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CFG file size

CFG file size

CFG file size

(OP)
I believe the largest cfg file size for a SO is 192k, is it same for 403/6/12. And any one got sites close to the max what happens when you get close or exceed the limit?

Soopa Doopa Intergalactic IP Office installation mechanic and configuration corruptor from way back.

RE: CFG file size

I do not have a real world cfg anywhere near max, but our alchemy unit we use as a router for remote access is creaking at the seams (only 64k avail & we are about 61K)

What usualy happens is we randomly loose parts of the CFG, Usualy IP routes), however sometimes if the CFG size increadse is large it corrupst the unit firmware & needs a DTE port recovery.

RE: CFG file size

In the latest Toolkit there is a calculator fot your memory.

IP Office Configuration Size Calculator
This spreadsheet tools allows you to gauge the likely size of a configuration file and with which IP Office systems it could be used. Note that the sizes are approximate only.

   Control Unit  Total Memory (KB)  Free Memory (KB)  
 IP401    64K
 IP403    192K
 IP406    192K
 IP412    1024K
 Small Office  192K

Greets Peter
            
  

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