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how to know the memeory of the router ?

hi , if i type the command sh ver :

917504K/65536K bytes of memory.

wts the meaning of the output ???

why it is as number/number ??

wt does that  mean & how to calculate the memory value of the router ??

should i sum the two number and divide by 1000 and the result will be memroy in mega ??

regards

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Re: how to know the memeory of the router ?

Hi Ahmed,

yes you have to sum both values and get the total. DRAM is divided logically, combining the two numbers determines total DRAM.

Cisco <platform-processor-type> processor (revision <processor-revision-id>) with 
<free-DRAM-memory>K/<packet-memory>K bytes of memory.

this link could help you (scroll down to see examples):

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/fundamentals/command/reference/cf_s4.html#wp1499591

Hope it Helps,

Soroush.

Hope it Helps!

Soroush.
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how to know the memeory of the router ?

Hi Ahmed,

The first number is how much memory there is available for software, and the second number is how much memory there is available for I/O.  To get the megabyte, you add both numbers together and than divided by 1024.

917504K+65536K/1024=960.

So, you have approximately a gig of memory

HTH

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Re: how to know the memeory of the router ?

Hi Ahmed,

yes you have to sum both values and get the total. DRAM is divided logically, combining the two numbers determines total DRAM.

Cisco <platform-processor-type> processor (revision <processor-revision-id>) with 
<free-DRAM-memory>K/<packet-memory>K bytes of memory.

this link could help you (scroll down to see examples):

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/fundamentals/command/reference/cf_s4.html#wp1499591

Hope it Helps,

Soroush.

Hope it Helps!

Soroush.
Community Member

Re: how to know the memeory of the router ?

hi ,

thanks for the document,

i summed the two vlaues but the result is

983

so  wts my real memory value ??

960 or 1024 ???

regards

VIP Super Bronze

how to know the memeory of the router ?

Hi Ahmed,

The first number is how much memory there is available for software, and the second number is how much memory there is available for I/O.  To get the megabyte, you add both numbers together and than divided by 1024.

917504K+65536K/1024=960.

So, you have approximately a gig of memory

HTH

Community Member

how to know the memeory of the router ?

thanks reza , i was dividing on 1000 not 1024

regards

Community Member

how to know the memeory of the router ?

hi mr reza

im facing unlogical problem in my router im using 7206

as u said that the memory above is 960

but i read from cisco navigator tool that my   ios need at least l024

does this issue may cause a conflict ? or i can ssume that my memroy is 1024  and forgte any problems from the ios ??

here is the ios requirements  form cisco

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

Image Name   c7200p-adventerprisek9-mz.124-24.T4.bin DRAM / Min Flash   1024 / 256 Enterprise Product Number   S72PAESK9-12424T

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

as u see it needs 1024 , but my config ram is 960

does this affect on the system?

regards

Super Bronze

how to know the memeory of the router ?

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From your stats, believe you have 1GB RAM, so you should be okay.

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