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Figure 4-2: ISDN 800 Series routers provide remote user corporate connectivity
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The Cisco 1600 Series is a family of routers for small branch offices or small businesses needing a connection to the Internet or to a company's intranet or corporate LAN through various supported WAN connections The 1600 Series supports one Ethernet and one serial or ISDN interface, and an extra WAN interface module for flexibility and scalability The 1600s also offer integrated CSU/DSUs supporting speeds up to a T1 Figure 4-3 illustrates an environment using the Cisco 1600 Series
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Figure 4-3: ISDN 1600 Series routers provide both Internet and corporate connectivity
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The Cisco 1720 virtual private network (VPN) access router provides a secure solution for small to medium businesses, and remote users who want to deploy secure Internet/intranet access and VPNs Using the VPN router, you can take advantage of Internet bandwidth instead of shouldering the expense of private circuits The 1720 provides one 10/100 auto-sensing Ethernet port and two WAN interface slots for serial or ISDN connections, with optional built-in CSU/DSU Figure 4-4 illustrates an environment using the Cisco 1720 VPN access router
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Figure 4-4: 1720 VPN access router offers secure connectivity
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The Cisco 2500 Series provides router functionality to networks that only require data transport (voice is not supported) There are several types of routers in this series, including LAN routers, router/hub combinations, access servers, high-density serial routers, dual LAN routers, and single LAN routers This series is the most commonly used to connect branch offices to corporate headquarters It supports Ethernet, Token Ring, and ISDN Figure 4-5 illustrates an environment using several models of the 2500 Series
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Cisco 2600 Series
The Cisco 2600 Series gives remote branch offices a solution for data/voice/video integration, departmental dial services, and VPN access These routers provide some versatility with their capability of sharing modular interfaces with the Cisco 1600 and 3600 Series Figure 4-6 illustrates an environment using the 2600 Series
Figure 4-6: 2600 Series router supports remote data/voice/video communications
Cisco 3600 Series
Routers in the Cisco 3600 Series provide the same functionality as the 2600 Series, plus ISDN and asynchronous dial-up connectivity Figure 4-7 illustrates an environment using the 3600 Series This is a very versatile and modular route; some consider it to be a much better value, providing more flexibility than the aging Cisco 4000 line
Figure 4-7: A 3600 Series router provides remote data/voice/video and dial-in communications
Cisco 4000 Series
The Cisco 4000 Series routers are completely modular routers, supporting the full suite of Cisco IOS's feature set This series is diminishing, however Unlike the 3640, which offers six slots and supports mixed media interfaces, the 4000 Series has only 3 slots with limited interfaces Only the 4500 and 4700 router series are still being produced This causes some concern that Cisco may be planning to discontinue the entire 4000 Series and use the 3600 Series as its replacement (Similarly, the 2500 Series is being replaced with the 2600 Series) Figure 4-8 illustrates an environment using the Cisco 4000 Series
Figure 4-8: A 4000 series router supports a large remote office
Cisco 7000 Series
The Cisco 7000 Series is implemented in corporate offices where dual power supplies, full support of Cisco IOS, and high-performance switching is required This family of routers is designed for today's most mission-critical internetworks; it combines proven software technology with reliability, availability, serviceability, and exceptional performance features The 7500s use the processing capabilities of Versatile Interface Processing (VIP) and Cisco Express Forwarding, providing performance exceeding a million packets per second Figure 4-9 illustrates an environment using the Cisco 7000 Series
Figure 4-9: A 4000 series router supports a large remote office
Router Summary
Table 4-1 summarizes the target market of each series; the table lists supported technologies and gives Web addresses for obtaining additional information Table 4-1: Cisco Router Comparison
Series
Market
Fixed Ports
Modules
Comments
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Home office or small remote office Home office or small remote office
1 ISDN/BRI; 1 Ethernet 1 ISDN/BRI; up to 4 Ethernet
None
Optional 2 analog telephone ports Optional 2 analog telephone ports; advanced security features Modular for scalability
wwwciscocom/go/700
None
wwwciscocom/go/800
Small remote office or small business Small to medium business, or mobile or remote user Branch offices
Ethernet; 1 serial or ISDN/BRI 1 10/100 Ethernet
1 WAN interface slot 2 WAN interface slots
wwwciscocom/go/1600
Virtual private network (VPN) solution Single LAN router; router/hub; access server; high-density router; dual LAN router; single LAN router (modular) Supports voice/fax over IP
wwwciscocom/go/1720
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