Cisco Systems 2600-DC Series Network Router User Manual

Data Sheet
Cisco 2600-DC Series
Modular Access Platform
Cisco Systems Extends Versatility, Integration, and Power of the Cisco 2600 Series
Modular Access Platform series to Service Provider central offices and Data
Communications Networks.
As part of a scalable Data Communications
in small point of presences (POPs) or
Network (DCN) solution, including the
central office colocations for digital
®
Cisco Catalyst 2950G-24-DC switch,
subscriber line access multiplexers
Catalyst 2924M-XL switch, Catalyst
(DSLAMs), voice switches, and
4003-DC switch, Cisco 3662-AC/DC-CO,
transmission operations networking.
Cisco 3631-CO, and Cisco 2600 Series
modular access platforms, the Cisco 2600
New Models in Cisco 2600 DC
Series supports central office (CO) serial,
Family: 2600XM-DC and
X.25 and Internet protocol/open system
2691-DC
interconnection (IP/OSI) interfaces for
The Cisco 2600XM-DC models provides
operations management in Service Provider,
the same proven technology of the previous
Inter-Exchange Carrier (IXC), and Post,
Cisco 2600 Series platforms, including
Telephone and Telegraph (PTT) networks.
Cisco IOS® software mainline feature
The Cisco DCN solution supports
support and the modularity of Network
synchronous optical network/synchronous
Modules (NMs), WAN Interface Cards
digital hierarchy (SONET/SDH) network
(WICs) and Advanced Integration Modules
element (NE) connectivity for alarm
(AIMs). The Cisco 2691-DC-U model
monitoring and control, remote
provides the same module support as the
provisioning, and software download.
2600XM, increased performance (up to
Other operations systems network
70kbps), and even greater density and
applications include local number
scalability.
portability and billing data collection. In
addition, competitive local exchange
carriers (CLECs) can use the Cisco 2600
Figure1
Cisco 2600 Series
Modular Access Routers
The modular architecture of the Cisco 2600
Series allows interfaces to be upgraded to
accommodate network expansion or
changes in technology as new services and
applications are deployed. Service providers
can integrate the functions of multiple,
separate devices into a single, compact unit,
thereby reducing the complexity of
managing DCN infrastructures. For
example, the Cisco 2600 Series supports
connectivity to legacy asynchronous and
X.25 devices as well as standards-based
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IP devices, facilitating a graceful migration from legacy to next generation network elements. Driven by a powerful
RISC processor, the Cisco 2600 Series provides the extra power needed to support the advanced quality of service
(QoS), higher bandwidth and security features required for connecting to today’s Network Operation Center (NOC)
systems.
The Cisco 2600 Series meets service provider’s critical physical requirements for equipment depth fitting right
alongside transmission equipment on standard 12 inch deep racks, and occupying only 1RU to 2RU in height.
Offered in seven base configurations supporting fixed single or dual local-area network (LAN) ports, each Cisco 2600
also includes one network module slot, two wide-area network (WAN) interface card slots and one or two advanced
integration module (AIM) slots. Rear access cabling allows easy connectivity; the modular design shares a large
number of modules with the Cisco 3600 and 3700 Series, permitting fast servicing of Field Replaceable Units (FRUs).
DC, AC and redundant AC power supply adapter modules are also field replaceable. Network Equipment Building
Standards (NEBS) Level 3/ETSI compliance is achieved when used with the Cisco 2600’s optional NEBs/ETSI kit.
Common Language Equipment Identification (CLEI) coding is provided for easy identification and tracking of
central-office equipment. Robust network management capability for the Cisco DCN solution is achieved by using
the CiscoWorks Management Software or the IE2100 appliance.
Cisco 2600 Series Chassis Options
Each of the Cisco 2610XM-DC through Cisco 2651XM DC versions supports one Network Module (NM) slot, two
WAN Interface Card slots, and one AIM slot, along with one or two fixed LAN ports, one asynchronous auxiliary
port and one console port. The Cisco 2691-DC-U version supports one Network Module (NM) slot, three WAN
Interface Card slots, and two AIM slots, along with two fixed LAN ports, one asynchronous auxiliary port and one
console port. These slots share more than 50 different modules across four Cisco product lines—the Cisco 1700
Series, the Cisco 2600 Series, the Cisco 3600 Series and the Cisco 3700 Series.
The Cisco 2600 DC Series is available in a number of base configurations:
• CISCO2610XM/11XM-DC
• CISCO2612-DC
• CISCO2620XM/21XM-DC
• CISCO2650XM/51XM-DC
• CISCO2691-DC-U
Additionally a spare DC power supply can be ordered for field upgrades or replacements:
• PWR-2600-DC= Cisco 2600/2600XM DC power supply spare
• PWR-2691-DC-U= Spare Universal Power Supply 24 to 48 volts
Refer to Table 2, Cisco 2600 Series System Specifications for detailed product information
Note: AC & RPS power supply versions are also available.
The WAN interface cards available for the Cisco 1700, 2600, 3600, 3700 platforms support a variety of serial,
Integrated Services Digital Network Basic Rate Interface (ISDN BRI), and integrated CSU/DSU options for primary
and backup WAN connectivity. Network modules available for the Cisco 2600 and 3700 Series support a broad
range of applications, including multiservice voice/data integration, analog and ISDN dial access, and serial device
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concentration. The internal Data Compression AIM for the Cisco 2600 Series off-loads the task of performing
high-speed data compression from the Cisco 2600’s main CPU, allowing compressed data throughput of up to
8-Mbps while preserving external interface slots for other applications.
Figure 2
Cisco 2600 Series Back Panel View (Cisco 2611XM Shown)
Figure 3
Cisco 2600 Series Back Panel View (Cisco 2691 Shown)
Solution Application Notes
What follows are two examples that illustrate the versatility of the Cisco 2600 models in a CO environment. The
first example depicts a Cisco 2600 as both an Ethernet/Asynchronous/Synchronous telemetry platform, and with the
new Alarm Interface Controller network module (NM-AIC-64), facilitates remote alarm monitoring and control of
vital network elements. A second application example depicts the Cisco 2600 with the new Ethernet Switch network
module (NM-16ESW). The Cisco 2600 have been developed to accept a myriad of modules, allowing the user to
custom tailor the platform to specialized network requirements.
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Example Application #1: Security—Remote Alarm Monitoring and Control
Figure 4
Security—Remote Alarm Monitoring and Control
Remote Site/Office
Monitoring Center
ADM
SONET/SDH
Ring
Surveillance
Camera
TDM
Surveillance
Remote
Monitoring and
Provisioning
TCP/IP
Power Generator
Cisco Router
HVAC
Cisco 2600 Router with AIC
Integrated alarm monitoring and
control capabilities undo the router
for increased network visibility downtime
Temperature
Building
Security
Reduced Network Complexity
Enhanced Repoprting, Security and
Remote Control
The alarm interface controller (AIC) is a network module that greatly expands the network monitoring and control
capabilities of the Cisco 2600 and 3700 Series routers. The AIC functions as an integrated entity residing within the
Cisco 2600 platform to provide network alarm monitoring and proactive remote control of network elements. The
AIC reduces service-provider and enterprise operating expenses by facilitating an integrated solution to remote
network management. This eliminates the need for a dedicated external alarm-monitoring device. Greatly simplifying
network layout, monitoring, and control; resulting in lower operations, administration, maintenance, and
provisioning (OAM&P) costs. The AIC is supported in Cisco IOS 12.2(8)T and later. The AIC network module
supports 64 discrete alarm inputs, of which 8 of the last 64 alarm points are software-configurable to accept either
analog or discrete inputs. The AIC further supports 16 control relays to facilitate the proactive remote control of
network elements.
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Example Application #2: Ethernet Switch Network Module
Figure 5
Ethernet Switch Network Module
Network Elements
ADM
Network Operation
Center (NOC)
GNE
SONET/SDH
Ring
TDM
Operations and Revenue Network
Etherswitch NM
NM-16ESW
Cisco
ONS15303
DSL
ATM
IP/OSI, ASYNC,
X.25 (XOT)
FR, ATM, T1/E1
Transmission Systems
(SAC, IDLC, RTI, FOTS)
Workstation
Mainframe
or Mini
DIAL
Alarm
Units
Voice-Digital
Cross-connect
Switch
Frame Relay, SS7, STP
OSS to NE Connectivity
The Cisco 16-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch Network Module (NM-16ESW) is a high-density ethernet network
module that provides line-rate Layer 2 switching across Ethernet ports using Cisco IOS® Catalyst Software. Features
such as port autosensing, QoS and VLAN support from 802.1P and 802.1Q standards, and 802.1D Spanning Tree
protocols are standard on the EtherSwitch module. The EtherSwitch offers service providers the option to integrate
switching and routing in one compact platform to simplify their Operations Support Network. This combination
offers ease of configuration, deployment and management while utilizing the powerful characteristics of Cisco
routing and Catalyst switching features.
With an optional configuration, DC power can be provided directly from the CO to the etherswitch module and from
there inline to Cisco IP Phones and Aironet Access Points and Base Stations. This solution allows for deployment of
IP Telephony and wireless LANs throughout the CO without adding an AC power source.
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Features and Benefits
The Cisco 2600 Series brings a cost-effective combination of versatility, integration, and power to service providers
with the features listed in Table 1.
Table 1 Features and Benefits of the Cisco 2600 Series
Features
Benefits
Versatility and Investment Protection
Modular Architecture
• Network interfaces are field-upgradable to accommodate future
technologies while providing a solution to meet today’s needs
• Additional interfaces can be added on a “pay-as-you-grow” basis to
accommodate network growth
• Wide variety of interfaces and port densities for IP, ATM, Frame and TDM
networks to support any Central Office environment
Broad array of WAN Interface Cards
and Network Modules Shared with
Cisco 1700, 3600, and 3700 Series
Modular Access Platforms
• Reduces cost of maintaining inventory of Cisco 1700, 2600, 3600, and 3700
Series modular components
• Lower training costs for support personnel
Advanced Integration Module Slot
• Expandability for integration of advanced services such as
hardware-assisted data compression, encryption, Voice and ATM
• Maximizes performance by off-loading processor intensive applications to a
coprocessor
• Provides expanded services, freeing the NM slot for other applications
Choice of LAN Configurations
• Meets specific Telco DCN and CO Local Area Network requirements
including single and dual LAN connections for auto-sensing 10/100Mbps
Ethernet, mixed Ethernet and Token Ring environments
• Optional etherswitch module provides for low-density Layer 2 connectivity
and optional inline power to IP Phones and Aironet Access Points.
DC and AC Power Supply Options
• Allows deployment in DC power environments such as telecommunications
carrier central offices or as a managed Customer Premise Equipment (CPE)
platform with an AC power supply
Service Provider/Carrier DCN-Class Performance
High-Performance Architecture
• High-speed routing performance of up to 70,000 packets per second for
maximum scalability to support more concurrent functions (Cisco 2691-DC)
• Support for advanced QoS features such as the Resource Reservation
Protocol (RSVP), Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ), and IP Precedence to
reduce recurring WAN costs
• Support for up to 10 T1/E1 network connections
• Up to 39 asynchronous or 22 synchronous connections are supported in a
single Cisco 2600 enabling telemetry applications
• Support for TDM traffic with drop and insert capabili.ty
• AIM slot support to off-load processor intensive applications including
hardware-based compression, encryption, ATM access, and Voice.
• Enables security features such as data encryption, tunneling, and user
authentication and authorization for virtual private network (VPN) access
• Full Cisco IOS® Software Support
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Table 1 Features and Benefits of the Cisco 2600 Series (Continued)
Features
Benefits
Deployed in IP networks around
the world, the Cisco IOS software
supports the following DCN
related services:
• Full IP Routing Services including multiprotocol BGP, multi-Area ISIS and
DNS
• TL1 support including transport via X.25, TCP or OSI. TID Address
Resolution Protocol (TARP) support and TARP Storm Avoidance support.
• PPP services including WAN interface support for ISDN, Frame Relay, ATM,
and X.25
• X.25 support services including X.25 switching, X.3 Asynchronous PAD,
DNS for X.25 address resolution, Hunt Groups, and SVC/PVC conversion
• IP to X.25 Protocol Translation
• BX.25 Transport over X.25 or TCP (XOT)
• Support for up to 3 OSI/IS-IS areas, per chassis, essentially providing the
same capabilities as 3 separate OSI routers.
• Full-featured IP and OSI routing and mediation on a single platform,
including legacy X.25, and async devices support Cisco IOS Firewall feature
sets provide support for advanced security features such as Context-Based
Access Control (CBAC), Java blocking, denial of service protection, and
audit trails
• Integration of legacy networks via data link switching plus (DLSW+) and
Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN)
Simplified Management
Common Language Equipment
Identification (CLEI) Codes
• Enables easy identification and tracking of central-office equipment
Part of the Cisco DCN Stackable
Solutions
• Can be stacked with LAN switches such as the Catalyst 2950G-24-DC or
Cisco 3662-AC/DC-CO modular access platform
VLAN Support
• Enables inter-VLAN routing via the Cisco Inter-Switch Link (ISL) protocol
with the Cisco Catalyst 2950G-24-DC and 2924M XL DC switches and the
Cisco 3662-AC/DC-CO when used with the Cisco 2600XM, 2691, and Cisco
IOS “Plus” feature set
• Enables inter-VLAN routing via 802.1q encapsulation within the chassis
using the NM-16ESW etherswitch module
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
Support
• Enables a CiscoWorks network management station to automatically
discover the Cisco 2600 in a network topology.
Integrated CSU/DSU, Analog
Modem and NT1 Options
• Enables remote management of all CPE elements for higher network
availability and lower operational costs
Support for Cisco Works and
CiscoView
• Allows simplified management of all integrated and stackable components
Enhanced Setup Feature
• Context-sensitive questions guide the user through the router configuration
process, allowing faster deployment
Support for Cisco AutoInstall
• Configures remote routers automatically across a WAN connection to save
cost of sending technical staff to the remote site
Cisco Configuration Express
Support
• Enables quick and cost-effective deployment of large installations by
ordering custom-configured platforms from Cisco
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Table 1 Features and Benefits of the Cisco 2600 Series (Continued)
Features
Benefits
Reliability
Dial-on-Demand Routing
• Allows automatic backup of WAN connection in case of a primary link
failure
Dual Bank Flash Memory
• Backup copy of the Cisco IOS software can be stored in Flash memory
Redundant AC Power Supply
Option
• AC RPS option can be shared with other network components such as the
Cisco Catalyst 2950G-24-DC Series to protect CPE network from downtime
due to power failures
Cisco IOS Software
The Cisco 2600 Series a wide range of Cisco IOS features. This includes a variety of intranet, multiprotocol, QoS,
and Security applications in use today. Beginning in 12.3 Mainline the Cisco 2600 Series features sets have been
condensed into eight cross platform feature sets and up to nine additional special purpose feature sets.
The cross platform feature sets are:
• IP Base
• IP Voice
• Enterprise Base
• Enterprise Services
• Advanced IP Services
• Advanced Enterprise Services
• SP Services
• Advanced Security
The following Special Purpose feature sets are offered in addition to the above base feature sets:
• Enterprise/SNASw Plus IPSec 3DES
• Enterprise/SNASw Plus
• Enterprise Services
• Enterprise Plus/H.323 MCM
• Enterprise SSG (2650/51XM only)
• Voice IP to IP Voice Gateway (2600XM only)
• Voice IP to IP Voice Gateway IPSec 3DES (2600XM only)
• IP/H.323
• Telco Feature Set (2600XM only)
12.3Mainline and prior contain a legacy set of features sets including IP, IP Plus, Enterprise, and many others.
A more detailed list of features and memory requirements for specific feature sets by version can be found in the
Cisco IOS release notes for the Cisco 2600 series.
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NEBS Compliance
The optional NEBS Level 3/ETSI kit ensures a Cisco 2600 modular access platform meets NEBS Level 3/ETSI
standards for networking equipment usually found in the central office. This kit is available for the Cisco 261x
and Cisco 262x Series as a spare (ACS-2600NEBS/ETSI=). This kit also includes the 23/24 inch rack mount kit
for Hendry Bays.
Regulatory Compliance
The Cisco 2600-DC module access platform conforms to a number of safety, EMI, immunity and network
homologation standards. Details of the regulatory specifications are included at
http://www.cisco.com/kobayashi/ Support_root.shtml.
Table 2 Cisco 2600 Series System Specifications Cisco 2600 Series System Specifications
2612
2610/11XM
2620/21XM
2650/51XM
2691
Performance
15Kpps
20Kpps
30Kpps
40Kpps
70Kpps
Flash Memory
(Default/Max)
8MB/16MB
32MB/48MB
32MB/48MB
32MB/48MB
32MB/128MB
(Compact Flash)
System Memory
(Default/Max)
32MB/64MB
96MB/128MB
96MB/128MB
128MB/128MB
128MB/256MB
Integrated WIC
Slots
2
2
2
2
3
Onboard AIM
(Internal) Slot
1
1
1
1
2
Console Port (up
to 115.2 kbps)
1
1
1
1
1
Aux Port (up to
115.2 kbps)
1
1
1
1
1
Minimum Cisco
IOS Release
11.3T or later and
12.0.1 mainline
12.1(14)
mainline,
12.2(12) mainline
(future),
12.2(8)T1or later
12.1(14)
mainline,
12.2(12) mainline
(future),
12.2(8)T1or later
12.1(14)
mainline,
12.2(12) mainline
(future),
12.2(8)T1or later
12.2(8)T1or later
Onboard LAN
Ports
1 to 2 Ethernet
ports 2612—1TR/
1E
1 to 2 10/100 FE
ports
1 to 2 10/100 FE
ports
1 to 2 10/100 FE
ports
2 10/100 FE ports
Redundant
Power Supply
External only
External only
External only
External only
External only
Rack Mounting
Yes, 19’ and 23"
options
Yes, 19’ and 23"
options
Yes, 19’ and 23"
options
Yes, 19’ and 23"
options
Yes, 19’ and 23"
options
Wall Mounting
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Power Supply
50W Maximum
(+5V,+12V, -12V)
AC power supply
50W Maximum
(+5V,+12V, -12V)
AC power supply
50W Maximum
(+5V,+12V, -12V)
AC power supply
50W Maximum
(+5V,+12V, -12V)
AC power supply
105W Maximum
(+5V,+3.3V,+12V,12V) AC power
supply
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2612
2610/11XM
2620/21XM
2650/51XM
2691
Power Output
5V@9.5A,
12V@1.20A,
-12V@0.5A
5V@9.5A,
12V@1.20A,
-12V@0.5A
5V@9.5A,
12V@1.20A,
-12V@0.5A
5V@9.5A,
12V@1.20A,
-12V@0.5A
5V@15A,
3.3V@12A,
12V@5A,
-12V@2A
AC Input
Current
1.5A
1.5A
1.5A
1.5A
2 A max @
100VAC; 1A max
@ 240VAC
AC input
voltage
100 to 240VAC
100 to 240VAC
100 to 240VAC
100 to 240VAC
100 to 240VAC
DC Input
Voltage
-38 to -75VDC
-38 to -75VDC
-38 to -75VDC
-38 to -75VDC
-18 to -75VDC
DC Input
Current
Current: 2.0
amps
Current: 2.0
amps
Current: 2.0
amps
Current: 2.0
amps
8 A @ 24VDC
DC Power
Dissipation
75W (maximum)
75W (maximum)
75W (maximum)
75W (maximum)
215W (max), 745
BTU/hr
Frequency
47-63Hz
47-63Hz
47-63Hz
47-63Hz
47-63Hz
Operating
temperature
-32 to 104 F (0to
40 C)
-32 to 104 F (0to
40 C)
-32 to 104 F (0to
40 C)
-32 to 104 F (0to
40 C)
-32 to 104 F (0to
40 C)
Nonoperating
temperature
-40 to 158 F
(-40 to 70 C)
-40 to 158 F
(-40 to 70 C)
-40 to 158 F
(-40 to 70 C)
-40 to 158 F
(-40 to 70 C)
-40 to 158 F
(-40 to 70 C)
Relative
Humidity
Noncondensing
5–95%
5–95%
5–95%
5–95%
5–95%
Operation
altitude (derate
1C per 1,000 ft.)
Up to 6500 ft
(2000m) @ 40 C
Up to 6500 ft
(2000m) @ 40 C
Up to 6500 ft
(2000m) @ 40 C
Up to 6500 ft
(2000m) @ 40 C
Up to 6500 ft
(2000m) @ 40 C
Dimensions
(HxWxD)
1.69" (4.3 cm) x
17.5" (44.5 cm) x
11.8" (30 cm)
1.69" (4.3 cm) x
17.5" (44.5 cm) x
11.8" (30 cm)
1.69" (4.3 cm) x
17.5" (44.5 cm) x
11.8" (30 cm)
1.69" (4.3 cm) x
17.5" (44.5 cm) x
11.8" (30 cm)
3.46" x 17.0" x
11.20" (8.78 x
45.36 x 28.45 cm)
Rack Height
1RU
1RU
1RU
1RU
2RU
Weight (min.)
8.85 lb (4.66 kg)
8.85 lb (4.66 kg)
8.85 lb (4.66 kg)
8.85 lb (4.66 kg)
15 lb (6.80 kg)
Noise Level
(min.)
38-dbA
38-dbA
38-dbA
38-dbA
45-dbA
Cisco Service and Support
Leading-edge technology deserves leading-edge support. Service and support for the Cisco 2600 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:
• Major Cisco IOS software updates in protocol, security, bandwidth, and feature improvements
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• Full access rights to Cisco Connection Online (COO) for technical assistance, electronic commerce, and product
information
• 24-hour-a-day access to the industry’s largest dedicated technical support staff
A support contract maximizes the value of your technology investment throughout its lifecycle, ensuring optimum
performance and availability. Augment your internal staff’s capabilities by leveraging the Cisco expertise.
Contact your local sales office for further information.
Network Module Options
The Cisco 2600 Series supports the Network Modules listed in Table 2; these modules are shared with the Cisco 3700
Series.
Table 3 Network Modules supported on the Cisco 2600 Series Serial and ATM NMs (requires IOS release
11.3 (3)T or later)
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
Cisco 2691
NM-4T1-ATM1,2
4-port T1 ATM with IMA NM
X
X
X
NM-4E1-ATM1,2
4-port E1 ATM with IMA NM
X
X
X
NM-8T1-ATM1,2
8-port T1 ATM with IMA NM
X
X
X
NM-8E1-ATM1,2
8-port E1 ATM with IMA NM
X
X
X
NM-1A-T31,3
1-Port DS3 ATM NM
X
X
X
NM-1A-E31,3
1-Port E3 ATM NM
X
X
X
NM-16A
16-port high density async NM
X
X
X
NM-32A
32-port high density async NM
X
X
X
NM-4A/S
4-port low speed (128 Kbps max) async/
sync serial NM
X
X
X
NM-8A/S
8-port low speed (128 Kbps max) async/
sync serial NM
X
X
X
NM-16A/S
16-port Async/Sync Network Module
X
X
NM-4T
4 port Synchronous Serial Network
Module
X
LAN/LAN/WAN NMs
NM-2W
Two-WAN interface card slot network
module, (WAN I/F cards offered
separately)
X
X
X
NM-16ESW-PWR4
16Port 10/100 Etherswitch NM with
Power card
X
X
X
NM-16ESW4,7
16Port 10/100 Etherswitch NM
X
X
X
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Table 3 Network Modules supported on the Cisco 2600 Series Serial and ATM NMs (requires IOS release
11.3 (3)T or later) (Continued)
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
NM-1E
1-port Ethernet network module
X
X
NM-4E
4-port Ethernet network module
X
X
NM-1ATM-25
1-port ATM 25Mbps network module
X
X
Cisco 2691
Dial, ISDN, Analog Modems & Chan Serial NM
NM-1CE1T1-PRI
1-port channelized E1/T1/ISDN PRI
network module
X
X
NM-2CE1T1-PRI
2-port channelized E1/T1/ISDN PRI
network module
X
X
NM-1CT1
1-port channelized T1/ISDN PRI network
module
X
X
X
NM-1CT1-CSU
1-port channelized T1/ISDN PRI with
CSU network module
X
X
X
NM-2CT1
2-port channelized T1/ISDN PRI network
module
X
X
X
NM-2CT1-CSU
2-port channelized T1/ISDN PRI with
CSU network module
X
X
X
NM-1CE1B
1-port channelized E1/ISDN PRI
balanced network module
X
X
X
NM-1CE1U
1-port channelized E1/ISDN PRI
unbalanced network module
X
X
X
NM-2CE1B
2-port channelized E1/ISDN PRI
balanced network module
X
X
X
NM-2CE1U
2-port channelized E1/ISDN PRI
unbalanced network module
X
X
X
NM-4B-S/T
4-port ISDN BRI network module (S/T
interface)
X
X
X
NM-4B-U
4-port ISDN BRI with NT-1 network
module (U interface)
X
X
X
NM-8B-S/T
8-port ISDN BRI network module (S/T
interface)
X
X
X
NM-8B-U
8-port ISDN BRI with NT-1 network
module (U interface)
X
X
X
NM-8AM-V2
8 analog modem network module with
V.92 Support
X
X
NM-16AM-V2
16 analog modem network module with
V.92 support
X
X
NM-8AM
8 analog modem network module
X
X
X
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Table 3 Network Modules supported on the Cisco 2600 Series Serial and ATM NMs (requires IOS release
11.3 (3)T or later) (Continued)
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
Cisco 2691
NM-16AM
16 analog modem network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1T1-121, 2
12-channel T1 high density voice/fax
network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1E1-121,5
12-channel E1 high density voice/fax
network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1T1-241,2
24-channel T1 high density voice/fax
network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1T1-24E1,2
24-channel T1 enhanced high density
voice/fax network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1E1-301,5
30-channel E1 high density voice/fax
network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1E1-30E1,5
30-channel enhanced E1 high density
voice/fax network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-2T1-481,2
48-channel T1 high density voice/fax
network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-2E1-601,5
60-channel E1 high density voice/fax
network module
X
X
X
NM-1V1
1-slot voice/fax network module
X
X
X
NM-2V1
2-slot voice/fax network module
X
X
X
EM-HDA-8FXS6
8 port voice/fax expansion module FXS
X
X
X
NM-HDA-4FXS6
High Density analog voice/fax network
module with 4 FXS
X
X
X
EM-HDA-4FXO6
4 port voice/fax expansion module FXO
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1J1-307
1-Port 30-Channel J1 High-Density Voice
Network Module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1J1-30E5
1-Port 30-Enhanced Channel J1
High-Density Voice Network
X
X
X
NM-HDV-FARM-C36
Network Module 36 Port DSP Farm
Bundle
X
X
NM-HDV-FARM-C54
Network Module 54 Port DSP Farm
Bundle
X
X
NM-HDV-FARM-C90
Network Module 90 Port DSP Farm
Bundle
X
X
NM-HD-1V
One-slot IP Communications Voice/Fax
Network Module
X
X
Voice/Fax NMs
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Table 3 Network Modules supported on the Cisco 2600 Series Serial and ATM NMs (requires IOS release
11.3 (3)T or later) (Continued)
Product Number
Description
NM-HD-2V
NM-HD-2VE
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
Cisco 2691
Two-slot IP Communications Voice/Fax
Network Module
X
X
Two-slot IP Communications Enhanced
Voice/Fax Network Module
X
X
X
X
Application Service Modules
NM-CIDS-K9
Cisco IDS Network Module, 20-GB IDE
hard disk
NM-CE-BP-20G-K9
Content Engine Network Module, basic
performance, 20-GB IDE hard disk
X
X
X
NM-CE-BP-40G-K9
Content Engine Network Module, basic
performance, 40-GB IDE hard disk
X
X
X
NM-CE-BP-SCSI-K9
2-port E&M voice/fax interface card for
voice/fax network module
X
X
X
NM-NAM
Network Analysis Module
X
X
1. ,The voice/fax and ATM NMs require a Cisco IOS Plus feature set.
2. Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.05XK, 12.07T, 12.1, 12.1T, 12.2, 12.2T or later.
3. Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.1.2T or later.
4. 4Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(2)XT, 12.2(8)T or later
5. requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(8)T or later.
6. Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(2)XT, 12.2(8)T or later.
7. Inline power from a DC power source requires an external cable and circuit.
Alarm Interface Controller Network Module
The Alarm Interface Controller (AIC) is a network module that greatly expands the network monitoring and control
capabilities of the Cisco 2600 and 3600 Series routers. The AIC functions as an integrated entity residing within the
Cisco 2600 Router to provide network alarm monitoring and remote control of network elements. The AIC reduces
service provider and enterprise operating expenses by facilitating a “single box” solution, doing away with the need
for a dedicated external alarm monitoring device. This greatly simplifies network layout, monitoring, and control
resulting in lower operations, administration, maintenance, and provisioning (OAM&P) costs. The AIC is supported
in Cisco IOS® 12.2(8)T and beyond. The AIC network module supports 64 discrete alarm monitoring points, of
which 8 of the last 64 alarm points are software- configurable to accept either analog or discrete inputs. The AIC
further supports 16 control relays to facilitate the remote control of network elements.
Table 4 Alarm Interface Controller (AIC) Network Module Alarm Interface Controller (AIC) Network Module
Product
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
Cisco 2691
NM-AIC-6411
Alarm monitoring and control NM;
64 contact points and 16 control points
X
X
X2
1. Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(8)T or later.
2. Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.3(2)T or later on Cisco 2691.
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WAN Interface Card Options
The Cisco 2600 Series supports all WAN Interface Cards available for the Cisco 1600, 1700, 3600, and 3700 Series,
as well as two new dual-port serial WAN interface cards to maximize interface density and slot efficiency. The new
dual-serial port WAN interface cards feature Cisco’s new, compact, high-density Smart Serial connector to support a
wide variety of electrical interfaces when used with the appropriate transition cable.
Figure 6
Dual-Port High-Speed Serial WIC (up to 2 Mbps/Port)
Serial ports
SERIAL 0
CONN
CONN
WIC
2T
CONN
WIC
2A/S
H11496
SERIAL 1
SEE MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLATION
CONN LEDs
Figure 7
Dual-Port Async/Sync Serial WIC (up to 128 Kbps/Port)
Serial ports
SERIAL 0
CONN
SEE MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLATION
H11497
SERIAL 1
CONN LEDs
Table 5 WAN Interface Cards for the Cisco 2600 Series Cisco 2600 Series WAN WICs
Cisco
2600XM
Cisco 2691
X
X
X
X
X
1-port four-wire 56/64 Kbps CSU/DSU
X
X
X
WIC-1T
1-port high speed serial
X
X
X
WIC-2T
2-port high speed serial
X
X
X
WIC-2A/S
2-port async/sync serial
X
X
X
WIC-1B-S/T
1-port ISDN BRI
X
X
X
Product Number
Description
WIC-1DSU-T1-V2
T1/Fractional T1 CSU/DSU
WIC-1DSU-T1 1
T1/Fractional T1 CSU/DSU
WIC-1DSU-56K2
Cisco 2612
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Table 5 WAN Interface Cards for the Cisco 2600 Series Cisco 2600 Series WAN WICs (Continued)
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco
2600XM
Cisco 2691
WIC-1B-U-V2
1-port ISDN BRI with NT1
X
X
X
WIC-1AM3
1-port Analog Modem interface card
X
X
X
WIC-2AM3
2-port Analog Modem interface card
X
X
X
WIC-1ADSL-DG
1-port ADSL WAN Interface with Dying
Gasp
X
X
WIC-1ADSL4
1-port ADSL WAN Interface
X
X
WIC-1ADSL-I-DG
1-port ADSLoISDN WAN Interface
X
X
WIC-1SHDSL-V2
1-port G.SHDSL WAN Interface with two or
four wire support
X
X
WIC-1SHDSL2
1-port G.SHDSL WAN Interface
X
X
X
X
1. Requires Cisco IOS 12.0(5)XK or later.
2. Requires Cisco IOS 12.2(4)XL or later.
3. Requires Cisco IOS 12.2(2)XB or later and IOS IP Plus feature set.
4. Requires Cisco IOS 12.1(5)YB, 12.2(2)XK, 12.2(4)T or later.
Table 6 Voice Interface Cards for Use with the Voice/Fax Network Modules Module Voice Interface Cards
supported for use with the Voice/Fax NMs
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
Cisco 2691
VIC-2BRI-S/T-TE1
2-port BRI S/T terminal equipment voice/
fax interface card for voice/fax NM
X
X
X
VIC2-2BRI-NT/TE3
2-port BRI (NT and TE) Voice Interface
module
X
X
VIC-2BRI-NT/TE3
2-port BRI (NT and TE) Voice Interface
module
X
X
X
VIC-2FXS
2-port FXS voice/fax interface card for
voice/fax NM
X
X
X
VIC2-2FXS
2-port FXS voice/fax interface card for
voice/fax NM
X
X
VIC-4FXS/DID
4-port FXS voice/fax interface card. (Note:
The DID feature is not supported at this
time.)
X
X
VIC-2FXO-M12
2-port FXO voice/fax interface card for
voice/fax NM w/ Caller ID & supervisory
disconnect (North American version and
other countries)
X
X
X
VIC-2FXO
2-port FXO voice/fax interface card for
voice/fax network module (North
American version and other countries)
X
X
X
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Table 6 Voice Interface Cards for Use with the Voice/Fax Network Modules Module Voice Interface Cards
supported for use with the Voice/Fax NMs (Continued)
Product Number
Description
VIC2-2FXO
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
Cisco 2691
Two-port Voice Interface Card—FXO
(Universal)
X
X
VIC2-4FXO
Four-port Voice Interface Card—FXO
(Universal)
X
X
VIC-2FXO-M22
2-port FXO voice/fax interface card with
Caller ID and supervisory disconnect
(Europe version)
X
X
X
VIC-2FXO-EU
2-port FXO voice/fax interface card
(Europe version)
X
X
X
VIC-2FXO-M3
2-port FXO voice/fax interface card for
Australia
X
X
X
VIC-2E/M
2-port E&M voice/fax interface card for
voice/fax network module
X
X
X
VIC2-2E/M
2-port E&M voice/fax interface card for
voice/fax network module
X
X
VIC-2DI
2-port DID (Direct Inward Dial) voice/fax
interface card
X
X
X
VIC-2CAMA
Two-port CAMA trunk interface card
X
X
X
1. Supported with Cisco IOS 12.0(3)T or later.
2. Supported with Cisco IOS 12.1(2)XH or later.
Table 7 Cisco 2600 Series Supported Multiflex Voice/WAN Interface Cards for Use with Voice/Fax Network
Modules and as a Standalone WAN Interface Cisco 2600 Series Multiflex Voice/WAN WICs
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
Cisco 2691
VWIC-1MFT-T11
1-port T1/Fractional T1 Multiflex Trunk
with CSU/DSU
X
X
X
VWIC-2MFT-T11
2-port T1/Fractional T1 Multiflex Trunk
with CSU/DSU
X
X
X
VWIC-2MFT-T1-DI1
2-port T1/Fractional T1 Multiflex Trunk
with CSU/DSU and Drop & Insert
X
X
X
VWIC-1MFT-E11
1-port E1/Fractional E1 Multiflex Trunk
with DSU
X
X
X
VWIC-2MFT-E11
2-port E1/Fractional E1 Multiflex Trunk
with DSU
X
X
X
VWIC-2MFT-E1-DI1
2-port E1/Fractional E1 Multiflex Trunk
with DSU and Drop & Insert
X
X
X
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Table 7 Cisco 2600 Series Supported Multiflex Voice/WAN Interface Cards for Use with Voice/Fax Network
Modules and as a Standalone WAN Interface Cisco 2600 Series Multiflex Voice/WAN WICs (Continued)
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
Cisco 2691
VWIC-1MFT-G7032
1-port G.703 Multiflex Trunk
X
X
X
VWIC-2MFT-G7032
2-port G703 Multiflex Trunk
X
X
X
1. Requires Cisco IOS 12.0(5)XK or later.
2. Requires Cisco IOS 12.1(1)T or later.
Advanced Integration Module Options
All Cisco 2600 Series are equipped with an internal slot to support one or two field-installable AIMs. AIMs use
function-specific hardware to off-load the main router CPU and accelerate processor- or resource-intensive services,
yielding dramatically higher throughput and higher performance than a software-only implementation. The AIM slot
has access to virtually all of the router’s resources, including the main system bus. The TDM bus and the serial
communications controllers make this a very flexible and powerful feature. Since the AIM is internally mounted,
external slots remain available for integration of other modular components such as CSU/DSUs, WAN interfaces,
or other devices such as modems, or packetized voice/fax processors.
The Data Compression AIM provides a cost-effective option for reducing recurring WAN costs and maximizes the
benefit of the advanced bandwidth management features of the Cisco IOS software. With compression ratios of up
to 4:1, the Data Compression AIM supports 8Mbps of compressed data throughput without imposing additional
traffic latency—enough to keep two T1 or E1 circuits full of compressed data in both directions simultaneously.
The Data Compression AIM supports industry standard LZS and Microsoft Point-to-Point Compression (MPPC)
algorithms and ensures compatibility with all Cisco products supporting hardware- or software-based compression.
For example, the Data Encryption AIM offloads encryption processing from the Cisco 2600 Series CPU, providing
10 times the performance over software-only encryption. The new AIM-VPN/BPII and AIM-VPN/EPII supports a
maximum number of 800 remote access tunnels when using the Cisco 2600 models. These modules offer hardware
accelerated DES/3DES and the new AES (Advanced Encryption standard) encryption at speeds up to 80-Mbps
performance (max based on 1400 byte packet size). In addition the AIM-VPN/BPII and AIM-VPN/EPII support
hardware-assisted layer-3 compression services where bandwidth conservation may lower network connection costs.
The new AIM-ATM provides a high-performance hardware-based ATM access solution for one to four T1 or E1
connections supported by the T1 or E1 VWICs (for example, VWIC-IMFT-T1). This frees the network module slot
to support other functions. When used in combination with a high density voice network module (NM-HDV-xxx),
the ATM AIM supports ATM adaptation layer (AAL) 2 and AAL5 VoATM. In addition, the new ATM-VOICE-30
and ATM-ATM-VOICE-30 AIMs provides a cost effective solution for supporting voice services or digital voice over
ATM (AAL2 and AAL5) support, without the use of a network module.
Table 8 Advanced Integration Module for the Cisco 2600 Series Cisco 2600 Series AIMs
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
AIM-COMPR2
Data Compression AIM for the Cisco
2600 Series (requires IOS software
release 12.02T or later)
X
X
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Cisco 2691
Table 8 Advanced Integration Module for the Cisco 2600 Series Cisco 2600 Series AIMs
Product Number
Description
Cisco 2612
Cisco 2600XM
Cisco 2691
AIM-COMPR4
Data Compression AIM for the
Cisco2691, 3660 and 3700 Series
AIM-VPN/BP
DES/3DES Data VPN Encryption AIM
for the Cisco 2600 series
AIM-VPN/BPII
DES/3DES/AES VPN Encryption &
Compression Module for 2600XM
AIM-VPN/EP1
DES/3DES Data VPN Encryption AIM
for the Cisco 2600 series
AIM-VPN/EPII
DES/3DES/AES VPN Encryption &
Compression Module for 2691/3725
AIM-ATM
High Performance ATM Advanced
Integration Module
X
X
X
AIM-VOICE-30
30 Channel T1/E1 Digital Voice Module
(requires IOS software release IOS
12.2(2)XB or later)
X
X
X
AIM-ATM-VOICE-30
ATM SAR and 30 Channel T1/E1 Digital
Voice Module (requires IOS software
release IOS 12.2(2)XB or later)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
1. Recommended with the Cisco 265x and 265xXM.
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