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Updated:December 23, 2015
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These release notes describe new enhancements and fixed caveats for the VDSL CPE PHY using firmware release B2pvC038u. This firmware is used for Cisco CPEs and certified by Deutsch Telekom with its Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexers (DSLAMs). Cisco does not support any CPE interoperability issues if the CPEs are not tested with the DSLAMs by Deutsch Telekom. In this firmware Annex J mode is enabled.
Table 1 lists the supported Cisco 886VA Series Routers and Cisco 896VA Series Routers with their respective memory and IOS requirements while using firmware release B2pvC038u.
Note This firmware version is compiled with the SDK version 4.02L.03 and supports IOS release 15.6(2)T and earlier releases up to the supported version mentioned in the firmware release note. This firmware is not supported with Cisco IOS 15.6(3)M and later releases.
Table 1 Supported Cisco 886 Routers and Cisco 896 Routers with Memory Requirements
15.2(4) M or later
1 GB DRAM
The following EHWIC is supported with B2pvC038u:
C1900/C2900/C3900/C3900e Series router with Cisco EHWIC-VA-DSL-B
Determining the Firmware Version
To determine the version of firmware currently running on your Cisco 886VA Series Router, issue the following IOS command and look for the output entries shown in bold in this example:
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