Bootrom and memory layout, Computer Networking

Memory

Memory Layout

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BOOTROM

This device stores the information of  the startup diagnostic  code in permanently. It performs diagnostics of  hardware  while bootup of the router,Power on Self Test, and  to load  IOS  from flash device  to the memory.

It can be replaced not to be erasable

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