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Cisco 5500 Series 1-GB Memory Module for ASA 5510 Security Appliance

Cisco 5500 Series 1-GB Memory Module for ASA 5510 Security Appliance
  • Donor or Provider: Cisco
  • Platform: Multiple Platforms
  • Format: Hardware
  • Product ID: G-45384
  • Availability: Available

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Description

The ASA5510-MEM-1GB= is a memory upgrade module for the Cisco ASA 5510 Security Appliance. When installed, this dual in-line memory module (DIMM) upgrades the ASA 5510's memory to 1 GB.

The additional memory afforded by this upgrade is required to run Cisco ASA Software Version 8.3 or newer on the Cisco ASA 5510 Security Appliance configuration offered through TechSoup.

More information about this product is available on the Cisco website.

Support

Cisco will provide five years of hardware and software service and support ("SMARTnet") for this product.

Obtaining Your Product

TechSoup might request additional information to verify that your organization matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. When TechSoup approves your request, you will receive a confirmation email from TechSoup. Cisco will deliver your product within eight weeks. For details, see The Cisco Donation Program page.

System Requirements

  • Cisco ASA 5510 Security Appliance

Rules, Eligibility and Restrictions

  • Donated product will be distributed under this program to qualifying organizations only, not to individuals.
  • Eligible organizations may request one donation of Cisco products per fiscal year (July 1 to June 30) with administrative fees totaling up to $1,500.
  • This donation is available only to nonprofits with 501(c)(3) designation.
  • This donation is not available to organizations in U.S. territories.
  • Affiliates of a national organization (such as the YMCA and the American Red Cross) that has more than 20 locations (even if those affiliates are considered separate entities and are not funded by the national organization) are not eligible for Cisco donations.
  • After the TechSoup request process is complete, the TechSoup Cisco account management team might request additional information to verify that the organization matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. Cisco reserves the right to deny any donation request at any time. TechSoup will not process payments for denied requests and will return submitted checks to the requesting organization.
  • Cisco requests may not include non-Cisco item requests. Any non-Cisco items must be requested separately so they are not subject to the Cisco processing delay.
  • Eligibility:
    • To be eligible for a Cisco donation, an organization must have an annual budget of no more than $10 million (your organization's most recent total revenue as reported on your IRS 990 or other tax form), have a unique U.S. Employer Identification Number (EIN), and fall within one of the Cisco-approved nonprofit categories listed below.
    • Direct-service 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that primarily serve economically disadvantaged people are eligible to receive Cisco donations. Please make sure that your organization's primary mission and services correspond to one of the following organizational types:
      • Health services: hospital auxiliaries; health clinics; rural medical facilities; blood banks; aid to persons with disabilities; community health planning; mental health care facilities; patient and family support; hospices
      • Low-income housing services
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      • Faith-based organizations. However, organizations whose primary mission is nonreligous might be able to register with an organization type that is eligible for Cisco donations. See What TechSoup Offers Faith-Based Organizations for more information.
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      • Charities that offer Cisco Networking Academy training programs — even if they were previously accepted for Cisco grants — and those who instruct Networking Academy curriculum as a single or separate component of their overall mission or services
      • Referral services
      • Animal care services and facilities
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      • Day care centers
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      • Emergency or disaster aid funds
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      • Outpatient services
      • Any organization that advocates, supports, or practices discrimination based upon age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background
  • All Cisco products include five years of Cisco SMARTnet service and support on both hardware and software. Three weeks after your donation has arrived in its entirety, your SMARTnet contract number will be available on the Donation Request History page in your TechSoup account. After that coverage expires, donation recipients are strongly encouraged to renew their SMARTnet service and support agreement annually, for as long as they own the equipment or until that equipment is declared end of life (EOL) and no longer supported by Cisco.
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  • Requests may be partially fulfilled: Due to the nature of the network design, product availability, and fiscal year schedules, all product donations are subject to change or delay without notice. Cisco reserves the right to substitute functionally equivalent products for any request.
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