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Cisco AS5200 Hardware/Cisco IOS Software Compatibility Matrix
February 22, 2001
The Cisco AS5200 Hardware/Cisco IOS software Compatibility Matrix documents the technical compatibility of Cisco AS5200 universal access server hardware and associated add-on boards with the appropriate Cisco IOS software release, boot code, and ROM Monitors.
Note The compatibility matrixes below indicate the earliest version of a given Cisco IOS software version that is compatible with the listed hardware. If the indicated version of Cisco IOS software is not available on Cisco Connection Online (CCO) for any reason, any subsequent Cisco IOS software version of the same branch will also work. For example, 11.3(3)T, 11.3(4)T, and 11.3(5)T can be substituted for 11.3(3+)T.
Table 1 Cisco AS5200 MICA Modem Module Portware Compatibility Matrix
Cisco AS5200 Hardware IOS Boot ROM Monitor
•Cisco AS5200 chassis
•Dual CT1/PRI (AS52-2CT1)
•Cisco Microcom carrier card (AS52-CC-MCOM)
•Cisco Microcom 12-port modem module (AS52-12MCOM)
11.2(1+), 11.2(1+)P, 11.3(1+), 11.3(1+)T, 12.0(1), 12.0(1)T
Dual CE1/PRI Feature Board
•Dual CE1/PRI (AS52-2CE1-B & AS52-2CE1-U)
11.2(5+)P, 11.3(1+), 11.3(1+)T, 12.0(1), 12.0(1)T
Cisco Microcom 56K Modems
•Cisco Microcom carrier card (AS52-CC-MCOM)
•Cisco Microcom 12-port modem module (AS52-12MCOM)1
11.2(8)P, 11.3(1+), 11.3(1+)T,
Cisco Mica Modems
•Cisco MICA HMM carrier card (AS52-CC-DM)
•Cisco MICA HMM (6-port) modem module (AS52-6DM)
1 System requires 8MB boot Flash memory.
2 If you are not using the 11.3(2+)T boot code image, you must upgrade your system to run portware version 188.8.131.52 on a Cisco AS5200 access server.
ROM Monitor and Boot Code
ROM monitor and boot code information can be found in the portware release notes at the following URL:
•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
•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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