128 mem is enough if you only send you routes to the ISP. I have routers connected to the Internet with 128 meg of mem but I am sending my routes to my ISP's only and then using internal routing to handle any outboud traffic to the net. This should work fine for you
If you single-homed i.e peering with a sigle ISP and receiving all the internet routes then 128MB should be enough. But if you are multi-homed i.e connecting to multiple ISP's and receiving all the internet routes then the TAC recommends you to use atleast 256MB of memory. Hope this helps.
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