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Re: Alternative sources for Cisco memory?
- From: Nathan Stratton
- Date: Thu Sep 24 12:58:47 1998
On Thu, 24 Sep 1998, Joseph Thomas wrote:
> I received prices for upgrading RAM memory in both a Cisco 7000
> and Cisco 7500. Ouch!
> My question is: the 7000 appears to accept standard 30pin SIMMs
> while the 7500 accepts 72pin SIMMs. Since I can purchase lifetime memory
> (60ns, true parity) for orders of magnatiude less, why shouldn't I? Has
> anyone really tried this? Other than Cisco claiming that future problems
> are related to the non-Cisco memory I installed, what problems might I
> encounter? Are there less-expensive "Cisco certified" memory dealers?
You sure can, most providers upgrade the memory on their ciscos with 3rd
party RAM, the cisco stuff just cost to much. I dont know of "Cisco
certified" memory dealers, but just buying decent RAM from any good vender
should be fine.
Nathan Stratton Telecom & ISP Consulting
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