I am only able to locate HWIC-1FE and HWIC-4ESW.
For HWIC-1FE, you can only configure it as L3 port. You can look at the feature portion
For HWIC-4ESW, you can configure L2 features.
Thank you for your link as above.
Could you more explain, i'm not clear for Wic-1FE and Wic-4ESW?
i just to know configure that :
ip address 192.168.101.9 255.255.255.0
ip address 192.168.1.100 255.255.255.0
ip address 192.168.2.200 255.255.255.0
could you let me know more than this?
With the Wic-1FE you have another routed FastEthernet interface on the router. It functions just like the built in FastEthernet interfaces. (and it is not a switch port). With the 4ESW you actually have a 4 port Ethernet switch in the router. You can configure the ports as switch ports (including VLAN assignments and other switch functions) and you configure VLANs for the layer 3 interfaces.
The other obvious difference is that with Wic-1FE you have only 1 connection and with the 4ESW you have 4 connections.
In the most simplest of terms, a HWIC-1FE, is like an extra router port to your router. The HWIC-4ESW is like putting a 4-port Layer 2 switch (2940/2950/2960) to your router just to increase (a little bit) the port capacity. You can purchase a PoE version of the HWIC-4ESW while you can't with a HWIC-1FE.
As mentioned by lolaohoo, is the HWIC-1FE has the same physical interface with WIC-1FE? I mean does both use the same connectivity cable? thanks to clarify.
These are used ...only when you need more ports on router.Its depend on your requirement.
WIL-1FE---------configure as as L3
WIC-4ESW------configure as L2
You can use same cable.
HWIC-4ESW. It acts like a layer3 switch. You just configure ip addresses on the vlan interface. You can now use the physical port on the switch to be second outside.
HWIC-1FE/2FE is what we call Layer3 interface(routed interface).
Please rate if it helps.
so, if I need limit Bandwidth on a LAN port with Cisco 1760, What Wic Must to use Wic-4esw, Wic-1enet or wic-1FE?
so, if I need limit Bandwidth on a LAN port with Cisco 1760,
I do not believe WIC-1FE is supported on a 1760 router.
If you want to limit the speed to a particular port, then you just do PBR.
yor're right WIC-1FE ins not supported.
I Have Cisco 1760, WIC-1ADSL and 1 WIC slot available,
Bandwidch limit only is possible in router and L3 Switch.
I don't know if WIC-4ESW support PBR because is like a L2 switch. WIC-1ENET is L3 but only one RJ-45
If you want to limit the bandwidth to a particular user, here's a nasty way of doing things ...
Put the specific user in a specifc VLAN, of course you do inter-VLAN routing but with a 1760 router, you should be able to do this.
Apply the PBR on that specific VLAN.