The Cisco access model AS-2, 4, or 8 allows customers to connect the enterprise packet telephony network to POTS devices. The physical circuit-switched interface is a female RJ-11 interface. The number of RJ-11 interfaces indicates the model number. For example, the AS-2 has two RJ-11 interfaces. The circuit-switched... More
The Cisco access model AS-2, 4, or 8 allows customers to connect the enterprise packet telephony network to POTS devices. The physical circuit-switched interface is a female RJ-11 interface. The number of RJ-11 interfaces indicates the model number. For example, the AS-2 has two RJ-11 interfaces. The circuit-switched signaling interface is POTS foreign exchange station (FXS). The AS-X gateway supports as many as eight simultaneous channels of VoIP packets to circuit-switched adaption using G.711 compression (A-law or mu-law). The AT-8 supports line cancellation on up to eight channels and up to eight simultaneous channels of G.723 compression encoding and decoding. Fax capabilities include G.711 pass through.??The gateway does not yet support the T.38 specification and therefore, supports neither Fax store and forward nor Fax modulation/demodulation using G.723.1. These gateway models do not currently support connections to analog modems.
It's a 8 port Analog Station (used for analog phones), at the time you had the AS-8 for analog and a PCI Card the DT-24 and DT-24+ that went into Selsius CallManager 2.8 for T1 to PSTN. I don't recall a analog fxo model in the Selsius days, could just be my memory.
I would think the parts are about 6 generations of chipsets old.
I would hold on to the AS-8, it could belong in a museum one day.
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Topology: IP Phone > Switches > Microsoft NPS setup to forward 802.1x
proxy to > ISE 2.1 patch 3 Authentication: EAP-TLS using Cisco MIC SANs
Phone Models 802.1X support? 802.1x flavor Addtl Comment EAP-MD5 EAP-TLS
Cisco 3905 Y Y N Cisco 6911 Y Y N Cisco ...