Cisco do not make servers - they make the blue front panel that replaces the standard HP or IBM front panel.
In your model number, the 'i' means it's IBM. So for example, an MCS-7845-H2 would be HP, rebadged as Cisco. an MCS-7845-I2 would be the IBM equivalent of the same server, badged as Cisco.
What this means in practice is that you can find out the equivalent server model number from IBM, and get the detailed help/docs you need for that hardware for lots of places other than just Cisco. I'm not sure what the IBM model number is for a 7828 but chances are the RSA cards are reasonably consistent accross the platforms as the iLOs are with HPs.
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