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    Routing Engine Types and Characteristics

    This section lists the Routing Engine characteristics that are supported in each routing platform. It also shows the Routing Engine component supported in each routing platform. This section covers the following routing platforms:

    Table 1 lists the Routing Engine type characteristics for each routing platform.

    Table 1: Routing Engine Characteristics Per Routing Platform

    Routing Engine

    CLI Name

    Processor

    Memory

    Hard Drive

    Routing Platforms

    RE-M40 (RE-200)

    RE1

    Intel Pentium 200 MHz

    256 MB

    6.4 GB

    M40

    RE-333 – 768

    RE2

    Intel Pentium2 333 MHz

    768 MB

    256 MB (M5, M10)

    10 – 20 GB

    M5, M10, M20, M40 (requires new housing)

    RE-600 – 2048

    RE3

    Intel Pentium3 600 HHz

    2048 MB

    30 GB

    M5, M10, M20, M40, M40e, M160, T320, T640, T1600, TX Matrix

    RE-1600 – 2048

    RE4

    Intel Pentium4 1.6 GHz

    2048 MB

    30 GB

    M320, T320, T640, T1600, TX Matrix

    RE-400 – 256 + 512 Upgrade

    RE5

    Intel Celeron 400 MHz

    768 MB

    20 GB

    M7i, M10i

    RE-850 – 1536

    RE-850

    Intel Pentium3 850 MHz

    1536 MB

    40 GB

    M7i, M10i

    RE-A – 1000 – 2048

    RE-A-1000

    Intel Celeron 1.0 GHz

    2048 MB

    40 GB

    M40e, M160

    RE-A – 2000 – 4096

    RE-A-2000

    Intel Celeron 2.0 GHz

    4096 MB

    40 GB

    M120, M320, T320, T640, T1600, TX Matrix

    RE-DUO-C1800-8G (required to connect to a Routing Matrix)

    RE-C1800

    1.8-GHz

    8 GB

    SSD

    T640, T1600, TX Matrix Plus

    RE-DUO-C2600-16G

    RE-C2600

    2.6 GHz

    16 GB

    DRAM

    TX Matrix Plus

    M7i and M10i Router Routing Engine

    Figure 1 shows the Routing Engine that is supported in the M7i and M10i routing platforms. For the current Routing Engines supported on these routing platforms, see Table 1.

    Figure 1: M7i and M10i Router Routing Engine

    M7i and M10i Router Routing
Engine

    M5, M10, M20, M40, M40e, M120, and M160 Router Routing Engines

    Figure 2 shows the Routing Engines that are supported in the M5, M10, M20, M40, M40e, M120, and M160 routing platforms. For the current Routing Engines supported on these routing platforms, see Table 1.

    Figure 2: M5, M10, M20, M40, M40e, M120 and M160 Router Routing Engines

    M5, M10, M20, M40, M40e,
M120 and M160 Router Routing Engines

    M320 Router Routing Engine

    Figure 3 shows the Routing Engine that is supported in the M320 routing platform. For the current Routing Engines supported on these routing platforms, see Table 1.

    Figure 3: M320 Router Routing Engine

    M320 Router Routing Engine

    T320, T640, T1600, and TX Matrix Router Routing Engine

    Figure 4 shows the Routing Engine that is supported in the T Series routing platform. For the current Routing Engines supported on these routing platforms, see Table 1.

    Figure 4: T320, T640, T1600, and TX Matrix Router Routing Engine

    T320, T640, T1600, and
TX Matrix Router Routing Engine

    TX Matrix Plus Router Routing Engine

    Figure 5 shows the Routing Engine that is supported in the TX Matrix Plus routing platform. For the current Routing Engines supported on these routing platforms, see Table 1.

    Figure 5: TX Matrix Plus Router Routing Engine

    TX Matrix Plus Router Routing
Engine
     

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    Published: 2012-08-20