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2620xm

HI

IOS 12.4 Advanced Enterprise Services willWorking on the 2620xm;if so how much the flash & Dram should be?

regards

ali

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Re: 2620xm

ali

The size of the image is the same no matter whether it is in a lab or in production so the requirements for flash should be the same.

You probably do not need quite as much memory to run in a lab as to run in production. But I do not think that it changes the requirement for memory very much.

If your router has less flash or less memory than the requirements stated you could always try to load the image and see what happens. But if it were me I would be reluctant to try to load and run an image on a router that had less than the required resources.

HTH

Rick

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Re: 2620xm

ali

According to the Software Advisor on CCO 12.4 Advanced Enterprise Services should have 128 of memory and 32 of flash.

HTH

Rick

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Re: 2620xm

HI RICK!

We need this routers/ios 12.4 for lab not for production;now waht is ur opinion rick

10xs

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: 2620xm

ali

The size of the image is the same no matter whether it is in a lab or in production so the requirements for flash should be the same.

You probably do not need quite as much memory to run in a lab as to run in production. But I do not think that it changes the requirement for memory very much.

If your router has less flash or less memory than the requirements stated you could always try to load the image and see what happens. But if it were me I would be reluctant to try to load and run an image on a router that had less than the required resources.

HTH

Rick

New Member

Re: 2620xm

Hi Rick!

Thanks a lot for ur valuable info

10xs

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