Default Memory Increase on Cisco Integrated Services Routers
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Updated:July 1, 2010
The Cisco® Integrated Services Routers (ISRs) are now shipping with increased default memory. Cisco's flagship access routers, Cisco Integrated Services Routers offer integration of multiple services in a single platform. The default memory for Cisco ISRs (Cisco 1841 and Cisco 2800 and 3800 Series Integrated Services Routers) has been increased to enable deployment of multiple Cisco IOS® Software-based services and help ensure that the routers will be compatible with future IOS Software Releases.
Table 1 lists the new default DRAM and Compact Flash across the Cisco Integrated Services Router product family.
Table 1. Cisco Integrated Services Routers: New DRAM and Compact Flash Defaults
New DRAM Default (MB)
New ISR Default DRAM (memory included by default)
New Compact Flash Default (MB)
New ISR Default Flash (memory included by default)
All orders booked on November 18, 2009, or later are shipping with the higher memory defaults shown in Table 1.
Existing customers with lower router memory can upgrade their routers to the current memory defaults using the equivalent memory products shown in Table 2.