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Product Bulletin, No. 1311
End of Life Announcement
OverviewCisco is announcing the End of Life (EOL) for the ATUC-1-4DMT and ATUC-1-4DMT-2 ADI-based four-port discrete multitone (DMT) line card. Customers are encouraged to purchase the ATUC-4-FLX-2, ATUC-8-DMT-1, or ATUC-8-DMT-1-H for continuing DSL rollouts, and participate in the Technology Migration Program. Customers with existing Cisco 677 customer premises equipment (CPE) can interoperate with Cisco 12.1(6) IOS® releases and above. Thus the ATUC-4-FLX-2 or ATUC-8-DMT-1-H will interoperate with both the Cisco 677 and the Cisco 678.
After the EOL of the Cisco 677 and 678, customers are encouraged to migrate to the Cisco SOHO77, Cisco 827, or a third-party CPE that has been tested for interoperability with Cisco 6000 IP digital-subscriber-line (DSL) switches.
Product IDs and dates (Last-Time Buy, End of Hardware Support, and End of Software Support) are listed below.
End-of-Life ProductsDefinitions: LTB = Last-Time Buy, EOSS = End of Software Support (no more software bug fixes),
EOHS = End of Hardware Support (no more hardware bug fixes)
Last day to order product: April 2, 2001
Last Software Support DateLast date of support is April 2, 2004. Any issues with software or hardware beyond these dates will not be addressed. The customer will be required to migrate to new DSL products available at that time.
Date for Discontinuing Renewal of ContractsExisting service contracts will be honored. New contracts will not be honored beyond End of Support dates for the software or hardware.
Date ObsoleteThe ATUC-1-4DMT and ATUC-1-4DMT-2 line cards are considered obsolete, and all activities required to support these products will cease on April 2, 2006.