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Memory upgrade

I want to upgrade my router's flash and RAM. I have several 2511s,2514s,2611s.

1)

Is MEM2600-8U16FS (16MB), as listed in the guide, a replacement for 8MB of existing Flash? Meaning, is it a replacement, or additional to the existing chip?

2)

Can I use the exising 8MB Flash card from 2611 in my 2500 series routers?

3)

To upgrade the RAM, do I use MEM2600-32U64D (upgrade chip) or MEM2600-32D spare chip? What is the difference?

4)

When the manual says MEM-1X16D as 16MB DRAM Upgrade, is this an individual chip, or the total amount of RAM after the upgrade?

Thanks in advance,

sp

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Bronze

Re: Memory upgrade

Hi

1. Yes, it replaces the 8Mb flash. You will need to tftpdnld a new image from rommon.

2. No

3. If you have 32Mb already, either. 2 slots for Dram in 2600. Difference is "=" in part code.

4. Haven't played with 2500 in a while. Remember either 4 or 8Mb Dram on board so whatever goes into expansion slot should be in addition to that.

HTH

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Re: Memory upgrade

try this link

http://simondirect.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=7_21

16MB FLASH SIMM Cisco Approved Memory For Cisco Router 2650 ONLY

MAIN CISCO DRAM MEMORY
Maximum Memory: 128mb
Base Memory: 32mb (Removable)
Upgrade Sockets: 2 (2 banks of 1)

CISCO FLASH MEMORY
Maximum Memory: 32mb
Base Memory: 8mb (Removable)
Upgrade Sockets: 1 (1 bank of 1)

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