I have a cisco 3745 router that has 64 meg flash and 128 meg DRAM. I have "c3745-adventerprisek9-mz.123-14.T5.bin" flash image on. When I add a network module NM-HD-2V to the router I get scrolling "low on memory" errors and the router will not function. It will let me login between the errors but it won't respond on the network. I've tried a new NM-HD-2V module with the same results. I can't really get to show the config as the errors are preventing that. Is there a way to check the DRAM? or any other ideas.
the router is automatically adjusting it to 14%. I tried 20% and it gave me an warning saying it might be too much so I left it alone. I noticed the auto allocating didn't change from 14% when I put in the module although it saw it in its table. Shouldn't it have gone up?
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