Продолжая 20-летнюю историю инноваций, оптимизированные для сетей доступа маршрутизаторы с интегрированными услугами серии Cisco 1800 обеспечивают для предприятий малого и среднего бизнеса, а также небольших филиалов полный набор функций и необходимую гибкость для защищенного подключения к сетям Интернет и интранет.
Архитектура маршрутизаторов с интегрированными услугами семейства Cisco 1800 базируется на архитектуре мультисервисных маршрутизаторов доступа серии Cisco 1700, предлагая более чем пятикратное повышение производительности – благодаря слотам для карт высокоскоростных WAN-интерфейсов (HWIC), допускающих установку новых карт HWIC, таких как 4-портовая карта EtherSwitch HWIC. Поддержка модулей AIM, HWIC и VWIC предоставляет широкий выбор вариантов подключения, а также защиту инвестиций благодаря совместимости с более чем 30 картами WAN-интерфейсов для серии 1700 (WIC/VIC/VWIC только в режиме передачи данных).
Cisco 1800 Series integrated services routers come standard with:
|ADSL over POTS||1||Yes||
|ADSL over ISDN||1||Yes||
|2||4-port single-wide 10/100 BASE-T with HWIC-4ESW||
0 (1 USB 1.1 port)
|Yes (with HWIC-AP)|
|HWICs: ADSL, G.SHDSL, 3G, T1/E1, Serial||2||Yes||
Cisco Systems® is redefining best-in-class enterprise and small- to midsize-business routing with a new line of integrated services routers that are optimized for the secure delivery of data services. Founded on 20 years of leadership and innovation, the Cisco® 1800 Series integrated services routers intelligently embed data, security, and wireless technology into a single, resilient system for fast, secure, scalable delivery of mission-critical business applications. The best-in-class Cisco 1800 Series architecture has been specifically designed to meet requirements of small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), enterprise branch offices, and service provider-managed services applications for delivery of concurrent services at wire-speed performance. The integrated secure systems architecture of the Cisco 1800 Series delivers maximum business agility and investment protection.
Figure 1. Cisco 1800 Series Fixed-Configuration Routers
Cisco 1800 Series integrated services routers are the next evolution of the award-winning Cisco 1700 Series modular and fixed-configuration routers. The Cisco 1801, 1802, 1803, 1811, and 1812 integrated services routers (Figure 1) are fixed-configuration, while the Cisco 1841 Integrated Services Router is modular. The routers are designed for secure broadband, Metro Ethernet, and wireless connectivity, and provide significant performance improvements, feature capability, versatility, and additional value compared to prior generations of Cisco 1700 Series. The Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration routers provide:
Cisco 1801, 1802, and 1803 routers provide high-speed DSL broadband access through asymmetric DSL (ADSL2/2+ Annex A and Annex M) over basic telephone service (Cisco 1801), ADSL2/2+ Annex B over ISDN (Cisco 1802), or Symmetrical High-Data-Rate DSL (G.SHDSL) (Cisco 1803) while helping to ensure reliable networking with integrated ISDN S/T BRI backup. The Cisco 1811 and 1812 provide high-speed broadband or Ethernet access through two 10/100BASE-T Fast Ethernet WAN ports and also provide integrated WAN backup through a V.92 analog modem (Cisco 1811) or ISDN S/T BRI interface (Cisco 1812).
The Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration routers help enable a network infrastructure for SMBs and enterprise small branch offices, providing access to the Internet, corporate headquarters, or other remote offices, while securing and protecting critical data with integrated Cisco IOS Software security features and capabilities. They also help businesses reduce costs by enabling deployment of a single device to provide multiple services (integrated router with redundant link, LAN switch, firewall, VPN, IPS, wireless technology, and quality of service [QoS]) typically performed by separate devices. Cisco IOS Software allows this flexibility, providing the industry's most robust, scalable, and feature-rich internetworking support, using the accepted standard networking software for the Internet and private WANs.
Table 1 summarizes the Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration router features.
Table 1. Product Summary
|Feature||Cisco 1801||Cisco 1802||Cisco 1803||Cisco 1805||Cisco 1811||Cisco 1812|
|DSL WAN Port||ADSL over POTS||ADSL over ISDN||G.SHDSL (4-wire)||-||-||-|
|10/100 FE WAN Ports||1||1||1||2||2||2|
|Managed Switch Ports||8||8||8||4||8||8|
|ISDN BRI Dial Backup||Yes||Yes||Yes||-||-||Yes|
|V.92 Analog Modem Dial Backup||-||-||-||Yes||Yes||-|
|USB 2.0 Ports||0||0||0||2||2||2|
|802.11a/b/g Wireless Model||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Auxiliary and Console Ports||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Secure Network Connectivity
Network security has become a fundamental building block of any network, and Cisco routers play an important role in embedding security at the customer's access edge. Recognizing this requirement, the Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration routers are equipped with the Cisco IOS Software Advanced IP Services feature set by default (except for the Cisco 1801). This Cisco IOS Software feature set facilitates hardware-based IPSec encryption on the motherboard and provides a robust array of security capabilities such as Cisco IOS Firewall, URL Filtering, IPS support, IPSec VPNs (DES, 3DES, and AES), Tunnel-less Group Encrypted VPN (GET VPN), Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN), Easy VPN server and client support, NAC for defense against worms and viruses, security policy enforcement, Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol Version 2.0, and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) in one solution set. As Figure 2 demonstrates, the Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration routers help enable customers to deploy high-performance, concurrent, mission-critical data applications with integrated, end-to-end security.
Figure 2. Securing Small Branch Office with a Cisco 1800 Series Fixed-Configuration Router
Highly Available Internet Connection
The Cisco IOS Software Advanced IP Services feature set offers basic and advanced routing capabilities to deliver failover protection and load balancing. These capabilities include Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Protocol, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), and Routing Information Protocol (RIP) routing protocols along with dial-on-demand routing (DDR) and reliable static routing using object tracking. Each of the Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration routers is equipped with either an ISDN BRI, V.92 analog modem, or Ethernet port for secondary WAN backup connection. If the primary DSL, cable, or Ethernet-access WAN is disconnected for some reason, the router will detect this failure and will fail over to the secondary backup WAN. As Figure 3 and 4 demonstrate, the Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration routers help enable customers to deliver high-performance and high-availability, mission-critical business applications.
Figure 3. High-Availability Small Branch Network with Cisco 1811 or 1812 Router
Figure 4. High-Availability Small Branch Network with Cisco 1801, 1802, or 1803 Router
Integrated Wireless LAN Capability
Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration routers offer models with an integrated wireless access point, providing secure router and secure wireless LAN services in one device, helping businesses reduce total cost of ownership with simplified WLAN deployment and management capabilities. The integrated wireless access point supports IEEE 802.11a/b/g simultaneously to provide high-speed wireless capability and flexibility to support 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz dual-band simultaneous operation, making them ideal choices for wireless hotspot deployments and wireless office solutions. Cisco Aironet®, Wi-Fi Certified and Cisco Compatible client devices are fully supported.
The Cisco 1800 Series routers with integrated wireless access points are Wi-Fi Certified and support Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA and WPA2) providing secure mutual authentication and encryption via Cisco IOS Software features to meet the strict demands of today's businesses. These products also provide support for multiple wireless VLANs that can be configured to provide additional security, segmentation, and separation of user groups. When using the routers in conjunction with the Cisco Service Selection Gateway (SSG) and Subscriber Edge Services Manager (SESM), managed service providers can incorporate service-based authorization and accounting, and service and subscriber management for customizable, on-demand wireless services such as hotspots. Additional features such as local authentication allow users to maintain wireless connectivity to the router in the event that a remote authentication server goes down.
Figure 5 shows a Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration wireless router deployed in a small branch-office WLAN application.
Figure 5. Small Branch-Office WLAN
Business-Class DSL and Ethernet Connectivity
The Cisco 1801, 1802, and 1803 routers combine the cost benefits of DSL service with the advanced routing capability required for business use of the Internet. These products are available as ADSL over POTS (Cisco 1801), ADSL over ISDN (Cisco 1802), or G.SHDSL (Cisco 1803). They deliver strong network security, QoS, and other Cisco IOS features at broadband speeds. Enhanced DSL QoS features, such as Weighted Random Early Detection (WRED), committed access rate (CAR), and Class-Based Traffic Shaping, help ensure high performance for mission-critical applications. The Cisco 1803 supports G.SHDSL 2-wire and 4-wire capability providing longer reach and higher performance.
The Cisco 1811 and 1812 routers are focused on Ethernet access and are designed to be offered as customer premises equipment (CPE) in Metro Ethernet deployments. Because of their high-speed performance and dual Fast Ethernet WAN ports, they can support the high-bandwidth demands of Metro Ethernet and provide failover protection and load balancing if desired.
The eight-port switch on the Cisco 1800 Series fixed configuration routers is sufficient for connecting numerous devices and the optional PoE capability can supply power to IP telephones or other devices.
Architecture Features and Benefits
The Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration routers have been specifically architected to meet the requirements of SMBs and enterprise branch offices as well as service provider-managed applications for concurrent services for broadband access. The Cisco 1801, 1802, 1803, 1811, 1812, and 1841 routers together with other Cisco integrated services routers such as the Cisco 800, 2800, and 3800 Series provide the broadest range of secure connectivity options in the industry combined with high-availability features. In addition, Cisco IOS Software supports a complete suite of transport protocols, QoS, and network security. Table 2 lists the architecture features and benefits of the Cisco 1800 Series fixed-configuration routers.
Table 2. Architecture Features and Benefits
|High-Performance Processor||High-speed processor delivers exceptional processing power for applications and concurrent security and wireless services.|
|Integrated ADSL or G.SHDSL||Eliminates the need to deploy and manage a separate DSL modem.|
|Integrated 10/100BASE-T WAN Ports||Offers flexibility to connect to various types of DSL broadband or cable access or Ethernet access. Additional capability to deploy redundant WAN connections for failover protections and load balancing.|
|Integrated 8-Port 10/100BASE-T Managed Switch||Fully managed LAN switch ports connect multiple LAN devices and reduce the need for an additional LAN switch.|
|Integrated WAN Backup||ISDN S/T BRI or analog modem port provides high availability by establishing a backup WAN connection if the primary connection fails.|
|Onboard Hardware Encryption Acceleration||Delivers high-speed encryption and decryption rates for DES, 3DES, and AES to help ensure all available bandwidth to the Internet is utilized for maximum performance.|
|Expandable Memory Architecture||The default memory of 32 MB Flash and 128 MB DRAM is sufficient to support complex configurations and help ensure operation for an extended period. Memory is expandable to support maximum of 128 MB Flash and 384 MB DRAM, offering additional investment protection.|
|802.1Q VLAN||A total of eight VLANs can be configured to segment a network and offer additional security and separation of network traffic.|
|Real-Time Clock||Built-in, real-time clock maintains an accurate date and time for applications that require an accurate time stamp-such as logging and digital certificates.|
|Internal Power Supply||Eliminates the need for a cumbersome external power-adapter module and provides easier cable management.|
|USB 2.0 Ports on Cisco 1811 and 1812||Integrated USB ports can be configured to work with optional USB token for off-platform storage of VPN credentials or for deployment of configuration stored on USB Flash devices.|
|Power over Ethernet (PoE)||802.3af Power over Ethernet support delivers power to IP phones or external wireless access points through the 10/100 switch ports to eliminate the need for power cords for these devices.|
|Rack- and Wall-Mountable||Delivers flexibility in mounting on a wall or in a standard 19-inch rack. Optional rack mount kit can be ordered for support in 19-inch rack.|
|Cisco IOS Firewall, Including URL Filtering||Application Inspection, Transparent and Stateful firewall, and URL filtering protects the network from unauthorized user access. URL filtering prevents inappropriate Websites from being accessed and downloading of offensive content.|
|Intrusion Prevention System (IPS)||Detects harmful network activity and generates alarms to warn of threats and intrusion attempts. New IPS signatures can be dynamically loaded.|
|AutoSecure||Facilitates rapid implementation of firewall and security policies to optimize network security with a single Cisco IOS command.|
|Site-to-Site VPN||Connects remote access clients and branch offices to central sites more cost-effectively and flexibly than networks using leased lines, Frame Relay, or ATM.|
|Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN)||Allows for secure, direct spoke-to-spoke communication with the added benefit of configuration simplicity and zero-touch deployment. This feature allows users to better scale large and small IPSec VPNs by combining generic routing encapsulation (GRE) tunnels, IPSec encryption, and Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP).|
|GET VPN||Group Encrypted Transport VPN (GET VPN) delivers highly scalable and manageable inter-site any-to-any VPN connectivity without the complexity typically encountered with meshed network designs and eliminates the need for traditional VPN tunnels. GET VPN supplements DMVPN by enabling high scale, always-on any-to-any site connectivity that is critical for ensuring transmission quality of latency-sensitive traffic such as voice, video and terminal services.|
|SSL VPN||SSL VPN delivers secure access to network resources by establishing an encrypted tunnel across the Internet using a broadband (cable, DSL) or ISP dial connection. Web-based clientless access and full network access is provided without pre-installed desktop software.|
|Cisco Easy VPN Remote and Server||Eases administration and management of point-to-point VPNs by actively pushing new security policies from a single headend to remote sites.|
|Network Admission Control (NAC)||Ensures client devices are using the most up-to-date antivirus application and signature files and protects the network from harmful threats by prohibiting network access if outdated versions are used.|
|Integrated IEEE 802.11 a/b/g Access Point||
Provides simultaneous operation at multiple Wi-Fi frequencies including 2.4 GHz and 5GHz.
Supports Cisco Aironet, Wi-Fi Certified and Cisco Compatible client devices.
|Wireless VLAN||Provides support for multiple wireless VLANs that can be configured to provide additional security, segmentation, and separation of user groups.|
|Multiple Antenna Options||Removable antennae provide flexibility to add multiband wall-mount and ceiling-mount antennas.|
|Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA and WPA2)||Wi-Fi Certified for WPA-Enterprise.
Provides enterprise-class security for WLANs.
Helps to ensure interoperable security with wireless LAN client devices from other manufacturers.
|MEF 9/14 Certification||MEF compliant Ethernet over DOCSIS. Enables point to point VPN connectivlity via Ethernet over DOCSIS. Secure connection between remote sites over multiple carrier network.|
Ease of Use and Management
|Integrated Auxiliary Port||Allows remote configuration and management.|
|Cisco Router and Security Device Manager (SDM)||An intuitive, easy-to-use Web-based device management tool that helps resellers and customers to quickly and easily deploy, configure and monitor a Cisco access router without requiring knowledge of the Cisco IOS Software command-line interface (CLI).|
|Enhanced Setup||Optional setup wizard with context-sensitive questions guides the user through the router configuration process, allowing faster deployment.|
|CiscoWorks, CiscoWorks VPN/Security Management Solution (VMS), and Cisco IP Solution Center (ISC) Support||Enterprise advanced management and configuration capabilities are offered through a Web-based GUI.|
|Cisco Configuration Engine||Configures remote routers automatically across a WAN connection to save the cost of sending technical staff to remote sites.|
|Cisco AutoInstall||Configures remote routers automatically across a WAN connection to save the cost of sending technical staff to remote sites.|
As companies increase their security requirements and their need for integrated services, more intelligent branch-network solutions are required. The best-in-class Cisco 1800 Series architecture has been specifically designed to meet these requirements for secure concurrent services at wire-speed performance. The Cisco 1800 Series integrated services routers, consisting of the Cisco 1801, 1802, 1803, 1811, 1812, and 1841 routers, offer the opportunity to consolidate the functions of separate devices into a single, compact solution that can be remotely managed. By providing integrated services and high performance, the Cisco 1800 Series routers deliver security, versatility, scalability, and flexibility to deploy multiple applications in the small to medium-sized office and small enterprise branch office, and the service provider customer edge. The Cisco 1800 Series easily accommodates a wide variety of network applications, such as secure branch-office data access with broadband and Ethernet access including NAC for antivirus defense, VPN access and firewall protection, PoE support, inter-VLAN routing and support deployment of secure, enterprise-class WLANs. These routers give customers the industry's most flexible, secure, and adaptable infrastructure to meet both today's and tomorrow's business requirements for maximum investment protection.
Table 3 lists the product specifications for the Cisco 1801, 1802, 1803, 1805, 1811, and 1812 routers.
Table 3. Cisco 1800 Series Fixed-Configuration Routers
|Form Factor||Desktop, 1-rack-unit (1-RU) high (4.75-cm high with rubber feet)|
|Rack-Mountable||Yes (optional 19-in. rack-mount kit required)|
|Dimensions (W x D)||
|Weight||Maximum: 2.8 kg|
|Flash Memory||External removable Compact Flash|
|Flash Memory Capacity||
|DRAM||Synchronous dual in-line memory module (DIMM) SDRAM (1 DIMM slot)|
|ADSL Port||One ADSL over POTS port on Cisco 1801. One ADSL over ISDN on Cisco 1802. The Cisco 1801 supports ADSL over POTS standards G.992.1 G.DMT and ANSI T1.413 DMT Issue 2. The Cisco 1802 supports ADSL over ISDN standards ETSI 101-388, U-R2, and G.992.1 G.DMT.|
The chipset does not provide interoperability with carrierless amplitude modulation/phase modulation (CAP)-based ADSL lines
Annex A and Annex B are supported starting with Cisco IOS Software Release 12.4(4)T.
Annex M is supported starting with the special Cisco IOS Software Release 12.4(11)XJ.
The ADSL2 standard (ITU G.992.3) adds new features and functions targeted at improving ADSL performance and interoperability. In addition, the standard adds support for new applications, services, and deployment scenarios. Among the changes are improvements in data rate and reach performance, rate adaptation, improved diagnostics, and power enhancements. The conventional ADSL standard (ITU G.992.1) provides downstream data rates of up to 8 Mbps and upstream data rates of up to 0.8 Mbps, and ADSL2 provides higher downstream rates of up to 12 Mbps and upstream data rates of up to 1 Mbps.
The ADSL2+ standard (ITU G.992.5) doubles the bandwidth used for downstream data transmission, effectively doubling the maximum downstream data rates, and achieving downstream data rates of up to 24 Mbps and upstream data rates of up to 1.5 Mbps.
ITU G.992.3 Annex M adds capabilities for extended upstream bandwidth above 2.0Mbps. This allows carriers and enterprises to cover applications traditionally served by T1, E1, G.SHDSL without overhauling the transport infrastructure. Exact data rates vary depending on the distance from the DSL access multiplexer (DSLAM), DSLAM type, line card and chipset, and firmware, noise profile, quality of copper, etc. The reach-extended ADSL2 standard (G.992.3) Annex L increases performance on loop lengths greater than 16,000 feet from the Central Office.
|ADSL Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM) Interoperability||The Cisco 1801 is interoperable with the
||The Cisco 1802 is interoperable with the
|G.SHDSL Port||One G.SHDSL port on Cisco 1803 supports either 2-wire mode or 4-wire mode. The Cisco 1803 supports the same standards as the Cisco G.SHDSL WIC and is based on ITU Recommendation G.991.2 (accepted worldwide).|
|G. SHDSL DSLAM Interoperability||The Cisco 1803 in 2-wire mode is interoperable
with the following DSLAMs:
||The Cisco 1803 in 4-wire mode is interoperable
with the following DSLAMs:
|DOCSIS||The Cisco 1805-D and Cisco 1805-D/K9 have an integrated CableLabs DOCSIS 2.0 certified cable modem.|
|10/100 WAN Ports||10/100BASE-T ports for WAN connection supporting DSL and cable modems and Ethernet access services. (One port is available on Cisco 1801, 1802, and 1803. Two ports are available on Cisco 1811 and 1812.)|
|10/100 LAN Switch||Eight 10/100BASE-T fully managed switch ports with 802.1Q VLAN and 802.3af PoE support|
|USB Ports||Two (USB 2.0) on Cisco 1811 and 1812 only. The Cisco 1801, 1802, and 1803 do not offer USB support.|
|ISDN S/T BRI Port||One ISDN S/T BRI port on Cisco 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1812|
|V.92 Analog Modem Port||One analog modem port on Cisco 1811|
|Console Port||One-up to 115.2 kbps|
|Auxiliary Port||One-up to 115.2 kbps|
IPSec and VPN
|Integrated Hardware-Based Encryption||On motherboard|
|Encryption Support in Hardware||DES, 3DES, AES 128, AES 192, AES 256|
|IPSec Tunnels Supported||50|
|IPSec VPN Performance||40 Mbps 3DES @ 1400 byte packets|
|Cisco IOS Firewall Performance||100 Mbps @ 1400 byte packets|
|Wireless LAN Hardware||
|Data Rates Supported||
|Range||Range-Indoor 1 Mbps at 320 ft|
|Wireless LAN Software Features||
|Wireless LAN Security Features||
|Wireless LAN Management Features||
|Encrypted Wireless VLANs||8|
|Cisco IOS Software Release||12.4T|
|Cisco IOS Software Default Image||Advanced IP services (without voice services) except Cisco 1801 which comes with Cisco IOS IP Broadband feature set|
Number of Users
|Recommended Number of Users||50 users recommended|
|Routing Protocols||BGP, EIGRP, OSPF, RIPv1, RIPv2|
|Routed Protocols||IPv4, IPv6 unicast & multicast; (Internetwork Packet Exchange [IPX], IBM SNA, AppleTalk supported with optional Advanced Enterprise Services Feature Set)|
|QoS Protocols||Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ), Class-Based WFQ (CBWFQ), Weighted Random Early Detection (WRED), Committed Access Rate (CAR), Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP), Network-Based Application Recognition (NBAR), Differentiated Services (DIFFSERV), link fragmentation and interleaving (LFI), Low-Latency Queuing (LLQ)|
|VLAN Support||802.1Q VLAN supported on all 10/100BASE-T ports|
|VLAN Configured||8 VLANs|
|PoE Support||Supported on 10/100 Ethernet switch ports with optional PoE kit|
|PoE Standards||IEEE 802.3af, Cisco Prestandard PoE|
|External Power Supply||80W external power supply|
Power Supply Specifications
|Internal Power Supply||Yes|
|Redundant Power Supply||No|
|DC Power Support||No|
|AC Input Voltage||100 to 240 VAC|
|Frequency||50 to 60 Hz|
|AC Input Current||1A maximum|
|Output Power||50W maximum|
|System Power Dissipation||153 Btu per hour|
|Operating Temperature||0 to 40°C|
|Operating Humidity||10 to 85 percent noncondensing operating; 5 to 95 percent noncondensing, nonoperating|
|Nonoperating Temperature||-25 to 65°C|
|Operating Altitude||3000 m at 25°C|
|Noise Level||Normal operating temperature:
Table 4 lists the ADSL2+ (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line 2+) support provided through Cisco IOS Software Release 12.4(4)T.
Table 4. ADSL2/2+ Support (Annex A, Annex B and Annex M)
|DSLAM||Line card||Line card Chipset||DSLAM Firmware|
|Alcatel 7300||ADSL2+ POTS||BRCM||L7D6AA47.020|
|Lucent Stinger||ADSL2+ POTS||GSPN||9.7.1e64|
|Alcatel 7300||ADSL2+ ISDN||BRCM||L7D6AA47.020|
|Lucent Stinger||ADSL2/2+ POTS (Annex A & Annex M)||stngr-72-gs-adsl-card/Conexant||9.9.1 (E.67.1.36)|
|ECI SAM480||ADSL2/2+ POTS (Annex A & Annex M)||ATUC-32/Infineon||A4_9.00.56|
|Ericsson EDA2.1||ADSL2/2+ POTS (Annex A & Annex M)||EDN312xp/Broadcom||CXC 132 7380 R2C09|
|Alcatel 7300||ADSL2+ ISDN (Annex B)||ADLT-F (24-port)/Broadcom||L7D6AA47.020|
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For more information about the Cisco 1800 Series, including Cisco 1700 Series to Cisco 1800 Series migration guides, visit http://www.cisco.com/go/1800. Table 5 lists the ordering information for the Cisco 1801, 1802, and 1803 routers and other available options.
Table 5. Ordering Information
|Product Part Number||Product Description|
Integrated Services Routers
|CISCO1801||ADSL over POTS router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS IP broadband, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM|
|CISCO1801-M||ADSL over POTS Annex M router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS IP broadband, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM|
|CISCO1805-D||DOCSIS 2.0 with 4 Port FE switch, 64 MB Flash, 128 MB DRAM|
|CISCO 1805-D/K9||DOCSIS 2.0 with 4 Port FE switch, 64 MB Flash, 192 MB DRAM and Advanced IP Services IOS|
|CISCO1801/K9||ADSL over POTS router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM|
|CISCO1801-M/K9||ADSL over POTS Annex M router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM|
|CISCO1802||ADSL over POTS router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS IP broadband, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM|
|CISCO1802/K9||ADSL over ISDN router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM|
|CISCO1803/K9||G.SHDSL router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM|
|CISCO1811/K9||Security router with dual 10/100 WAN ports, 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, V.92 analog modem backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM|
|CISCO1812/K9||Security router with dual 10/100 WAN ports, 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM|
|ADSL over POTS Annex M router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM, integrated ETSI compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1801W-AG-E/K9||ADSL over POTS router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM, and integrated ETSI-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1801W-AG-B/K9||ADSL over POTS router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM, and integrated FCC-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1801W-AG-C/K9||ADSL over POTS router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM, and integrated China-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1801W-AG-N/K9||ADSL over POTS router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM, and integrated Australia/NZ compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1802W-AG-E/K9||ADSL over ISDN router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, and 128 MB DRAM, and integrated ETSI-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1803W-AG-B/K9||G.SHDSL router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, 128 MB DRAM, and integrated FCC-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1803W-AG-E/K9||G.SHDSL router with 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, 128 MB DRAM, and integrated ETSI-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1811W-AG-B/K9||Security router with dual 10/100 WAN ports, 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, V.92 analog modem backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, 128 MB DRAM, and integrated FCC-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1811W-AG-C/K9||Security router with dual 10/100 WAN ports, 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, V.92 analog modem backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, 128 MB DRAM, and integrated China-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1811W-AG-N/K9||Security router with dual 10/100 WAN ports, 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, V.92 analog modem backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, 128 MB DRAM, and integrated Australia/NZ-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1812 W-AG-E/K9||Security router with dual 10/100 WAN ports, 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, 128 MB DRAM, and integrated ETSI-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|CISCO1812 W-AG-C/K9||Security router with dual 10/100 WAN ports, 8-port 10/100BASE-T switch, ISDN S/T backup, Cisco IOS Advanced IP Services, 32 MB Flash, 128 MB DRAM, and integrated China-compliant 802.11a,b,g wireless capability|
|MEM180X-128U256D||128 to 256 MB small-outline dual-inline memory module (SODIMM) DRAM factory upgrade for the Cisco 180X routers|
|MEM180X-128U384D||128 to 384 MB SODIMM DRAM factory upgrade for the Cisco 180X routers|
|MEM180X-128D=||128 MB SODIMM DRAM for the Cisco 180X routers|
|MEM180X-256D=||256 MB SODIMM DRAM for the Cisco 180X routers|
|MEM181X-128U256D||128 to 256 MB SODIMM DRAM factory upgrade for the Cisco 181X routers|
|MEM181X-128U384D||128 to 384 MB SODIMM DRAM factory upgrade for the Cisco 181X routers|
|MEM181X-128D=||128 MB SODIMM DRAM for the Cisco 181X routers|
|MEM181X-256D=||256 MB SODIMM DRAM for the Cisco 181X routers|
|MEM1800-32U64CF||32 to 64 MB Cisco 1800 Series Compact Flash factory upgrade|
|MEM1800-32U128CF||32 to 128 MB Cisco 1800 Series Compact Flash factory upgrade|
|MEM1800-32CF=||32 MB Cisco 1800 Series Compact Flash Memory|
|MEM1800-64CF=||64 MB Cisco 1800 Series Compact Flash Memory|
|MEM1800-128CF=||128 MB Cisco 1800 Series Compact Flash Memory|
Wireless Antenna Options
|AIR-ANTM2050D-R (=)||Cisco Dual-band swivel mount dipole antenna (2.2 dBi, 2.4 GHz and 5.0 dBi, 5 GHz|
|AIR-ANTM5560P-R (=)||Cisco Dual-band diversity ceiling-mount omnidirectional antenna (4.0 dBi, 2.4 GHz and 5.0 dBi, 5 GHz)|
|AIR-ANTM4050V-R (=)||Cisco Dual-band wall-mount patch antenna (5.5 dBi, 2.4 GHz and 6.0 dBi, 5 GHz)|
Power over Ethernet Options
|POE-180X||802.3af PoE module, 80W power supply, and cable factory upgrade for Cisco 180x and 181x routers|
|POE-180X=||802.3af PoE module, 80W power supply, and cable for Cisco 180x and 181x routers|
|ACS-1800-RM-19=||19 in. rack-mount kit for Cisco 180X and 181X routers|
|ACS-CF-GUARD=||Compact Flash Guard|
|ACS-180X=||Accessory kit for Cisco 180X routers|
|ACS-181X=||Accessory kit for Cisco 181X routers|
For more information regarding Cisco 1800 Series routers and options, contact your Cisco representative or go to http://www.cisco.com/go/1800.
To upgrade the Cisco IOS Software for the Cisco 1800 Series, visit the Cisco Software Center.
Table 6 gives the Cisco IOS Software images for the Cisco 1801, 1802, 1803, 1805, 1811, and 1812 routers.
Table 6. Cisco IOS Software Images for the Cisco 1801, 1802, 1803, 1805, 1811 and 1812 Routers
|Cisco 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1805||Images||Platforms||First Cisco IOS Software Release|
|c180X-ipbroadband-mz||IP Broadband||CISCO 1801, 1801-M, 1802||12.3(8)YI, 12.4T|
|Default image: c180X-advipservicesk9-mz||Advanced IP Services||CISCO 1801, 1802, 1803||12.3(8)YI, 12.4T|
|c180X-adventerprisek9-mz||Advanced Enterprise Services||CISCO 1801, 1802, 1803||12.3(8)YI, 12.4T|
|Default image: c181x-advipservicesk9-mz||Advanced IP Services||CISCO 1811, 1812||12.3(8)YI, 12.4T|
|c181x-adventerprisek9-mz||Advanced Enterprise Services||CISCO 1811, 1812||12.3(8)YI, 12.4T|