Data Sheet
Cisco 2600 Series Modular Access Router Family
including the 261x, 262x, 265x, and 2691
Now includes the Cisco 2600XM, 2651XM-V, 2651XM-V-SRST and 2691 models
The Cisco 2600 series is an award-winning
addition, a number of new 2600 Series
family of modular multiservice access
product bundles have been introduced
routers, providing flexible LAN and WAN
including the 2651XM-V and
configurations, multiple security options,
2651XM-V-SRST voice gateway router
voice/data integration, and a range of high
bundles, 2600XM and 2691VPN bundles,
performance processors. The wide range of
and 2600XM DSL bundles. These bundles
features, interfaces, and flexibility of adding
offer an additional cost savings and provide
over 50 modules makes the Cisco 2600
easy ordering to meet branch office
family the ideal branch-office router for
requirements.
today's and tomorrow's customer
requirements.
New Models in Cisco 2600
The latest additions to the Cisco 2600
Family: 2600XM and 2691
Series family of Modular Routers include
The new Cisco 2600XM models are based
the Cisco 2600XM models and Cisco 2691.
on the current Cisco 2600 platform
These new models deliver extended
architecture, and extend the performance
performance, higher density, enhanced
by as much as 33%. The new models also
security performance and increased
increase default platform memory and
concurrent application support to meet the
provide increases in memory capacity at the
growing demands of branch offices. In
same price points when compared to the
current Cisco 2600 models. The new XM
functionality provides the same proven
Figure 1
Cisco 2600 Series Modular
Access Routers
technology of the current Cisco 2600 Series
platforms, including Cisco IOS® software
mainline feature support and the
modularity of Network Modules (NMs),
WAN Interface Cards (WICs) and
Advanced Integration Modules (AIMs).
Enterprises considering the Cisco 2600 for
branch office applications should now
regard the Cisco 2600XM as the
preferential platform for delivering high
performing, flexible solutions to branch and
remote offices. Another addition to the
Cisco 2600 Series family is the Cisco 2691.
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The highest performing router in the Cisco 2600 family that extends the density of emerging branch office
applications, the Cisco 2691 offers almost twice the performance of the Cisco 2650XM platform while leveraging
the same modules from other Cisco 2600, Cisco 3600 and Cisco 3700 Series routers. Driven by the need to push
increased numbers of applications from Enterprise headquarters to the remote office, this platform provides a higher
level of performance for a broadened range of concurrent remote office applications, including unparalleled voice/
data integration, Virtual Private Network (VPN) performance, increased bandwidth to support voice and video
applications, and the delivery of Web-based applications. Compared to the Cisco 2600XM models, the new Cisco
2691 is designed to offer a higher degree of versatility, providing greater throughput for higher density WAN
applications, support for high-speed interfaces and increased performance to handle new services.
Cisco 2600 Series Modular Access Router Family: Introduction
As companies grow, the diversity of protocols, increased performance, LAN media, WAN services, and networking
equipment required to support mission-critical network services expand dramatically. With extensive support for
multiprotocol data routing, voice/data integration, DSL access, ATM, dial access services, and integrated switching,
the Cisco 2600 Series provides a flexible, scalable integrated solution that simplifies the process of deploying and
managing the branch office network solutions.
The Cisco 2600 Series offers a comprehensive feature set ideal for solutions requiring the following support:
• Multiservice voice/data integration
• VPN access with Firewall and Encryption options
• Analog dial access services
• Routing with bandwidth management
• Inter-VLAN routing
• Delivery of high-speed business class DSL access
• Cost effective ATM access
• Integration of flexible routing and low density switching
• Integration of Content Networking
The foundations of these solutions are the Cisco IOS elements of security, availability, Quality of Service (QoS),
manageability, and integration. Combined, these features support the delivery of distributed intelligence that extends
to the branch office. By delivering powerful business tools and applications to the branch, enterprises can realize the
business benefits of increased productivity, cost reductions and scalable exchange of information.
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. Modular interfaces are shared
with the Cisco 1700, 3600 and 3700 Series, providing unrivaled investment protection and reducing the complexity
of managing the remote network solution by integrating the functions of multiple separate devices into a single,
compact unit. NMs available for the Cisco 2600, 3600, and 3700 Series support a broad range of applications,
including multiservice voice/data integration, integrated switching, analog and ISDN dial access, and serial device
concentration.
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The integration of field-installable AIMs enhance the performance of the Cisco 2600 Series by off-loading
processor-intensive functions onto a dedicated coprocessor while preserving external interface slots for other
applications. A variety of AIMs are currently supported on all Cisco 2600, Cisco 3660 and Cisco 3700 Series routers,
providing high-performance hardware-assisted data compression, data encryption (ideal for VPNs), ATM, and new
DSP functionality for up to 30 digital voice channels
Cisco Systems continues to deliver enterprise and provider-class versatility, integration, and power to branch offices
with new members of the Cisco 2600 Series Modular Router Family. The Cisco 2600XM models and Cisco 2691,
the latest additions to the Cisco 2600 Series routers, provide increased performance, higher service density and
greater flexibility for service options to address evolving branch office requirements.
Cisco 2600 Series Modular Access Router Family: Overview
Driven by a powerful CPU processor along with high-performance DSPs and auxiliary processors on various
interfaces, the Cisco 2600 Series supports the advanced QoS, security, and network integration features required in
today's evolving branch offices.
Each of the Cisco 2610 through Cisco 2651 and XM versions supports one Network Module (NM) slot, two WAN
Interface Card slots, and one AIM slot. 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.
One NM slot is provided on the Cisco 2691, offering the same format as the current Cisco 2600 family series of
routers, but includes one additional WIC and AIM slot for applications that require increased service requirements.
Table 1 Platform Overview
Performance
(Up to Kpps)
DRAM
(Default
MB/Max
MB)
FLASH
(Default
MB/Max
MB)
Included
IOS
Feature
Set
Platform
NMs
AIMs
WICs
Fixed
LAN
Ports
CISCO2610/11
1
1
2
1 E/2E
15
32/64
8/16
IOS IP
CISCO2610XM/
11XM
1
1
2
1 FE/
2FE
20
32/128
16/48
IOS IP
CISCO2612
1
1
2
1TR/1E
15
32/64
8/16
IOS IP
CISCO2620/21
1
1
2
1 FE/
2FE
25
32/64
8/32
IOS IP
CISCO2620XM/
21XM
1
1
2
1 FE/
2FE
30
32/128
16/48
IOS IP
CISCO2650/51
1
1
2
1 FE/
2FE
37
32
8/32
IOS IP
CISCO2650XM/
51XM
1
1
2
1 FE/
2FE
40
64/128
16/48
IOS IP
CISCO2691
1
2
3
2 FE
70
64/256
32/128
IOS IP
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Key Benefits
The Cisco 2600 Series supports a wide range of performance and scalability for Branch Office networking solutions,
allowing businesses to extend a cost-effective, seamless network infrastructure to the branch office with the following
benefits:
• Investment protection—Support for field-upgradeable modular components on the Cisco 2600 Series allows
customers to easily change network interfaces without a "forklift upgrade" of the entire branch office network.
The AIM slot(s) further protect investments by offering the expandability to support advanced services such as
hardware-assisted data compression, data encryption, ATM data/voice access, or DSP digital voice applications.
Compared to other models in the Cisco 2600 series, the Cisco 2691 provides an additional WIC and AIM slot,
offering greater support for advanced services.
• Lower cost of ownership—By integrating the functions of switches, CSU/DSUs, ISDN Network Termination
(NT1) devices, firewall, modems, compression or encryption devices, and other equipment found in branch office
wiring closets in a single, compact unit, the Cisco 2600 Series provides a space-saving solution that can be
managed remotely using network management applications.
• Integrated Flexible Routing and Low Density Switching—With support of an optional 16-port 10/100
EtherSwitch network module, branch offices can take advantage of the flexibility of integrated routing and
switching functions in one unit for low port densities. This offers high-speed connections between individual
desktops, servers, and other network resources in a single unit for Layer 2 and allows WAN connection at Layer
3 through the router. An optional external power chassis provides in-line power to IP Phones and to Aironet
802.11 Base Stations.
• Integration of Content Networking and Branch—Office Routing-With the integration of an optional Content
Engine Network Module with branch-office routing, Cisco offers the industry's first and only router-integrated
content-delivery system. Combining intelligent caching, content routing and management with robust
branch-office routing, WAN bandwidth is conserved for important branch IP services such as voice over IP
(VoIP), while simplifying \configuration, deployment, and operations.
• Voice/Data integration—Cisco offers the industry's broadest, most scalable multiservice voice/data integration
solution set. The Cisco 2600 Series allows network managers to provide scalable analog and digital telephony
without investing in a one-time solution, allowing enterprises greater control of their converged telephony needs.
Using the Voice/Fax modules, the Cisco 2600 Series may be deployed in both Voice over IP (VoIP) and Voice over
Frame Relay (VoFR) networks. The packet voice trunk network module supports up to 60 simultaneous voice
calls as well as supporting routing and other services. When used with the ATM-AIM, VoATM using AAL2 or
AAL5 can be deployed.
• Enterprise/Provider class solution—Meets the requirements of multiservice enterprises and their managed service
CPE providers with high reliability features, multiple WAN connections, and the ability to migrate from
data-only to time-division multiplexing (TDM) voice and data to packetized voice and data infrastructure.
• Security—The wide range of Virtual Private Network modules (VPN) optimize the Cisco 2600 Series platforms
for virtual private networks (VPNs). Ideal for use in enterprise branch offices for connecting remote offices,
mobile users, and partner extranets or service provider managed-services customer premises equipment (CPE),
the Cisco 2600 Series VPN Modules delivers a rich integrated package of routing, firewall, intrusion-detection,
and VPN functions.
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• Business-Class DSL Connectivity—The introduction of the WIC-ADSL and WIC-1SHDSL, offers business-class
broadband service with scalable performance, flexibility, and security for branch and regional offices. The Cisco
2600 Series provides an ideal solution for a variety of businesses requiring high-speed business-class DSL
connectivity on a secure, high-performance modular platform.
Key Features and Benefits
The Cisco 2600 Series brings a cost-effective combination of versatility, integration, and increased performance to
remote branch offices with the key features listed in Table 2.
Table 2 Cisco 2600 Series Key Features and Benefits
Feature
Benefit
Versatility and Investment Protection
Modular Architecture which shares interfaces with
Cisco 1700, 3600, and 3700 Series Routers
• Network interfaces are field-upgradeable to
accommodate future technologies
• Additional services can be added on an “integrate as you
grow” basis
• Leverages the large existing portfolio of WICs, VICs, NMs
and AIMs shared across platforms to reduce sparing,
training, configuration and installation and maintenance
costs
LAN/WAN connectivity integrated into chassis
• Voice/WAN Interface Card support can be used for WAN
(data-only) connectivity then re-deployed to support
channelized voice and data or packet voice applications
• Integrated 10/100 Ethernet ports on most platforms
• Combination of AIMs and WICs along with NMs provides
greater flexibility to create new configurations as
requirements change
Flexible voice gateway and IP Telephony
configurations
• Enables incremental migration from TDM infrastructure
to IP Telephony
• Compatibility with over 90% of the world’s TDM PBXs
• Configuration options for higher density and mixed
analog/digital gateway configurations
• New 2651XM-V and 2651XM-V-SRST voice gateway
bundles include the features needed for immediate
integration of voice and data
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
DC power supply option platforms
Allows deployment in DC power environments such as
telecommunications carrier central offices (not 2691)
Enterprise/Managed Service CPE-Class Performance
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Table 2 Cisco 2600 Series Key Features and Benefits
Feature
Benefit
High-Performance architecture
• 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 cost-effective, software-based data
compression and data encryption
• Integration of legacy networks via data link switching
plus (DLSW+) and Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking
(APPN)
• High-speed routing performance of up to 70,000 packets
per second for maximum scalability to support more
concurrent functions (Cisco 2691)
Security
• Cisco IOS Firewall feature sets provide support for
advanced security features such as Context-Based
Access Control (CBAC), Java blocking, denial of service
protection, intrusion detection, and audit trails
• Enables security features such as data encryption,
tunneling, and user authentication and authorization for
VPN access
• Provides support for Advanced Encryption Standard
(AES) (12.2.13T)
• Three optional encryption AIMs are offered, providing up
to 80-Mbps of encryption performance
Cisco IOS software
• Supports common Cisco IOS feature sets as used on the
Cisco 2600, 3600 and 3700 routers
• New releases of Cisco IOS software add support for new
services and applications
• Enables end to end solution support for Cisco IOS-based
QoS and Security mechanisms
• Full range of VoIP and Security/Routing features
Reliability
Support for optional redundant power
• Accommodates optional RPS and minimizes network
downtime
• RPS can be shared with other network components such
as the Cisco Catalyst 1900 Series to protect the network
from downtime due to power failures
Survivable Remote Site Telephony
Enables branch offices to leverage centralized voice
applications while cost-effectively providing backup
redundancy
Dial-on-Demand routing
Allows automatic backup of WAN connection in case of a
primary link failure
QoS
Full support for Cisco IOS-based QoS mechanisms
Enhanced utilization of network resources and guarantees
quality, reliability and efficiency in voice and data service
delivery
Ergonomic Design
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Table 2 Cisco 2600 Series Key Features and Benefits
Feature
Benefit
LED status Indicators
Provide at-a-glance indications for power, RPS status,
network activity, and interface status
All network interfaces located on back of unit
Simplifies installation and cable management for
maximum uptime
Easy-to-Open chassis design
Allows fast and easy access for installation of memory or
AIMs
Simplified Management
Integrated CSU/DSU, add/drop multiplexers, Analog
Modems and NT1 options
Enables remote management of all Customer Premise
Equipment (CPE) elements for higher network availability
and lower operational costs
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
VLAN support
Enables inter-VLAN routing via the Cisco Inter-Switch Link
(ISL) protocol and 802.1Q (Requires a Cisco IOS “Plus”
feature set)
Cisco 2600 Series Hardware/Software Options
Cisco 2600 Series routers offer a choice of Ethernet, Token Ring, and autosensing 10/100 Ethernet LAN interfaces.
In addition, depending on the model, one Network Module slot, two or three WAN Interface Card slots, and one or
two AIM slots as well as one 115.2 Kbps console port and one 115.2Kbps auxiliary asynchronous port.
Network Module Options
NMs enable the Cisco 2600 Series to be customized to meet the needs of virtually any branch office. These modules
support a broad range of applications, including multiservice voice/data integration, analog and ISDN dial access,
ATM access, integration of low density switching, content networking and serial device concentration (refer to
Appendix A for the complete list of supported Network Modules for the Cisco 2600 Series).
Other advantages of the NM are to provide integrated services onto one platform for greater management of services
and ease of operations. By offering NMs such as the Etherswitch and Content Engine Network Modules, services
are integrated onto a single platform. Both modules provide the advantage of integrating switching or content with
routing onto one platform for greater management and ease of operation.
The Cisco 16-port 10/100 EtherSwitch module combines robust Layer 3 flexible WAN routing with low-density
line-rate Layer 2 switching, providing straightforward configuration, easy deployment and integrated management
in a single platform. The EtherSwitch modules utilize the powerful features available in both Cisco IOS® software
and Catalyst switching, with hardware supporting 802.1p Layer 2 prioritization, while Cisco IOS software supports
Layer 3 DiffServ and Class of Service (CoS) markings for critical business data.
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Figure 2: 16-Port Etherswitch Network Module
Cisco's Content Engine Network Modules offer the industry's first and only router-integrated content-delivery
system. Combining intelligent caching, content routing, and management with robust branch-office routing
conserves WAN bandwidth for important branch IP services such as voice over IP (VoIP), while simplifying
\configuration, deployment, and operation.
Figure 3: Content Engine Network Modules
Multiflex Voice/WAN Interface Card and WAN Interface Card Options
The Cisco 2600 Series WIC slots now support 19 interface cards with the introduction of the 1-port G.shdsl and 1
or 2-port analog modem WICs. Most of these interface cards are available for the Cisco 1700, 3600 and 3700 Series,
including the new single and dual port Multiflex VWICs and dual port serial WICs to maximize interface density and
slot efficiency.
The Cisco 2600 Series of modular routers support both ADSL and the G.shdsl WICs. These offerings bring
high-speed business class broadband service to the award winning Cisco 2600 Series of multiservice routers. Now
small- to medium-businesses, enterprise branch offices, and service provider managed service users can take
advantage of a highly flexible and scalable solution for data only or voice and data integration, with secure VPN
options.
The single and dual port Multiflex VWICs combine WAN Interface Card and VIC functionality to provide
unparalleled flexibility, versatility, and investment protection from its many uses. Supporting up to T1 and E1 rates
with integrated T1 CSU/DSUs or E1 DSUs, the Multiflex VWICs can be used in data-only, channelized (drop and
insert) voice/data integration applications as well as packet voice/data connections to a PBX or the PSTN (packet
voice requires the use of the high density voice trunk network module). Unlike legacy multibox voice and data
components, when used in a Cisco 2600 or 3600, the T1/E1 Multiflex VWICs deliver a single-box voice and data
platform providing a graceful migration from data only, to channelized voice and data, to packet voice and data
(Refer to Appendix B for the complete list of supported Voice/WAN modules for the Cisco 2600 Series).
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Figure 4: Dual-Port Multiflex T1 VWIC with Drop and Insert
The dual-port serial WICs feature the Cisco new, compact, high-density Smart Serial connector to support a wide
variety of electrical interfaces when used with the appropriate transition cables. Ports on each card can be configured
individually to support a variety of synchronous or asynchronous protocols.
Figure 5: Dual-Port High-Speed Serial WAN Interface Card (up to 8 Mbps/card)
Serial ports
SERIAL 0
CONN
CONN
WIC
2T
SEE MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLATION
H11496
SERIAL 1
CONN LEDs
Figure 6: Dual-Port Async/Sync Serial WAN Interface Card (up to 128 Kbps/port)
Serial ports
SERIAL 0
CONN
WIC
CONN 2A/S
SEE MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLATION
H11497
SERIAL 1
CONN LEDs
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.
The Data Encryption AIM offloads encryption processing from the Cisco 2600 Series CPU, providing 10 times the
performance over software-only encryption. The AIM-VPN/BP supports a maximum number of 300 remote access
tunnels and a maximum of 800 remote access tunnels when using the Cisco 2600XM models. In comparison, the
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AIM-VPN/EP provides support for a maximum number of 800 remote access tunnels, but also provides greater triple
Data Encryption Standard (3DES) performance when compared to the AIM-VPN/BP. The AIM-VPN/EP is designed
to take advantage of the performance power of the Cisco 265x, Cisco 265xXM and Cisco 2691.
The recently released AIM-VPN/EPII further extends the encryption performance of the Cisco 2691. This Module
offers 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/EPII supports
hardware-assisted layer-3 compression services where bandwidth conservation may lower network connection costs.
Figure 7: VPN/EPII Encryption AIM
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 AIM-VOICE-30
and AIM-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 (refer to Appendix C for the complete list of
supported AIM modules for the Cisco 2600 Series).
Cisco IOS Software
The Cisco 2600 Series supports over fifteen different Cisco IOS feature sets, from a wide range of Cisco IOS features.
This includes a variety of intranet, multiprotocol, QoS, and Security applications in use today. The Cisco 2600 Series
offers four base protocol feature sets and a combination of premium feature options including the Plus, encryption
and firewall feature sets.
The base feature sets are:
• IP
• IP/IPX/AppleTalk
• Enterprise
• Enterprise SNA Switch
The Base feature sets support popular protocols and standards such as NAT, OSPF, Border Gateway Protocol (BGP),
Remote Access Dial-In User Service (RADIUS), IP Multicast, RMON, and WAN optimization features (such as
Bandwidth on Demand; Custom, Priority and Weighted Fair Queuing, Dial Back-up and RSVP).
The following Premium feature sets are offered in combination with the above base feature sets:
• Plus
• Plus with IPSec Encryption (56-bit and 168-bit with 3DES)
• Firewall
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• Plus Firewall
• Plus with Encryption and Firewall
The Plus feature sets contain an additional number of value-added features such as legacy mainframe protocols,
DLSw, L2TP, L2F, Voice/Data integration, Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), VLANs, Netflow, etc. Additional
feature sets include IPSec, and 3DES encryption, as well as Firewall capabilities with intrusion detection.
The Remote Access Services feature set includes various management, multicast, security (excluding encryption),
protocol translation, remote node and terminal services and some LAN and WAN service and optimization protocols
but excludes some of the above base feature set standards.
The Cisco 2691 also supports the Cisco IOS IP/H.323 Gatekeeper feature set, providing the H.323 industry standard
gatekeeper functionality needed for scalable multiservice networks. As a H.323 gatekeeper, the Cisco 2600 is
dedicated to supporting voice and video conferencing call-setup, proxy, directory maintenance among other
responsibilities; it does not support multi-protocol routing.
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.
Technical Specifications
The Cisco 2600 Series provides unparalleled flexibility and port density options for branch offices. The following
table highlights a few of the Cisco 2600 configuration possibilities:
Table 3 Maximum Cisco 2600 Port Densities
Application
Max. # Cisco
261x–265x
Supported
CiscoXM
Cisco 2691
Simultaneous Voice Calls as a stand-alone voice
gateway
up to 90 digital[1]
2 to 16 analog
up to 90 digital[1]
2 to 16 analog
90 digital
16 analog
T1/E1 Connections (including ATM)
8
8
10
Integrated Analog Modems
16
16
22
ISDN PRI (B channels)
64
64
64
ISDN BRI
12
12
14
Asynchronous Serial
37
37
39
Synchronous Serial
12
12
14
DSL Connections
4
4
5
EtherSwitch ports
16
16
16
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1 Requires a Cisco 265x or 265xXM for 90 channels
Table 4 Cisco 2600 Series System Specifications
Cisco 2600
Series Models
2610/
11XM
2620/
21XM
2650/
51XM
8MB/32MB
16MB/
48MB
16MB/
48MB
16MB/
48MB
32MB/
128MB
(Compact
Flash)
32MB/
64MB
32MB/
128MB
32MB/
128MB
32MB/
128MB
64MB/
128MB
64MB/
256MB
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
Onboard AIM
(Internal) Slot
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
Console Port
(up to 115.2
kbps)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Aux Port (up to
115.2 kbps)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Minimum
Cisco IOS
Release
11.3T or
later and
12.0.1
mainline
12.0(3)T or
later and
12.1.1
mainline
12.1(3)T or
later and
12.2.1
mainline
12.1(14)
mainline,
12.2(12)
mainline,
12.2(8)T1or
later
12.1(14)
mainline,
12.2(12)
mainline,
12.2(8)T1or
later
12.1(14)
mainline,
12.2(12)
mainline,
12.2(8)T1or
later
12.2(8)T1
or later
Onboard LAN
Ports
1 to 2
Ethernet
ports
1 to 2
10/100 FE
ports
1 to 2
10/100 FE
ports
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
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
Yes, 19’
and 23”
options
Yes, 19’ and
23” options
Wall Mounting
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
2610-12
2620/21
2650/51
Flash Memory
(Default/Max)
8MB/16MB
8MB/32MB
System
Memory
(Default/Max)
32MB/
64MB
Integrated WIC
Slots
2691
Power Requirements
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
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
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@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
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Table 4 Cisco 2600 Series System Specifications
Cisco 2600
Series Models
2610-12
2620/21
2650/51
2610/
11XM
2620/
21XM
2650/
51XM
2691
AC input
voltage
100 to
240VAC
100 to
240VAC
100 to
240VAC
100 to
240VAC
100 to
240VAC
100 to
240VAC
100 to
240VAC
AC input
current
1.5 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
1.5 A
2 A max @
100VAC; 1A
max @
240VAC
AC Frequency
47-63 Hz
47-63 Hz
47-63 Hz
47-63 Hz
47-63 Hz
47-63 Hz
47-63 Hz
DC Input
Voltage
-38 to
-75VDC
-38 to
-75VDC
-38 to
-75VDC
-38 to
-75VDC
-38 to
-75VDC
-38 to
-75VDC
N/A
DC Input
Current
Current:
2.0 amps
Current:
2.0 amps
Current:
2.0 amps
Current:
2.0 amps
Current:
2.0 amps
Current:
2.0 amps
N/A
Power
Dissipation
75W (max),
260 Btus/hr
75W (max),
260 Btus/hr
75W (max),
260 Btus/hr
75W (max),
260 Btus/hr
75W (max),
260 Btus/hr
75W (max),
260 Btus/hr
215W
(max), 745
BTU/hr
Environmental Specifications
Operating
temperature
-32 to 104 F
(0 to 40 C)
-32 to 104 F
(0 to 40 C)
-32 to 104 F
(0 to 40 C)
-32 to 104 F
(0 to 40 C)
-32 to 104 F
(0 to 40 C)
-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)
-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%
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
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)
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
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)
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
38-dbA
38-dbA
45-dbA
Regulatory Compliance
Safety
All Platforms—UL 60950:2000, NOM019:1998, EN 60950:1992+A1+A2+A3+A4, ACATS 001: 1993
ACA AS3260:1997
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Table 4 Cisco 2600 Series System Specifications
Cisco 2600
Series Models
Regulatory
Compliance
2610-12
2620/21
2650/51
2610/
11XM
2620/
21XM
2650/
51XM
2691
All Platforms—FCC Class A and Canadian DOC Class A, EN55022:1998, CISPR22:1997,
EN61000-3-2:1995, EN61000-3-3:1995, EN300386:2000, EN55024/EN55082-1, AS/NZS3548:1998,
47-CFR-15:1997, VCCI:V-3/2000, VCCI Class A, CNS 13438
The Cisco 2600 Series conforms to a number of safety, EMI, immunity, and network homologation standards.
Additional details can be obtained through your Cisco reseller or account manager.
Summary
The Cisco 2600 Series Modular Routers extends the versatility, integration, and power to corporate branch offices,
by providing more performance and increased density for multiple applications. Companies can consolidate the
functions of multiple separate devices into a single, compact package that can be managed remotely. Because the
Cisco 2600 Series is modular, interface configurations are easily customized to accommodate a wide variety of
network applications, such as branch office data access, integrated switching, multiservice voice/data integration, dial
access services, VPN access and firewall protection, inter-VLAN routing and serial device concentration. The Cisco
2600 Series is ideal for sites and solutions requiring the highest levels of integration at the edge for Branch Office IP
Telephony, voice gateway, and integrated flexible routing with low-density switching solutions.
Cisco Service and Support
Leading-edge technology deserves leading-edge support. SMARTnet™ technical 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
• Full access rights to Cisco.com technical libraries for technical assistance, electronic commerce, and product
information
• 24-hour-a-day access to the industry's largest dedicated technical support staff
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Module Support
Appendix A: Cisco 2600 Series NMs
Serial and ATM NMs (requires IOS release 11.3 (3)T or later)
Product
Number
Description
Cisco
261x–265x
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
1,2
NM-8T1-ATM
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-T31,4
1-Port DS3 ATM NM
X
X
X
NM-1A-E31,4
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-4T8
4-port Serial network module
X
LAN/LAN/WAN NMs
Product
Number
Description
Cisco
261x–265x
Cisco
2600XM
Cisco 2691
NM-2FE2W
2 10/100 Ethernet 2 WAN Card Slot network
module
X
NM-1FE2W
1 10/100 Ethernet 2 WAN Card Slot network
module
X
NM-1FE1R2W
1 10/100 Ethernet 14/16 Token-Ring 2 WAN Card
Slot network module
X
NM-1FE-FX8
One port Fast Ethernet network module, FX Only
X
NM-1FE-FX-V28
One port Fast Ethernet network module, FX Only
X
NM-2W
Two-WAN interface card slot network module,
(WAN I/F cards offered separately)
X
X
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
NM-1GE
1 port Gigabit Ethernet Network Module
NM-1T3/E312
1 port Clear Channel
X
X
X
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X
Dial, ISDN, Analog Modems & Chan Serial NM (11.3 (4) T or later)
Cisco
261x–265x
Cisco
2600XM
Cisco 2691
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-8AM8
8 analog modem network module
X
X
X
NM-16AM8
16 analog modem network module
X
X
X
NM-1HSSI
1-port HSSI network module
Product Number
Description
NM-1CT1
X
Voice/Fax NMs
Product Number
Description
Cisco
261x–26
5x
NM-HDV-1T1-121,2
12-channel T1 high density voice/fax network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1E1-121,3
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
Cisco
2600XM
Cisco
2691
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Voice/Fax NMs
Product Number
Description
Cisco
261x–26
5x
NM-HDV-1E1-301,3
30-channel E1 high density voice/fax network module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1E1-30E1,3
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-2E1-601,3
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
NM-16ESW-PWR5
16Port 10/100 Etherswitch NM with Power card
X
X
X
NM-16ESW5
16Port 10/100 Etherswitch NM
X
X
X
EM-HDA-8FXS5
8 port voice/fax expansion module FXS
X
X
X
NM-HDA-4FXS5
High Density analog voice/fax network module with 4
FXS
X
X
X
EM-HDA-4FXO5
4 port voice/fax expansion module FXO
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1J1-30 7, 8
1-Port 30-Channel J1 High-Density Voice Network
Module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-1J1-30E 7, 8
1-Port 30-Enhanced Channel J1 High-Density Voice
Network
X
X
X
NM-1T3/E39
Single port T3/E3 Network Module
X
X
X
NM-HDV-FARM-C361
Network Module 36 Port DSP Farm Bundle
X11
X
X
Network Module 54 Port DSP Farm Bundle
X11
X
X
Network Module 90 Port DSP Farm Bundle
X11
X
X
Cisco
2600XM
Cisco
2691
0
NM-HDV-FARM-C541
0
NM-HDV-FARM-C901
0
NM-1A-OC3MM10
Single port ATM OC-3 Multimode network module (up to 2
X
km)
NM-1A-OC3SMI10
Single port ATM OC-3 Single mode intermediate
reach network module (up to 15 km)
X
NM-1A-OC3SML10
Single port ATM OC-3 Single mode long reach
network module (up to 45 km)
X
NM-1FE-FX8,10
100 Mbps Fast Ethernet Network Module, 100
Base-FX
X
NM-1FE-FX-V28,10
100 Mbps Fast Ethernet Network Module, 100
Base-FX
X
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Alarm Interface Controller (AIC) Network Module
Product Number
Description
Cisco 261x–265x
Cisco 2600XM
NM-AIC-646
Alarm monitoring and control NM; 64
contact points and 16 control points
X
X
Cisc
Content Engine Network Module
Cisco
261x–265x
Cisco 2600XM
Cis
Content Engine Network Module, basic performance,
20-GB IDE hard disk
X
X
X
NM-CE-BP-40G-K99,10
Content Engine Network Module, basic performance,
40-GB IDE hard disk
X
X
X
NM-CE-BP-SCSI-K99,10
2-port E&M voice/fax interface card for voice/fax
network module
X
X
X
Product Number
Description
NM-CE-BP-20G-K99,10
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 12.07XK, 12.12T, 12.2, 12.2T or later.
4 Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.1.2T or later.
5 Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(2)XT, 12.2(8)T or later
6 Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(2)XG and 12.2(7)T or later
7 Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(8)T or later
8 Scheduled for future support on the Cisco 2691
9 Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(11)YT
10 Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(13)T
11 Available on 2650 or 2651 only
12 Available on 2650XM or 2651XM only
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Appendix B: Cisco 2600 Series Voice Interface Cards
Voice Interface Cards supported for use with the Voice/Fax NMs
Cisco
261x–265x
Cisco
2600XM
Cisco 2691
2-port BRI S/T terminal equipment voice/fax
interface card for voice/fax NM
X
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
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
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
VIC-2DID
2-port DID (Direct Inward Dial) voice/fax
interface card
X
X
X
VIC-2CAMA3
Two-port CAMA trunk interface card
X
X
X
Product Number
Description
VIC-2BRI-S/T-TE1
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1 Supported with Cisco IOS 12.0(3)T or later
2 Supported with Cisco IOS 12.1(2)XH or later
3 Supported with Cisco IOS 12.2(11)T or later
Cisco 2600 Series Multiflex Voice/WAN and WICs
Cisco
261x–265x
Cisco
2600XM
Cisco 2691
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
VWIC-1MFT-G7032
1-port G.703 Multiflex Trunk
X
X
X
VWIC-2MFT-G7032
2-port G703 Multiflex Trunk
X
X
X
WIC-1DSU-T11,6
T1/Fractional T1 CSU/DSU
X
X
X
WIC-1DSU-56K4
1-port four-wire 56/64 Kbps CSU/DSU
X
X
X
WIC-1T6
1-port high speed serial
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
WIC-1B-U
1-port ISDN BRI with NT1
X
X
X
WIC-1AM5
1-port Analog Modem interface card
X
X
X
WIC-2AM5
2-port Analog Modem interface card
X
X
X
WIC-ADSL3
1-port ADSL WAN Interface
X
X
X
WIC-1SHDSL4,6
1-port G.SHDSL WAN Interface
X
X
X
Product Number
Description
VWIC-1MFT-T11
1 Requires Cisco IOS 12.0(5)XK or later.
2 Requires Cisco IOS 12.1(1)T or later.
3 Requires Cisco IOS 12.1(5)YB, 12.2(2)XK, 12.2(4)T or later.
4 Requires Cisco IOS 12.2(4)XL or later.
5 Requires Cisco IOS 12.2(2)XB or later.
6 Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(11)YT, 12.2(13)T or later for Cisco 2691
Appendix C: Cisco 2600 Series AIMs
Product Number
Description
AIM-COMPR2
Data Compression AIM for the Cisco 2600
Series (requires IOS software release 12.02T
or later)
AIM-COMPR42
Data Compression AIM for the Cisco 2691,
3660 and 3700 Series
Cisco
261x–265x
Cisco
2600XM
X
X
Cisco 2691
X
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Appendix C: Cisco 2600 Series AIMs
Cisco
261x–265x
Cisco
2600XM
Data Encryption AIM for the Cisco 2600
series—Base Performance
X
X
AIM-VPN/EP1
Data Encryption AIM for the Cisco 2600
series—Enhanced Performance
X
X
AIM-VPN/EPII3
Data Encryption AIM for the Cisco 2600
series—Enhanced Performance
AIM-ATM2
High Performance ATM Advanced
Integration Module
X
X
X
AIM-VOICE-302
30 Channel T1/E1 Digital Voice Module
(requires IOS software release IOS 12.2(2)XB
or later)
X
X
X
AIM-ATM-VOICE-302
ATM SAR and 30 Channel T1/E1 Digital Voice
Module (requires IOS software release IOS
12.2(2)XB or later)
X
X
X
Product Number
Description
AIM-VPN/BP
Cisco 2691
X
X
1 Recommended with the Cisco 265x, 265xXM, and 2691 only.
2 Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(11)YT, 12.2(13)T for Cisco 2691
3 Requires Cisco IOS Version 12.2(13)T for Cisco 2691
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