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Wanna upgrade to that new IOS version to actually make your 2500 series Cisco router useful for something again but can't because you don't have enough RAM? I'll ...
First off, you're going to need to find the RAM you'll be upgrading TO, keeping in mind that the Cisco 2500 Series has only one slot for RAM ...
You're going to need to start by removing the screws. There should only be one, or 3 if you have the rack mount brackets on it. If you ...
Getting the case off is probably the trickiest part of this whole thing. What you need to do here is get a pretty big flat blade screwdriver and ...
Once you get the case pried loose so that it's pulled clear of the other half, it's simply a matter of lifting it off.
The inside of the router. Sure doesn't look very complicated for what these things would cost new :) You'll notice in the pictures the slots on the left ...
What you need to do here is: - Place your index fingers on the back of the stick of RAM. - Place your thumbs on the little silver ...
Take your new stick of RAM you're upgrading to, and find the notched out side (it's pretty obvious, especially with the pictures). You're going to install it with ...
At this point you've really got two options: - If you're sure that the RAM will work, then continue on with this step and reassemble the router. - ...
Grab your console cable, hook up the router and see how much RAM you have! If it says something ridiculously low like 1MB or 2MB, then it probably ...
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