Which EtherSwitch modules will be supported, and which don't have enough RAM?
I'm concerned that some of the EtherSwitch modules I have (and others that I plan to get) are NOT going to be supported soon.
I'm using these as "poor man's L3 switches" for use in a CCNP-lab at home.
Q1: How much RAM do the EtherSwitch modules have? I've not been able to determine definitively if these switches are supported beyond 12.2(25) SEA / SEB. I *have* seen them listed in various documents referencing IOS 15.x, but never expliciting saying that IP Services and/or IOS 15.x is supported. It's quite a challenge to investigate this.
For example, this Table 4 excerpt implies that any EtherSwitch module works with this Release of IP Services:
Catalyst 3750 IP services cryptographic image and device manager files. This image has the Kerberos, SSH, Layer 2+, and full Layer 3 features. This image also runs on the Cisco EtherSwitch service modules.
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