On Cisco 2600, 3600, and 3700 series routers, the size of I/O memory is by default dynamically allocated during the boot, based on the size of the Cisco IOS Software image after decompression. The size of I/O memory is then checked against memory requirements for installed network modules. If the amount of I/O memory is insufficient for operation of installed network modules, the router will report a sequence of messages similar to this:
Not enough memory in the system for IO memory
IO memory available 4110105 required 5242880 _> 2600
SYSTEM INIT: INSUFFICIENT MEMORY TO BOOT THE IMAGE!
I'm trying to get a 2960g IOS 15.0 to bring up its management vlan without an interface specifically assigned to it. The uplink trunk has the vlan listed as allowed but the vlan interface itself won't come up.All the physical ports are assigned to differe...
Hi everyone. I have a BGP query that I've inherited which I hope someone can help me with. My company has a WAN MPLS circuit across Europe (provided by Verizon). There are 6 remote offices with the UK Data Centre in Hampshire, UK. We want to reg...
Below is my requirement.Scenario:I have DC & the Branch location#1 connected via SD-WANDC & Location #1 has Internet link & MPLSDC advertises network 10.10.100.0/24 to location#1. Location#1 learns the network via OMPI have attached the diagra...
Need your guidance.Which Stack cable can be used for cisco switch stacking of C9200L-C9200L and C9500L-C9500L.Kindly share the difference, if possible also share the image of cables with name so that i can understand it well. Thanks