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Older Cisco ASR1002 - Adding a 2nd GE WAN interface

Hello,

Our customer has an existing Cisco ASR1002 (not a ASR1002-X). The router is configured with the following (See BOM below). We have to add a 2nd GE WAN interface to the router for transition. To add a 2nd GE WAN circuit, do we just require an additional GLC-SX-MMD SFP? Or do we also need an additional SFP-GE-T too? Note: I know the ASR1002 is EOL, but the customer wants to reuse the equipment in place today.

ASR1002 Cisco ASR1002 Chassis,4 built-in GE, Dual P/S,4GB DRAM 1
ASR1K-OTHER ASR1K-other applications for Enterprise or SP- Tracking only 1
ASR1002-PWR-AC Cisco ASR1002 AC Power Supply 2
CAB-AC-RA Power Cord,110V, Right Angle 2
ASR1000-ESP5 ASR1K Embedded Services Processor,5Gbps,ASR1002 only 1
GLC-SX-MMD 1000BASE-SX SFP transceiver module, MMF, 850nm, DOM 1
SFP-GE-T 1000BASE-T SFP (NEBS 3 ESD) 1
MEMUSB-1024FT 1GB USB Flash Token 1
SASR1R1-IPBK9-MS Cisco ASR 1000 Series RP1 IP BASE for Managed Services 1
SPA-BLANK Blank Cover for regular SPA 3

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Is the plan to use the built

Is the plan to use the built-in ports or a port off an SPA?

The parts GLC-SX-MMD and SFP-GE-T are the same kind of part for a different media (fiber and copper, respectively). The part you need depends on the media the WAN is using.

What is the media in the WAN?

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