Release Notes for Cisco Catalyst IR8140 Heavy Duty Series Router - Release 17.5.1
Updated : June 2, 2021
The following release notes support the Cisco Catalyst IR8140 Heavy Duty Series Router (IR8140H), the next generation modular IP 66/67 Industrial Router for outdoor use. There are two IR8140H models:
■IR8140H-P-K9 (PoE PSE)
■IR8140H-K9 (Without PoE)
These release notes are updated to describe new features, limitations, troubleshooting, recommended configurations, caveats, and provide information on how to obtain support and documentation.
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The IR8140H Series features 4 external module slots plus two onboard WAN ports and supports the following:
■GNSS onboard transceiver
■900MHz WPAN – OFDM/FSK
■4G/LTE IRMH modules
■1x 1Gbe SFP WAN
■1x 1Gbe Cu WAN
■PoE (15W) – Supported only on the IR8140H-P-K9 PID
■12VDC_OUT port (Only available when PoE is not in use)
■Battery Backup Units (BBUs) – Up to 3
■2x Alarm ports (Digital IO)
Image Information and Supported Platforms
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Cisco IOS-XE Release 17.5.1 includes the following Cisco images:
The latest software downloads for the IR8100 can be found at:
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Interface Naming Conventions
The following table shows the names of the interfaces.
Table 1 Hardware Interface Naming Convention
Gigabit Ethernet ports
Cellular Interface on IR1101 Base
alarm contact 1-2
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