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ADSL as overload for frame relay

A customer of us has asked whether we can provide ADSL as an overload for their frame relay connections.

For this customer we have a central 7204 router. The end-point routers are 1720 routers. Between the 7204 and the 1720's we are using frame-relay. Some of the links suffer from congestion during peak hours.

The customer has asked whether we can provide ADSL connections parallel to the frame relay connections as an overload.

I know the 1720 supports ADSL. But i can not find anything about the combination 7204 and ADSL.

Does this mean that the 7204 does not support ADSL ?

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Re: ADSL as overload for frame relay

These are the supported interfaces on a 7204:

Ethernet 10BASE-T and 10BASE-FL

Fast Ethernet 100BASE-T (RJ-45 and MII)

Gigabit Ethernet

Token Ring (half and full duplex)

Synchronous serial ISDN BRI, PRI, HSSI, T3, E3

Multichannel T1, ISDN PRI

Multichannel E1, ISDN PRI

Multichannel T3, E3

Multichannel STM-1

Packet Over SONET (POS)

Dynamic Packet Transport (DPT)

ATM (single-mode and multimode)

ATM-CES

Digital Voice Port Adapter, Enhanced

Mix-enabled T1/E1

Integrated Service Adapter (ISA)

VPN Acceleration Module (VAM)

See link: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps341/products_data_sheets_list.html

Steve

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