Does anyone know if you can use standard PC DIMMs in a 3640 router? I'm sure it's not supported by Cisco, but has anyone ever done it? The router recognizes the new memory, I just dont know if there would be any long-term issues?
One thing I would like to add here. You can buy memory for the routers from 3rd party vendors. Cisco will only support that configuration if you are using Cisco approved memory.
If you do otherwise, it is true the router may work properly but keep in mind that if any problems are occuring with the hardware or strange behaviors are observed, our answer will be: not supported, put approved memory
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