ah...anyway..I've heard from one freak, that he successfully tryied 128MB ram in 4700M ..a pity.. have no details nor contact
anymore.. Is here anyone who made the same ?
If yes, which memory has been used?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gert Doering [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 12:38 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; 'Gert Doering'; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [nsp] 12.2T and 4500/4700?
> On Wed, Feb 27, 2002 at 08:42:00PM +0100, KF wrote:
> > as I can see they trying to rid-off them from release process..
> > have a lot others to support ... as 2500 etc... hmmm
> Maybe. While I can understand that, the thing that really
> annoys me is
> the combination of "no more support in 12.2T" and "IPv6 was
> promised for
> Releasing IPv6 then would have made our 4700 a perfectly valid router
> for IPv4/v6 low-bandwidth customer aggregation, what they are
> doing well.
> Releasing IPv6 in the same train as dropping support for
> certain hardware
> families means "throw out all those boxes". From a "we want
> to sell new
> boxes" point of view, this makes sense, but from a "customers
> are annoyed
> and go shopping elsewhere *already*" perspective it is a stupid move.
> > anyway... I want them... for good price... if they have FE
> I'd welcome
> > them in my personal lab..
> I'm not really free to sell them (would have to check for an
> official OK),
> this was more like trying to be sarcastic about cisco product policy.
> They do not have FE, btw, just NP-2E, NP-4T, NP-8B-S/T.
> > p.s. Your software account manager SUXX........
> > perhaps you wanted it for free... and they don't like
> that... somehow
> > they are working at marketing place...
> We didn't even reach the "how much does it cost" part. He
> wrote "it's not
> supported, period, go away, I'm not even going to ask anyone
> whether we
> can change that".
> USENET is *not* the non-clickable part of WWW!
> Gert Doering - Munich, Germany
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