Data Sheet
Cisco 3800 Series Integrated Services Routers
Cisco 3825 and Cisco 3845
Cisco redefines branch-office routing with a portfolio of integrated services routers optimized for secure, wire-speed
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delivery of concurrent data, voice, video, and wireless services. Founded on 20 years of innovation, the Cisco 3800
Series Integrated Services Routers offer exceptional network agility, performance, and intelligence. These routers
transparently integrate advanced technologies, adaptive services, and secure enterprise communications into a
single, resilient system. They ease deployment and management, lower network cost and complexity, and provide
excellent investment protection (Figure 1).
The Cisco 3800 Series Routers feature embedded security processing, generous performance, high memory
capacity, and high-density interfaces that deliver the performance, availability, and reliability required for scaling
mission-critical security, IP telephony, business video, network analysis, and web applications in the most
demanding enterprise environments. Built for performance, these routers deliver multiple concurrent services up to
wire-speed T3/E3 rates.
Figure 1.
Cisco 3825 and 3845 Integrated Services Routers
Product Overview
The integrated services routing architecture of the Cisco 3800 Series is designed to embed and integrate security
and voice processing with advanced wired and wireless services for rapid deployment of new applications, including
application layer functions, intelligent network services, and converged communications. These routers support the
bandwidth requirements for multiple Fast Ethernet interfaces per slot, time-division multiplexing (TDM)
interconnections, and fully integrated power distribution to modules supporting 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE).
And at the same time they still support the existing portfolio of modular interfaces, thereby ensuring continued
investment protection to accommodate network expansion or changes in technology as new services and
applications are deployed. Uninterrupted business operations and business continuity is supported with WAN link
redundancy, On-line Insertion and Removal (OIR) and redundant power supply configurations. By integrating the
functions of multiple separate devices into a single compact unit, the Cisco 3800 Series Routers dramatically reduce
the cost and complexity of managing remote networks.
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The Cisco 3800 Series includes the Cisco 3825 and Cisco 3845 Series Routers. These routers integrate a
comprehensive set of security features such as firewall, IPSec and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) VPN, intrusion
prevention system (IPS), and voice call processing with advanced wired and wireless services for rapid deployment
of new applications that include application layer functions, intelligent network services, and converged
communications. The Cisco 3800 Series is available in three optional configurations:
●
AC power
●
AC power with integrated inline power support
●
DC power
In addition, two new models, C3825-NOVPN and C3845-NOVPN, offer all the features supported by the Cisco 3825
and Cisco 3845 Series, with the exception of VPN payload encryption and secure voice features. These two new
models provide a limited set of security features, such as firewall, and IPS, compared to the Cisco 3825 and Cisco
3845 Series Routers.
Secure Network Connectivity for Data, Voice, and Video
An important component of the Cisco Self-Defending Network, the Cisco 3800 Series Routers feature the industry's
most comprehensive security services embedded and integrated within the router, offering you a single, resilient
platform to rapidly deploy secure networks and applications.
Cisco integrated services routers provide advanced security services and management capabilities such as built-in
hardware encryption acceleration, IP Security (IPSec), VPN (Advanced Encryption Standard [AES], Triple Digital
Encryption Standard [3DES], DES, and Multiprotocol Label Switching [MPLS]), stateful firewall protection, dynamic
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intrusion prevention (IPS), and URL filtering support. Cisco IOS Software security feature sets enable all of these
rich security features, as well as applications such as Cisco Network Admission Control (NAC), Dynamic Multipoint
VPN (DMVPN), and Voice and Video Enabled VPN (H-VSEC).
For ease of management and configuration, the Cisco 3800 Series also features the intuitive, web-based Cisco
Router and Security Device Manager (SDM) and Cisco Configuration Professional For secure services management,
every Cisco integrated services router supports Secure Shell Protocol Version 2 (SSHv2) and Simple Network
Management Protocol Version 3 (SNMPv3) to encrypt the management session.
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Figure 2.
Secure Network Connectivity with Converged IP Communications
Unified Communications
Cisco integrated services routers provide a unique platform for media-rich collaboration experience, including voice,
video, and data across business, government agency, and institutional workspaces. The security, resilience, and
scalability of the network enables users in any workspace to connect everywhere, every time, and everyone. As
shown in Figure 2, the Cisco 3800 Series meets the Unified Communications needs of midsize to large enterprise
branch offices, while delivering industry-leading security within a single routing platform. With embedded voice
services inside the router, you have maximum deployment flexibility, plus higher densities for stations, trunks, and
conferencing.
Unified Communications (UC) is enabled via a rich signaling and media processing infrastructure, including a variety
of protocols, media interworking, signal and media security, transcoding, conferencing, and quality of service. Cisco
integrated services routers feature the widest range of voice-gateway interfaces, supporting a broad array of
signaling and physical network interfaces. In addition, the Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE) enables IP trunking
capability. CUBE functions provide a network-to-network demarcation and interface point for billing, security, call
admission control (CAC), quality of service (QoS), and signal interworking.
Cisco integrated services routers offer the award-winning Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
(CUCME) IP telephony solution for wired and cordless wireless LAN (WLAN) phones. For larger, centralized Unified
Communications deployments employing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, one can deploy Cisco Unified
Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST) with the Cisco 3800 Series Routers. SRST provides high availability with
feature-rich call-processing redundancy in the event connection to the centralized Cisco Unified Communications
Manager is lost. Cisco Unity Express provides integrated branch office messaging capability. Cisco Unified Border
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Element (CUBE) can be deployed for connecting to service provider Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunk solutions
or across various unified communications solutions. Small offices and branch offices can take advantage of a
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complete, all-in-one data, voice-processing, voicemail, and Automated-Attendant system by adding a Cisco Unity
Express advanced integration module (AIM) or network module to this solution.
Cisco 3800 Series Routers also feature the widest range of voice-gateway interfaces, scaling to meet the
requirements of all sizes of branch offices for voice termination densities using a combination of SIP trunk software,
network modules, extension voice modules (EVMs), voice interface cards (VICs), voice/WAN interface cards
(VWICs), and onboard packet voice DSP modules (PVDMs). These routers offer scalability to support up to 24
T1/E1 trunks and 88 foreign-exchange-station (FXS) ports for analog phones, fax machines, key systems, and
conference stations.
VoiceXML Solution Infrastructure
The Cisco 3800 Series Routers can interpret VoiceXML documents. VoiceXML is an open-standard markup
language used to create voice-enabled Web browsers and IVR applications. Just as HTML enables users to retrieve
data with a PC, VoiceXML enables subscribers to retrieve data using a telephone set. The accessibility of the
telephone and its ease of use make VoiceXML applications a powerful alternative to HTML for accessing the
information and services that the Internet provides. The Cisco VoiceXML Solution Infrastructure takes advantage of
Cisco 3800 Series DSP resources, signaling, and media-conversion capabilities to execute VoiceXML application
logic at the edge of the network, offloading servers and the network to support unified communications services.
The Cisco 3800 Series running a VoiceXML or TCL application can use Media Resource Control Protocol (MRCP)
to control media resources on external media servers, such as speech synthesizers for text-to-speech (TTS) and
speech recognizers for automatic speech recognition (ASR). The ability of this gateway to interact with ASR and TTS
servers provides the capabilities required to satisfy the most demanding and advanced IVR solutions.
Wireless LAN and WAN Services
The Cisco 3800 Series can provide a complete wireless solution for branch offices, companies of all sizes, and Wi-Fi
hotspots. Wireless services enable greater mobility for employees, partners, and customers, resulting in increased
productivity. The Cisco 3800 Series supports an integrated access point for WLAN connectivity, Wi-Fi hotspot
services for public access, wireless infrastructure services for cordless WLAN telephony and for larger sites, and
land mobile radio over IP (LMRoIP) for radio users.
The Cisco 3G WWAN High-Speed WAN Interface Cards (HWICs) are tightly integrated with the services provided
on the award-winning Cisco 3800 Series Integrated Services Routers, which deliver secure data, voice, video, and
mobility services. When coupled with a service provider wireless data plan, the Cisco 3G WWAN HWICs provide a
cost-effective, rapidly deployable, reliable, and secure backup solution for remote sites and branch offices. With data
rates exceeding T1 speeds, third-generation (3G) networks provide an alternative to wireline backup solutions such
as ISDN, cable, and DSL. If a network failure occurs, the Cisco integrated services router routes mission-critical data
to the Cisco 3G WWAN HWIC for transmission across the wireless infrastructure. In addition, the router can
distinguish different types of traffic and allow only mission-critical traffic to flow over the backup interface.
Video Surveillance
The Cisco Integrated Video Surveillance solution enables you to rapidly deploy highly distributed IP-enabled video
surveillance at your offices while migrating traditional analog surveillance equipment to IP. Based on Cisco 2800 and
3800 Series Routers, the solution offers the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) for the branch office, ease of
integration through network transparency, reliable data interoperability, and maximized overall security. It allows you
to consolidate costly branch-office servers and deploy new applications centrally while still offering real-time access
to physical security video and data.
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Integrated Services
Figure 2 also highlights the fact that with the unique integrated services architecture of the Cisco 3800 Series, you
can securely deploy IP communications with traditional IP routing and still leave the network-module slots available
for additional advanced services. With the optional integration of a wide array of services modules, the Cisco 3800
offers the ability to easily integrate the functions of standalone network appliances and components into the Cisco
3800 Series chassis itself. Many of these network modules, such as the Cisco Network Analysis Module (NAM), the
Cisco Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), and Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) Network Modules,
have embedded processors and hard drives that allow them to run largely independently of the router, while allowing
their management from a single management interface. This flexibility greatly expands the potential applications of
the Cisco 3800 Series beyond traditional routing while still maintaining the benefits of integration: ease of
management, lower solution costs, and increased speed of deployment.
Application Integration
The Cisco Application eXtension Platform (AXP) enhances the capabilities of the Cisco ISR 3800 by enabling a
tighter integration between the branch network, IT and application infrastructure. The Cisco AXP further lowers TCO
by providing an open Linux based platform to develop and host custom and third party applications directly on the
Cisco ISR. The Cisco AXP provides a standards-based Linux hosting environment within the integrated services
router, allowing third parties to integrate applications with the router. Tightly integrated, the AXP environment is
configured and managed through the router. Harnessing this integration, an AXP application can appear to the end
user as an extension of the router.
Primary Features and Benefits
The global economy is increasingly reliant on networked enterprise applications and the Internet as indispensable
tools for addressing urgent business challenges. Successful companies require secure, high-performance networks
that can quickly adapt to support volatile business conditions while helping boost competitive advantage and
increasing network efficiencies. They must invest in network infrastructure that uses essential technologies and
easily enables improved models of communication without disruption to core business functions. The Cisco 3800
Series can help your company operate securely in a networked economy and easily implement network services that
will improve your business without affecting existing operations or degrading network performance.
Table 1 gives the features and benefits of the Cisco 3800 Series.
Table 1.
Features and Benefits of Cisco 3800 Series
Feature
Architecture optimized
for services growth
Benefit
● This high-performance architecture is optimized for concurrent service deployment.
● This architecture offers increased default and maximum memory for future services growth.
● PVDM slots accommodate digital-signal-processor (DSP) modules for packet voice processing.
● Enhanced chassis interfaces help enable exceptional performance and service densities.
● Advanced service interfaces integrate applications directly into the router, without the need for separate appliances:
Embedded security
processing and
best-in-class security
feature support*
◦
NAM: Integrated traffic monitoring enables application-level visibility into network traffic for remote troubleshooting
and traffic analysis.
◦
Cisco IPS Module: The Cisco IPS Module provides the ability to inspect all traffic traversing router interfaces (both
inline and promiscuous mode); to identify unauthorized or malicious activity such as hacker attacks, worms, or
denial-of-service attacks; and to terminate illegitimate traffic to suppress or contain threats.
◦
The Cisco WAAS Network Module delivers an application acceleration and WAN optimization solution that
accelerates the performance of any TCP-based application delivered across a WAN.
● Integrated hardware for offload of encryption services processing supports IPSec, 3DES, and AES 128, AES 192,
and AES 256 encryption modes without the need for separate modules.
● Cisco IOS Software features offer support for identifying, preventing, and adapting to security threats and maintaining
a self-defending network. Features include Cisco IOS Firewall, Content Filtering, Flexible Packet Matching (FPM),
Dynamic Multipoint VPN, Group Encrypted Transport VPN, and SSL VPN.
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Ideal platform
for integrated
IP telephony
● Onboard DSPs: Integrated PVDMs support analog voice, digital voice, conferencing, transcoding, and Secure RealTime Transport Protocol (SRTP) media while enabling network-module or AIM slots for switching, concurrent
applications, content, and voicemail. The DSPs enable packet voice technologies, including voice-over-IP (VoIP)
protocols such as H.323, Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP), and SIP; voice over Frame Relay (VoFR); and
voice over ATM (VoATM, including ATM Adaption Layer 5 [AAL5] and AAL2 adaptation layers).
● The platform offers scalability for centralized and distributed call processing:
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SRST with centralized Cisco Unified Communications Manager: Up to 730 phones
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Cisco Unity Express [[cannot use this acronym for legal reasons]] voicemail: Up to 250 mail boxes
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Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express IP Phones: Up to 250 IP phones
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Small to large branch-office connectivity: Up to 24 T1/E1 trunks
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Analog phones, fax machines, key systems, and conference stations: Up to 88 FXS ports
◦
Local or long-distance calling with the EVM module: Up to 48 foreign-exchange-office (FXO) or 32 Basic Rate
Interface (BRI) ports
● Cisco IOS Software delivers customized features and applications, such as Tool Command Language (TCL) and
VoiceXML support.
● Secure calls are possible with Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco IP Phones using the Cisco 3800:
Integrated wireless
support
◦
Offers standards-based, secure media and signaling authentication and encryption from IP phone to IP phone, IP
phone to analog phone or public-switched-telephone-network (PSTN) gateway using IPsec, Transport Layer
Security (TLS), and SRTP
◦
Maintains channel capacity for medium- and high-complexity codecs
● WWAN connectivity:
◦
Cisco 3G Wireless WAN HWICs, when coupled with a service provider wireless data plan, provide a cost-effective,
rapidly deployable, reliable, and secure backup solution for remote sites and branch offices.
◦
Two types of Cisco 3G Wireless WAN HWICs are available: Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA; part number
HWIC-3G-CDMA-x [where x reflects the wireless carrier]) and Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM;
part number HWIC-3G-GSM).
● WLAN connectivity:
◦
You can use the 802.11b/g or 802.11a/b/g HWIC access-point interface card to provide integrated WLAN
connectivity to mobile clients at sites requiring a single access point, resulting in mobility and enhanced productivity
for your employees.
◦ Dual RP-TNC connectors enable diversity and allow for optimum coverage through the use of external antennas.
● Wireless infrastructure services:
◦
Telephony support for wired and WLAN IP phones is delivered by Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
(CME) or by Cisco Unified SRST with Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Cordless WLAN IP phones allow
you to be mobile and more productive.
◦
Integrated switch modules with PoE enable support for 802.3af-compliant devices such as wireless access points
and wired IP phones.
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Mobility for clients from WLAN to cellular networks is enabled by mobile IP home agent support.
◦
IEEE 802.1x local authentication using Lightweight Extensible Authentication Protocol (LEAP) provides enhanced
reliability through survivable authentication for WLAN clients during WAN failures.
◦
Customizable guest access is enabled with the service-selection-gateway features, along with the Cisco Subscriber
Edge Services Manager.
● LMRoIP:
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LMRoIP support allows radio users (for example, security personnel, maintenance personnel, police officers, etc.)
to communicate over IP with phone and PC users, delivering improved communications and productivity.
● Wi-Fi hotspot services:
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Application Integration
Investment protection
You can use the access-zone router and service-selection-gateway services features to deploy secure public
WLAN access services with an integrated HWIC access point for small sites or with Cisco access points for larger
sites. You can offer Wi-Fi hotspot services for additional revenue for public locations (for example, restaurants,
hotels, airports, etc.) or a value-added service for customer satisfaction.
AXP capabilities of the ISRs improves total cost of ownership (TCO) for deployed branch-office applications by enabling
complete, unified solutions. Enterprises, managed service providers (MSPs), and integrators can use AXP to:
◦
Integrate custom applications and services into the integrated services routers
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Differentiate themselves from their competitors
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Provide complete end-to-end integrated single-box solutions
Field-upgradable, modular components are supported on the Cisco 3800 Series, allowing you to easily change network
interfaces without upgrading your entire branch-office network. The Cisco 3800 Series takes advantage of the existing
portfolio of WICs, VICs, network modules, and AIMs to reduce sparing, training, configuration, installation, and
maintenance costs.
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Availability
The Cisco 3800 Series minimizes downtime with a wide variety of availability features.
● The Cisco 3845 supports internal redundant power with any combination of the three supported power supplies - AC,
AC-IP & DC. When redundancy for PoE is required, only the combination of two AC-IP power supplies with
integrated inline power is supported.
● The Cisco 3825 support external redundant power supplies - RPS2300 and RPS675
● Error checking and correcting (ECC) memory for improved fault isolation and correction
● USB flash memory for ease of image recovery
● Advance temperature monitoring and variable-speed cooling fans
● Cisco IOS Software Warm Reboot for improved bootup times
Network-module online insertion and removal (OIR), and field-replaceable components such as fan tray, motherboard,
and power supplies (Cisco 3845 only)
* Payload encryption is not supported on models with part number C3825-NOVPN and C3845-NOVPN.
Product Architecture
Table 2 lists the features of the Cisco 3825 and 3845 Integrated Services Routers.
Table 2.
Features of Cisco 3825 and Cisco 3845 Models
Cisco 3800 Series Features
Cisco 3825/3825-NOVPN
Network-module slots: These slots can accommodate a standard
network module, enhanced network module (NME), enhanced
extended network module (NME-X), and high-density extension
module (EVM-HD). The NME-X, when available, will have a wider form
factor than the NME. You can combine two side-by-side NME slots to
accommodate one double-wide network module (NMD) or when
available, a double-wide enhanced extended network module (NMEXD).
Cisco 3845/3845-NOVPN
● NM
● NME
● NM
● NME
● NME-X
● NMD
● NME-X
● NMD
● NME-XD
● EVM-HD
● NME-XD
● EVM-HD
Maximum number of network modules, NMEs, and NME-Xs
supported
2
4
Maximum number of NMD/NME-XDs supported
1
2
Maximum number of EVM-HDs supported
1
2
Number of HWIC slots (These HWIC slots also support VICs, VWICs,
and WICs.)
4
4
Number of fixed LAN ports (fixed RJ-45 port for 10/100/1000
connectivity)
2 Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000)
2 Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000)
Number of fixed Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) ports (for SFP
Gigabit Ethernet connectivity)
1
1
Number of AIM slots (for optional AIMs for offloading computeintensive features)
2
2
Number of PVDM slots (for optional PVDM2s)
4
4
Number of USB 1.1 ports (for future use with USB flash memory,
security tokens for secure Cisco IOS Software configuration
distribution, and off-platform storage of VPN credentials)
2
2
Embedded VPN (hardware-based VPN encryption acceleration)
Yes*
Yes*
Number of console ports (up to 115.2 kbps)
1
1
Number of auxiliary ports (up to 115.2 kbps)
1
Memory: External Compact Flash and internal double-data-rate
(DDR) synchronous dynamic RAM (SDRAM) with ECC**
1
● Default: 128-MB Compact
Flash; 512-MB DDR SDRAM
● Maximum: 512-MB Compact
Flash; 1-GB DDR SDRAM
● Default: 128-MB Compact
Flash; 512-MB DDR SDRAM
● Maximum: 512-MB Compact
Flash; 1-GB DDR SDRAM
* Part numbers C3825-NOVPN and C3845-NOVPN do not support embedded VPN.
**Advance IOS feature sets may require additional memory. Please check Dynamic Configurator Tool or Cisco Software Advisor for
memory requirements.
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Summary
The Cisco 3800 Series introduces best-in-class routing, security, and voice technologies embedded into the router
fabric, making it possible for your enterprise to securely deliver concurrent, mission-critical services and applications
at wire-speed performance. The Cisco 3800 Series extends network capabilities and productivity from the corporate
headquarters to the branch offices for increased operational efficiencies and end-user productivity. The advanced
adaptability and modularity of the Cisco 3800 Series Routers offers you a wide variety of network interfaces and
services, including VPN IPsec, intrusion detection, IP communications, WLAN services, integrated switching,
business video, URL filtering, application optimization, DSL, ATM access, and serial device aggregation. By
consolidating the functions of multiple, separate services into a single, resilient platform you can easily manage and
deploy, Cisco offers your business the industry's leading routing platforms for growth and investment protection.
Product Specifications
Table 3 gives the specifications of the Cisco 3825 and 3845 Series Integrated Services Routers.
Table 3.
Specifications of Cisco 3825 and 3845
Cisco 3800 Series Features
Cisco 3825/3825-NOVPN
Cisco 3845/3845-NOVPN
Physical Specifications
Dimensions (H x W x D)
● 3.5 x 17.1 x 14.7 in.
● 2 rack units (2RU)
● 5.25 x 17.25 x 16 in.
● 3RU
Weight (minimum)
23 lb
35 lb
Rack-mounting
Yes, 19- and 23-in. options
Yes, 19- and 23-in. options
Wall-mounting
No
No
Power Specifications
AC input voltage
100–240 VAC, autoranging
100–240 VAC, autoranging
AC input frequency
47–63 Hz
47–63 Hz
AC input current
AC IP input current
DC input voltage
DC input current
Output
● 3A (110V)
● 2A (230V)
● 4A (110V)
● 2A (230V)
● Startup current 50A maximum (one cycle)
● Startup current 50A maximum (one cycle)
● 8A (110V)
● 4A (230V)
● 8A (110V)
● 4A (230V)
● Startup current 50A maximum (one cycle)
● Startup current 50A maximum (one cycle)
24–60 VDC, autoranging positive or negative
24–60 VDC, autoranging positive or negative
● 12A (24V)
● 5A (60V)
● 18A (24V)
● 7A (60V)
● Startup current 50A<10 ms
● Startup current 50A<10 ms
● AC or DC power supply:
● AC or DC power supply:
◦
210W for system
● AC IP power supply:
◦ 300W for system
● AC IP power supply:
◦
210W for system
◦
300W for system
◦
360W for IP phones (–48V)
◦
360W for IP Phones (–48V)
Redundant power supply (RPS)
External only (Cisco RPS 675 Redundant
Power System)
Internal AC, AC IP, or DC RPS
Recommended RPS unit
Cisco RPS 2300 (recommended) and RPS 675
Redundant Power System
--
Typical power dissipation (no modules)
52W (177 BTU/hr)
79W ( 269 BTU/hr)
AC without IP phone support
300W (1025 BTU/hr)
435W (1485 BTU/hr)
AC with IP phone support: System only
370W (1262 BTU/hr)
555W (1890 BTU/hr)
AC with IP phone support: IP phones
360W (1128 BTU/hr)
360W (1128 BTU/hr)
DC
325W (1100 BTU/hr)
460W (1570 BTU/hr)
Power Dissipations
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Environmental Specifications
Operating temperature
32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Nonoperating temperature
–40 to 158°F (–40 to 70°C)
–40 to 158°F (–40 to 70° C)
Relative humidity (noncondensing)
5–85% noncondensing
5–85% noncondensing
Maximum operating temperature at altitude
40°C at sea level
40°C at sea level
40°C at 6,000 ft (1,800m)
40°C at 6,000 ft (1,800m)
30°C at 13,000 ft (4,000m)
30°C at 13,000 ft (4,000m)
27.2°C at 15,000 ft (4,600m)
27.2°C at 15,000 ft (4,600m)
Note: Derate 1.4°C per 1,000 ft above 6,000 ft
Note: Derate 1.4°C per 1,000 ft above 6,000 ft
50 dBa typical, 53 dBa maximum
56 dBa typical, 58 dBa maximum
● UL 60950
● CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950
● UL 60950
● CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950
● EN 60950
● AS/NZS 60950
● EN 60950
● AS/NZS 60950
● 47 CFR, Part 15
● ICES-003 Class A
● 47 CFR, Part 15
● ICES-003 Class A
● EN55022 Class A
● CISPR22 Class A
● EN55022 Class A
● CISPR22 Class A
● AS/NZS 3548 Class A
● VCCI V-3
● AS/NZS 3548 Class A
● VCCI V-3
● EN 300386
● EN 61000
● EN 300386
● EN 61000
● 47 CFR, Part 68
● TIA/EIA/IS-968
● 47 CFR, Part 68
● TIA/EIA/IS-968
● CS-03
● RTTE Directive
● CS-03
● RTTE Directive
Noise level (minimum)
Regulatory Compliance
Safety
EMC
Telcom
Supported Modules
Cisco 3800 Series support a wide range of modules that span industry leading breadth of services at the branch.
Please refer to the link below for the list of modules supported on the Cisco 3800 Series:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps5855/products_relevant_interfaces_and_modules.html
Ordering Information
To place an order, visit the Cisco Ordering Home Page. Table 5 gives further ordering information for the Cisco 3800
Series.
Table 4.
Ordering Information for Cisco 3800 Series*
Cisco 3800 Series Features
Configuration
CISCO3825
Cisco 3825 integrated services router with two Gigabit Ethernet fixed LAN ports, one Small Form-Factor Pluggable
(SFP) slot, two enhanced network modules (NMEs), four high-speed WAN interface cards (HWICs), two Advanced
Integration Module (AIM) slots, four PVDM slots, Cisco IP Base software, and AC power
CISCO3825-AC-IP
Cisco 3825 integrated services router with two Gigabit Ethernet fixed LAN ports, one SFP slot, two NMEs, four
HWICs, two AIM slots, four PVDM slots, Cisco IP Base software, and Inline Power
CISCO3825-DC
Cisco 3825 integrated services router with two Gigabit Ethernet fixed LAN ports, one SFP slot, two NMEs, four
HWICs, two AIM slots, four PVDM slots, Cisco IP Base software, and DC power
CISCO3845
Cisco 3845 integrated services router with two Gigabit Ethernet fixed LAN ports, one SFP slot, four NMEs, four
HWICs, two AIM slots, 4 PVDM slots Cisco IP Base software, and AC power
CISCO3845-AC-IP
Cisco 3845 integrated services router with two Gigabit Ethernet fixed LAN ports, one SFP slot, four NMEs, four
HWICs, two AIM slots, four PVDM slots, Cisco IP Base software, and Inline Power
CISCO3845-DC
Cisco 3845 integrated services router with two Gigabit Ethernet fixed LAN ports, one SFP slot, four NMEs, four
HWICs, two AIM slots, four PVDM slots, Cisco IP Base software, and DC power
C3825-NOVPN
Cisco 3825 integrated services router with two Gigabit Ethernet fixed LAN ports, one SFP slot, two NMEs, four
HWICs, two AIM slots, four PVDM slots, Cisco IP Base software, and AC power
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C3845-NOVPN
Cisco 3845 integrated services router with two Gigabit Ethernet fixed LAN ports, one SFP slot, four NMEs, four
HWICs, two AIM slots, 4 PVDM slots Cisco IP Base software, and AC power
Voice Bundles
CISCO3825-V/K9
3825 Voice Bundle, PVDM2-64, SP Serv,128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
CISCO3825-SRST/K9
3825 Voice Bundle with PVDM2-64, FL-SRST-175, SP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
CISCO3825-CCME/K9
3825 Voice Bundle with PVDM2-64, FL-CCME-175, SP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
CISCO3845-V/K9
3845 Voice Bundle, PVDM2-64, SP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
CISCO3845-SRST/K9
3845 Voice Bundle with PVDM2-64, FL-SRST-250, SP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
CISCO3845-CCME/K9
3845 Voice Bundle with PVDM2-64, FL-CCME-250, SP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512MB DRAM
Secure Voice Bundles
C3825-H-VSEC/K9
3825H.Perf.VSEC:AIM-VPN2/SSL, PVDM2, CCME/SRST, AIS, 512F/1024D
C3845-H-VSEC/K9
3845H.Perf.VSEC:AIM-VPN2/SSL, PVDM2, CCME/SRST, AIS, 512F/1024D
C3825-VSEC/K9
3825 Voice Security Bundle, PVDM2-64, Adv IP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
C3825-VSEC-CCME/K9
3825 VSEC Bundle with PVDM2-64, FL-CCME-175, Adv IP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
C3825-VSEC-SRST/K9
3825 VSEC Bundle with PVDM2-64, FL-SRST-175, Adv IP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
C3845-VSEC/K9
3845 Voice Security Bundle, PVDM2-64, Adv IP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
C3845-VSEC-CCME/K9
3845 VSEC Bundle with PVDM2-64, FL-CCME-250, Adv IP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
C3845-VSEC-SRST/K9
3845 VSEC Bundle with PVDM2-64, FL-SRST-250, Adv IP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
C3825-VSEC-CUBE/K9
3825 CUBE VSEC Bundle w/PVDM2-64,FL-CUBE-300,IVS,128F/512D
C3845-VSEC-CUBE/K9
3845 CUBE VSEC Bundle w/PVDM2-64,FL-CUBE-400,IVS,128F/512D
Security Bundles
CISCO3825-SEC/K9
3825 Security Bundle, Advanced Security, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
CISCO3845-SEC/K9
3845 Security Bundle, Advanced Security, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
CISCO3825-HSEC/K9
3825 Security Bundle, AIM-VPN/SSL-3, Adv. IP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
CISCO3845-HSEC/K9
3845 Security Bundle, AIM-VPN/SSL-3, Adv. IP Serv, 128 MB Flash, 512 MB DRAM
CISCO-FIPS-KIT=
Tamper Proof for 80/18/28/38/72/73 Routers and ASA
C3825-FIPS-SHIELD=
FIPS Opacity Shield for Cisco 3825
C3845-FIPS-SHIELD=
FIPS Opacity Shield for Cisco 3845
Unified Communications Bundles
C3845-35UC/K9
Cisco 3845 Unified Communications Bundle with IOS SP Services, PVDM2-64, NME-CUE, 35 User Licenses
(CCME, CUE and Phone User licenses), 10 Unified CallConnector Personal Licenses, 128MB Flash/512MB DRAM
C3825-35UC/K9
Cisco 3825 Unified Communications Bundle with IOS SP Services, PVDM2-64, NME-CUE, 35 User Licenses
(CCME, CUE and Phone User licenses), 10 Unified CallConnector Personal Licenses, 128MB Flash/512MB DRAM
C3845-35UC-VSEC/K9
Cisco 3845 Unified Communications Bundle with IOS Advanced IP Serv, PVDM2-64, NME-CUE, 35 User Licenses
(CCME, CUE and Phone User licenses), 10 Unified CallConnector Personal Licenses, 128MB Flash/512MB DRAM
C3825-35UC-VSEC/K9
Cisco 3825 Unified Communications Bundle with IOS Advanced IP Serv, PVDM2-64, NME-CUE, 35 User Licenses
(CCME, CUE and Phone User licenses), 10 Unified CallConnector Personal Licenses, 128MB Flash/512MB DRAM
WAN Optimization Bundles
CISCO3845-WAE/K9
3845, NME-WAE-502/K9,WAAS Trans,AdvSec,128F/512D
CISCO3825-WAE/K9
3825, NME-WAE-502/K9,WAAS Trans,AdvSec,128F/512D
USB Flash Storage
MEMUSB-64FT
64MB USB Flash
MEMUSB-128FT
128MB USB Flash
MEMUSB-256FT
256MB USB Flash
Compact Flash
MEM3800-128U256CF
128 to 256 MB CF Factory Upgrade for Cisco 3800 Series
MEM3800-128U512CF
128 to 512 MB CF Factory Upgrade for Cisco 3800 Series
MEM3800-64CF=
64MB Compact Flash for Cisco 3800 Series Routers
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MEM3800-128CF=
128MB Compact Flash for Cisco 3800 Series Routers
MEM3800-256CF=
256MB Compact Flash for Cisco 3800 Series Routers
DRAM Memory
MEM3800-256D=
256MB DIMM DDR DRAM for the Cisco 3800 Series
MEM3800-512D=
512MB DIMM DDR DRAM for the Cisco 3800 Series
MEM3800-512U768D
512 to 768MB DRAM factory upgrade for 3800
MEM3800-512U1024D
512 to 1024MB DRAM factory upgrade for 3800
Fan Accessories
ACS-3825-FANS=
3825 Fan assembly
CISCO3845FANASSY=
Cisco 3845 Fan Assembly and Bezel
* Cisco 3800 Integrated Services Router memory requirements and bundle configurations are subject to change. Advance IOS
feature sets and images may require higher system memory. Please check the Cisco Configuration Tool and Cisco Software
Download Center for updated information
Table 5 lists the Cisco IOS Software feature sets that the Cisco 3825 and the Cisco 3845 support.
Table 5.
Cisco IOS Software Feature Sets that Cisco 3825 and Cisco 3845 Support
Cisco IOS Software Feature Sets
Cisco 3825
Cisco 3845
C3825-NOVPN
C3845-NOVPN
IP Base
S382IPBK9
S384IPBK9
S382NIPK9
S384NIPK9
IP Base without encryption
S382IPB
S384IPB
S382NIPB
S384NIPB
IP VOICE
S382IPVK9
S384IPVK9
S382NIPVK9
S384NIPVK9
IP VOICE without encryption
S382IPV
S384IPV
S382NIPV
S384NIPV
ENTERPRISE BASE
S382EBK9
S384EBK9
S382NEBK9
S384NEBK9
ENTERPRISE BASE without encryption
S382EB
S384EB
S382NEB
S384NEB
ADVANCED SECURITY
S382ASK9
S384ASK9
S382NASK9*
S384NASK9*
SP SERVICES
S382SPSK9
S384SPSK9
S382NSPK9
S384NSPK9
ENTERPRISE SERVICES
S382ESK9
S384ESK9
S382NESK9
S384NESK9
ENTERPRISE SERVICES without encryption
S382ES
S384ES
S382NES
S384NES
ADVANCED IP SERVICES
S382AISK9
S384AISK9
S382NAIK9*
S384NAIK9*
ADVANCED ENTERPRISE SERVICES
S382AES9
S384AESK9
S382NAEK9*
S384NAEK9*
INTEGRATED VOICE/VIDEO: GK, IPIP GW, TDMIP GW
S382IVS
S384IVS
S382NIVS
S384NIVS
INTEGRATED VOICE/VIDEO: GK, IPIP GW, TDMIP GW AES
S382AVSK9
S384AVSK9
S382NAVK9
S384NAVK9
ADVANCED ENTERPRISE SERVICES WITH SNA
SWITCHING
S382SNAK9
S34SNAK9
S382NSNK9*
S384NSNK9*
*These images do not support VPN Payload Encryption (IPSEC or SSL).
Table 6 lists the Cisco IOS Software feature licenses available for the Cisco 3800 Series.
Table 6.
Cisco IOS Software Feature Licenses for the Cisco 3800 Series
Part Number
Cisco IOS Software Feature License Description
Cisco Unified Communication Manager Express and Survivable Remote Site Telephony Feature Licenses
FL-CCME-25
Feat Lic. Communications Manager Express Up To 25 Users
FL-CCME-35
Feat Lic. Communications Manager Express Up To 35 Users
FL-CCME-50
Feat Lic. Communications Manager Express Up To 50 Users
FL-CCME-100
Feat Lic. Communications Manager Express Up To 100 Users
FL-CCME-175
Feat Lic. Communications Manager Express Up To 175 Users
FL-CCME-250
Feat Lic. Communications Manager Express Up To 250 Users
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FL-SRST-25
Feat Lic Survivable Remote Site Telephony up to 25 Users
FL-SRST-35
Feat Lic Survivable Remote Site Telephony up to 35 Users
FL-SRST-50
Feat Lic Survivable Remote Site Telephony up to 50 Users
FL-SRST-100
Feat Lic Survivable Remote Site Telephony up to 100 Users
FL-SRST-175
Feat Lic Survivable Remote Site Telephony up to 175 Users
FL-SRST-250
Feat Lic Survivable Remote Site Telephony up to 250 Users
FL-SRST-480
Feat Lic Survivable Remote Site Telephony up to 480 Users
Land Mobile Radio Feature License
FL-LMR
Land Mobile Radio Feature License (2600XM, 2691, 2811, 2821, 2851, 3700, 3800)
Voice XML Feature Licenses
FL-VXML-1
VoiceXML Feature License For 1 Session
FL-VXML-12
VoiceXML Feature License Up To 12 Sessions
IP Mobility Gateway Feature Licenses
FL-IPMOBGW-100=
IP Mobility Gateway Feature Set-up to 100 Users
FL-IPMOBGW-500=
IP Mobility Gateway Feature Set-up to 500 Users
FL-IPMOBGW-1000=
IP Mobility Gateway Feature Set-up to 1000 Users
Cisco Unified Border Element Licenses
FL-CUBE-4
Cisco Unified Border Element Up to 4 Concurrent SIP Trunk or CUBE calls
FL-CUBE-25
Cisco Unified Border Element Up to 25 Concurrent SIP Trunk or CUBE calls
FL-CUBE-100
Cisco Unified Border Element Up to 100 Concurrent SIP Trunk or CUBE calls
Service and Support
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Leading-edge technology deserves leading-edge support. Cisco SMARTnet technical support for the Cisco 3800
Series is available on a one-time or annual contract basis. Support options range from help-desk assistance to
proactive, onsite consultation. All support contracts include:
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Major Cisco IOS Software updates in protocol, security, bandwidth, and feature improvements
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Full access rights to Cisco.com technical libraries for technical assistance, electronic commerce, and product
information
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Access to the industry's largest dedicated technical support staff 24 hours a day
Services from Cisco and our certified partners can help you reduce the cost and complexity of branch deployments.
We have the depth and breadth of experience across technologies to architect a blueprint for a branch solution to
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