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Is there anything special about Cisco 3662-AC-CO?

Is there anything special about Cisco 3662-AC-CO?

I'm use to 3640s and 26xxs, is there anything 3662-AC-COs will / will not do compared to these?

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VIP Purple

Re: Is there anything special about Cisco 3662-AC-CO?

Hello,

the 3662 expands on the possibilities of the 364o and the 2600 (non-XM). It does everything those lower models can and do; can you specify what functionality exactly you are looking for ?

Regards,

GP

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Re: Is there anything special about Cisco 3662-AC-CO?

I have a client who wants to replace 2 3640s with a 3662-AC-CO he has "laying round".

All I managed to find out from Google is that the AC means it runs on normal power and the CO stands for Central Office, meaning it?s a telco router.

It's running c3660-telco-mz.123-5c. It should work the same as a 3640 or a 26xx, right?

Gold

Re: Is there anything special about Cisco 3662-AC-CO?

The key for this box is that is meets all the interference and fire restrictions to run in a CO.

If a interface board does not also meet the standard it will not be supported. I have not see a list of which work and which do not. I do not think you can load any IOS on this box other than the telco version. If the telco version does not contain the features you need you may have a problem. Now I don't know if the IOS restriction is that it will run other images but not be CO compliant or that it will not run them at all.

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Re: Is there anything special about Cisco 3662-AC-CO?

This page backs that up (and says it will only run Telco IOS).

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps274/products_data_sheet09186a0080126463.html

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