compatible router with HTU-E1 or ASMi52 RAD modem

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Mar 13th, 2007

Can anyone tell me which cisco model is compatible with ASMi52 or HTU-E1 RAD modems. I req. V.35 out put and G703 support

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muhasif99 Wed, 03/14/2007 - 01:01

HI sarvjit - All recent models of cisco routers support V.35 on their serial interfaces and the ASMi52 pair on one side supports V.35 and on the other side connects to carrier mux with G.703 interface.Same is true for HTU-E1 also which is a HDSL modem.

Or are you looking for a WAN interface card with built in CSU/DSU?

HTH

sarvjit.s Wed, 03/14/2007 - 21:25

hi muhasif, thanks for reply and help me.

basically i am going to install leased line in office and i have not much knowledge of how to install, so want some help or some cost effective solution for leased line components.

isp is using pair of ASMi52 which give output to any router and then router to our network switch.

i want know substitute and cost effective solution to ASMi52 and Cisco router.

thanks again,

sarvjit

muhasif99 Wed, 03/14/2007 - 22:50

Ask your ISP if he can extend ethernet to your premises.The Cisco 1841 has 2 FE ports and you can terminate ISP link on 1 port and connect your LAN on the other.In this way you can avoid buying Modems.

As far as cost effective Modem alternative is concerned you can try Patton --- www.patton.com

HTH

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