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Cisco IOS 15.8(3)M1-Release Notes for Cisco 2000 Series Connected Grid Routers and GRWIC-4G-LTE-EA and GRWIC-4G-LTE-LA Modules
About the Cisco Next Generation Connected Grid 4G GRWIC Module
These release notes contain the latest information about the next-generation Cisco 4G LTE GRWIC Module for the CGR 2010 Series routers. These release notes document important information about the interface cards supported on the Cisco 2010 Connected Grid Router (CGR 2010, or router) and Cisco IOS Release 15.8(3)M1 release and greater.
Note: This new product replaces the previous Cisco 4G LTE GRWIC Module (part numbers: GRWIC-4G-LTE-A, GRWIC-4G-LTE-G, GRWIC-4G-LTE-V). These older modules are not supported in Cisco IOS 15.8 and beyond.
Note: Please use these Release Notes in conjunction with the Cross-Platform Release Notes for Cisco IOS Release for Cisco IOS Release 15.8(3)M, which highlights Open and Resolved caveats in Cisco IOS 15.8(3)M1.
This guide includes the following sections:
This document uses the following conventions.
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The Cisco Next-Generation Connected Grid 4G Multi-mode LTE GRWIC for CGR 2010 provides power utility providers wireless connectivity for their substations routers. It can be used as a back-up WAN link or as a primary path for remote locations.
Cisco Next-Generation 4G LTE GRWIC Module will support 4G LTE for EMEA, North America, APJC and Latin America regions.
This section describes the supported platforms and minimum software release required to use the interface cards with the CGR 2010 router.
Cisco Next-Generation Connected Grid 2G/3G/4G Multi-mode LTE GRWIC (US, Canada, Europe)
■LTE FDD 2100 MHz (band 1), 1900 MHz (band 2, band 25), 1800 MHz (band 3), 1700 MHz (band 4), 850 MHz (band 5, band 26), 2600 (band 7),
■UMTS and HSPA+: 2100 MHz (band 1), 1900 MHz (band 2), 1800 MHz (band 3), 1700 MHz (band 4), 850 MHz (band 5), 900 MHz (band 8)
Cisco Next-Generation Connected Grid 2G/3G/4G Multi-mode LTE GRWIC (Australia)
■Cisco LTE FDD 2100 MHz (band 1), 1800 MHz (band 3), 850 MHz (band 5), 2600 MHz (band 7), 900 MHz (band 8), 850 MHz (band 18, band 19), 1500 MHz (band 21), 700 MHz (band 28) and TDD LTE 2600 MHz (band 38), 1900 MHz (band 39), 2300 MHz (band 40) and 2500 MHz (band 41) at Category 4 LTE speeds.
UMTS and HSPA+: 2100 MHz (band 1), 850 MHz (band 5), 800 MHz (band 6, band 19), 900 MHz (band 8), 1700 MHz (band 9) and TD-SCDMA 1900 MHz (band 39)
■CDMA/EVDO: 800-900 MHz Cellular Band and 1800-1900 MHz PCS Band
Figure 1 Components of 4G-LTE-EA and 4G-LTE-LA
See Cross-Platform Release Notes for Cisco IOS Release for Cisco IOS Release 15.8(3)M, which highlights Open and Resolved caveats in Cisco IOS 15.8(3)M1.
You can use the Bug Search Tool to find information about caveats for this release, including a description of the problems and available workarounds. The Bug Search Tool lists both open and resolved caveats.
To access the Bug Search Tool, you need the following items:
■Cisco.com user ID and password
To access the Bug Search Tool, use the following URL: https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/search
To search using a specific bug ID, use the following URL: https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/bug/ <BUGID>
Cisco Connected Grid Routers 2010 Hardware Installation Guide