I REALLY need help understanding what products will support ISDN and analog calls at the same time on the same box. It needs to be low cost, if possible, but extremely versatile. I need a parts list and configuration breakdowns. I am desperate - after searching the Cisco archives - to get a working configuration of a 2511RJ anything.
Just to clarify this must be the RAS host server to analog and BRI callers. Is this what you are saying? If so, is this platform available internationally as well (Asia, Japan, Europe, Latin America, etc.)? What would the differences be for each other than cost (P/S, cabling, etc.)?
Configuration might be
Enough DRAM (48Mb?)
Enough Flash (64Mb?)
IOS -Version 12.xx? to support all interfaces and RAS Server configuration...
So, the BRI ports can only provide digital sevice and the analog modem only provide analog service? Can some of the isdn bandwidth serivce the analog ports but communication takes place in the internal modems? Do I require POTS lines, in otherwords, to support analog calls or can the ISDN do this; I guess there'll be two "hunt group" numbers one for analog and one for ISDN? Is it possible for me to support 8 56K isdn calls and 8 analog calls using 8 ISDN 2B+D services only?
See, told you I have LOTS of questions. :7|
Thank you again for your patience, time and help!! :7)
We will need a 3600 platform to support 1)ISDN BRI 2)Digital modems (internal).
All the calls will come in on the BRIs & depending on the bearercap will be terminated either as modem calls or isdn calls....here we will not need any POTS lines & will be using internal MICA modems & not the NM-AM modems.
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