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1751 Vs 1751-V and 1760 Vs 1760-V

Hi all,

I am in the process of buying a router that supports VIC cards, and i was confused. I had a concept that the "V" edition of the 1751-V and the 1760-V supports VIC, while the non "V" editions; 1751 and 1760 (with no V) doesn't support VIC cards.

After searching more i found that both the "V" and the non-"V" models suports VIC cards, but the "V" only stands for the feature set that can run on this router "Cisco IOS IP software feature set" Vs "Cisco IOS IP Plus Voice feature set", meaning that both models supports VIC cards, while the only difference is in the suported features.

How far is this true ?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Mohammed.

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Re: 1751 Vs 1751-V and 1760 Vs 1760-V

hi mohammed

As you have mentioned both the variants supports voice but te Non-V variant requires to be ugraded to have the VIC support.

But in case of V-Variant it comes in by default and also the DRAM size is also different which comes by default.

You can refer these links for the same..

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps221/products_data_sheet09186a0080088719.html

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps221/products_data_sheet09186a00800920f2.html

regds

Re: 1751 Vs 1751-V and 1760 Vs 1760-V

Hi,

Thanks very much, in few words this means that the non "V" models need a hardware upgrade to operate like a "V" model and support VIC cards other wise they can't have VIC cards installed.

Jusy for confirmation, the HW upgrade required involves more Memory + PVDM + IOS, is there any thing else ?

Thanks very very much,

Mohammed

Silver

Re: 1751 Vs 1751-V and 1760 Vs 1760-V

Hi, first if you're going to buy a voice router I'll buy a cisco2800 series router because cisco1700 is EOL.

Second, about your question, normally you have a router, Cisco2801 router for instance, and depending on what do you need you can upgrade it with VICs, WICs, DSPs,..

But you have the option of buying a bundle with it's a router that includes some of the necessary elements to perform voice, security and so on.

With the cisco2801 router you have:

Voice bundles:

cisco2801-v: cisco2801 + PVDM2-8 + IOS VOICE

CISCO2801-CCME/K9: cisco2801 + PVDM2-8 + IOS VOICE, CCM for 24 users

CISCO2801-SRST/K9: ...

You have security bundles and voice-security bundles too.

And it's cheapest buying the bundles that if you buy the different elements in a separate way.

You've a list of the bundles at:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps5855/products_data_sheet0900aecd804e773d.html

Regards

Re: 1751 Vs 1751-V and 1760 Vs 1760-V

Hi,

Thanks very much, in few words this means that the non "V" models need a hardware upgrade to operate like a "V" model and support VIC cards other wise they can't have VIC cards installed.

Jusy for confirmation, the HW upgrade required involves more Memory + PVDM + IOS, is there any thing else ?

p.s. I'll go for the 1700 as they are cheapest, and still available in market.

Thanks very very much,

Mohammed

Silver

Re: 1751 Vs 1751-V and 1760 Vs 1760-V

yes, usually the upgrade requires memory, PVDM, ... But, it's better use the configuration tool to see it exactly.

Yes, 1700 is the cheapest, you have time until march 2007:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps221/prod_eol_notice0900aecd8044473f.html

Regards

Pls, rate the post if the information has been helpful.

Re: 1751 Vs 1751-V and 1760 Vs 1760-V

Hi Isabel,

Thank you very much, this was exactly the conclusion i required.

regards,

Mohammed.

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