I have a GB AIM CUE card that I have installed into my 2621XM. The router is running IOS 12.3(17a) with 128 MB RAM and 48 MB flash. During POST, the service engine AIM is recognized during the memory checks (see capture)
Smart Init is enabled
smart init is sizing iomem
ID MEMORY_REQ TYPE
00036D 0X00103980 C2621XM Dual Fast Ethernet
00038E 0X0004FE00 Service Engine AIM
0X00098670 public buffer pools
0X00211000 public particle pools
but after complete boot, the service engien does not appear in a sh version, sh diag, or sh run.
I pulled the AIM CUE card out of my 2621 and installed it into my 3725. Router booted and I saw and was able to configure the service engine - so the problem is not the card.
I tried a different 2621 with the same results.
Full POST, sh version, sh diag, and sh run are attached
Michael - Thanks for your response. I checked that same compatibility matrix last night before I posted to confirm that the 2621 supported the AIM CUE and for the IOS version. Im running 121.3(17a) which is a newer release than the required 12.3T. So - unless there is something special about the "T" (which there may be), I think that my IOS is ok
The "T" is certainly special. Hardware support introduced in a T train only rolls up into the next major release. So for example, after being introduced in 12.3(7)T, a feature will not be in any 12.3 mainline release, but will be in subsequent T releases and then rolled into the 12.4 mainline release.
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