Step 1: Find Your Replacement RAM
Your two main options here are:
A) Purchase some probably overpriced Cisco RAM.
B) Find a really old computer than still uses the 72-pin SIMMs and rip a (non-EDO) stick of RAM out of it.
I chose the latter as I still have several computers old enough to be using this RAM strewn about and settled on this lovely 16MB stick of RAM. The thing to note here is that it is:
- 16MB or less
- Has 72 pins (split equally into halves)
- Is not EDO. I don't know how to tell this from looking at it, I just already knew it wasn't ;P
Step 2: Remove The Screws
If you have the rack mount brackets, you need only remove the top screw(s), you can leave the bottom ones on.
Then, look at the bottom of the router near the back (side with the ports) and find the lone screw and remove it.