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    Default Cisco 1760 Max Flash

    Whats the largest flash you can fit into a 1760 Router. Im finding the 32mb being to small for a good IOS and CME file set.
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    64Mb is the max flash for a 1760. I've done it in 48Mb, but could probably squeeze it down to 32Mb if really pressed. After the IOS, the biggest hogs are the more modern IP phones. Dropping 797x, 794[125] and 796[125] makes the big difference.
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    Did you start with the cme-basic file and just build up from there?
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    Start with cme-basic, cme-gui, moh.au and a limited selection of ring tones (you'll also need to edit the ringlist.xml and distinctive-ringlist.xml or you'll get an error when they load, learnt from experience there...oops) then only add the ip phone packages required.

    I usually package it all in a new tar file and call it cme-lite for later re-use.
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