[j-nsp] M40e route engines
Richard A Steenbergen
ras at e-gerbil.net
Fri Jan 28 14:35:08 EST 2005
On Fri, Jan 28, 2005 at 11:44:36AM -0700, Clinton Work wrote:
> A "show chassis routing-engine" reports model as RE-3.0. I assume that
> the old name is Routing Engine 1600?
> Is the best practice to remove the 128MB installation flash once a
> router goes into production? Leaving the 128MB flash in the RE0 PCMCIA
> slot gave me some problems during a JunOS upgrade last night.
No, the RE-3.0 is the RE-600, Pentium III 600MHz model, with either 512MB
or 2048MB of DRAM.
The RE table goes something like this:
Model Processor Max RAM Original Platform Upgrade Available
----- --------- ------- ----------------- -----------------
RE-1.0 Pentium 233mhz 256MB M40 classic -
RE-2.0 Pentium 2 333MHz 768MB M5/10/20/40e/160 M40
RE-3.0 Pentium 3 600MHz 2048MB T series M5/10/20/40(e)/160
RE-4.0 Pentium 4 1600MHz 2048MB M320 T series
RE-5.0 Celeron 400MHz 768MB M7i/M10i only -
Technically RE-1.0 and RE-2.0 have been EOL'd, though RE-2.0 is still
probably the most common RE you will find in production. RE-1.0 is too
crappy to actually run, but RE-2.0 still gets the job done and runs across
all platforms that take the teknor/kontron based cared (i.e. not M#i's).
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