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Memory for the AS5350

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Feb 13th, 2006
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Hi.

I am planning in using an AS5350 for VoIP. My question is:

Is there any Table that shows the ammount of memory I have to use for 4 or 8 T1s? If not what is the amount recommended for this cases as SDRAM, and system flash?

Thanks in advance

Juan


Correct Answer by a-vazquez about 11 years 6 months ago

Two sockets hold main memory SDRAM DIMMs. Main memory is used by the CPU to store the operating configuration, routing tables, and queues. The DIMMs can be 128 or 256 MB, and the capacity of the DIMMs in both sockets must match.

For main memory, the total capacity is 512 MB (two, 256 MB DIMMs). One socket holds a shared memory SDRAM DIMM. Shared memory is used to store incoming and outgoing packets. This DIMM can be 64 or 128 MB. For shared memory, the total capacity is 128 MB (one, 128 MB DIMM). This URL should help you:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/univgate/ps505/prod_technical_reference09186a00800a8555.html

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a-vazquez Fri, 02/17/2006 - 07:36
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Two sockets hold main memory SDRAM DIMMs. Main memory is used by the CPU to store the operating configuration, routing tables, and queues. The DIMMs can be 128 or 256 MB, and the capacity of the DIMMs in both sockets must match.

For main memory, the total capacity is 512 MB (two, 256 MB DIMMs). One socket holds a shared memory SDRAM DIMM. Shared memory is used to store incoming and outgoing packets. This DIMM can be 64 or 128 MB. For shared memory, the total capacity is 128 MB (one, 128 MB DIMM). This URL should help you:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/univgate/ps505/prod_technical_reference09186a00800a8555.html

MAIN CISCO DRAM MEMORY
Maximum Memory: 128mb
Base Memory: 0mb (Non removable)
Upgrade Sockets: 2 (1 bank of 1)
If upgrading to 128 MB (MEM-128M-AS53=), move jumper J3  from position 2-3 to position 1-2, If two flash modules are installed, they must  be of equal size.

CISCO Rx BOOT FLASH MEMORY
Maximum Memory: 16mb
Base Memory: 0mb (Non removable)
Upgrade Sockets: 1

CISCO  FLASH MEMORY
Maximum Memory: 32mb
Base Memory: 0mb (Non removable)
Upgrade Sockets: 2 Install Individually

CISCO PACKET MEMORY
Maximum Memory: 16mb
Base Memory: 0mb (Non removable)
Upgrade Sockets: 1
 

http://simondirect.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=7_98

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