you bought the right wic for a serial leased line but what the service provider is offering you is a broadband line instead. This should be much cheaper than the leased line but you will need to purchase a DSL WIC for your router. I've only used ADSL and g.SHDSL and the wics needed for that are
In most cases no you will need one of the dsl cards in the above post. Now the real answer will depend on the provider. Lately I have had providers in some countries delivering the local loop part of a international point to point on DSL technology. They place some kind of "modem" in and deliver v.35 to me. They even offer g.703 interface.
Most providers can tell you exactly which cisco card will attach to their circuit so best bet it to ask them.
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