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Table of Contents
       Product Overview

       Benefits and Applications

       Hardware Features

       Software Features

       Configuration Options

       Architecture, Physical Structure, and Specifications

       Product Compliance and Industry Specifications



Product Overview
The Cisco 7200 series multifunction multiservice routers deliver exceptional
price/performance to meet the following requirements:

-   Regional and branch offices needing 7200 gateway connectivity to the WAN and
    Internet

-   Remote site aggregation for enterprise and service providers, where multiple
    dispersed locations are interconnected via a central site 7200

-   Sites requiring data center connectivity over scalable WAN links from T1 (1.5 Mbps)
    to OC3 (155 Mbps)

-   Sites requiring multifunction capabilities which combine all of the above for
    multiservice voice, video and data traffic

As the newest member of the Cisco 7000 family, the Cisco 7200 provides high
performance for network services, interface density, and system availability, with low
per-port pricing.

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The Cisco 7200 extends network-layer capabilities to a much wider range of network
configurations and environments. Customers can now distribute the advantages of high-
performance, network-layer switching and services, including security, Quality of
Service, and traffic management, to more locations throughout the enterprise.

The Cisco 7200 series routers deliver the full suite of Cisco Internetwork Operating
System (Cisco IOS™) software services: they are capable of managing access to network
resources, allocating Quality of Service among applications, and providing value-added
functions such as NetFlow™ Switching and high performance encryption and
compression.

The Cisco 7200 provides multifunction integration of LAN switching, built-in DSU/CSU
functionality for serial connectivity, and high-bandwidth ATM backbone concentration.
In addition the 7200 series provides Multiservice integration, meaning sites can be
connected for both voice, video and data delivery. This integration reduces management
and equipment costs.

Using the latest Packet over SONET/SDH (POS) technology, the Cisco 7200 is ideal for
building distributed, high-speed Service Provider and Enterprise networks based Cisco's
Gigabit Switch Router (GSR) 12000 series platforms.

The Cisco 7200 series offers the widest set of protocols available, including IP, IPX,
AppleTalk, DECnet, and VINES. In addition, the series supports both Cisco’s Inter-
Switch Link (ISL) protocol for transporting virtual LANs (VLANs) across Fast Ethernet
and the IEEE 802.10 standard for transporting VLANs over Fiber Distributed Data
Interface (FDDI) ports.



Benefits and Applications
Benefits
The Cisco 7200 series routers provide customers with high performance packet switching
and services interface density, and availability with low per-port prices. This allows
network-layer capabilities to be extended to more points in the network. With its
modularity and high port density, the Cisco 7200 series gives customers a scalable
solution to their internetworking needs.

The Cisco 7200 series provides the following benefits:

       High Performance Switching: The Cisco 7200 series delivers high performance
        for mission-critical applications by supporting high-speed media and high-density
        configurations. With its RISC-based and SRAM-configured system processors,
        the Cisco 7200 can switch up to 200,000 packets per second (pps). For maximum
        scalability, a range of Network Processing Engines (NPEs) is available, including
        the NPE-100, NPE-150, and NPE-200.

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       High Performance Network Services: The power of the Cisco 7200 enables it to
        perform network services like Quality of service, Security, Compression and
        Encryption at high speed.

       High Port Density: The Cisco 7200 provides high port density and an extensive
        range of LAN and WAN media. This dramatically reduces the cost per port and
        allows flexible configuration.

       Common Port Adapters: The Cisco 7200 uses the same port adapters as the
        Cisco 7500 Versatile Interface Processor (VIP). This simplifies sparing and
        protects customer investment in interfaces.

       High System Availability: The Cisco 7200 series maximizes network uptime
        through its dual power supplies, and on-line insertion and removal of port
        adapters and power supplies. Also increasing system availability, a fast boot
        enables servicing within seconds. For maximum availability, Hot Standby Router
        Protocol (HSRP) provides 1:1 system redundancy. In addition, environmental
        monitoring alerts the operator to fluctuations before critical conditions occur;
        allowing proactive resolution while the system stays on-line.

       Cisco IOS Software: The Cisco 7200 series delivers the robust features of Cisco
        IOS, supporting the widest range of protocols and network services.

       Flexible and Powerful Network Management: The Cisco 7200 series
        introduces industry-leading manageability. The platform is equipped with an
        HTML management tool that lets users check status or modify system
        configuration using a point-and-click Web browser.

       Detailed Traffic Accounting and Billing: The Cisco 7200 supports NetFlow
        Switching, which captures detailed traffic statistics for call-detail recording
        capability.

Applications
The Cisco 7200 series delivers the robust features of Cisco IOS to LAN, WAN, and IBM
environments providing performance, security, stability, and control.

Enterprise Wide Area Network (WAN) Gateway
The Enterprise WAN Gateway interconnects the Campus and WAN, allowing voice
video and data to be exchanged at high speed between sites. The requires three abilities –
high speed WAN interfaces including ATM DS3 and OC3, Packet over DS3 and OC3
(SONET/SDH), high speed LAN interfaces such as Fast Ethernet and FDDI, and high
performance network services. The 7200 provides these in a cost effective, compact
package. The new Cisco 7202 is a prime example of a purpose-built Enterprise WAN
Gateway.



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Service Provider CPE
Service providers can offer managed router services with the Cisco 7200, which can be
deployed as a single box, multiservice, multifunction solution. For example using the
7200’s new Etherswitch module and WAN port adapters, the Service Provider can cost
effectively provision and managed an integrated Layer 2 and 3, LAN-WAN solution.

Dedicated Access Aggregation for Service Providers and the Enterprise
Multiple sites can be interconnected via a centrally located Cisco 7200 acting as an
aggregation system in the POP or enterprise central site. With new Multichannel port
adapters, it offers high port density and low price per port. With the new Enhanced ATM
port adapter it offers high-speed connectivity with extensive per-virtual channel traffic
shaping. As an alternative, the new Packet over SONET/SDH (POS) port adapter for the
Cisco 7200 provides a robust, high-speed and high-throughput transport for IP traffic.
Dedicated access connectivity can be offered using leased lines, Frame Relay, ATM and
packet based transmission. In addition, the Cisco 7200’s modular, highly scalable design
means that more sites can be added if required. Scalability is enhanced, as the Cisco 7200
is only three rack units high.

Multiservice VPNs
The Cisco 7200 provides the high performance tunneling, security and Quality of Service
functionality required to construct Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) for voice, video and
data. Per user and per application security, priority and network bandwidth can be
dynamically allocated.

Cost Effective Performance for IBM Networking
The Cisco 7200 provides LAN and WAN access to mainframe computers that run IP or
SNA applications. The new Channel Port Adapter (CPA) supports ESCON and Parallel
channel connectivity to IBM and IBM plug-compatible mainframes. With support for
Cisco IOS source route bridging, source route transparent bridging, and source
route/translational bridging, the Cisco 7200 provides high-speed connectivity between
diverse media and end systems. High-density full- or half-duplex 16 Mbps Token Ring
Port Adapters and a cost-effective collapsed high-speed backbone can be used to subnet
the campus and control broadcasts. Customers can maximize network scalability and
minimize cost by using the Cisco 7200 series routers as Data Link Switching Plus
(DLSw+) peers or Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) network nodes.

The Cisco 7200 offers the high performance required for these functions, as well as the
density to support large numbers of serial interfaces, making it an ideal WAN access
router to integrate IBM devices in a multiprotocol network.




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Hardware Features
A key strength of the Cisco 7200 series is the configuration flexibility of its highly
modular design:

-   It is offered as 2,4 or 6 interface chassis.

-   There is a choice of three Network Processing Engines (NPEs), depending on
    performance required.

-   It accepts a wide range of plug-in LAN, WAN and special purpose interface cards,
    known as port adapters

-   It can be provided with an in-built Fast Ethernet port, increasing its interface capacity
    still further

-   A range of memory options caters for networks of different sizes and performance
    characteristics

The Cisco 7200’s modularity means that the customer can upgrade and modify the system
over time, as his network changes. This maximizes investment protection.

A further strength is the 7200’s high serviceability and availability, which increases
network uptime. All major components, including the system midplane, can be replaced
by the user in the field, and the port adapters and dual power supplies (AC or DC) support
on-line insertion and removal.

In more detail, hardware features include the following:

       Choice of NPE: The NPE-100 provides a cost-effective solution for high-
        performance routing at up to 100,000 pps. For higher performance, the NPE-150
        is also based on a 150 MHz processor, but with the inclusion of 1 MB Static
        RAM (SRAM), it fast switches at 150,000 pps. The NPE-200 provides the highest
        performance: with a 200 MHz processor and 4 MB of SRAM, it fast switches
        200,000 pps.

       Optional Fast Ethernet port on Input/Output (I/O) Controller conserves port
        adapter slots and reduces Fast Ethernet price per port. The I/O Controller also
        provides console and auxiliary ports and two PCMCIA Flash memory slots.

       Easy access to all components enables servicing to be performed in seconds,
        minimizing downtime and network impact.

       Field-replaceable components allow components—including the 600Mbps
        midplane—to be serviced locally without return to factory.



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       Convenient cable strain relief and anchor points simplify installation and
        prevent accidental dislodging or damaging of cables.

       Flexible rack mounting allows users to optimize installations through front or
        rear mounting.

       Status and health LEDs provide at-a-glance determination of system status.

       Common port adapters with Cisco 7500 Versatile Interface Processors (VIPs)
        simplify sparing and protect customer investment in interfaces.

       On-line insertion and removal of port adapters allows seamless upgrades to
        higher density and new port adapters without rebooting or taking the system off-
        line. Like port adapters are automatically reconfigured, reducing operational
        intervention.

       Dual power supplies ensure high reliability, extend individual power supply life
        through load sharing, and allow users to implement dual sources of prime power.
        Each power supply has its own power cord, eliminating risks associated with the
        failure of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems or building power. Power
        supplies share current for automatic cutover in case of failure.

Port Adapters
The Cisco 7200 series supports an extensive range of LAN and WAN interfaces. Cisco
7200 Interface cards are known as port adapters. Single and dual wide port adapters are
offered. A single-wide Port Adapter consumes a single chassis slot, while a dual-wide
port adapter consumes two slots. Combinations of LAN, WAN and special purpose (for
example, encryption and compression) ―service‖ adapters can be installed in a chassis –
so offering flexibility and, where required, very high port density.

Using the same port adapters as the Cisco 7500 Versatile Interface Processor (VIP), the
Cisco 7200 simplifies sparing and protects customer investment in interfaces.

LAN Port Adapters
Ethernet
The Ethernet port adapter is available in four- or eight-port 10BaseT configurations, and a
5-port 10BaseFL configuration.

Fast Ethernet
The Cisco 7200 has two Fast Ethernet port adapters available: A single-port version for
100Base-TX and 100Base-FX (PA-FE), and a dual-port version for 100Base-TX and
100Base-FX (PA-2FEISL). The single-port version provides the highest packet
throughput. Typical applications include connecting a Fast Ethernet backbone or



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department switches to a single router port, and in Intranets where traffic between subnets
is high and at times unpredictable.

The dual-port version maximizes port density for applications requiring moderate packet-
forwarding performance and moderate link utilization. It is enhanced to support large
maximum transmission unit (MTU) sizes in support of Token Ring Inter-Switch Link
(ISL). Typical applications include AS5200 dial aggregation, Token Ring ISL inter-
virtual LAN (vLAN) routing, and others that do not need line rate performance.

100VG
For connections to Hewlett-Packard devices at 100 Mbps, the Cisco 7200 supports a
single port 100VG port adapter.

FDDI
The FDDI port adapter is available for multimode and single-mode fiber. Cisco supports
more routed protocols on FDDI than any other vendor and supports multiple bridging
technologies, including encapsulation bridging, remote source-route bridging (RSRB),
translational bridging, and transparent bridging.

Token Ring
The Token Ring port adapter is available in two four-port versions supporting either full-
or half-duplex operation. The full-duplex option provides scalable performance as your
requirements increase.

Cisco Systems has also expanded and enhanced its Token Ring solution with the
introduction of the Dedicated Token Ring port adapter (PA-4R-DTR). It offers increased
functionality, flexibility, and performance for Token Ring networks at a very attractive
price per port. The new port adapter has a broad range of connectivity options, from
traditional 4- and 16-Mbps half-duplex Token Rings to direct attachment of high-speed,
full-duplex devices such as servers and switches.

ATM
The ATM Port Adapter (PA-A1) provides low-cost, high-performance ATM connectivity
for Campus/LAN applications. The PA-A1 hardware and software are designed to be
ATM Forum standards-based to ensure long term interoperability with other standards-
compliant ATM devices in the network. Important standards including ATM Adaptation
Layer 5 (AAL5) and Undefined Bit Rate (UBR) service category for the transport of data
traffic, RFC 1483 and 1577 for LAN internetworking are implemented in the PA-A1

EtherSwitch
The EtherSwitch™ port adapter provides an integrated solution for LAN switching on the
Cisco 7200. It offer 14 switched Ethernet ports, including 12 10BaseT ports and two
10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet ports to support local workstation, high-speed server, and
backbone connections. The EtherSwitch port adapter supports up to four VLANs. All


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interfaces support autosensing and autonegotiation of the proper transmission mode (half
duplex or full duplex) with an attached device.

PA-1C mainframe Channel Port Adapter (CPA)
The CPA and channel applications software—IP Datagram, Cisco SNA (CSNA), TCIP/IP
Offload, TN3270 Server, and TCP Assist—provide a powerful channel-attached router
solution. The CPA provide ESCON or parallel channel interface support, an onboard
100-MHz MIPS RISC processor, 512 KB cache memory, 4 MB system DRAM, and 16
MB (expandable to 32 MB) packet memory.

WAN Port Adapters
Synchronous Serial
Synchronous serial port adapters for the Cisco 7200 series provide up to eight V.35, X.21,
or EIA/TIA-232 synchronous serial interfaces through a single port that has a 200-pin,
Molex receptacle. An enhanced synchronous serial port adapter is also available, offering
up to four of the following electrical interfaces: EIA/TIA-232, EIA/TIA-449, EIA-530,
X.21, and V.35. The 4-port synchronous serial E1-G.703/G.704 port adapters provide
framed and unframed service access, 2.048 Mbps line speeds, and operation over E1
leased line services.

Channelized T1/E1
The channelized T1/ISDN PRI port adapter provides up to two channelized T1 or ISDN
PRI interfaces. Each can transmit and receive data bi-directionally at the T1 rate of 1.544
Mbps, or the E1 rate of 2.048 Mbps.

ISDN BRI
The BRI port adapters come in two versions: one with four ports, the other with eight.
The four-port BRI port adapter supports U-interfaces by including an on-board NT-1
device for network termination. The eight-port version supports S/T interfaces, and is
used in environments where NT-1 support is not required; this relaxed requirement
enables the doubling of port density.

Both port adapters offer basic "two-B-plus-D" connectivity, supporting 2 B-channels,
each operating at 64 or 56 Kbps for a maximum data rate of 128 Kbps. A single D-
channel is supported for signaling. BRI port adapters are particularly useful for
aggregating traffic from relatively low-speed ISDN networks into high-end routers, as
well as providing back-up functionality for high-speed links in the case of network
failure.

High Speed Serial Interface
The High-Speed Serial Interface (HSSI) port adapter supports the HSSI specification
standardized as EIA/TIA-612/613, supporting serial communication at speeds up to 52
Mbps. The one- or two-port HSSI port adapters are ideal for access to DS3 or E3


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dedicated lines, or to SMDS/CBDS and ATM with an external DSU at rates of 45 Mbps
and higher.

Packet over E3/T3
These one- and-two port adapters provide direct connectivity to E3/T3 lines for full-
duplex communications at 34.368 or 44.736 MHz. Unlike the HSSI port adapter, subrate
support on both these port adapters maximizes the application of these products in service
provider environments for tiered E3/T3 services.

Again, unlike the HSSI port adapter, the PA-T3 provides integrated line interface units
data service units (DSUs) that allow DS3 lines to be directly terminated on the port
adapter. This simplifies line management, reduces provisioning cost, and frees valuable
rack space.

Enhanced ATM
The enhanced ATM port adapters (PA-A3) are a new generation of single wide, single
port ATM port adapters. The PA-A3 is designed with a high-performance, dual
segmentation and reassembly (SAR) architecture with local buffer memory. It supports
the latest ATM hardware features including per-virtual connection (VC) traffic shaping,
support for many ATM service classes (non-real time variable bit rate (nrt-VBR),
available bit rate (ABR), and unspecified bit rate (UBR), and support for a very large
number of ATM VCs. Offered as DS-3 (45Mbps), E3 (34 Mbps) and OC-3c (155 Mbps)
port adapters, the PA-A3 combines high performance and a wide array of new ATM
features--ideal for enterprise/WAN and service provider backbone applications.

ATM CES
The ATM-Circuit Emulation Services (AMT-CES) port adapters are dual-wide port
adapters with four T1 or E1 CES interfaces, and a single OC-3 single-mode intermediate
reach or T3 or E3 standards-based ATM interface. The CES interfaces can support both
structured (Nx64 kbps) and unstructured (1.54 Mbps) circuits. The ATM-CES port
adapters are ATM access concentrators on a card, providing aggregation of packet (data)
and circuit (voice and video) traffic onto a single ATM WAN link.

Multichannel T1/E1/DSX1
Cisco's new multichannel port adapters provide high WAN port density, low price per
port and eliminate external CSU/DSUs and multiplexers. Plus they support both clear-
channel and channelized connections on the port adapter.

Up to 128 software-configurable DS0 (56/64Kbps) WAN connections (channels) are
supported per port adapter. These connections can be different encapsulations, including
ISDN and Frame Relay, and different protocols, so eliminating the need for separate
interface types for separate connection types.

The 128 channels can be allocated among clear-channel T1/E1 links, N x DS0 links, or
ISDN PRI links. For a single clear-channel T1/E1 link, only one of the 128 channels is


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consumed. For each N x DS0 connection, a single channel is consumed. Multiple N x
DS0 connections can be supported within a single T1 or E1. Each T1 or E1 used as ISDN
PRI consumes either 24 or 31 channels, respectively, one for each B channel and one for
the D channel.

For direct connection to E1 and T1 lines, there are four versions of the multichannel port
adapter. For sites that require T1 CSU and DSU functionality, the four- and eight-port
multichannel T1 port adapters provide the right mix of integration and cost. For service
provider applications where only DSU functionality is required (for example, at sites co-
located with a carrier), the eight-port multichannel DSX1 card provides high port density
at a reduced cost per port. For E1 applications, the multichannel E1/G.703 interface
allows direct connectivity to 120-ohm G.703 lines.

Multichannel E3
The Multichannel E3 port adapter provides low price per port, high port density, and
highly flexible WAN support. The port adapter is able to break down a 34Mbps link in
order to support multiple channelized E1, fractional E1, clear-channel E1, and ISDN PRI
connections. The port adapter supports up to 16 E1 connections, or up to 128 usable N x
64K channels. Different protocols and encapsulation types can be supported per channel,
including IP, IPX Frame Relay, PPP, SMDS DXI, PPP and HDLC.

Packet over SONET/SDH (POS)
The Packet over Synchronous Optical Network (SONET)/Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
(SDH) port adapter is a single port, single-wide OC3c/STM1 port adapter. It is supported
on the NPE-150 and NPE-200 in the Cisco 7200. The POS PA is available in three
physical interfaces: OC3c/STM1 Multimode (MM), OC3c/STM1 Single Mode
Intermediate Reach (SM-IR) or OC3c/STM1 Single Mode Long Reach (SM-LR).

Using the Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), the POS port adapter maps IP packets into
SONET/SDH frames in hardware, and then transports them over the optical SONET/SDH
network. PPP was designed as a standard method of communicating over point-to-point
links. The POS PA supports both RFC1619 "PPP over SONET/SDH" and RFC1662
"PPP in HDLC-like Framing".

Service Adapters
Service Adapters are available on both the Cisco 7200 and 7500 series routers. They
provide hardware-based acceleration for specific network services, which would
otherwise impact overall system performance because of the CPU load, which they
impose. Hence, high performance network services can be offered by the router in
conjunction with its packet forwarding and network control functions.

Compression
The Compression Service Adapter (CSA) provides high-performance, hardware-based
data compression capabilities for the Cisco 7200 series routers. The service adapter
offloads all compression- and decompression-related packet handling from the NPE. To

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do this, it compresses and decompresses packets passing through synchronous serial port
adapters.

Encryption
The Encryption Service Adapter provides high-performance, hardware-based data
encryption capabilities. It offloads all encryption-related packet handling from the NPE.
The encryption service adapter supports all port adapters and WAN encapsulation on the
Cisco 7200 series routers.



Software Features
Features and Configuration
Cisco IOS software enables customers to choose from several feature sets, allowing them
to respond to the particular demands of their network. The following software features are
available for the Cisco 7200 with Cisco IOS software Release 11.2.

Software Subsets and Options
One of the following software subsets is minimally required for each system. In addition,
software feature licenses are required as applicable to license specific features within
software subsets.
                                                                                   Enter-
                 Network                                    Desktop                prise
                 Layer 3        IP Routing       Desktop    and IBM      Enter-     with
Category        Switching                        and IBM   with APPN     prise     APPN
SNMP           Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
Async (SLIP)   Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
Frame Relay    —               Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
SMDS           —               Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
X.25           —               Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
ISDN           —               Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
PPP            —               Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
HDLC           —               Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
IP             Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
RIP            Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
RIPv2          Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes
IGRP           Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes        Yes




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                                                                                  Enter-
                  Network                                   Desktop               prise
                  Layer 3       IP Routing       Desktop    and IBM     Enter-     with
Category         Switching                       and IBM   with APPN    prise     APPN
Enhanced        Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
IGRP
OSPF            Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
BGP             Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
EGP             Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
PIM             Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
NHRP            Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Policy-Based    Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Routing
ES-IS           —              —                —          —           Yes       Yes
IS-IS           —              —                —          —           Yes       Yes
DDR             —              Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Snapshot        —              Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Routing
NTP             Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Transparent     Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Bridging
Translational   Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Bridging
Multiring       Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
LAN Extension Yes              Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Host
ISL             Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
GRE             —              Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Compression     —              Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
(Software)
IPX             Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
NLSP            Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
IPX RIP         Yes            Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
IPX WAN 2.0     —              Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
RTMP            —              —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
DHCP            —              —                —          —           Yes       Yes
AppleTalk       —              —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
v1& 2
AURP            —              —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes



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                                                                                  Enter-
                 Network                                    Desktop               prise
                 Layer 3        IP Routing       Desktop    and IBM     Enter-     with
Category        Switching                        and IBM   with APPN    prise     APPN
SMRP           —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
SRTP           —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
DECnet IV      —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
DECnet V       —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
OSI            —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
Apollo         —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
Banyan         —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
VINES
ISO CLNS       —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
XNS            —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
NetBIOS        —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Lock-and-      Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Key
MD5 Routing    Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
Authenti-
cation
Kerberized     —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
Login
TACACS+        Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
RADIUS         Yes             Yes              Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
V-120          —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
SRB            Yes             —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
RSRB           —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
APPN           —               —                —          Yes         —         Yes
FRAS BAN       —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
DLSw (RFC      —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
1795)
DLSw           —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
SDLC           —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
SDLLC          —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
SRTLB          Yes             —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
STUN           —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
TG/COS         —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes
QLLC           —               —                Yes        Yes         Yes       Yes
DSPU           —               —                —          —           Yes       Yes


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                                                                                       Enter-
                  Network                                      Desktop                 prise
                  Layer 3       IP Routing       Desktop       and IBM     Enter-       with
Category         Switching                       and IBM      with APPN    prise       APPN
NetView         —              —                Yes          Yes          Yes       Yes
Native
Service Point
Protocol        —              —                —            —            Yes       Yes
Translation
Telnet          Yes            Yes              Yes          Yes          Yes       Yes
PAD             —              —                —            —            Yes       Yes
AutoInstall     Yes            Yes              Yes          Yes          Yes       Yes
Queuing         —              Yes              Yes          Yes          Yes       Yes
Router          —              —                —            —            Yes       Yes
Monitoring



Software Feature Licenses

 Software Feature License                             Software Features
WAN Packet Protocols               X.25, X.25 Switching, Frame Relay, SMDS, Frame Relay
                                   Switching, ATM DXL, SMDS over ATM
InterDomain Routing                BGP, EGP for Internet scale routing
ATM CES                            ATM Circuit Emulation Services for the ATM CES PA
Network Address Translation        Network Address Translation




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Network Management
The Cisco 7200 is integrated into management applications including CiscoWorks™ and
CiscoView™. It includes a number of advanced management features for high-
performance network management functionality.

Web-based Management Interface
The Cisco 7200 series now comes standard with a hypertext markup language (HTML)-
based management tool. Customers can use a point-and-click Web browser interface to
obtain a logical view of hardware configuration, check network status, and execute
configuration commands.

NetFlow Data Export provides fine-grained data collection, including detailed traffic
statistics by protocol and IP address, with minimal router performance impact.

VLAN Configuration Tool
As an extension to the Web-based network management tool, the EtherSwitch port
adapter for the Cisco 7200 supports a VLAN configuration tool. The VLAN
configuration tool is automatically accessible from the network management Web page of
the Cisco 7200 after the EtherSwitch port adapter is installed. This tool provides and
easy-to-use graphical interface to simplify network management tasks.

NETSYS Tools
The Cisco 7200 also offers support for NETSYS Connectivity Tools Version 3.0, and
NETSYS Performance Tools Version 2.0. NETSYS Connectivity Tools comprise a
network management solution that manages the network as a system, rather than
individually as independent devices. With Connectivity Tools, network managers can
quickly pinpoint configuration problems and can view and test the downstream impacts
of change offline before applying them to the live network. The NETSYS Performance
Tools let network managers diagnose and solve network performance problems, tune
existing networks, and plan network changes to meet end-to-end performance
requirements.

Quality of Service Features
The 7200 is ideal where high-speed (at or above DS3) network services are required to
run across one or multiple links. Network services include a new set of extended Quality
of Service (QoS) functionality:

       IP Precedence provides the capability to partition network traffic into multiple
        classes of service. The network operator may define up to six classes of service
        and then define network policies in terms of congestion handling and bandwidth
        allocation for each class. IP Precedence can be mapped into adjacent technologies
        (such as Tag Switching, Frame Relay, or ATM) to deliver end-to-end QoS
        policies in a heterogeneous network environment.

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       IP Accounting The IP precedence accounting feature provides accounting
        information for IP traffic. This feature calculates the total packet and byte counts
        for an interface that receives or sends IP packets and sorts the results based on IP
        precedence. This feature is supported on all interfaces and subinterfaces.

       Committed Access Rate (CAR) lets the network operator allocate bandwidth
        commitments and limitations to traffic sources and destinations. CAR policies
        may be applied at either the ingress or egress of the network. CAR thresholds may
        be applied by IP precedence level, TCP port number, or by application flow. The
        CAR feature uses token bucket filters to measure traffic load and control
        bandwidth allocations while accommodating the inherently bursty nature of IP
        traffic. For traffic, which exceeds allocated bandwidth, CAR defines policies for
        modifying packet priority or dropping packets.

       Random Early Detection (RED) lets network operators flexibly specify traffic
        handling policies to maximize throughput under congestion conditions. RED
        works in conjunction with robust transport protocols such as TCP to intelligently
        avoid network congestion.

       Weighted RED (WRED) combines IP Precedence and RED capabilities to
        provide preferential traffic handling for higher priority packets. WRED also
        provides preferential traffic handling under congestion conditions without
        increasing the congestion. Network operators have the flexibility to define
        minimum and maximum queue depth thresholds and drop probabilities for each
        class of service, and MIBs for each service level increase network management
        visibility.

       Weighted Fair Queuing (WFQ) provides the capability to provide expeditious
        handling for high priority traffic requiring low delay while fairly sharing the
        remaining bandwidth between lower priority traffic sources. WFQ divides link
        traffic into high priority and low priority flows (based on metrics including IP
        Precedence and traffic volume). High priority flows receive immediate handling
        while low priority flows are interleaved and receive proportionate shares of the
        remaining bandwidth.

       QoS policy propagation via Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) allows you to
        classify packets based on access lists, BGP community lists, and BGP
        autonomous system (AS) paths. The supported classification policies include
        Internet Protocol (IP) precedence setting and the ability to tag the packet with a
        QoS class identifier internal to the router. After a packet has been classified, you
        can use other QoS features such as Committed Access Rate (CAR) and Weighted
        Random Early Detection (WRED) to specify and enforce business policies to fit
        your business model.




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Tag Switching
With software release 11.1CT Tag Switching is supported on the Cisco's 7200, 7500,
RSP 7000, BPX 8620 and BPX 8650.

An Internet built using routers, such as the Cisco 7200 and 7500 series, can deploy Tag
Switching software to gain the advantages of traffic engineering provided by Tag
Switching. For high performance in this environment, Tag Switching can support Packet
Over SONET (POS) OC-3 interfaces.

In networks that provide both Internet service and ATM/Frame Relay services on a
common core ATM infrastructure, Tag Switching provides an ideal way to integrate the
ATM platforms into a high performance Internet service offering. It enables an ATM
platform, like the LightStream 1010 or the BPX 8620/8650, to simultaneously support
Internet core switching via tag switching, and standard ATM switching using ATM
Forum and other industry standard protocols. Tag Switching enables a closer coupling of
the ATM switch into the Internet service, providing a stronger reason for using a common
ATM core for all service offerings.



Configuration Options
The Cisco 7200 series routers feature a modular design, providing flexibility in
configuring a system that best meets user needs.

Hardware
The Cisco 7200 series routers provide high density and broad media support, allowing
users to choose an ideal configuration that optimizes installations and network designs for
cost and functionality.
Each Cisco 7200 series router comes with 32 MB of Dynamic Random Access Memory
(DRAM), upgradeable to support 64 or 128 MB densities. It also comes standard with one
AC power supply and mounting hardware.
Cisco 7202
The Cisco 7202 is a 2 slot chassis offered in a number of cost effective bundles. Each
bundle includes a chassis, power supply, WAN port adapter, and an open port adapter slot
(typically used for a LAN port adapter). The 7202 is ideal for CPE use, and as a
streamlined WAN gateway to connect a campus environment to the WAN.
Cisco 7204
The Cisco 7204, with four slots for port adapters, provides a wide variety of configuration
options.




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Cisco 7206
The Cisco 7206 contains six port adapter slots, allowing it to support maximum LAN and
WAN port densities.

Network Processing Engine (NPE)
The NPE-100, 150, and 200 provide three options for scalable price/performance. The NPE-
100 is the most cost-effective solution for high performance supporting up to 100,000 pps.
The NPE-150 provides even higher performance while maintaining low per-port pricing. It
scales performance up to 150,000 pps. The NPE-200 scales up to 200,000 pps.

I/O Controller
The I/O Controller provides console and auxiliary ports, 2 PCMCIA Flash memory slots,
and an optional Fast Ethernet port.

Power Supplies
The Cisco 7200 series supports optional redundant AC or DC power supplies. This
additional power supply system provides load-sharing that protects against system
interruption when one power supply system or one power source fails.

PCMCIA Flash Memory
Intel Series 2+ PCMCIA Flash memory is available in 8, 16, or 20 MB options. A
PCMCIA Flash memory card must be ordered with the system.

Hardware options for the Cisco 7200 series routers are shown in the following table:

                         Description                           Product Number
C7202 Bundle with ATM-OC3MM Port Adapter                  CISCO7202-A3-OC3MM
C7202 Bundle with ATM-OC3SM Port Adapter                  CISCO7202-A3-OC3SM
C7202 Bundle with Serial T3 Port Adapter                  CISCO7202-T3
Cisco 7204, 4-slot chassis                                CISCO7204
Cisco 7206, 6-slot chassis                                CISCO7206
Cisco 7200 Network Processing Engine 200, 4 MB SRAM       NPE-200
Cisco 7200 Network Processing Engine150, 1 MB SRAM        NPE-150
Cisco 7200 Network Processing Engine 100, no SRAM         NPE-100
Cisco 7200 Input/Output Controller                        C7200-I/O
Cisco 7200 Fast Ethernet Input/Output Controller          C7200-I/O-FE
Cisco 7200 I/O PCMCIA Flash Memory, 8 MB Option           MEM-I/O-FLC8M
Cisco 7200 I/O PCMCIA Flash Memory, 16 MB Option          MEM-I/O-FLC16M
Cisco 7200 I/O PCMCIA Flash Memory, 20 MB Option          MEM-I/O-FLC20M


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Port Adapters
Port adapter options for the Cisco 7200 series are listed in the following table:

                         Description                             Product Number
1-Port Fast Ethernet 100BaseTX                             PA-FE-TX
1-Port Fast Ethernet 100BaseFX                             PA-FE-FX
2 –port Fast Ethernet/ISL TX                               PA-2FEISL-TX
2 –port Fast Ethernet/ISL FX                               PA-2FEISL-FX
1-Port 100VG AnyLAN                                        PA-100VG
4-Port Ethernet 10BaseT                                    PA-4E
8-Port Ethernet 10BaseT                                    PA-8E
5-Port Ethernet 10BaseFL                                   PA-5EFL
4-Port Token Ring                                          PA-4R
4-Port Dedicated Token Ring                                PA-4R-DTR
4-Port Full-Duplex Token Ring                              PA-4R-FDX
4-Port Serial                                              PA-4T+
8-Port Serial V.35                                         PA-8T-V35
8-Port Serial X.21                                         PA-8T-X21
8-Port Serial RS-232                                       PA-8T-232
4-Port Serial E1-G.703/G.704, 75 ohm                       PA-4E1G-75
4-Port Serial E1-G.703/G.704, 120 ohm                      PA-4E1G-120
2-Port Channelized T1/PRI                                  PA-2CT1/PRI
2-Port Channelized E1/PRI, 75 ohm                          PA-2CE1/PRI-75
2-Port Channelized T1/PRI 120 ohm                          PA-2CE1/PRI-120
1-port Channelized E3                                      PA-CE3
1-port Multichannel E3                                     PA-MC-E3
1-port Multichannel T3                                     PA-MC-T3
Channelized DS3 + 4T1 ports (Dual Wide)                    PA-CT3/4T1
4-port Multi-channel T1                                    PA-MC-4T1
8-port Multi-channel T1                                    PA-MC-8T1
8-port Multi-channel DSX1                                  PA-MC-8DSX1
8-port Multi-channel E1 (120 Ohm)                          PA-MC-8E1/120
4-Port BRI Port Adapter, U Interface                       PA-4B-U
8-Port BRI Port Adapter, S/T Interface                     PA-8B-S/T

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                        Description                          Product Number
1-Port HSSI                                           PA-H
2-Port HSSI                                           PA-2H
1-Port Serial E3                                      PA-E3
2-Port Serial E3                                      PA-2E3
1-Port Serial DS3                                     PA-T3
2-Port Serial DS3                                     PA-2T3
1-Port FDDI Multimode                                 PA-F-MM
1-Port FDDI Single-Mode                               PA-F-SM
1-Port FDDI Full-Duplex Multimode                     PA-F/FD-MM
1-Port FDDI Full-Duplex Single-Mode                   PA-F/FD-SM
1-Port ATM OC3 Single-Mode                            PA-AI-OC3SM
1-Port ATM T3, Enhanced                               PA-A3-T3
1-Port ATM E3, Enhanced                               PA-A3-E3
1-Port ATM OC3/STM1 Multimode, Enhanced               PA-A3-OC3MM
1-Port ATM OC3/STM1 Singlemode Intermediate Reach,    PA-A3-OC3SMI
Enhanced
1-Port ATM OC3/STM1 Singlemode Long Reach, Enhanced PA-A3-OC3SML
4-Port T1 CES + 1 OC-3 Single-Mode Port ATM (Dual     PA-A2-4T1C-OC3SM
wide)
4-Port E1 CES (120 ohm) + 1 OC-3 Single-Mode Port ATM PA-A2-4E1XC-OC3SM
(Dual wide)
4-Port T1 CES + 1 T3 Port ATM (Dual wide)             PA-A2-4T1C-T3ATM
4-Port E1 CES (120 ohm) + 1 E3 Port ATM (Dual wide)   PA-A2-4E1XC-E3ATM
1-port POS OC-3c/STM1 Multimode                       PA-POS-OC3MM
1-port POS OC-3c/STM1 Singlemode Intermediate Reach   PA-POS-OC3SMI
1-port POS OC-3c/STM1 Singlemode Long Reach           PA-POS-OC3SML




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Service Adapters
Service adapters provide additional processor power for CPU-intensive features. Service
adapter options for the Cisco 7200 series are listed in the following table:



                        Description                             Product Number
Compression Service Adapter, 64 WAN Links, 786 KB         SA-COMP/1
Compression Service Adapter, 256 WAN Links, 3 MB          SA-COMP/4
Encryption Service Adapter                                SA-Encrypt



Architecture, Physical Structure, and
Specifications
Architecture
Chassis
A Cisco 7200 is purchased as a 2, 4 or 6-slot chassis. Into the chassis is inserted a
Network Processing Engine (which is supplied with SRAM memory and a midplane), I/O
Controller card, and port or service adapters. PCMCIA and DRAM memory must be
specified depending on requirements. A software subset must also be specified, with any
optional software licenses required. For IP traffic, the Cisco 7200 benefits from the use of
Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) packet switching.

Network Processing Engine
A Cisco 7200 must be purchased with one Network Processing Engine (NPE). There are
three variants – the NPE-100, -150 and –200. The NPE is a RISC CPU operating at an
internal clock speed of either 150 or 200 MHz and an external clock speed of 75 MHz.
The NPE consists of the following components:

       Galileo GT-64010 system controller that uses direct memory access DMA to
        transfer data between port adapters on two PCI buses, and DRAM and packet
        SRAM on the NPE

       DRAM for storing routing tables, protocols, network accounting applications,
        packets of information in preparation for process switching, and packet buffering
        for SRAM overflow

       Packet SRAM for storing packets of information in preparation for fast switching
        (NPE-150 or NPE-200 only; no SRAM is provided with the NPE-100)

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       SRAM secondary cache on the NPE RISC processor that boosts switching
        performance

       PCMCIA Flash cards (one or two) for booting and storing software images and
        configuration files.

       Environmental sensor for monitoring the air temperature in the proximity of the
        CPU

I/O Controller
A Cisco 7200 must be purchased with one I/O Controller. There are two variants
available:

-   The basic I/O Controller has 2 PCMCIA slots, a console port, and an auxiliary port

-   The Fast Ethernet I/O Controller has a Fast Ethernet port, 2 PCMCIA slots, a console
    port, and an auxiliary port. The I/O Controller with Fast Ethernet provides two
    physical connectors, an RJ45 (100BaseTX) and MII (100BaseTX or 100BaseFX with
    transceiver). With the addition of an RJ45 interface, customers can now choose which
    connector type is best suited for their applications. The Fast Ethernet port supports
    100 Mbps, full and half duplex.

Midplane
The Cisco 7200 has a PCI bus architecture, with a 600Mbps aggregate capacity. The
midplane is supplied with the system chassis.

Memory
-   DRAM is available in 32, 64, and 128 MB options. 16 MB of DRAM is sufficient to
    support all software subsets, except Enterprise + APPN.

-   Each of the two PCMCIA slots on the Cisco 7200 can support 8MB, 16MB, and
    20MB Flash memory cards. Flash cards are for booting and storing software images
    and configuration files. Note that a Flash memory card is required, otherwise the
    system will have to boot from a network server. 8 MB can store any one software
    image

-   Additional Flash SIMM is provided with the NPE-150 and -200. 1MB is provided on
    the NPE-150, and 4 MB on the NPE-200. This is fixed and non-upgradeable. It is
    used to store the boot image only, while Cisco IOS images are stored in the flash
    memory cards. Note 0MB is provided with the NPE-100.

Power Supply
There is a choice of single or dual power supplies on the Cisco 7200, and a choice of AC
or DC variants. A second power supply unit of the same type can simply be added for
load-shared redundant power.


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Software Subsets
Software subsets include

-   Enterprise

-   Enterprise and APPN

-   Desktop and IBM

-   IP Routing

-   Network Layer 3 Switching. This is a subset for LAN applications that includes IP,
    IPX, bridging, and ISL support.

Software licenses
Licenses are optional and include:

-   WAN Packet Protocols (ATM, Frame Relay, SMDS, X.25)

-   InterDomain Routing (BGP, EGP)

-   Network Address Translation

-   NetFlow Switching

-   ATM Circuit Emulation

Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) switching
Cisco's Express Forwarding (CEF) technology for IP is a scalable, layer 3 switching
solution designed to meet the future performance requirements of the Internet and
Enterprise networks. It evolved to best accommodate the increasing numbers of short
duration flows typically associated with Web-based applications and interactive sessions.

Existing layer 3 packet switching techniques use a route-cache model to maintain a fast
lookup table for destination network prefixes. The route-cache entries are traffic-driven in
that the first packet to a new destination is routed via routing table information and as part
of that forwarding operation, a route-cache entry for that destination is then added. This
allows subsequent packets flows to that same destination network to be switched based
on an efficient route-cache match. These entries are periodically aged out to keep the
route cache current and can be immediately invalidated if the network topology changes.
This 'demand-caching' scheme -- maintaining a very fast access subset of the routing
topology information -- is optimized for scenarios whereby the majority of traffic flows
are associated with a subset of destinations. However, given that traffic in the Internet
(and within some Enterprise networks) are no longer resembling this model, a new
switching paradigm was required that would eliminate the increasing cache maintenance
resulting from growing numbers of topologically dispersed destinations and dynamic
network changes.

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CEF avoids the potential overhead of continuous cache churn by instead using a
Forwarding Information Base (FIB) for the destination switching decision, which mirrors
the entire contents of the IP routing table. I.e. there is a one-to-one correspondence
between FIB table entries and routing table prefixes; therefore no need to maintain a
route-cache. This offers significant benefits in terms of performance, scalability, network
resilience and functionality, particularly in large complex networks with dynamic traffic
patterns.

CEF implements an expedited IP look-up and forwarding algorithm to deliver maximum
layer 3 switching performance. Additionally it is less CPU intensive than route-caching
therefore it allows more CPU horsepower to be dedicated to packet forwarding.

Exterior Description
A Cisco 7200 is purchased as a 2, 4 or 6-slot chassis. Into the chassis is inserted:

-   A Network Processing Engine (which is supplied with SRAM memory and a
    midplane)

-   I/O Controller card with console and auxiliary ports, and optional Fast Ethernet port

-   LAN and WAN port adapters, which may be single or dual wide

-   Service adapters

-   Single or dual AC or DC power supplies

-   PCMCIA and DRAM memory must be specified depending on requirements. A
    software subset must also be specified, with any optional software licenses required.
    For IP traffic, the Cisco 7200 benefits from the use of Cisco Express Forwarding
    (CEF) packet switching.

Within the system chassis is a high-speed midplane, which includes 2,4 or 6 slots for port
or service adapters

Just 5 1/4‖ or three rack units high, the Cisco 7200 packs density into a small package.




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Technical Specifications
                 Item                    Cisco 7202                Cisco 7204               Cisco 7206
 System processor                   NPE-150                  NPE-150 or NPE-100 or     NPE-150 or NPE-100
                                                             NPE-200                   or NPE-200
 Processor type                     MIPS R4700               MIPS R4700                MIPS R4700
                                    150-MHz CPU              150-MHz CPU or MIPS       150-MHz CPU or
                                                             R5000                     MIPS R5000
                                                             200-MHz CPU               200-MHz CPU
 DRAM Memory                        32 MB (default), 64 or   32 MB (default), 64 or    32 MB (default), 64 or
                                    128 MB                   128 MB                    128 MB
 PCMCIA Flash memory                16 MB, expandable to     16 MB, expandable to      16 MB, expandable to
                                    40 MB                    40 MB                     40 MB
 System bandwidth                   600 Mbps                 600 Mbps                  600 Mbps
 Chassis slots                      2                        4                         6
 Ethernet (10BaseT) ports           8                        32                        48
 Ethernet (10BaseFL) ports          5                        20                        30
 Fast Ethernet (TX) ports           1                        3                         3
 Fast Ethernet (FX) ports           1                        3                         3
 Token Ring (HDX, FDX) ports        4                        16                        24
 FDDI ports                         1                        3                         3
 ATM OC3 ports                      2                        3                         3
 Enhanced ATM ports                 2                        3                         3
 ATM CES ports                      0                        1                         1
 Packet over SONET/SDH ports        1                        3                         3
 100VG ports                        1                        3                         3
 Synchronous serial* ports          8                        32                        48
 HSSI ports                         2                        6                         6
 Packet over E3/T3 ports            3                        6                         6
 EtherSwitch port adapter           0                        2                         2
 Multichannel T1/E1 ports           8                        32                        48
 Multichannel T3/E3 ports           1                        2                         3
 IBM channel interface ports        1                        3                         3
 (ESCON and Parallel)
 Compression service adapter        0                        1                         1
 Encryption service adapters        0                        1                         1
NOTE: It is important to validate all configurations. Please refer to the Cisco 7200 Configuration
Guidelines for more information.



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Product Specifications and Operating Requirements
               Item                                        Specification
 Input power                        370W max
 Output power                       280W max
 Heat dissipation                   560W (1262 Btu/hr)
 AC input voltage                   100-240 VAC
 AC input current                   5A max @ 110 VAC
                                    2.5A max @ 240 VAC
 DC input voltage                   -38 VDC min
                                    -48 VDC nominal
                                    -72 VDC max
 DC input current                   5.8A max @ -48 VDC
 Frequency                          50 - 60 Hz
 Operating temperature              32 to 104° F (0 to 40° C)
 Non-operating temperature          -4 to 149° F (-20 to 65° C)
 Humidity (non-condensing)          10 to 90%
 Dimensions (H x W x D)             5.25 x 16.8 x 17 inches (13.34 x 42.67 x 43.18 cm)
 Weight (maximum)                   50 lb. (22.7 kg)



Product Compliance and Industry
Specifications
The following table includes detailed information about product compliance and industry
specifications:

               Item                                       Specification
 Electromagnetic compliance        AS/NRZ 3548 Class A
 (emissions)
                                   CSA Class A
                                   FCC Class A
                                   EN60555-2
                                   EN55022 Class B
                                   VCCII (Class II)




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              Item                                         Specification
 Electrostatic compliance          IEC 1000-4-2 (ESD)
 (immunity)
                                   IEC 1000-4-3 (radiated susceptibility)
                                   IEC 1000-4-4 (electrical fast transients)
                                   IEC 1000-4-5 (surge)
                                   IEC 1000-4-6 (injected RF swept)
                                   IEC 1000-4-11 (power line voltage)
                                   IEC 1000-3-2 (harmonics)
 Safety certifications             UL 1950
                                   CSA 22.2 - No. 950
                                   EN60950
                                   EN41003
                                   AUSTEL TS001
                                   AS/NZS 3260




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