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Compatibility Matrix for Cisco MICA 56K Modem Portware with Cisco IOS Software on Cisco 3600 and Cisco 3700 Universal Access Servers

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Compatibility Matrix for Cisco MICA 56K Modem Portware with Cisco IOS Software on Cisco 3600 and Cisco 3700 Universal Access Servers

New with This Release

Compatibility Matrix

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Compatibility Matrix for Cisco MICA 56K Modem Portware with Cisco IOS Software on Cisco 3600 and Cisco 3700 Universal Access Servers


June 22, 2004

This document contains Cisco IOS software compatibility for the Cisco 3600 series and Cisco 3700 series using Cisco MICA 56K modem portware.

This document contains the following sections:

New with This Release

Compatibility Matrix

Related Links

Obtaining Documentation

Obtaining Technical Assistance, page 6

Obtaining Additional Publications and Information

New with This Release

V.92 and V.44 are now supported on all Cisco 3600 series and Cisco 3700 series platforms with Cisco IOS Release 12.2(15)T.


Note The Cisco 3600 and Cisco 3700 support V.92 and V.44 in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)YT and 12.2(15)T. Cisco AS5x00 platforms support V.92 and V.44 in 12.2(11)T.


Compatibility Matrix

Table 1 Cisco MICA Portware Releases

Portware Version
Reason for Release

2.9.4.0 1

Initial V.92 release on the Cisco 3600 series and Cisco 3700 series. Adds features to existing 2.9.2.0 features.

Support for V.92 and V.44 with Cisco MICA modems has been added for all Cisco 3600 series and Cisco 3700 series platforms in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(15)T2 .

A new general purpose bit mapped S-register (S82), similar to S54, has been added as a part of the resolution of CSCdy17030. See CSCdy17030—Do not mark DSP OOS for checksum error.

Changes have been made to the call setup code of the S54 GENERAL_PURPOSE_MAP s-register. See the CSCdw05174— Improvement for shorter Call Setup time needed for Cisco MICA.

2.9.2.03

Maintenance release. Adds features to existing 2.9.1.0 features. Adds backward compatibility for support of pre-V.92 Cisco IOS Software versions.

Capabilities exchange enhancements added to address CSCdu43488---Capabilities exchange needs to be fully implemented. Refer to the Release Notes for Cisco MICA Portware Version 2.9.2.0 on Cisco AS5300 and Cisco AS5800 Universal Access Servers for more information.

2.7.4.0

Maintenance release. New features added to existing 2.7.3.0 features. Cisco IOS Software Release 12.2 support.

S74—Minimum duration of TRN1d signal in milliseconds (CSCdv46797).

S74 allows you to optimize the overall time to connect for V.90 calls. S74 replaces S62.

2.7.3.0

Maintenance release. New features added to existing 2.7.2.0 features. Cisco IOS Software Release 12.1(5) support.

V.110 blind connect feature for compatibility with nonstandard clients (CSCdr39887), which is enabled by bit 9 in S-register S54.

New S-registers:

S71 and S72 (Decouple maximum symbol rates for V.90 and V.34)

S64, finer granularity in modulation selection (CSCdm94337)

Note Cisco MICA Portware Version 2.7.3.0 support on Cisco AS5800 universal access servers will be available in a future maintenance release.

2.9.1.04

Feature release. New features added to existing 2.7.3.0 features. Cisco IOS Software Release 12.2(2)XA and 12.2(2)XB support.

V.44 LZJH

V.92 Modem on Hold

V.92 Quick Connect

2.7.2.0

Maintenance release adding support for the following features with Cisco IOS software release 12.1(5)T:

CallTracker (requires Cisco IOS Software Release 12.1(3)T)

Parity for error controlled connections (CSCdj92333)

V.110 with additional V.110 speeds:28800, 24000, 12000 bps (CSCdm43898)

2.7.1.0

V.110 and store and forward fax support.

2.6.2.0

Resource Pool Management (RPM)

Note The Cisco 3600 series does not support RPM.

2.5.1.0

V.90 and RFC-2217 dialout support for fax/data.

2.3.1.0

R1 support and maintenance release.

2.2.3.0

K56flex support.

1 If you are using V.92 and V.44, Cisco MICA Portware Version 2.9.2.0 is supported with Cisco IOS Releases 12.2(2)XA, 12.2(2)XB, 12.2(11)T, and higher. If you are using V.90 or below, Cisco MICA Portware Version 2.9.2.0 is supported with Cisco IOS Releases 11.2(16+)P, 11.3(5)T/NA/AA, 12.0 (all), 12.1 (all), and 12.2 (all).
The Cisco 3600 series is supported in Cisco MICA Portware Version 2.9.1.0 through Version 2.9.4.0, but only Version 2.9.1.0 contains the bundled firmware for the Cisco 3600 series and Cisco 3700 series.

2 The Cisco 3600 and Cisco 3700 support V.92 and V.44 in Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)YT and 12.2(15)T. Cisco AS5x00 platforms support V.92 and V.44 in 12.2(11)T.

3 On all Cisco IOS software platforms that support Cisco MICA portware but that do not support V.92 and V.44, Cisco MICA portware 2.9.2.0 and follow on releases are supported as long as V.92 and V.44 are disabled in the configuration.

4 Cisco MICA Version 2.9.1.0 is compatible only with Cisco IOS Versions that support V.92.


Table 2 Portware Compatibility Matrix for the Cisco 3600 Series and Cisco 3700 Series

Portware
11.2P and 11.3T
12.0 and 12.0T
12.1 and 12.1T
12.2, 12.2T, 12.3, and 12.3T

2.9.4.0 (V.92 and V.44)

-

-

-

12.2(11)YT1 , 12.2(15)T, 12.2, 12.2T, 12.3(1), 12.3(2)T

2.9.2.0, 2.9.4.0 (V.90)

11.2(16+)P, 11.3(5+)

12.0(1+), 12.0(1+)T

12.1(1+), 12.1(5+)T

12.3(1), 12.3(2)T

2.7.1.0, 2.7.2.0, 2.7.3.0, 2.7.4.0 (V.110)

-

-

12.1(5+)T

12.3(1), 12.3(2)T

2.7.2.0 (V.90)

11.2(16+)P, 11.3(5+)T

12.0(1+), 12.0(1+)T

12.1(1+), 12.1(5+)T

12.3(1), 12.3(2)T

2.6.2.0(V.90)

11.2(16+)P, 11.3(5+)

12.0(1+), 12.0(1+)T

12.1(1+), 12.1(5+)T

 

2.6.2.0 (Fax/DialOut)2

11.3(6+)T

12.0(1+), 12.0(1+)T

12.1(1+), 12.1(5+)T

 

2.5.1.0 (V.90)

11.2(16+)P, 11.3(5+)

12.0(1+), 12.0(1+)T

12.1(1+), 12.1(5+)T

 

2.5.1.0 (Fax/DialOut)2

11.3(6+)T

12.0(1+), 12.0(1+)T

12.1(1+), 12.1(5+)T

 

2.3.1.0

11.2(10+)P, 11.3(2+)T

12.0(1+), 12.0(1+)T

12.1(1+), 12.1(5+)T

 

2.2.3.0

11.2(10+)P, 11.3(2+)T3

12.0(1+), 12.0(1+)T

12.1(1+), 12.1(5+)T

 

1 Support for V.92 and V.44 on the Cisco 36x0 and Cisco 37x0 has been added with Cisco IOS Release 12.2(11)YT. Cisco MICA Version 2.9.1.0 is the bundled portware with the Cisco IOS software. The Cisco 3600 series and Cisco 3700 series are supported in Cisco MICA Portware Version 2.9.1.0 through Version 2.9.4.0, but only Version 2.9.1.0 contains the bundled firmware for the Cisco 3600 and Cisco 3700 series.

2 The Cisco DialOut Utility (CDU) is no longer supported. See the following CDU replacement information:
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/as/1188_pb.htm

3 IOS version numbers with a "+" next to them indicate that compatibility exists on that version as well as later versions of that IOS train. For example, 11.1(7+)AA indicates that it is compatible with version 11.1(7)AA, 11.1(8)AA, and 11.1(9)AA.



Note Cisco MICA support on the Cisco 3660 requires a minimum Cisco IOS Release 12.0(7)XK1, to a maximum of 12.1(5+)T, or higher.



Note Cisco MICA support using BRI requires Cisco IOS Release 12.0(3+)T.


Related Links

Cisco IOS Release 12.2 Master Indexes

AT Command Set and Register Summary for Cisco MICA 6-Port Modules

SPE and Firmware Download Enhancements

Cisco AS5300 universal access servers Cisco MICA release notes index page

V.92 and V.44 Support for Digital Modems

Cisco AS5x00 Cisco MICA 6-Port and 12-Port Modem Module Portware/Cisco IOS Software Compatibility Matrixes

Cisco AS5300 access servers, Appendix A, "Managing Modems," and Appendix B, "Rom Monitor," in the Cisco AS5300 Universal Access Server Software Configuration Guide

Modem Management Commands

Cisco IOS Dial Services Command Reference for Cisco IOS Software Release 12.2

Cisco IOS Dial Technologies Configuration Guide, Release 12.2

Quick Start Guide, Cisco AS5300 Universal Access Server Install and Configure

V.90 and RFC-2217 dialout support for fax/data


Note The Cisco DialOut Utility (CDU) is no longer supported. Refer to the Sample NAS Configurations for Cisco DialOut Utility document for information about RFC-2217 reverse TELNET support.


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