I have a 7204 router description with a reference PA-E3-CPE that I cannot find in the CISCO site (only PA-E3) -with the exception of two search results. Is it the same model or is it an obsolete card ?
In the URL posted previously you can see that the 7204VXR/CPE is basically a typical 7204VXR sold with the additional option of choosing a PA from a list when you buy the router. I never had a PA-E3-CPE before (I did have a PA-E3), but I suspect that PA-E3-CPE means just that the component has not been sold individually, but rather in a special offer together with the body of the router. The 7204VXR/CPE reached status End-of-Sale as of July 23, 2007, so basically I believe that is the reason for not seeing the particular PA in the pricing list. The 7200 series is very flexible with PA usage (you can even use 7200 PA's in 7500 VIP's for example), so I believe this PA does not really differ in functionality from the usual PA-E3.
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