Experience with Third-Party memory (Cisco)?

Warren Bailey wbailey at satelliteintelligencegroup.com
Fri May 9 05:16:27 UTC 2014


I used some old laptop simms from ebay in my 2801.. Worked like a charm :)

On 5/8/14, 10:08 PM, "Geraint Jones" <geraint at koding.com> wrote:

>This is what your looking for :
>
>http://www.ebay.com/itm/IBM-PC2700U-512MB-DDR-CL2-5-333Mhz-ECC-Memory-38L5
>2
>31-/331191705115?pt=US_Memory_RAM_&hash=item4d1c905e1b
>
>
>512MB DDR CL2.5 Unbuffered/Unregistered CL2.5 - buy 10 and have a huge
>stack of spares :)
>
>
>-- 
>Geraint Jones
>
>Director of Systems & Infrastructure
>Koding (AS62805)
>https://koding.com
>geraint at koding.com
>Phone (415) 653-0083
>
>
>
>
>
>On 9/05/14 4:46 am, "Shawn L" <shawnl at up.net> wrote:
>
>>With all the talk lately about the growth in routes, I got to thinking
>>about upgrading the memory in a couple of my routers.
>>
>>Does anyone have experience using third-party "guaranteed compatible"
>>memory.
>>
>>With Cisco's discount it looks like I can upgrade for $5k vs $700 with
>>third party memory. I'm just wondering if others have used it, and how
>>it's
>>performed, or if it isn't worth the risk.
>>
>>thanks
>
>



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