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Processor Cards Feature Summary

Table Of Contents

Processor Cards Feature Summary

System Processing Engine Card

Feature Summary

Technical Specifications

System Switch Processor Card

Feature Summary

Technical Specifications

System Alarm Processor Card

Feature Summary

Technical Specifications

Multiservice Route Processor Card

Feature Summary

Technical Specifications

Analog Station Interface Cards

Feature Summary

Technical Specifications

Voice and WAN Interface Cards

VICs

VIC-2DID

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE

VIC-2FXS

VIC-4FXS/DID

VIC-2FXO-M1, VIC-2FXO-M2, and VIC-FXO-M3

VIC-2E/M

WICs

WIC-1T and WIC-2T

WIC-2A/S

WIC-1B-S/T

WIC-1B-U

WIC-1DSU-56K4

WIC-1DSU-T1

VWICs

VWIC-1MFT-T1 and VWIC-2MFT-T1

VWIC-1MFT-E1 and VWIC-2MFT-E1


Processor Cards Feature Summary


Processor cards supported by the Cisco ICS 7750 include the following:

System Processing Engine Card

System Switch Processor Card

System Alarm Processor Card

Multiservice Route Processor Card

Analog Station Interface Cards

Voice and WAN Interface Cards

Figure 2-1 shows the Cisco ICS 7750 with all these cards installed. The voice and WAN interface cards are not visible because they are installed on analog station interface and multiservice route processor cards.

Figure 2-1 Cisco ICS 7750 System Cards

System Processing Engine Card

The system processing engine (SPE) card for the Cisco ICS 7750 is a single-board, Windows 2000-based computer that runs Cisco CallManager, Cisco ICS 7700 System Manager, embedded fault-management services, and other system software applications. The SPE can also support applications such as voice messaging and automated attendant, interactive voice response (IVR), voice messaging, and automatic call distribution (ACD).

The SPE can reside in any of the interchangeable slots (1 through 6) of the Cisco ICS 7750 chassis. The Cisco ICS 7750 requires at least one SPE and allows a maximum of five SPEs. The SPE is hot-swappable.

System redundancy is highly recommended. You can easily build in redundancy by adding SPEs for additional call-processing capabilities. For recovery, you should regularly perform a backup of all applications installed on the SPE, using the backup mechanisms that are recommended in the documentation for each application.


Note SPE200 cards that were used prior to system software release 2.1.0 are now obsolete. If you have a system with SPE200 cards and wish to install and use system software release 2.1.0 or later, you must replace the SPE200 cards with SPE310 cards. The SPE310 offers a keyboard and mouse port, a video port, and two universal serial bus (USB) ports supporting standard USB devices such as pointing devices and CD-ROM drives. The keyboard and mouse port can be used to connect simultaneously to a keyboard and a mouse, using the Y-cable that is included with the hardware. These SPE310 ports are required for Cisco CallManager installation and upgrades on the Cisco ICS 7750, beginning with system software release 2.1.0.


Figure 2-2 shows the SPE310 card.

Figure 2-2 SPE310 Card

Feature Summary

Key features and benefits of the SPE310 include the following:

This card has a 700-MHz Pentium III processor, a 32-KB Level 1 cache, and a 256-KB Level 2 cache.

This card has 512 MB of onboard memory (on the motherboard) and two 168-pin dual in-line memory module (DIMM) sockets. Each socket can hold a 256-MB DIMM or a 512-MB DIMM, for a maximum card memory capacity of 1.5 GB.

Onboard BIOS is stored in 512-KB Flash memory.

Onboard 20.4-GB or 40-GB hard disk drive.

Real-time clock, two-level watchdog timer.

The front panel has LEDs, a keyboard and mouse port, two USB ports, and a video port.

Scalability—You can add SPEs to meet communication application needs required by providers.

Serviceability—The SPE is hot-swappable, making the card easy to manage and service, which increases system availability.

Functionality—The SPE supports the following software:

Cisco ICS 7700 System Manager

ICS Core Software, including the Fault Management Module

Cisco CallManager

Cisco Unity Voice Messaging

Cisco IP Interactive Voice Response (IVR) and Cisco Integrated Contact Distribution (ICD)

Microsoft Terminal Services Client

Microsoft Windows 2000

Technical Specifications

Table 2-1 lists the technical specifications for the SPE card.

Table 2-1 Technical Specifications for the SPE Card 

Type
Description

Processor

Intel Pentium III 700 MHz CPU

Memory

1.5-GB SDRAM maximum

Storage

20.4-GB or 40-GB hard disk drive

Operating system

Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

Database software

Microsoft SQL Server 7.0

Dimensions and weight

Height: 10.5 in. (26.67 cm)
Width: 1.6 in. (4.06 cm)
Depth: 8.25 in. (20.96 cm), with ejector handle
Depth: 7.0 in. (17.78 cm), without ejector handle
Weight: 2.06 lb (0.936 kg)

Power requirements

DC voltages:
2.3A at +5V
2.1A at +3.3V
0.4A at +12V
Negligible current at -12V

Power dissipation

20W

Operating environment

Temperature range: 32 to 104ºF (0 to 40ºC)
Altitude: up to 10,000 ft (3000 m)
Relative humidity: 10 to 85%
Shock: up to 27 in. per second (0.69 m per second)
Vibration: 0.35 Grms from 3 to 500 Hz

Nonoperating (storage) environment

Temperature shock: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC) at 41ºF (5ºC) per minute
Temperature range: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC)
Altitude: up to 15,000 ft (4570 m)
Relative humidity: 5 to 95%

Safety

C-UL per CSA C22.2 1950
TUV Bauart per EN 60950
UL recognized per UL 1950 3rd edition

Emissions standards

BSMI CNS13438, Class B
CISPR22, 1997, Class B
CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B, 1995, Class B
EN 55022:1998, Class B
EN 55024:1998, Class B ITE Immunity Standard
ICES003, issue 3:1998, Class B
IEC 1000-4-2:1995 Immunity to electrostatic discharges
IEC 1000-4-3:1995 Immunity to radio frequency electromagnetic fields
IEC 1000-4-4:1995 Immunity to electrical fast transients
IEC 1000-4-5:1995 Immunity to power line transients (surges)
IEC 1000-4-6:1995 Immunity to radio frequency-induced conducted disturbances
IEC 1000-4-8:1995 Immunity to power frequency magnetic fields
IEC 1000-4-11:1995 Immunity to voltage dips, voltage variations, and short voltage interruptions
VCCI V-3/97.04, Class B


System Switch Processor Card

The system switch processor (SSP) card is an IOS-based Ethernet switch that passes data between all system cards to any Catalyst switches connected to the Cisco ICS 7750. The SSP supports eight 10/100 Mbps Ethernet connections, which are bidirectional, full-duplex, and can autosense speed and autonegotiate transmission mode. The Cisco ICS 7750 requires one SSP, which must reside in slot 7. The SSP is hot-swappable. Figure 2-3 shows the SSP card.

Figure 2-3 SSP Card

Two of the SSP Ethernet ports are external 10/100 Ethernet RJ-45 ports on the front panel, used for switching functionality between the Cisco ICS 7750 and any connected Catalyst 3500 Series XL or other Catalyst switches. One port is used as the primary link, and the second link is used for redundancy. The other six internal Ethernet ports support the universal slots on the backplane.

The Ethernet ports are identified as follows:

f0/1—External 1x port for connecting to 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 10/100 Ethernet switches

f0/2—External 2x port for connecting to 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 10/100 Ethernet switches

f0/3—Slot 1

f0/4—Slot 2

f0/5—Slot 3

f0/6—Slot 4

f0/7—Slot 5

f0/8—Slot 6

Feature Summary

Key features and benefits of the SSP include the following:

10BASE-T/100BASE-TX support—The 10/100 Ethernet support delivers high performance where required. Any investment in legacy 10BASE-T equipment is preserved.

Autosensing—Each 10/100 port detects the speed of an attached device and automatically configures the port for 10 or 100 Mbps. Autosensing eases deployment in mixed 10BASE-T and 100BASE-T environments.

Autonegotiating—Each 10/100 port automatically selects half- or full-duplex transmission mode to optimize bandwidth utilization.

Flash memory—The SSP stores configuration information in Flash memory and NVRAM.

Supports IEEE 802.1p class of service (CoS) with two queues on each port to prioritize voice and data traffic.

Supports quality of service (QoS).

High performance—The SSP is compatible with the Catalyst 2900 Series XL Cisco switch to provide the following features:

10.8-Gbps switching fabric.

Cisco Group Management Protocol (CGMP) enables a switch to selectively forward routed IP multicast traffic to targeted multimedia end stations only.

Management and system setup—The SSP supports powerful management software and system functions:

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Telnet interface, and command-line interface (CLI) support.

Telnet support for five simultaneous sessions.

Cluster Management Suite (CMS), a web-based switch management tool that can be launched from the ICS System Manager software.

CiscoWorks Windows and CiscoWorks2000 network management software.

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP).

Embedded Remote Monitoring (RMON) for monitoring the history, statistics, alarms, and events.

Network statistics (per port or using an RMON probe).

Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) support for connecting to a network analyzer or RMON probe.

Autoconfiguration.

Trivial File Transport Protocol (TFTP).

Default configuration stored in Flash memory.

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) support.

Security—The SSP supports the following security features:

Secure addressing secures a port to an individual Media Access Control (MAC) address or a group of up to 132 MAC addresses. Addresses can be learned or entered manually.

Administrators can choose the level of security, notification, and resulting actions.

Password-protected in-band and out-of-band management.

Multilevel security on console access to prevent unauthorized users from altering the switch configuration.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-2 lists the technical specifications for the SSP card.

Table 2-2 Technical Specifications for the SSP Card 

Type
Description

Dimensions and weight

Height: 10.5 in. (26.67 cm)
Width: 0.8 in. (2.03 cm)
Depth: 8.25 in. (20.96 cm), with ejector handle
Depth: 7.0 in. (17.78 cm), without ejector handle
Weight: 0.69 lb (0.31 kg)

Cisco IOS requirement

12.0(5.2)XU for system software release 2.1.0

12.0(5)WC2b for system software release 2.2.0

12.0(5)WC5 for system software release 2.3.0

Power requirements

DC input voltages:
9A at +5V
0.5A at +12V

Operating environment

Temperature range: 32 to 104ºF (0 to 40ºC)
Altitude: up to 10,000 ft (3000 m)
Relative humidity: 10 to 85%
Shock: up to 27 in. per second (0.69 m per second)
Vibration: 0.35 Grms from 3 to 500 Hz

Nonoperating (storage) environment

Temperature shock: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC) at 41ºF (5ºC) per minute
Temperature range: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC)
Altitude: up to 15,000 ft (4570 m)
Relative humidity: 5 to 95%

Safety

AS/NZS 3260, TS001
CE
IEC 950/EN 60950
UL 1950/CSA 22.2 No. 950

Emissions standards

AS/NZS 3548 Class A
BCIQ
CE
EN 55022 Class A (CISPR 22 Class A)
FCC Part 15 Class A
VCCI Class A


System Alarm Processor Card

The system alarm processor (SAP) card monitors the internal chassis and card temperatures, power supply voltages, and chassis cooling fan speeds. The SAP reports real-time data to the SPE cards. The Cisco ICS 7750 requires one SAP card, which must reside in slot 8. Figure 2-4 shows the SAP card.

Figure 2-4 SAP Card

Feature Summary

Key features and benefits of the SAP include the following two COM ports and one console port:

The COM 1 port is a 115-kbps port that supports a 9-pin RS-232 cable. Use this port for monitoring an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

The COM 2 port is a 115-kbps port that supports a 9-pin RS-232 cable. Use this port for connecting to a legacy voice-mail system (Simplified Message Desk Interface (SMDI) only).

The console port enables you to monitor and manage the system by connecting a terminal or communicating over a modem connection (9600 baud maximum).

Technical Specifications

Table 2-3 lists the technical specifications for the SAP card.

Table 2-3 Technical Specifications for the SAP Card 

Type
Description

Dimensions and weight

Height: 10.5 in. (26.67 cm)
Width: 0.8 in. (2.03 cm)
Depth: 8.25 in. (20.96 cm), with ejector handle
Depth: 7.0 in. (17.78 cm), without ejector handle
Weight: 0.70 lb (0.32 kg)

Power requirements

DC input voltages:
0.99A at +5V
0.05A at +12V
0.05A at -12V

Operating environment

Temperature range: 32 to 104ºF (0 to 40ºC)
Altitude: up to 10,000 ft (3000 m)
Relative humidity: 10 to 85%
Shock: up to 27 in. per second (0.69 m per second)
Vibration: 0.35 Grms from 3 to 500 Hz

Nonoperating (storage) environment

Temperature shock: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC) at 41ºF (5ºC) per minute
Temperature range: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC)
Altitude: up to 15,000 ft (4570 m)
Relative humidity: 5 to 95%

Emissions and immunity standards

CFR47, Part 15, Class B radiated and conducted emissions limits, Subpart B, 1995, unintentional radiators
EN 55022: 1998, Class B Radiated and Conducted Emissions, ITE
EN 50082-1:1996 Generic Immunity Standard
EN 55024:1998 ITE Immunity Standard
ENV 50140:1993 Immunity to radio frequency electromagnetic fields
ENV 50141: 1993, Immunity to radio frequency induced conducted disturbances
ENV 50204: 1995, Immunity to radio frequency electromagnetic field from digital radio telephones
IEC 1000-4-2: 1995, Immunity to electrostatic discharges
IEC 1000-4-3: 1995, Immunity to radio frequency electromagnetic fields
IEC 1000-4-4:1995, Immunity to electrical fast transients
IEC 1000-4-5:1995, Immunity to power line transients (surges)
IEC 1000-4-6:1996, Immunity to radio frequency induced conducted disturbances
IEC 1000-4-8:1995, Immunity to power frequency magnetic fields
IEC 1000-4-11:1995, Immunity to voltage dips, voltage variations, and short voltage interpretations


Multiservice Route Processor Card

The multiservice route processor (MRP) card is a voice- and data-capable router that supports both digital and analog voice trunks and WAN routing interfaces. Using the MRP you can link remote Ethernet LANs to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and existing private branch exchanges (PBXs), as well as most common analog devices such as fax machines and teleconferencing stations. The MRP card accepts voice interface cards (VICs), WAN interface cards (WICs), and voice WAN interface cards (VWICs) for complete integration of voice and data networking.

The MRP can reside in any of the interchangeable slots (slot 1 through slot 6). The Cisco ICS 7750 supports up to five MRP cards. The MRP card is hot-swappable.

MRP cards are available with onboard Flash memory (MRP300) or without Flash memory (MRP200). A mixture of MRP300 and MRP200 cards on the same chassis is supported.


Note For information about the VICs, WICs, and VWICs that are supported on the MRP card, see "Voice and WAN Interface Cards" section.


Figure 2-5 shows the MRP card.

Figure 2-5 MRP Card

Feature Summary

Key features and benefits of the MRP include the following:

Digital signal processor (DSP) support—Supports up to ten DSPs; each DSP can handle multiple voice channels, depending on the codec complexity.

Interface cards support—The MRP architecture incorporates VIC, WIC, and VWIC cards, a RAM memory expansion slot, packet voice data module (PVDM) slots, and a Virtual Private Network (VPN) module slot.

Internet and intranet access—Cisco IOS software features enable the MRP to communicate across both intranets and the Internet:

Multiprotocol routing (IP, Internetwork Packet Exchange [IPX], and AppleTalk), IBM/SNA, and transparent bridging over ISDN, asynchronous serial, and synchronous serial such as leased lines, Frame Relay, Switched Multimegabit Data Service (SMDS), Switched 56, and X.25

WAN optimization, including dial-on-demand routing (DDR), bandwidth-on-demand (BOD) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)-on-demand circuit, snapshot routing, compression, filtering, and spoofing

Network security features—Access control lists (ACLs), user authentication, authorization, and accounting (such as Password Authentication Protocol/Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol [PAP/CHAP], TACACS+, and RADIUS), and data encryption.

Internal LAN security—Integrated Cisco IOS Firewall Feature Set uses context-based access control (CBAC) to protect internal LANs from attacks.

External data security—IPSec tunneling with Data Encryption Standard (DES) and Triple DES (3DES) encryption provide standards-based data privacy, integrity, and authenticity as data travels through a public network.

Remote access security—For remote access VPNs, Layer 2 Forwarding (L2F) and Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) combine with IP Security (IPSec) encryption to provide a secure multiprotocol solution (for IP, IPX, and AppleTalk traffic).

QoS capabilities—Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP), weighted fair queuing (WFQ), committed access rate (CAR), and IP precedence enable businesses to prioritize traffic on their networks by user, application, traffic type, and other parameters.

Voice compression—Up to six voice calls can occupy a single 64-KB data channel simultaneously, without compromising data performance. Cisco IOS voice-compression technology integrates data and voice traffic to enable use of existing data networks.

High-performance RISC architecture—Supports VPN applications with tunneling and security, and DSL, cable, and other broadband access technologies. A slot on the MRP supports an optional VPN module that provides IPSec DES and 3DES encryption at T1/E1 speeds in hardware.

SNMP support—The ICS System Manager supports SNMP to operate with CiscoWorks2000 to provide central monitoring and troubleshooting of remote Cisco ICS 7750 systems.

Data transfer—Each MRP card supports a data transfer speed of up to the equivalent of three T1 lines, with a maximum of one T1 voice span. Also, each MRP card supports a maximum of four data ports or four voice ports.

Flash memory on the MRP300—The MRP300 has 16 MB of onboard Flash memory and an expansion single in-line memory module (SIMM) slot that can take an additional 16, 32, or 64 MB of Flash memory. A total of 80 MB of addressable Flash memory is supported.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-4 lists the technical specifications for the MRP200 and MRP300 cards.

Table 2-4 Technical Specifications for the MRP200 and MRP300 Cards 

Type
Description

Board

Universal card slot

Memory

64-MB DRAM (maximum 128 MB)

Memory upgrade options

16- and 32-MB DRAM

Flash memory (MRP300 only)

16-MB SIMM

Optional Flash SIMM module (MRP300 only)

80-pin SIMM module for adding up to 64 MB of Flash memory, using a single 16-, 32-, or 64-MB Flash SIMM

Optional cards

Two modular VIC, WIC, or VWIC card slots per MRP card

Expansion slots

Two packet voice/data module (PVDM) expansion slots, supporting 4-, 8-, 12-, 16-, and 20-channel PVDMs

Note For a list of MRP card PVDM requirements for any supported combination of WICs, VICs, and VWICs, refer to the "PVDM Requirements" appendix in the Cisco ICS 7750 Installation and Configuration Guide.

One VPN module socket, supporting DES and 3DES encryption for full-duplex T1 serial connection (4-Mbps for 1514-byte packets)

Cisco IOS requirement

For MRP200:

12.2(1) (for QoS)

12.1(5)T2 (for G.723.1 and G.726 codecs)

12.1(3)XI1 (for baseline functionality)

12.2(4)XL1 (for system software release 2.1.0)

12.2(4)XL4 (for system software release 2.2.0)

For MRP300: 12.2(4)YH

Advanced data networking features

VPN, IPSec 56 and 3DES, Firewall

Codecs

G.711, G.723.1, G.726, and G.729a

Dimensions and weight

Height: 10.5 in. (26.67 cm)
Width: 1.6 in. (4.06 cm)
Depth: 8.25 in. (20.96 cm), with ejector handle
Depth: 7.0 in. (17.78 cm), without ejector handle
Weight: 1.04 lb (0.471 kg), with no VICs, WICs, or VWICs installed

Power requirements

DC voltages:
0.95A at +5V
0.55A at +3.3V
0.75A at +12V
Negligible current at -12V

Power dissipation

14W

Operating environment

Temperature range: 32 to 104ºF (0 to 40ºC)
Altitude: 10,000 ft (3000 m)
Relative humidity: 10 to 85%
Shock: 54 in./s (1.37 m/s)
Vibration: 0.35 Grms from 3 to 500 Hz

Nonoperating (storage) environment

Temperature shock: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC) at 41ºF (5ºC) per minute
Temperature range: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC)
Altitude: 15,000 ft (4570 m)
Relative humidity: 5 to 95%

Safety

C-UL per CSA C22.2 1950
TUV Bauart per EN 60950
UL recognized per UL 1950 3rd edition

Emissions standards

BSMI CNS13438, Class B
CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B, 1995, Class B
EN 55022:1998
EN 55024:1997
EN 55024:1998, Class B ITE Immunity Standard
ICES003, issue 3: 1998, Class B
IEC 1000-4-2:1995 Immunity to electrostatic discharges
IEC 1000-4-3:1995 Immunity to radio frequency electromagnetic fields
IEC 1000-4-4:1995 Immunity to electrical fast transients
IEC 1000-4-5:1995 Immunity to power line transients (surges)
IEC 1000-4-6:1995 Immunity to radio frequency-induced conducted disturbances
IEC 1000-4-8:1995 Immunity to power frequency magnetic fields
IEC 1000-4-11:1995 Immunity to voltage dips, voltage variations, and short voltage interruptions
ISPR22, 1997, Class B
VCCI V-3/97.04, Class B

Telecom

Australia CAC TS-002, TS-003, TS-004, TS-031
Canadian CS-03
European RTTE Directive 99/05/EC
FCC Part 68


Analog Station Interface Cards

Analog station interface (ASI) cards enable you to connect to analog telephones, fax machines, and teleconferencing stations. Two ASI cards are available:

ASI81—Contains an 8-port Foreign Exchange Station (FXS) module and any one of the VIC, WIC, or VWIC modules shown in Table 2-6 that support digital and analog voice trunks and WAN routing interfaces, completely integrating voice and data networking.

MRP3-8FXS—Contains an 8-port FXS module and onboard Flash memory.

ASI160—Contains a 16-port FXS module.

MRP3-16FXS—Contains a 16-port FXS module and onboard Flash memory.

ASI cards can reside in any of the interchangeable slots (slot 1 through slot 6). Figure 2-6 shows the ASI81 card. Figure 2-7 shows the ASI160 card.


Note For information about the VICs, WICs, and VWICs that are supported on the ASI81 card, see the "Voice and WAN Interface Cards" section.


Figure 2-6 ASI81 Card

Figure 2-7 ASI160 Card

Feature Summary

Key features and benefits of the ASI81, MRP3-8FXS, ASI160, and MRP3-16FXS cards include the following:

High-density analog port support—Enables you to continue to support analog telephones as you migrate to IP Phones.

DSP support—Supports up to eight DSPs on the ASI160 and MRP3-16FXS, or ten DSPs on the ASI81 and MRP3-8FXS. Each DSP can handle multiple voice channels, depending on the codec complexity.

SNMP support—The ICS System Manager supports SNMP to operate with CiscoWorks2000 to provide central monitoring and troubleshooting of remote Cisco ICS 7750 systems.

Additional benefits of the ASI81 and MRP3-8FXS include the following:

Flexibility—The modular design encourages customization of the Cisco ICS 7750 to meet particular voice and data communication needs, easily adding capacity, Cisco IOS services, and redundancy as needs change.

Reliability—Proven Cisco IOS technology delivers reliable, end-to-end QoS over the PSTN and WAN among your branch offices, customers, and partners.

Investment protection—The architecture of the ASI81 and MRP3-8FXS incorporates VICs, WICs, and VWICs, a RAM memory expansion slot, and PVDM options.

Internet and intranet access—Cisco IOS software provides features that make the ASI81 ideal for communications across both intranets and the Internet:

Multiprotocol routing (IP, IPX, and AppleTalk), IBM/SNA, and transparent bridging over ISDN, asynchronous serial, and synchronous serial such as leased lines, Frame Relay, SMDS, Switched 56, and X.25.

WAN optimization, including DDR, BOD, and OSPF-on-demand circuit, snapshot routing, compression, filtering, and spoofing to reduce WAN costs.

Network security features—ACLs, user authentication, authorization, and accounting (such as PAP/CHAP, TACACS+, and RADIUS), and data encryption.

Internal LAN security—Integrated Cisco IOS Firewall Feature Set using CBAC to protect internal LANs from attacks.

External data security—IPSec tunneling with DES and 3DES encryption provide standards-based data privacy, integrity, and authenticity as data travels through a public network.

Remote access security—For remote access VPNs, L2F and L2TP combine with IPSec encryption to provide a secure multiprotocol solution (for IP, IPX, and AppleTalk traffic). Mobile users can dial in to a service provider's local POP. Data is tunneled (or encapsulated inside a second protocol such as IPSec or L2TP) back to the ASI81 to securely access the corporate network via the Internet.

QoS capabilities—RSVP, WFQ, CAR, and IP precedence enable businesses to prioritize traffic on their networks by user, application, traffic type, and other parameters, to ensure that business-critical data and delay-sensitive voice receive appropriate priority.

Robust voice compression—Up to six voice calls can occupy a single 64-KB data channel simultaneously, without compromising data performance. Cisco IOS voice-compression technology integrates data and voice traffic to enable efficient use of existing data networks.

High-performance RISC architecture—Supports VPN applications with tunneling and security, and DSL, cable, and other broadband access technologies.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-5 lists the technical specifications for the ASI81, ASI160, MRP3-8FXS, and MRP3-16FXS cards.

Table 2-5 Technical Specifications for the ASI and MRP3 Cards 

Type
Description

Board

Universal card slot

Memory

64-MB DRAM (maximum 128 MB)

Memory upgrade options

16- and 32-MB DRAM

Flash memory (MRP3-8FXS and MRP3-16FXS only)

16-MB SIMM

Optional Flash SIMM module (MRP3-8FXS and MRP3-16FXS only)

80-pin SIMM module for adding up to 64 MB of Flash memory, using a single 16-, 32-, or 64-MB Flash SIMM

Optional cards

ASI81 and MRP3-8FXS: One modular VIC/WIC/VWIC slot

Expansion slots

Two PVDM expansion slots, supporting 4-, 8-, 12-, 16-, and 20-channel PVDMs (16-channel PVDMs are recommended)

Cisco IOS requirement

ASI cards: 12.2(1)

MRP3 cards: 12.2(4)YH

Advanced data networking features

IPSec 56, 3DES, Firewall

Codecs

G.711, G.723.1, G.726, and G.729a

Dimensions and weight

Height: 10.5 in. (26.67 cm)
Width: 1.6 in. (4.06 cm)
Depth: 8.25 in. (20.96 cm), with ejector handle
Depth: 7.0 in. (17.78 cm), without ejector handle
Weight (ASI81): 1.15 lb (0.52 kg), with no VICs, WICs, or VWICs installed
Weight (ASI160): 1.36 lb (0.62 kg)

Power requirements

DC voltages:
0.95A at +5V
0.55A at +3.3V
0.75A at +12V
Negligible current at -12V

Power dissipation

14W

Operating environment

Temperature range: 32 to 104ºF (0 to 40ºC)
Altitude: 10,000 ft (3000 m)
Relative humidity: 10 to 85%
Shock: 54 in./s (1.37 m/s)
Vibration: 0.35 Grms from 3 to 500 Hz

Nonoperating (storage) environment

Temperature shock: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC) at 41ºF (5ºC) per minute
Temperature range: -4 to 149ºF (-20 to 65ºC)
Altitude: 15,000 ft (4570 m)
Relative humidity: 5 to 95%

Safety

C-UL per CSA C22.2 1950
TUV Bauart per EN 60950
UL recognized per UL 1950 3rd edition

Emissions standards

BSMI CNS13438, Class B
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 950-95, Safety of information technology equipment including Electrical business equipment [Canada]
CISPR22, 1997, Class B
CFR47, Part 15, Subpart B, 1995, Class B
EN 55024:1998, Class B ITE Immunity Standard
EN 60950:1992, Safety of information technology equipment (Amendment 4, 1997-10) [CENELEC; includes EU and EFTA]
GB 4943-95, Safety of information technology equipment [PRC]
ICES003, issue 3:1998, Class B
IEC 60950:1991 Safety of information technology equipment (Amendment 4, 1996-97)
IEC 1000-4-2:1995 Immunity to electrostatic discharges
IEC 1000-4-3:1995 Immunity to radio frequency electromagnetic fields
IEC 1000-4-4:1995 Immunity to electrical fast transients
IEC 1000-4-5:1995 Immunity to power line transients (surges)
IEC 1000-4-6:1995 Immunity to radio frequency-induced conducted disturbances
IEC 1000-4-8:1995 Immunity to power frequency magnetic fields
IEC 1000-4-11:1995 Immunity to voltage dips, voltage variations, and short voltage interruptions
IEC 60950:1991, Safety of information technology equipment (Amendment 4, 1996-97)
NOM-019-SCFI-1998, Safety of data processing equipment [Mexico]
TS001, Approval and test specification, Safety of information technology equipment including electrical business equipment (Australia)
UL 1950, 3rd. Edition, 1995, Standard for safety for information technology equipment [US]
VCCI V-3/97.04, Class B

Telecom

Australia CAC TS-002, TS-003, TS-004, TS-031
Canadian CS-03
European RTTE Directive 99/05/EC
FCC Part 68


Voice and WAN Interface Cards

MRP200 and MRP300 cards have two slots while ASI81 and MRP3-8FXS cards have one slot that accept existing VICs, WICs, and VWICs that are used in Cisco 1700, 2600, and 3600 series routers. This interface card support helps you build upon existing Cisco networks while maintaining interoperability and consistent end-to-end service between locations. Table 2-6 lists the WIC, VIC, and VWIC cards supported by MRP200, MRP300, ASI81, and MRP3-8FXS cards.

Table 2-6 WIC, VIC, and VWIC Cards for MRP, ASI81, and MRP3-8FXS Cards 

Module
Description

VIC-2DID

Two-port analog DID1 voice/fax interface card

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE

Two-port ISDN2 BRI3 voice/fax interface card (network and terminal side)

VIC-2FXS

Two-port FXS voice/fax interface card

VIC-2FXO-M1, VIC-2FXO

Two-port FXO4 voice/fax interface card with battery reversal detection and caller ID support (for North America)

VIC-2FXO-M2

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card with battery reversal detection and caller ID support (for Europe)

VIC-2FXO-M3

Two-port FXO voice/fax interface card with battery reversal detection and caller ID support (for Australia)

VIC-4FXS/DID

Four-port FXS and DID voice/fax interface card

VIC-2E/M

Two-port E&M5 voice/fax interface card

WIC-1T

One-port serial, asynchronous and synchronous (T1/E1)

WIC-2T

Two-port serial, asynchronous and synchronous (T1/E1)

WIC-2A/S

Two-port serial, low speed (up to 128 kbps), asynchronous and synchronous

WIC-1B-S/T

One-port ISDN BRI (S/T interface)

WIC-1B-U

One-port ISDN BRI with integrated NT1 (U interface)

WIC-1DSU-56K4

One-port, four-wire 56-kbps CSU/DSU6

WIC-1DSU-T1

One-port, T1/fractional T1 CSU/DSU

VWIC-1MFT-T1

One-port T1/fractional T1 multiflex trunk with CSU/DSU

VWIC-1MFT-E1

One-port E1/fractional E1 multiflex trunk with CSU/DSU

VWIC-2MFT-T1

Two-port T1/fractional T1 multiflex trunk with CSU/DSU

VWIC-2MFT-E1

Two-port E1/fractional E1 multiflex trunk with CSU/DSU

1 DID = Direct Inward Dialing

2 ISDN = Integrated Services Digital Network

3 BRI = Basic Rate Interface

4 FXO = Foreign Exchange Office

5 E&M = ear and mouth

6 CSU/DSU = channel service unit/data service unit


VICs

This section describes the VICS that are available for use in the MRP card and the ASI81 and MRP3-FXS card:

VIC-2DID

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE

VIC-2FXS

VIC-4FXS/DID

VIC-2FXO-M1, VIC-2FXO-M2, and VIC-FXO-M3

VIC-2DID

The VIC-2DID card is a DID interface card with two ports (see Figure 2-8). Use this card to connect directly to a PSTN line that has been provisioned for DID or to connect to a PBX.

Figure 2-8 2-Port Analog DID Card, VIC-2DID

Technical Specifications

Table 2-7 lists the technical specifications for the VIC-2DID card.

Table 2-7 Technical Specifications for VIC-2DID Card  

Type
Description

Interface type

Direct Inward Dialing

Signaling formats

Ground start, loop start, loop-reverse battery, delay dial

Physical connector

RJ-11

Number of connectors/ports

Two

Cisco IOS requirement

12.1(5)XM Plus or later

Spare

VIC-2DID=


VIC-2BRI-NT/TE

The VIC-2BRI-NT/TE card is an ISDN BRI interface network and terminal sides card with two ports (see Figure 2-9). Use this card to connect directly to ISDN PBXs and key systems.

Figure 2-9 2-Port ISDN BRI Card, VIC-2BRI-NT/TE

Technical Specifications

Table 2-8 lists the technical specifications for the VIC-2BRI-NT/TE card.

Table 2-8 Technical Specifications for VIC-2BRI-NT/TE Card 

Type
Description

Interface type

ISDN BRI

Interface

Four-wire user side S/T or network side NT

ISDN Digital Access

BRI 4B+2D

Physical connector

RJ-48C

Number of connectors/ports

Two

Cisco IOS requirement

12.1(3)XI or later

Compliance

FCC Part 68, CS03, CTR3, TS-031, Japanese Approvals Institute for Telecommunications Equipment (JATE) Green Book

ITU Compliance

ITU-T Q.920, Q.921, Q.930, Q.931

Safety conformance

UL 1950, CAN/CSA-C22.2, IEC 950, EN60950

Spare

VIC-2BRI-NT/TE=


VIC-2FXS

The VIC-2FXS card is an FXS interface card with two ports (see Figure 2-10). Use the FXS card to connect directly to phones, fax machines, and key systems.

Figure 2-10 2-Port VIC with FXS, FXO, or E&M Interfaces (Typical)

Technical Specifications

Table 2-9 lists the technical specifications for the VIC-2FXS card.

Table 2-9 Technical Specifications for VIC-2FXS Card 

Type
Description

Interface type

FXS

Address signaling formats

In-band dual tone multifrequency (DTMF)

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Signaling formats

Loop start, ground start

Ringing tone

Configurable for different country requirements

Ringing voltage

Less than 45 Vrms at 5 ringer equivalence number (REN) at 25 Hz (configurable frequency)

Ringing frequencies

20 Hz, 50 Hz

Physical connector

RJ-11

Number of connectors/ports

Two

Cisco IOS requirement

IOS Plus 12.0(7)XK1 or 12.1(2)T or later (for battery polarity reversal)

IOS Plus 12.1(2)XH or later (for caller ID)

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2FXS=


VIC-4FXS/DID

The VIC-4FXS/DID card supports up to four FXS ports or DID analog trunks. Each port on the VIC-4FXS/DID can be configured to be used in FXS or DID mode.

Figure 2-11 VIC-4FXS/DID Card

Technical Specifications

Table 2-10 lists the technical specifications for the VIC-4FXS/DID card.

Table 2-10 Technical Specifications for VIC-4FXS/DID Card 

Type
Description

Interface type

FXS or DID

Address signaling formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Signaling modes

FXS—Loop start

DID—Wink, immediate, and delay dial

Tone disconnect supervision

DID—Power denial (Caller Party Control and far-end disconnect)

Ringing frequencies

20 Hz, 50 Hz

Physical connector

RJ-11

Number of connectors/ports

Four

Cisco IOS requirement

12.2(4)XL3

Compliance

FCC Part 15 Class B

Safety conformance

UL 1950

FXS homologation

USA (TIA/EIA-15-968), Canada (CS-03 I)

DID homologation

USA (TIA/EIA-15-968), Australia (ACIF S002/S003)

Spare

VIC-4FXS/DID=


VIC-2FXO-M1, VIC-2FXO-M2, and VIC-FXO-M3

The VIC-2FXO card is a two-port FXO interface card with battery reversal detection and caller ID support and is available for the following locations:

VIC-2FXO-M1—North America

VIC-2FXO-M2—Europe

VIC-2FXO-M3—Australia

Use these cards to connect to PBXs or key systems and to provide off-premises connections.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-11 lists the technical specifications for the VIC-2FXO-M1, VIC-2FXO-M2, and VIC-2FXO-M3 cards.

Table 2-11 Technical Specifications for VIC-2FXO Cards 

Type
Description

Interface type

FXO

Address signaling formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Signaling formats

Loop start, ground start

Tone disconnect supervision

Call disconnect on progress tone of less than 600 Hz

Power interrupt disconnect

Call disconnect on power interrupt of greater than 600 ms

Battery polarity reversal detection

Detection of disconnect supervision and far-end answer supervision through battery polarity reversal

Physical connector

RJ-11

Number of connectors/ports

Two

Cisco IOS requirement

VIC-2FXO-M1, VIC-2FXO-M2: 11.3(4)T or later

VIC-2FXO-M3: 11.3(6)T or later or 12.0(2)T or later

Compliance

VIC-2FXO-M1: FCC Part 68, CS-03 Part I, JATE Blue Book

VIC-2FXO-M2: CE, CTR-21

VIC-2FXO-M3: ACA TS002, ACA TS003

Safety conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2FXO-M1=, VIC-2FXO-M2=, VIC-2FXO-M3=


VIC-2E/M

The VIC-2E/M card is a two-port E&M analog interface card (see Figure 2-10). Use the VIC-2E/M card to connect to PBX or key system trunk lines.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-12 lists the technical specifications for the VIC-2E/M card.

Table 2-12 Technical Specifications for VIC-2E/M Card 

Type
Description

Interface type

E&M

Address signaling formats

In-band DTMF

Out-of-band pulse (10/20 pps)

Signaling formats

Immediate, delay dial, wink start

Signaling types

I, II, III, and IV

E-Lead current limit

100 mA

M-Lead sensitivity

Greater than 3 mA

Pulse distortion

Less than 2%

Physical connector

Four wire/two wire

Number of connectors/ports

Two

Cisco IOS requirement

12.1(5)XM1 or later

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety conformance

UL1950

Spare

VIC-2E/M=


WICs

This section describes the WICS that are available for use in the MRP card, the ASI81 card, and the MRP3-8FXS card:

WIC-1T and WIC-2T

WIC-2A/S

WIC-1B-S/T

WIC-1B-U

WIC-1DSU-56K4

WIC-1DSU-T1

WIC-1T and WIC-2T

The WIC-1T card is a single-port, asynchronous and synchronous, serial interface card (see Figure 2-12). The WIC-2T is a two-port, asynchronous and synchronous, serial interface card (see Figure 2-13). Use the WIC-1T or WIC-2T card for low-density, high-speed remote or branch office connectivity.

Figure 2-12 One-Port Serial WAN Interface Card, WIC-1T

Figure 2-13 Two-Port Serial WAN Interface Card, WIC-2T

Technical Specifications

Table 2-13 lists the technical specifications for the WIC-1T and WIC-2T cards.

Table 2-13 Technical Specifications for WIC-1T and WIC-2T Cards 

Type
Description

Interface type

Serial

Serial network support

Synchronous, full duplex, half duplex, bisync

Physical connector

5-in-1 (60 pin) data terminal equipment (DTE) or data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE), depending on cable type

Number of connectors/ports

One (WIC-1T)

Two (WIC-2T)

Cisco IOS requirement

11.3(2)XA or later

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety conformance

UL1950

Spare

WIC-1T=


WIC-2A/S

The WIC-2A/S card is a two-port serial, low-speed (up to 128 kbps), asynchronous and synchronous interface card. (Externally, the WIC-2A/S is identical to the WIC-2T card; see Figure 2-13.)

Technical Specifications

Table 2-14 lists the technical specifications for the WIC-2A/S card.

Table 2-14 Technical Specifications for WIC-2A/S Card 

Type
Description

Interface type

Serial

Serial network support

Synchronous, asynchronous

Physical connector

Smart Serial DTE or DCE, depending on cable type

Number of connectors/ports

Two

Cisco IOS requirement

11.3(2)XA or later

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety conformance

UL1950

Spare

WIC-2A/S=


WIC-1B-S/T

The WIC-1B-S/T card is a one-port ISDN BRI interface card (S/T interface). See Figure 2-14.

Figure 2-14 1-Port ISDN BRI WAN Interface Card (S/T Interface), WIC-1B-S/T

Technical Specifications

Table 2-15 lists the technical specifications for the WIC-1B-S/T card.

Table 2-15 Technical Specifications for WIC-1B-S/T Card 

Type
Description

Interface type

ISDN BRI port

Interface

Two-wire user side S/T

Physical connector

RJ-48C

Number of connectors/ports

One

Cisco IOS requirement

11.3(2)XA or later

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety conformance

UL1950

Spare

WIC-1B-S/T=


WIC-1B-U

The WIC-1B-U card is a one-port ISDN BRI interface card with integrated NT1 (U interface). (Externally, the WIC-1B-U is identical to the WIC-1T card; see Figure 2-12.)

Technical Specifications

Table 2-16 lists the technical specifications for the WIC-1B-U card.

Table 2-16 Technical Specifications for WIC-1B-U Card 

Type
Description

Interface type

ISDN BRI

Interface

U

Physical connector

RJ-45

Number of connectors/ports

One

Cisco IOS requirement

11.3(2)XA or later

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety conformance

UL1950

Spare

WIC-1B-U=


WIC-1DSU-56K4

The WIC-1DSU-56K4 card is a single-port, four-wire 56-kbps CSU/DSU interface card (see Figure 2-15). Use the WIC-1DSU-56K4 card for an all-rate synchronous interface to any point-to-point or multipoint dedicated digital data service (DDS) network compatible with the AT&T Publication 62310 standard. The WIC-1DSU-56K4 card also supports four-wire switched 56-kbps data services, such as AT&T Accunet 56 or Sprint VPN-56, plus many switched data services offered by local exchange carriers.

Figure 2-15 One-Port 56-kbps CSU/DSU Card, WIC-1DSU-56K4

Technical Specifications

Table 2-17 lists the technical specifications for the WIC-1DSU-56K4 card.

Table 2-17 Technical Specifications for WIC-1DSU-56K4 Card 

Type
Description

Interface type

Switched 56/64-kbps interface

Cisco IOS requirement

11.3(2)XAT or later

Serial network support

Synchronous, full duplex

Physical connector

RJ-45

Number of connectors/ports

One

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety conformance

UL1950

Spare

WIC-1DSU-56K4=


WIC-1DSU-T1

The WIC-1DSU-T1 card is a single-port, T1/fractional T1 CSU/DSU interface card. Use the WIC-1DSU-T1 card for a cost effective router-CSU/DSU combination with the following features:

T1 or fractional T1 network interface

N x 64-kbps or N x 56-kbps non-channelized data rates (N = 1 to 24)

Full management features:

Configuration: Capability for remote configuration via Telnet from the Cisco IOS CLI.

Monitoring: Router and CSU/DSU manageable as a single SNMP entity; extensive CSU/DSU statistics provided by the Cisco IOS CLI.

Troubleshooting: Extensive loopbacks (including a manual button for network line loopback), bit error rate tester (BERT) test patterns, alarm counters, and performance reports, all of which are accessible from the Cisco IOS CLI. LEDs for carrier detect, loopback, and alarm functions.

Technical Specifications

Table 2-18 lists the technical specifications for the WIC-1DSU-T1 card.

Table 2-18 Technical Specifications for WIC-1DSU-T1 Card 

Type
Description

Interface type

T1 or fractional T1

Serial network support

Synchronous, full duplex

Physical connector

RJ-45

Number of connectors/ports

One

Cisco IOS requirement

11.3(4)T or later

Compliance

FCC Class B device, CE

Safety conformance

UL1950

Spare

WIC-1DSU-T1=


VWICs

This section describes the VWICS that are available for use in the MRP card and the ASI81 card:

VWIC-1MFT-T1 and VWIC-2MFT-T1

VWIC-1MFT-E1 and VWIC-2MFT-E1

VWIC-1MFT-T1 and VWIC-2MFT-T1

The VWIC-1MFT-T1 card is a one-port, RJ-48 multiflex trunk T1 interface card that supports 24 channels (see Figure 2-16). The VWIC-2MFT-T1 card is a two-port, RJ-48 multiflex trunk T1 interface card that supports 48 channels (see Figure 2-17). Use the cards for the following applications:

Data: As a WIC for T1/fractional T1 applications. The card integrates a fully managed CSU/DSU.

Packet voice: As a VIC for the Digital T1 Packet Voice Trunk Network Module to provide T1 connections to PBXs and central offices (COs), enabling new services and reducing voice/fax toll charges.

Multiplexed voice/data: As a dual-port T1with integrated CSU/DSUs, reducing the complexity and number of network components and easing migration to bandwidth-efficient packet voice.

Configuration Guidelines

The following configuration guidelines apply to the VWIC-1MFT-T1 and VWIC-2MFT-T1 cards:

Each MRP supports a maximum of two T1 spans.

Each MRP supports a maximum of one T1 voice span.

Each MRP supports a maximum of one T1 data span.

When one VWIC-1MFT-T1 card is used for data, it supports 24 simultaneous data connections.

When one VWIC-2MFT-T1 card is used for a T1 voice span, it can support up to 24 simultaneous voice connections.

Each VWIC card supports a maximum of one channelized T1 group for data.

Figure 2-16 1-Port T1 Multiflex Trunk Interface Card, VWIC-1MFT-T1

Figure 2-17 2-Port T1 Multiflex Trunk Interface Card, VWIC-2MFT-T1

Technical Specifications

Table 2-19 lists the technical specifications for the VWIC-1MFT-T1 and VWIC-2MFT-T1 cards.

Table 2-19 Technical Specifications for VWIC-1MFT-T1 and VWIC-2MFT-T1 Cards 

Type
Description

Interface type

T1 or fractional T1

Transmit bit rate

1.544 Mbps +/-50 bps/32 PPM

Receive bit rate

1.544 Mbps +/-50 bps/32 PPM

Line code

AMI, B8ZS

AMI1 ones density

Enforced for N x 56 kbps channels

Framing format

D4 Super Frame (SF) and Extended Superframe (ESF)

Output level (LBO)

0, -7.5, or -15 dB

Input level

+1 dB0 down to -24 dB0

DTE interface (WIC mode)

Fractional service

DTE interface (VIC mode)

G.704/structured

DCE interface

G.704/structured

Physical connector

RJ-48

Number of connectors/ports

One (VWIC-1MFT-T1)

Two (VWIC-2MFT-T1)

Cisco IOS requirement

12.0(5)XK or later

Compliance

ANSI T1.403
ATT 54016
Bellcore—AT&T Accunet (62411)
CS-03
FCC Part 68; FCC Part 15 Class B, T1
Canada (CSA 950, T1; CSA C108.8 Class A, T1)
Japan (VCCI Class 2, VCCI:V-3/97.04, T1, JATE Green Book, IEC950)
U.K. (BS6301, EN60950, EN41003)

Safety conformance

UL1950, T1

Spare

VWIC-1MFT1-T1=, VWIC-2MFT1-T1=

1 AMI = alternate mark inversion


VWIC-1MFT-E1 and VWIC-2MFT-E1

The VWIC-1MFT-E1 card is a one-port, RJ-48 multiflex trunk E1 interface card that supports 30 channels (see Figure 2-16). The VWIC-2MFT-E1 card is a two-port, RJ-48 multiflex trunk E1 interface card that supports 60 channels (see Figure 2-17).

Table 2-20 lists the technical specifications for the VWIC-1MFT-E1 and VWIC-2MFT-E1 cards.

Table 2-20 Technical Specifications for VWIC-1MFT-E1 and VWIC-2MFT-E1 Cards 

Type
Description

Interface type

E1 or fractional E1

Transmit bit rate

2.048 Mbps +/- 100 bps/50 PPM

Receive bit rate

2.048 Mbps +/- 100 bps/50 PPM

Data rate

1.984 Mbps (framed mode) per E1 port

Clocking

Internal and loop (recovered from network)

E1 national bits

Software-configurable

Encoding

HDB3

DTE interface (WIC mode)

Fractional service

DTE interface (VIC mode)

G.704/structured

DCE interface

G.704/structured

Physical connector

RJ-48

Number of connectors/ports

One (VWIC-1MFT-E1)

Two (VWIC-2MFT-E1)

Cisco IOS requirement

12.0(5)XK or later

Compliance

Australia (TS 016, AS/NZS 3548:1995)
Europe (EN55022 Class B, EN55102-1, EN55102-2, CTR12, EN60950, EN50082-1:1992, EN55022:1994)
France (NFC98020, EN60950, EN41003)
Germany (TUV GS, EN60950; VDE 0878 part 3 and 30)
Sweden (SS447-2-22, SS636334, EN60950)
UK (NTR4)
CCITT/ITU G.704, I.431
ETSI NET5, ETS300156
TBR4
CTR-13
ETS 300011
ITU I.431

Spare

VWIC-1MFT-E1=, VWIC-2MFT-E1=