Both the 'sh version' command and the RME 3.4 displays the correct information of the memory. The architecture of the router 1600 series is such that, phyisically, DRAM is a combination of 2 MB on-board non-parity chips, and one Single In-line Memory Module - SIMM (72-pin, 60 ns, with or without parity). Hence, If SIMM is non-parity, total DRAM is 8 MB (2+6) in your case, it can be upto 18MB. If SIMM is with parity, total DRAM is 6 MB (on-board 2 MB will be disabled) in your case, whereas it can be upto 16MB in other cases.
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