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Coming Soon: Wireless Cisco Multi-function Router

Cisco officials would not say when the company plans to launch a wireless version of ISR or what the product will be named, nor would they release other details. The ISR family includes: the 1841 Router, aimed at small to mid-sized organizations, which has intrusion prevention, firewall and virtual private networking capability; the 2800 series, which supports both security functions and voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and targets mid-sized businesses and large organizations operating branch offices; and the 3800 series, which supports security, VoIP and power over Ethernet. Since it was launched last fall, the ISR series has accounted for about 60 per cent of Ciscos edge router sales, Cisco Canadas vice-president for channel operations, Steve Simmons, said during a media briefing Monday. With ISR, its the fastest ramp-up of any product weve ever had, said John Chambers, Ciscos president and chief executive officer, who made his remarks during Tuesdays general session. Chambers said a big question for Cisco and its partners is how to design voice, video and data networking products tailored to the small and medium-sized business (SMB) market, which for Cisco is growing more quickly than the enterprise and service provider markets.
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Cisco brings multifunction router to the masses

The networking giant's ISR router series is designed to run simultaneous services such as data, security and quality of service (QoS) at wire speed in one integrated routing platform. The 800 and 1800 lines are intended to extend those capabilities to smaller organizations. The new 1800 managed eight-port switch, intended for enterprise branch offices, offers http://www.prodec.co.uk/products/hp-bluetooth-adapter virtual LAN (vLAN) capabilities and power over Ethernet (PoE). It has onboard security features such as a firewall, intrusion protection, VPN and Network Access Control (NAC).
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Cisco 1841 and 2610XM ADSL help

I have installed a 64k diginet line at my site and at the other site. I have purchased 2 x 1841 Ciso routers one for me one for the other site. I now need to setup and connect the two together and thats where it becomes grey and blurry. The 1841 has a serial port connected to the NTU. The other company has given me their ip address that my router on their side will connect to and told me to setup the router first and then ship it down to them. So I need to know what needs to be done this side from IP addressing and Ethernet and serial setup.
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Cisco 1841 & Diginet Setup

I cannot seem to get either of them connecting. I have tried everything and just end up landing right where I began. I have looked at previous posts put up and non of them help. The 2610XM has ios: c2600-adventerprisek9-mz.124-7 The 1841 has: c1841-advipservicesk9-mz.124-12 I know my line is fine since I can browse the net via my standard Telkom router. My config looks like this: interface FastEthernet0/0
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