Hardware: Cisco 2600 Routing Platform

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    Hardware: Cisco 2600 Routing Platform

    Post by +uc.Un1x on Sat Apr 25, 2009 3:17 am

    Quick Guide to Cisco 2600 Router Platform

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      Model  Throughput  CPU?    Memory    Max DRAM  Max Flash  Ports
      -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    **2691    70 K pps            SDRAM    256 MB    128 MB CF  2 FastEthernet             
      2651XM  40 K pps    80 MHz  SDRAM    256 MB    48 MB      2 FastEthernet
      2650XM  40 K pps    80 MHz  SDRAM    256 MB    48 MB      1 FastEthernet
      2621XM  30 K pps    50 MHz  SDRAM    256 MB    48 MB      2 FastEthernet
      2620XM  30 K pps    50 MHz  SDRAM    256 MB    48 MB      1 FastEthernet
      2611XM  20 K pps    40 MHz  SDRAM    256 MB    48 MB      2 FastEthernet
      2610XM  20 K pps    40 MHz  SDRAM    256 MB    48 MB      1 FastEthernet
      2651    37 K pps    80 MHz  SDRAM    128 MB    32 MB      2 FastEthernet
      2650    37 K pps    80 MHz  SDRAM    128 MB    32 MB      1 FastEthernet
      2621    25 K ppp    50 MHz  EDO DRAM  64 MB    32 MB      2 FastEthernet
      2620    25 K pps    50 MHz  EDO DRAM  64 MB    32 MB      1 FastEthernet
      2613    15 K pps ?  40 MHz  EDO DRAM  64 MB    16 MB      0 Ethernet + 1 TokenRing
      2612    15 K pps    40 MHz  EDO DRAM  64 MB    16 MB      1 Ethernet + 1 TokenRing
      2611    15 K pps    40 MHz  EDO DRAM  64 MB    16 MB      2 Ethernet
     *2610    15 K pps    40 MHz  EDO DRAM  64 MB    16 MB      1 Ethernet

    * Most commonly found model.
    ** This particular model has 3 WIC expansion slots

    All
    models have one console port, one auxiliary port, one Network Module
    (NM) expansion slot and two WAN Interface Card (WIC) expansion slots.

    All
    models can perform 802.1Q trunking on their Ethernet and FastEthernet
    interfaces; however, some models must be upgraded to maximum DRAM and
    flash memory configurations.
    Most models are 1RU in height; however, some models are 2RU.

    Most
    WIC and NM modules supported in the 2600 routing platform are also
    supported by these other routing platforms; 1600, 1700 and 3600. What
    this means is that NM's or WIC's you buy should be reusable in future
    purchases.

    The original Cisco intended marketing purpose of the 2600 series routing platform was to power branch offices.

    For reference this is what a 2610 looks like;



    For more information reference;

    http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers ... 00ch1.html

    pps = packets per second


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