We currently have a Cisco 1841 router with version 12.4(1c) of IOS using image c1841-ipbase-mz.124-1c.bin. Our goal is to make it so our router can fully support IPv6. The current IOS version cannot. I've seen a site that seems to indicate 12.4T does support with IP Base image but recently had Cisco tell me with the latest IOS release 15.1.4.M4 that I have to use either the "Advanced Enterprise Services" or "Advanced IP Services" image. Did Cisco just remove IPv6 from IPBase in later IOS releases?
Also I've seen conflicting specs on the max amount of Flash and DRAM the router can support. The following link shows that 384MB is the max for DRAM and 128MB max for flash. We're looking to upgrade ours from 128MB and 32MB respectively but as mentioned I've seen it where higher amounts are supported. In fact we bought a backup 1841 to have and it has a 256MB Flash card in it.
According to the link, table-5 you provided, the maximum DRAM is 384 and max flash is 128. Usually for IOS 15, you need a minimum of 256 DRAM and 128 flash. So if you upgrade to the max, you should be good to go.
• Default: 256 MB
• Maximum: 384 MB
External compact Flash
Flash Memory Capacity
• Default: 64 MB
• Maximum: 128 MB
Also, have a look at table-2 in this link for the recommended amount of flash and memory for IOS 15.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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