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5−in−1 V.

35 Assembly and Pinouts
Document ID: 46803

Contents
Introduction Prerequisites Requirements Components Used Conventions V.35 Speed and Distance Limitations CAB−V35MT Serial Cable Assembly V.35 DTE Cable Pinouts (DB−60 to 34−Pin) CAB−V35FC Serial Cable Assembly V.35 DCE Cable Pinouts (DB−60 to 34−Pin) Related Information

Introduction
This document explains the V.35 serial cable assembly and pinouts.

Prerequisites
Requirements
There are no specific requirements for this document.

Components Used
This document is not restricted to specific software and hardware versions. The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment. All of the devices used in this document started with a cleared (default) configuration. If your network is live, make sure that you understand the potential impact of any command.

Conventions
For more information on document conventions, refer to the Cisco Technical Tips Conventions.

V.35 Speed and Distance Limitations
The table here lists the different V.35 speed and distance limitations: Caution: The EIA,TIA−449 and V.35 interfaces support data rates up to 2.048 Mbps. Cisco advices not to exceed this maximum as it could result in loss of data. Data Rate (Baud) 2400 Distance (Feet) 4,100 Distance (Meters) 1,250

V. and AccessPro PC cards. Cisco 4000 series. mode − DTE.35 DTE Cable Pinouts (DB−60 to 34−Pin) The table here shows the V. Cisco access servers.35 DTE cable pinouts (DB−60 to 34−Pin). Cisco 2500 series. This cable has a male DB−60 connector on the Cisco end and a male Winchester connector on the network end.4800 9600 19200 38400 56000 T1 2. Cisco 1600 series. Cisco 3600 series.050 1. The CAB−V35MT serial cable is used in the Cisco 7000 family. Note: The arrows indicate signal direction: • −−−> indicates DTE to DCE • <−−− indicates DCE to DTE 60 Pin1 J1−49 J1−48 J1−50 J1−51 J1−52 Signal MODE_1 GND MODE_0 GND MODE_DCE Description Direction Shorting Group Shorting Group −− 34 Pin −− −− Signal −− −− −− .025 513 256 102 50 625 312 156 78 31 15 CAB−V35MT Serial Cable Assembly The cable gender for this product (part number 72−0791−01) is male DB−60 to male Winchester 15 Pin.

. Cisco 4000 series. 5 J1−20 J1−19 TxCE/TxC+ Twisted pair −−> −−> TxCE/TxC−− no. 8 J1−34 Shield Twisted pair <−− −− DSR/DTR −− no. 11 J1−18 J1−17 TxD/RxD+ Twisted pair −−> −−> TxD/RxD−− no. 12 J1−42 Shield Twisted pair RTS/CTS −− −−> −− no. Cisco access servers. mode − DCE.6 J1−43 Shield Twisted pair −−> −− DTR/DSR −− no. 2 J1−26 J1−25 RxC/TxCE+ Twisted pair <−− <−− RxC/TxCE−− no. 9 J1−35 Shield Twisted pair CTS/RTS −− <−− −− no. and AccessPro PC cards. 3 1 Any pin not referenced is not connected. 4 J1−24 J1−23 TxC/RxC+ Twisted pair <−− <−− TxC/RxC−− no. Cisco 2500 series. J2−Y SCT+ SCT−− J2−AA CAB−V35FC Serial Cable Assembly The cable gender for this product (part number 72−0792−01) is male DB−60 to female Winchester Block Type. 1 J1−28 J1−27 RxD/TxD+ Twisted pair <−− <−− RxD/TxD−− no. Cisco 1600 series.J1−53 J1−54 J1−55 J1−56 J1−46 TxC/NIL RxC_TxCE RxD/TxD Shield_GND GND Shorting Group Single −− −− −− J2−A J2−B Shield J2−C Shield J2−D Shield J2−E Shield J2−F Shield J2−H Shield J2−K Shield J2−P J2−S J2−R J2−T J2−U J2−W J2−V J2−X −− Frame GND Circuit_GND −− RTS −− CTS −− DSR −− RLSD −− DTR −− LT −− SD+ SD−− RD+ RD−− SCTE+ SCTE−− SCR+ SCR−− J1−45 Shield Circuit_GND Twisted pair −− −− −− no. 10 J1−44 Shield Twisted pair −−> −− LL/DCD −− no. 7 J1−33 Shield Twisted pair <−− −− DCD/LL −− no. This cable has a male DB−60 connector on the Cisco end and a female Winchester connector on the network end. Cisco 3600 series. The CAB−V35FC serial cable is used in the Cisco 7000 family.

35 DCE cable pinouts (DB−60 to 34−Pin). 6 Twisted pair <−− <−− no. 9 Twisted pair −−> −− no. 8 Twisted pair −−> −− no. 2 J2−Y SCT+ SCT−− J2−AA . Note: The arrows indicate signal direction: • −−−> indicates DTE to DCE • <−−− indicates DCE to DTE 60 Pin1 J1−49 J1−48 J1−50 J1−51 J1−53 J1−54 J1−55 J1−56 J1−46 Signal MODE_1 GND MODE_0 GND TxC/NIL RxC_TxCE RxD/TxD Shield_GND GND Description Direction Shorting Group Shorting Group −− −− 34 Pin −− −− −− −− Signal Shorting Group Single −− −− −− J2−A J2−B Shield J2−C Shield J2−D Shield J2−E Shield J2−F Shield J2−H Shield J2−K Shield J2−P J2−S J2−R J2−T J2−U J2−W J2−V J2−X −− Frame GND Circuit_GND −− RTS −− CTS −− DSR −− RLSD −− DTR −− LT −− SD+ SD−− RD+ RD−− SCTE+ SCTE−− SCR+ SCR−− J1−45 Shield Circuit_GND −− J1−35 Shield CTS/RTS −− J1−42 Shield RTS/CTS −− J1−43 Shield DTR/DSR −− J1−44 Shield LL/DCD −− J1−34 Shield DSR/DTR −− J1−33 Shield DCD/LL −− J1−28 J1−27 RxD/TxD+ RxD/TxD−− J1−18 J1−17 TxD/RxD+ TxD/RxD−− J1−26 J1−25 RxC/TxCE+ RxC/TxCE−− J1−22 J1−21 NIL/RxC+ NIL/RxC−− J1−20 J1−19 TxCE/TxC+ TxCE/TxC−− Twisted pair −− −− no. 11 Twisted pair <−− −− no.V.35 DCE Cable Pinouts (DB−60 to 34−Pin) The table here shows the V. 5 Twisted pair −−> −−> no.7 Twisted pair <−− −− no. 4 Twisted pair −−> −−> no. 12 Twisted pair <−− −− no. 1 Twisted pair <−− <−− no. 10 Twisted pair −−> −− no. 3 Twisted pair −−> −−> no.

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