Cisco 2600 Series Router

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Modular Access Routers 

2600 Product Overview

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Cisco Systems extends enterprise-class versatility, integration and power to branch offices with the Cisco 2600 series modular access router family, for an attractive price.

The Cisco 2600 series modular architecture offers network managers and service providers a branch office solution that provides the versatility needed to adapt to changes in network technology, as new services and applications become available. With full support of the Cisco IOS software, Cisco 2600 modular architecture provides the power to support the advanced Quality of Service (QoS), security, and network integration features required in today`s evolving enterprise and service provider networks.

The Cisco 2600 series shares modular interfaces with the Cisco 1600, 1700 and 3600 series, providing a cost-effective solution to meet today`s branch office needs for applications such as:

While the pace of change in network technology continues to increase, global deregulation of telecommunications has allowed more service providers to compete for data, voice and video network services. Only companies who have designed their network infrastructures with these factors in mind will be able to benefit from the lower prices caused by increased competition and protect themselves from "technology lockout" in the future.

The Cisco 2600 series features single or dual fixed LAN interfaces, a network module slot, two Cisco WAN interface card (WIC) slots, and a new Advanced Integration Module (AIM) slot. LAN support includes single and dual Ethernet options; 10/100 Mbps autosensing Ethernet; mixed Token-Ring and Ethernet; and single Token Ring chassis versions. WAN interface cards support a variety of serial, ISDN BRI, and integrated CSU/DSU options for primary and backup WAN connectivity, while available network modules support multiservice voice/data/fax integration, departmental dial concentration, and high-density serial options. The AIM slot supports integration of advanced services such as hardware-assisted data compression and in the future, encryption. All Cisco 2600 series routers include an auxiliary port supporting 115Kbps Dial On Demand Routing, ideal for back-up WAN connectivity.

Figure 18-12: Cisco 2600 Rear Panel (Cisco 2611 shown)

 

As part of Cisco`s comprehensive end-to-end networking solution, the Cisco 2600 series allows businesses to extend a cost-effective, seamless multiservice network infrastructure to the branch office. By deploying the Cisco 2600 series router, companies can consolidate the functions of multiple separate devices into a single, compact package that can be managed remotely. Because the Cisco 2600 series is modular, interface configurations are easily customized to accommodate a wide variety of network applications. Some of these applications include the following:

 

Key Features and Benefits

As part of Cisco`s comprehensive end-to-end networking solution, the Cisco 2600 series supports the value of end-to-end Cisco network solutions with the following benefits:

Standard Features

The Cisco 2600 series is available in the following six base configurations:

Each model also has two WAN interface card slots, one network module slot, and one AIM slot. All Cisco 2600s include the Cisco IOS IP feature set; other feature sets may be selected as upgrade options.

Table 18-75: Cisco 2600 Series Standard Configurations

Chassis

No. and Type of Fixed LAN Port(s)

Type of Power Supply Included

No. of Network Module Slots

No. of WAN Interface Card Slots

No. of Advanced Integration Module Slots

Cisco 2610

1 Ethernet

AC

1

2

1

Cisco 2610-DC

1 Ethernet

DC

1

2

1

Cisco 2610-RPS

1 Ethernet

None, requires external RPS

1

2

1

Cisco 2611

2 Ethernet

AC

1

2

1

Cisco 2611-DC

2 Ethernet

DC

1

2

1

Cisco 2611-RPS

2 Ethernet

None, requires external RPS

1

2

1

Cisco 2612

1 Ethernet, 1 Token Ring

AC

1

2

1

Cisco 2612-DC

1 Ethernet, 1 Token Ring

DC

1

2

1

Cisco 2610-RPS

1 Ethernet, 1 Token Ring

None, requires external RPS

1

2

1

Cisco 2613

1 Token Ring

AC

1

2

1

Cisco 2613-DC

1 Token Ring

DC

1

2

1

Cisco 2613-RPS

1 Token Ring

None, requires external RPS

1

2

1

Cisco 2620

1 10/100 Ethernet

AC

1

2

1

Cisco 2620-DC

1 10/100 Ethernet

DC

1

2

1

Cisco 2620-RPS

1 10/100 Ethernet

None - Requires external RPS

1

2

1

Cisco 2621

2 10/100 Ethernet

AC

1

2

1

Cisco 2621- DC

2 10/100 Ethernet

DC

1

2

1

Cisco 2621-RPS

2 10/100 Ethernet

None - Requires external RPS

1

2

1

Requires the PWR600-AC-RPS-NCAB or the PWR600-DC-RPS-CAB, see the "600-Watt Redundant AC Power System (RPS)" sections in the "Power Supplies and Power Cords" chapter.


Note See the end of the Cisco 2600 section for a list of all Cisco 2600 supported network modules (NMs), advanced integration modules (AIMs), WAN interface cards (WICs), and Voice interface cards (VICs)

Network Modules, WAN Interface Cards, and Advanced Integration Modules

The Cisco 2600 shares modular interfaces with the popular Cisco 1600, 1720 and 3600 series. The following is a summary of the interfaces currently supported by the Cisco 2600.

For detailed information about network modules, WAN interface cards, and advanced integration modules, see the Channelized OC-12 Line Card section.

Specifications

Hardware
Table 18-76: Technical Specifications for Cisco 2600 Series

Description

Specification

Console Port/Speed

115.2 Kbps

Auxiliary Port/Speed

115.2 Kbps with Dial on Demand Routing capability

Processor

Motorola MPC860 40 MHz (50 MHz for Cisco 262x)

DRAM Memory

Two DIMM slots supporting 16 to 64 MB total

Flash Memory

One SIMM slot supporting 4 to 16 MB

Software options

IP feature set bundled with chassis, other IOS feature sets offered as upgrade options
Supported Releases: 11.3T or later, including 12.0 and 12.0T

Other components included with Chassis

IP IOS feature set, requires Flash and System Memory to support the IP feature set
Power Cable
LAN Cable(s)
Auxiliary and Console Cables
19 in. Rack Mount Brackets
Configuration documentation
Reference documentation (CD ROM)

Router management options

Cisco View, Cisco Works, Cisco Voice Manager, ConfigMaker, Enhanced Set-up


Table 18-77: Power Requirements for Cisco 2600 Series

Description

Specification

Power Dissipation

72W max.

AC input voltage

100 to 240 VAC

AC input current

1.5A

Frequency

47 to 64 Hz

DC Input Voltage

-38V to -75V

DC Input Current

2A


Table 18-78: Physical and Environmental Specifications for Cisco 2600 Series

Description

Specification

Operating Temperature

32 to 104F (0 to 40C)

Storage Temperature

-13 to 158F (-25 to 70C)

Humidity

5 to 95% non-condensing

Noise Level

38 dbA min./ 42 dbA max.

Dimensions (H x W x D)

1.69 x 17.5 x 11.8 in. (4.3 x 44.5 x 30 cm)

Weight (average shipping)

8.85 lb. (4.02 kg) min.

10.25 lb. (4.66 kg) max.


Table 18-79: Regulatory Approvals for Cisco 2600 Series

Description

Specification

Regulatory compliance

FCC Part 15 Class B. For additional compliance information, refer to the 2600 Series Public Network Certification document.



Note For detailed information about network modules (NMs), WAN interface cards (WICs) and Voice Interface cards (VICs), see the Channelized OC-12 Line Card section in this chapter.

 

Software
Table 18-80: Cisco 2600 Series Software Specifications and Minimum Recommended Memory for IOS Version 12.0(3)1

Feature Sets

IP

IP/IPX/AT/DEC

Remote Access Services

Enterprise

Enterprise/ APPN

Base

4 MB Flash

20 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

24 MB DRAM

4 MB Flash

20 MB DRAM

Firewall only no encryption

4 MB Flash

20 MB DRAM

Plus

8 MB Flash

32 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

32 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

32 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

40 MB DRAM

Firewall and Plus

8 MB Flash

32 MB DRAM

Plus features and 56-bit IPSec encryption

8 MB Flash

32 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

40 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

40 MB DRAM

Plus features and triple DES 56 bit (3DES) IPSec encryption

8 MB Flash

32 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

40 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

40 MB DRAM

Firewall, Plus features and 56-bit IPSec encryption

8 MB Flash

32 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

40 MB DRAM

Firewall, Plus features and triple 56 bit (3DES) IPSec encryption

8 MB Flash

32 MB DRAM

8 MB Flash

40 MB DRAM

1. Some configurations may require additional memory.

Software Ordering Information

Refer to the "Cisco IOS Software" chapter for detailed software feature set information.

Memory, Power Supply and Cable Options for the 2600 Series Routers

Memory

The Cisco 2600 series uses two types of replaceable or upgradeable memory: DRAM and Flash. DRAM memory is implemented with up to two DIMMs in any combination of sizes. Flash memory is implemented with a single SIMM. The Cisco 2600 series ships standard with 24MB of DRAM memory; the first socket contains a 16 MB DRAM DIMM; the second socket contains an 8 MB DRAM DIMM. You can upgrade DRAM to a maximum of 64 MB: 32 MB in each socket. The Cisco 2600 series router ships standard with 8 MB of Flash, expandable to 16 MB of Flash supported by a single socket.

The Cisco 2600 series routers use a DRAM memory configuration that is different from other Cisco routers. Unlike the Cisco 4000 series routers, for example, which have separate physical locations for processor memory and packet memory, the Cisco 2600 series routers use one pool of DRAM memory. The DRAM is partitioned into processor memory and packet memory areas. For example, the memory of a 16 MB DRAM configuration is split into 12 MB for processor memory and 4 MB for the packet memory.

The Cisco 2600 allows you to load new system images via the LAN from a TFTP server. You can also load images from a local or remote PC through the console or auxiliary ports using the Xmodem or Ymodem protocols.

Redundant Power Supply

The RPS adapter option is available for the Cisco 2600 series as a spare (ACS-2600RPS=) or as part of a factory configured chassis (Cisco26xx-RPS). The RPS adapter takes the place of the power supply and must be used with the PWR-600 RPS unit, connected via the associated RPS power cable. For more details, please refer to the PWR-600 section in this catalog.

DC Power Supply

A single-feed DC power supply option is available for the Cisco 2600 series as a spare (PWR-2600-DC=) or as part of a factory configured chassis, (Cisco26xx-DC).

NEBS Level 3 / ETSI Kit

A NEBS level 3 / ETSI kit ensures a Cisco 2600 router meets NEBS level 3 / ETSI standards for networking equipment, usually found in central office environments. This kit includes: the 23 in. Hendry bay/24 in. rack mounts, the ground lug kit, shielded LAN cables, bezel replacement label (for depth reduction in Central Office rack environments) and related documentation. This kit is available for the Cisco 2600 series as a spare (ACS-2600NEBS/ETSI=).

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