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Cisco Router architecture

Overall architecture of Cisco 2600 router is given below

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The Following components of routers are

1.    WIC slots

2.    communications controller

3.    NM expansion slot

4.    AIM socket

5.    Host PCI bridge

6.    CPU bus

7.    PCI bus

8.    LAN 0/ LAN 1

9.    Power supply (PWR600-AC-RPS)

10. Memory

a.    Boot Sequence

b.    BootROM

c.    DRAM

d.    NVRAM

e.    Flash

For performing the basic operations of the router, CPU execute instructions which coded in the operating system. 2600 series uses the Motorola PowerQUICC MPC860.

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