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Cisco 26xx/36xx/3810 Product Update
Cisco Provides the Solutions for MultiService Networking Session 1208
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Agenda

• Branch Office Trends and Opportunity • MultiService Integration • MSABU Product Updates • Roadmaps • Information
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Branch Office Market Drivers
High High Med Med Low Low Cost Per Rate of Cost Per Rate of Transmitted Technology Transmitted Technology Bit Change Bit Change Data Data Voice Voice Video Video Internet Internet

Risk
1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000

Multiservice Network

Protection from Technology Lockout
Router Router CSU/DSU CSU/DSU Firewall Firewall Voice Voice Access Access Server Server Router Router Voice Voice CSU/DSU CSU/DSU Dial Dial Access Access Firewall Firewall Compression Compression

Network Infrastructure Integration

Reduced Solution Complexity
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WAN Bandwidth Management
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Multiple Customer Needs in the Branch Office
Firewall Intranet Access
BranchOffice Regional Office • Cisco 2610 with Data Compression AIM Cisco IOS ® provides interoperable QoS mechanisms: custom queueing, WFQ, IP precedence PBX • • Mail Server Web Server BranchOffice Cisco IOS Firewall feature sets for 2600 Available with and without encryption

Bandwidth Mgmt
Sales Engineering External (DMZ)Subnet Internet BranchOffice Cisco 2621 Firewall Cisco 2610 with Data Compression AIM Cisco 2611 Firewall • Regional Office Cisco IOS ® provides interoperable QoS mechanisms: custom queueing, WFQ, IP precedence PBX Partner Office

Remote Dial Access
CentralSite 1-36 Async or 8-16 Analog Modems Intranet (LeasedLine, Frame Relay, ISDN) Remote Branch Cisco 3600 with Data Compression NM Cisco 2600 Cisco 1600 BranchOffice

Cisco 700, 800

Virtual LANs
Intranet (Leased Line, Frame Relay, ISDN) Regional Office Cisco 1600 Cisco Catalyst BranchOffice Series 5X00 VLAN Switch PBX

Legacy Integration
1-96 Async, 8-48 Analog Modems, or 6-60 Digital Modems Headquarters BankBranch

Cisco 700, 800 Internal Network

PBX

Cisco 3640

Cisco 2613 with Data Compression AIM

Token Ring

Token Ring Cisco
2613

ISDN Concentration
• • Interoperablewith other Cisco HW and SW compression solutions Cisco 2612 BranchOffice ATMs Cisco 3620

PSTN ISDN Data compression AIM for 2600 supports two full-duplex E1s (8 Mbps)

Cisco 7500 with Compression Service Ethernet,Adapter Token Ring, and 2-12 Async/Sync Ports

Retail Store

Main Office

ADSL Access

Cisco 3600 with Data Compression NM BranchOffice Intranet • VLANs allow logical subnets to be physically distributed (LeasedLine, Frame Relay, • Cisco’s Inter-Switch Link (ISL) protocol enables inter-VLAN routing ISDN) • Reduces cost of adds, Context-based access lists, Java blocking, real-time alerts and logging moves, and changes Cisco 2610 Firewall Headquarters Cisco Catalyst 1900 Series VLAN Switch Cisco 7500 with Compression Service Adapter

Branch Office

Headquarters

Token Ring

Main Office

• • 1-32 Async, 8-16 Analog, or 6-30 Digital Leased Lines Modems Frame Relay X.25 ISDN

Dial-on-demand routing Optional HW data compression POS Device Cisco Cisco 2613 with Data Compression AIM 3640

Token Ring

VPN Access
Token Ring
1-2PRIor Web 1-10 BRI Server Cisco 2612 ISDN 1-2 Channelized T1/E1, 1-4 T1/E1 Serial, or 2-12 Async/Sync Ports Large Branch • • Cisco 2621 Encrypted Tunnel B • • •

POS Device

Token Ring

Voice Integration
• • Data compression AIM for 2600 supports two full-duplex E1s (8 Mbps) Interoperablewith other Cisco HW and SW compression solutions Fast Ethernet VLAN Trunking BranchOffice Intranet Leased Line P X FrameBRelay ISDN Phone

Regional Office

PBX

Cisco 6X00 (DSLAM)
PSTN 2621 WAN with ISL Cisco 2620 or 2 to 12 Analog Ports (Calls) Cisco 3600

1-8PRIor 1-26 BRI

Main Office Cisco 3620 Cisco 3640 with ISL

Alarm Alarm

Intranet, extranet, and dial Access VPNs Cisco Cisco IOS Firewall feature set for 3600 added security 1-4PRIor Cisco 3620 1-10 BRI

ATM 25
Fax

2 to 4 Analog Ports (Calls)

ADSL

SDLC Devices Serial Device Concentration

WAN Concentration Encrypted Tunnel A Cisco 700

Vendor Office

Cisco 626 Cisco Cisco 2600 2611 AIM with Data Compression or 3600

Intranet Leased Line Frame Relay ISDN

Cisco 3600 or 7200
Up to 60 Digital (PRI) Ports (Calls)

PBX

Snapshot routing Encrypted Tunnel C Multichassis Multilink PPP Accesssecurity Telecommuters Internet

Cisco 2611 Cisco Voice Manager (CVM) Cisco AS5300 Service Provider POP MCMGatekeeper Headquarters

Cisco 800 •

Advanced bandwidth management via Cisco IOS QoS features and data compression AIM Cisco AS5X00

BranchOffice

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The IT Budget Dilemma
Data Load/Traffic
( >300% Growth by 2002—Gartner Group)

“Convergence Funding”

MIS Budget

IT Spending
(<10% Growth per Year—IDC)

Telecom Budget
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Toll and Access Charges PBX Costs
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Cisco’s Provides the Solutions for MultiService Networking
Low-End Routers
70 60 50 Cisco Bay 3Com IBM 70 60 50

Low-End Routers
Cisco Bay 3Com Motorola

Market Share %

40 30 20 10 0 Q3 '97 Q4 '97 Q1 '98 Q2 '98

Market 40 Share % 30
20 10 0 Q3 '97 Q4 '97 Q1 '98 Q2 '98

Source: Dell’Oro Group

Source: Dell’Oro Group

Access Servers
35 30 25

Cisco 3Com Shiva Bay

VoIP Router Market Share
80 70 60 Cisco Bay 3Com Motorola

Market Share %

20 15 10

Market Share %

50 40 30 20

5 0 Q3 '97 1208 0926_04F9_c2 Q4 '97 Q1 '98 Q2 '98

10 0 1998

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Agenda
• Branch Office Trends and Opportunity • Multiservice Integration
Business Drivers VoX Technology

• MSABU Product Updates • Roadmaps • Information
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What Is Branch Office Voice and Data Integration

PSTN

WAN WAN

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What Is Branch Office Voice and Data Integration

PSTN

WAN WAN

• Decreases number of local loops • Reduces expenses by eliminating costly toll charges
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Why Packet Voice/Video?
• Allows network convergence
Lower network capital costs Packet infrastructure cost efficiencies Lower network transport costs Compression economies, nonconsequential busy hours, single network (data and voice) volume economies

• Enable new services
Interactive call centers, enhanced fax services, video calls, expand into new markets, voice messaging
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MultiService Challenges and Solutions
Challenge
Prioritization Echo Packet Loss Delay Jitter Bandwidth Utilization
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Solution
QoS, IP Precedence Standards-Based Echo Cancellation G.165 Autofill in Algorithm Use of Real-Time Protocol, Queuing Algorithms, Prioritization's, DSPs Dynamic Buffer Allocation Use of Standards-Based Voice Compression, Fragmentation, and QoS

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Packet Voice Technology Acceptance Cycle
Voice Cycle Data Cycle Multiservice Cycle
Voice over Frame Relay Technology Acceptance

Voice over TDM
Voice over ATM Voice over IP

1980 Circuit-Switched Infrastructure
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2000

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The VoX Business Drivers
Value-Added Integrated Services

Cost Savings New Service Access Options

Level of Importance or Value

Operational Advantages Transport Benefits

Time
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VoIP/VoFR/VoATM

Voice
Governing Body Echo

Over ATM
ATM Forum AAL/CES AAL2 AAI5

Over IP
IMTC H.323 RTP xGCP SIP

Over ATM
Frame Relay Forum FRF.11 FRF.12 VoFR?

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Packet Types
Voice Packets ATM Frame Relay Frame Relay Type
Connection Oriented, Layer 2 Connection Oriented, Layer 2

Header Sizes
Small Headers Small Headers

Packet Efficiency
56%

QoS
Can Be Hard (CBR)

Routes
Fixed/ Known Fixed/ Known

62.5% (FRF.11) 79% Deterministic (Cisco VoFR) 33% 83% (With CRTP) Soft— Best Effort

ConnectionLarger less Headers Layer 3

Flexible

ATM/FR WAN VoIP
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Cisco MultiService Routers Enable Network Convergence
IP

Lots of Choices in the Backbone, but IP for Services

IP

IP, ATM, Frame Relay, etc.

IP

IP

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Cisco Provides the Solutions for MultiService Networking
Standards
G.711 G.729 G.113 G.165 H.323 FRF.11

High Reliability Hardware 99.999%

Quality of Service
Fragmentation and Interleaving FRF.12 IP Precedence WFQ/WRED RSVP, RTP/CRTP
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Agenda
• Branch Office Trends and Opportunity • MultiService Integration • MultiService Access Products
Portfolio Overview New Features and Applications

• Roadmaps • Information
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Cisco MC3810
ATM, FR, Leased Line Up to T1/E1 + ISDN Backup Complete Router with Standard Cisco IOS® 11.3

Six Analog Voice Ports or T1/E1 Digital Voice Port VoFR and VoATM (AAL5)

Two Serial Data (5 in 1) One Ethernet LAN (10baseT)
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Cisco 2600 Series Modular Access Routers
• Data, voice, dial and VPN access applications • VoFR, VoIP and H.323 video • Ethernet, token ring, mixed LAN, and 10/100 fast Ethernet models • 2–30 voice ports • From $1995 list
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Cisco 3620 Modular Access Router
• Two network module slots • Ethernet, token ring, fast Ethernet, and mixed LAN options • VoFR, VoIP and H.323 video • 2–60 voice ports • From $4400 list
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Cisco 3640 Modular Access Router
• Four network module slots • Ethernet, token ring, fast Ethernet, and mixed LAN options • VoFR, VoIP and H.323 video • 2–120* voice ports • From $8000 list
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The Cisco ISR 3303 Integrated SONET Router

• Integrated service delivery platform
Voice and data services for businesses (NxT1 services)

• Leverages installed SONET infrastructure
Interoperates with existing equipment

• Specifics • Redundant fiber (UPSR/APS), 8 redundant 10 base-T, 8 redundant T-1
19” or 23” rack mountable, entirely front access, redundant fans Dual feed redundant—48v DC w/dual fusing Front panel alarm indicators Local async and LAN system interfaces
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Product Line Overview— LAN-to-LAN Routing
Cisco 4500/4700 Fast Switched Performance (Kpps) Process Switched Performance (Kpps) LAN Density Serial Density ISDN BRl Density CT1/CE1 ISDN PRI Density LAN Media WAN Media
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Cisco 3640 50–70 3–4 1–16

Cisco 3620 30–40 1.5–2 1–8

Cisco 2600 12–25 1–1.5 1–6
T1/E1: 1–4 A/S: 2–12

Cisco 2500 3–5 .5–1 1–2
T1/E1: 2 A/S: 2–8

45–60 5–7 2–12
T1/E1: 2–12 A/S: 16–32

T1/E1: 1–8 T1/E1: 1–6 A/S: 4–24 A/S: 4–8

4–16 1–2
E, TR, FE FDDI, ATM PRI, MBRI, Serial, ATM, HSSI

1–24 1–6
E, TR, FE

1–10 1–2
E, TR, FE

1–10 1–2
E, TR, FE

1 0
E, TR Serial, BRI
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PRI, MBRI, PRI, MBRI, PRI, MBRI, Serial, ATM Serial, ATM Serial, ATM

Product Line Overview— Data/Voice Integration
Cisco AS5300 Cisco IOS LAN-to-LAN Routing Voice Over IP Voice Over Frame Relay Voice Over ATM ATM WAN Access Integrated Dial LAN Media Wan Media Maximum Analog/Digital Voice Over
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Cisco MC3810
Yes Yes Future Future Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No E E Serial, Serial, BRI, ATM BRI, ATM 6/24 6/24

Cisco 3600
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Future Future Yes Yes Yes Yes E, TR, FE E, TR, FE PRI, MBRI, PRI, MBRI, Serial, ATM Serial, ATM 12/120 12/120 (In July ’99) (In July ’99)

Cisco 2600
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Future Future Yes Yes Yes Yes E, TR, FE E, TR, FE PRI, MBRI, PRI, MBRI, Serial, ATM Serial, ATM 4/30 4/30 (In July ’99) (In July ’99)

Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No Yes Yes FE FE PRI PRI 0/60 0/60

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Product Line Overview— Remote Dial Access
Cisco AS5300 Hybrid Access LAN Density LAN Media ISDN BRI with NT1 ISDN PRI with CSU Analog Modems Digital Modems Async Density
Yes Yes 1 1 E, FE E, FE No No 4 4 No No Yes Yes No No

Cisco 3640
Yes Yes 1–16 1–16

Cisco 3620
Yes Yes 1–8 1–8

Cisco 2600
No No 1–6 1–6 E, TR, FE E, TR, FE 10 10 2 2 Yes Yes No No 2–36 2–36

Cisco 2500
No No 1 1 E, TR E, TR No No No No No No No No 8–16 8–16

E, TR, FE E, TR, FE E, TR, FE E, TR, FE 26 26 6 6 Yes Yes Yes Yes 8–96 8–96 10 10 2 2 Yes Yes Yes Yes 8–34 8–34

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Cisco Provides the Solutions for MultiService Networking
MC3810

Cisco 26xx

Cisco 36xx

ISR3303

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What’s New?

• New features and interfaces
3810 software and hardware features 26/36 platforms software and hardware Voice
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MC3810 Cisco IOS Release 12.0(1)XA
• IGX 8400 interworking
FTM, FRM, CVM, UVM

• Voice enhancements
Q.SIG PRI, dial peers, ADPCM, transparent signaling, permanent connections

• Standardized Cisco IOS images
IP plus, enterprise plus IP ATM plus, enterprise ATM plus
New Feature!

• Event records
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Cisco MC3810 and the Multimedia Conference Manager
Infrastructure Infrastructure

• Integrated data, voice and H.320 or H.323 video • Highly-integrated solution reduces branch office costs and migration protects video investment • Multimedia conference management manages video bandwidth and guarantees video quality with QoS
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New Hardware for 3810

• MultiFlex trunk with BRI backup • E1 interface with 75 Ohm interface

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BRI Voice Interface for MC3810
New Feature!

• Key features
4 BRI interfaces per VIC Up to 8 voice channels QSIG support Connects to PBX or off net Supports DID and caller ID
Digital PBX
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PSTN

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What’s New

• New hardware and software for the Cisco 2600 and Cisco 3600

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New Cisco 2600 Models with 10/100 Fast Ethernet
New Platform!

• Cisco 2620 and 2621 • Modular access routers with single or dual autosensing 10/100 fast Ethernet ports • Up to 25-kpps fast switching performance • ISL for VLAN support • From $2,295 list
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Data Compression Module
• Allows new services such as voice to be added without increasing bandwidth • Improves application performance on congested links • Up to 4:1 compression for 2 full-duplex T1s or E1s (8 Mbps total) • Uses 2600’s internal AIM slot, leaving external slots free
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Cisco 2600 Series with Data Compression AIM

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Cisco Fast Step for 2600
New Feature!

• Simplifies the process of providing dial access services • Provides userfriendly interface for configuration of dial-up protocols and security services • Included at no extra cost with analog modem network modules
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Enhanced Dial Features
Works on 2600 and 3600
• V.90 modem support • PRI and BRI in the same chassis—11.3(3)T • Dial-out, fax-out, channelized T1 for digital-11.3(4)T • VPN support • R2 support 12.0(1)T • Digital modems over BRI—12.0(2)T
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Integrated Analog Modems
Works on 2600 and 3600
• 8 or 16—V.34 analog modems; up to 48 modems in a Cisco 3640 • Starting at $400-$525 per-port • Integrated dial-androuting solution for small and medium businesses, workgroups, and small ISPs
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Hybrid Dial Solutions
Works on 3620 and 3640
• Fast Ethernet and dual ISDN PRIs or channelized T1/E1s • Optional integrated CSU/DSUs • Solutions starting at $500 per port list price • Integrated dial and routing solution for medium to large businesses and midsize ISPs
Cisco 3640 with 60 Modems
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New Feature! PRI Interface Digital Modems

Fast Ethernet

Cisco 3620 with 30 Modems

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ATM-25 Network Module
New Feature!

• Designed for connection to external ATM-enabled ADSL modems (Cisco 626, Westell, and Alcatel) • Supports full ATM traffic shaping (AAL5) • Requires Cisco IOS “Plus” image • $2,200 list price
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OC3 ATM Network Module
• Provides a single-port Sonet and SDH-based OC-3c/STM-1 interface • Supports ATM PVC’s and SVC’s and ATM UNI 3.0, UNI 3.1 and UNI 4.0 • Supports PPP over ATM, tag switching, MPOA and MLS • $6,000 list price
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Firewall, VPN Access Solutions
• Integrated solutions for routing, Internet firewall, and secure VPN access services • Tunneling, Network Address Translation (NAT), IPSec 3DES encryption • Cisco IOS ICSA-certified firewall features
Context-Based Access Control (CBAC) Control downloading of Java applets Denial-of-service detection and prevention
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New Feature!

Cisco 2600 Series

Cisco 3600 Series

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What’s New

• New hardware and software— voice features for the Cisco 2600 and Cisco 3600

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BRI Voice Interface for C2600/C3600
• Key features
2 BRI interfaces per VIC Up to 4 voice channels Q.931 user side support Connects to PBX or off net Supports DID and caller ID
Digital PBX
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New Feature!

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Cisco H.323 Gatekeeper (Voice and Video)
• • • • • • • • • VoIP Scalable address resolution New Capability Expanded to Bandwidth management MultiService Routers! H.323 traffic segregation Proxy for secure access to enterprises Provides QoS for intra-zone calls CDR generation H.323 V2 features (in July) Fault-tolerant network capability (HSRP) Available on Cisco 3640 NEBS compliant router platforms
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Gateway Initiated VoIP Calls— H.323 Gatekeeper
New Feature!
PBX

Call Setup Traffic Flow
PBX

PBX

Gatekeeper
• • • •
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Defined by H.323 (used in VoIP products like 2600/3600) Gateways auto register with gatekeeper Gateways initiate calls but do not know about other gateways Telephony E.164-style addresses mapped to IP addresses by gatekeeper • H.323 gatekeepers allow scaling
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Voice over Frame Relay and Tandem Switching Avoidance for VoFR
C2600 C3600
PBX VoFR and Data Traffic Flow VoFR Traffic Flow After Tandem Switch

Frame Relay Cloud
PBX

PBX 7206 with 7206 with Tandem Switching Tandem Switching Avoidance software Avoidance software

MC3810

• FRF.11 and FRF.12 on 26xx,36xx and 3810 • Allows large scale VoFR networks • Voice switching without de-compression/ re-compression • 7200 manages large numbers of PVC’s • Data can share same PVC
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New Functionality on 2600/3600 and 7200!

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Interworking with Cisco Communication Networks
New New Functionality Functionality on 2600/3600! on 2600/3600!

C3600

PSTN

Intranet

PBX

• Enables Cisco 2600 and 3600 H.323 gateways to be the PSTN and PBX gateway for CCN call manager • Enables limited supplementary services through Cisco H.323 gateways
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Cisco Provides the Solutions for MultiService Networking
New Compression AIM New ATM Modules

New Analog Modems

New BRI Voice Interface

New FE with PRI New FE with PRI Modules Modules

New FE 2600 Platforms

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Agenda

• Branch Office Trends and Opportunity • MultiService Integration • MSABU Product Updates • Roadmaps • Information
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MSABU Dial Roadmap
• Async Interfaces • ISDN BRI and PRI Concentration • Mixed BRI and PRI Concentration • ISDN PRI Performance Leadership (3640) • 56k Digital Modems • T1 CAS Signaling Digital Modems in 3620 Analog Modems for 2600 and 3600 FastStep for 2600 with Analog Modems Dial-out and Fax-out ISDN BRI and PRI for 2600 Digital Modems over BRI V.90, R2 Signaling Dial-Out and Fax for Analog V.110 Support Higher Density and Performance

Early ’98
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MSABU Voice Roadmap
Cisco IOS QoS Analog Voice Interfaces G.7209 Voice Compression (8k) Cisco Voice Manager BRI Voice Interfaces Cisco MCM Support ADPCM-32, G.723.1 Voice Compression IVR Support Dial Plan and Signaling Enhancements VoFR
G.723.1 for VoIP G.723.1 for VoIP T1/E1 Voice Interfaces T1/E1 Voice Interfaces QSIG Signaling QSIG Signaling CES Voice for OC-3 ATM CES Voice for OC-3 ATM and T1/Et1 ATM with IMA and T1/Et1 ATM with IMA Higher Density/Performance Higher Density/Performance AAL 2 Voice AAL 2 Voice Advanced Hoot Advanced Hoot and Holler and Holler SGCP/MGCP SGCP/MGCP

Early ’98
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MSABU Data/VPN Roadmap

Ethernet, Token Ring, Fast Ethernet, FDDI, and Mixed LAN CSU/DSU, Serial, and HSSI ATM-25 for ADSL HW Data Compression IPSEC Encryption

Token Ring and Mixed LAN 2600 Models Compression AIM OC-3 ATM, ATM SVCs Fast Ethernet for 2600 Cisco IOS Firewall Feature Sets Triple-DES Encryption

T1/E1 ATM with IMA CSU/DSU WIC with Drop and Insert Encryption AIM Higher Density and Performance

Early ’98
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N x T1 ATM IMA
• Support for 4 or 8 DS1/E1 ATM ports • Support for ATM forum • IMA version 1.0 compliant up to 16Mbps full-duplex bandwidth with 8 port IMA network module • Supports UBR, UBR+, VBR-rt, VBR-nrt, and ABR • ATM classes of service
Coming this Summer! 8-port T1/E1 ATM with IMA Network Module

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High Density Voice Module
Coming this Summer! • Flexible Voice Interfaces (VICs)
T1 ( E1, QSIQ in Q4) Up to 60 compressed voice channels

• Diverse signaling
Delay, immediate and wink start CAS, (QSIG,PRI,R2 in Q4)

• DSP architecture—TI549
G.729,G.728,G.726,G.723.1,GSM G.729a, G.711 PCM Group III fax relay

• Protocol support
VoIP H.323 Support for: SGCP, VoFR and VoATM in Q4

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Agenda

• Branch Office Trends and Opportunity • Voice/Data Integration • MSABU Product Updates • Roadmaps • Information
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Cisco MultiService Access Web Sites
Web Sites for Branch Office MultiService Access • Cisco 26xx
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/728/2600/

• Cisco 36xx
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/728/3600/

• MC3810
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/728/3800/

• ISR3303
http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/728/ISR3303/
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Solution Finder for Modular Routers
• An on-line dynamic “catalog” of available modules • Accessible from the Modularity Café • Presents basic marketing information with a link to each module’s datasheet • Partner: www.cisco.com/go/modulefinder • Customer: www.cisco.com/go/modulecafe
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Cisco Provides the Solutions for MultiService Networking
Cisco 3600 Series

Voice Services

Data Services
Core: Service Transport

VPN Services
Cisco 2600 Series

Cisco MC3810

Video Services

Dial Services
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