Guest

Cisco 1700 Series Modular Access Routers

Cisco 1750 Modular Access Router End-of-Sale Announcement

Product Bulletin No. 1660

Cisco 1750 Modular Access Router
End-of-Sale Announcement

This Product Bulletin serves as the formal notification of the End of Sales (EoS), End of Engineering, and End of Life (EoL) for Cisco 1750, Cisco 1750-2V, and Cisco 1750-4V router models along with associated spares and bundles. The replacement product is the Cisco 1751 Modular Access Router. All Cisco 1750 customers are advised to transition to the Cisco 1751, which offers new features, higher performance, and twice the default memory for the same price (see Table 1 for Cisco 1750 and Cisco 1751 feature comparisons). Table 2 lists Cisco 1750 SKUs affected by the End-of-Sale announcement. Key dates for EOS/EOL are detailed in Table 3. The replacement products are detailed in Table 4.

The Cisco 1750 has won many industry awards and had offered a platform to converge voice and data networks for small and medium-sized business (SMB) and enterprise small branch office customers. The introduction of the Cisco 1751 has taken the successes of the Cisco 1750 to the next level, leading to the EOS of the Cisco 1750 platform. Reasons for this action include:

  • Customers have demonstrated clear preference for Cisco 1751 since its introduction, leading to a dramatic decrease in Cisco 1750 sales

  • New Cisco IOS® images with voice features will require memory beyond the maximum available memory

  • Manufacturers are discontinuing some components used in the Cisco 1750

The Cisco 1751, introduced in May 2001, delivers new features, higher performance, and more memory at the same price as the Cisco 1750. Table 1 details the advantages of the Cisco 1751 platform. For more information on Cisco 1751, please go to Cisco 1751 data sheet at:
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/rt/1700/prodlit/c1751_ds.htm


Table 1: Cisco 1751 and 1750 Product Comparison
Features Cisco 1751 Cisco 1750
Modular Slots

3

3

Performance Increase Over 1750

+40%

Base Memory (Flash/DRAM)

16/32 MB

4/16 MB

Max. Memory (Flash/DRAM)

16/96 MB

16/48 MB

Max. Voice Calls

12

6

SPMM (DSP) Slots

2

1

Packetized Voice Support

X

X

Analog Voice

X

X

Analog Direct Inward Dial

X

Digital Voice

X

IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Support

X

Cisco 1750 Family End-of-Sales/End-of-Life (EOS/EOL) Information


Table 2: EOS/EOL Products
Part Number Description
Cisco 1750

10/100 Modular Router with 1VIC, 2WIC/VIC slots, Cisco IOS IP SW

Cisco 1750-2V

10/100 Modular Router with 2 voice channels, IOS® IP/VOICE + SW

Cisco 1750-4V

10/100 Modular Router with 4 voice channels, IOS IP/VOICE + SW

Cisco 1750-ADSL

10/100 BaseT Modular ADSL Router

UPG1750-2V-16D=

CISCO1750 2-voice port upgrade kit with memory, DSP, IOS voice software

UPG1750-4V-16D=

CISCO1750 4-voice port upgrade kit with memory, DSP, IOS voice software


Table 3: Key EOS/EOL Dates for Cisco 1750 Platforms
Milestone Dates Description
End-Of-Sales Announcement

February 1, 2002

Cisco 1750 End-of-Sales announced

End-Of-Sales Date

May 31, 2002

Last day to place orders

End of Production

August 31, 2002

Last day products shipped from manufacturing— depends on backlog and service requirements

Last Date for Hardware Support

May 31, 2004

Cisco will no longer make changes to the hardware defects in the design of hardware

Last Date for Software Support

May 31, 2005

Cisco will no longer provide fixes for defects in the Software

Product Obsolete (EOL)

May 31, 2007

No further support. No technical support calls or RMAs

Expiration Date for
(Renewed) Contracts

May 31, 2007

Contracts for the product can be renewed within the 12 months prior to April 30, 2007 and the renewal price will be prorated, accordingly. After April 30, 2007, the product will expire from the renewed contract.

The following section describes the replacement platforms.


Table 4: Product Substitution
EoS Product Replacement Product Advantages of Replacement Product

Cisco 1750

Cisco 1751 or Cisco 1751-V

  • Cisco 1751 offers higher performance and new features

    • 40% increase in performance

    • Increased default memory lowers overall solution cost

    • IEEE 802.1Q VLAN support

    • ISDN BRI NT Voice

    • Analog Direct Inward Dial support

    • Two PVDM (DSP) slots for higher voice density and ease-of-use

  • Cisco 1751-V offers a fully loaded memory configuration, 32MB Flash and 64 MB DRAM, to enable lower e-business solution costs

Cisco 1750-2V

Cisco 1751-V

Same as above

Cisco 1750-4V

Cisco 1751-V

Same as above

Cisco 1750-ADSL

Cisco 1751-ADSL

Same as above

UPG1750-2V-16D=

N/A

N/A

UPG1751-4V-16D=

N/A

N/A



Support Programs

EoS refers to the time when products are no longer available for new purchases; it does not apply to the service and support programs for those products. Cisco will continue to support the listed products through its SMARTnet and comprehensive maintenance programs. Customers with either of these service contracts are entitled to free software updates, 24-hour phone support through the Technical Assistance Center, and advanced replacement of hardware for repairs. Comprehensive maintenance customers also receive onsite service. Customers who do not have a maintenance contract can purchase software updates and hardware repair services from Cisco to meet specific requirements rather than full-service coverage. Cisco is committed to providing software support for a minimum of two years and providing technical support for a period of five years after the EoS date.

Software Support

Cisco 1750 family is supported in Cisco IOS Software releases through Cisco IOS 12.2.8T and Cisco IOS 12.3 Mainline.