Cisco Universal Gateway AS5350XM Voice (PVDM2) G.711 High-Density Bundle - gateway

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Specs

General

  • Device Type
    Gateway
  • Form Factor
    external
  • Authentication Method
    CHAP, PAP, RADIUS, Secure Shell v.2 (SSH2), TACACS+
  • Height
    1.7 in
  • Height (Rack Units)
    1U
  • Depth
    20.5 in
  • Manufacturer
    Cisco

Modem

  • Type
    voice / fax module
  • Digital Ports Qty
    64

Networking

  • Type
    Gateway
  • Connectivity Technology
    wired
  • Data Link Protocol
    Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Frame Relay, Gigabit Ethernet, HDLC, PPP
  • Network / Transport Protocol
    AppleTalk, DECnet, IP/IPX, IPSec, NetBEUI/NetBIOS, SLIP
  • Features
    NAT support, manageable
  • Compliant Standards
    IEEE 802.1Q, IEEE 802.1p
  • Routing Protocol
    AT-EIGRP, AURP, BGP-4, EIGRP, HSRP, IGRP, IS-IS, NHRP, OSPF, RIP, RIP-2
  • Remote Management Protocol
    SNMP 2, SNMP 3, Telnet
  • Authentication Method
    RADIUS, PAP, CHAP, TACACS+, Secure Shell v.2 (SSH2)
  • Line Rate
    T-1
  • Framing Format
    G.711

Power Device

  • Nominal Voltage
    AC 120/230 V
  • Frequency Required
    50/60 Hz
  • Type
    internal power supply

Camera

  • Installed Size
    128 MB

Processor / Memory / Storage

  • Type
    none

Communications

  • Type
    6 x voice / fax module - plug-in module
  • Digital Ports Qty
    64
  • Digital Ports Qty
    64

Power

  • Installed Qty
    1
  • Max Supported Qty
    2
  • Max Supported Qty
    2

Processor

  • Clock Speed
    750 MHz

Miscellaneous

  • Rack Mounting Kit
    optional
  • Height (Rack Units)
    1 m

Chassis

  • Installed Devices / Modules Qty
    3
  • Supported Devices / Modules Qty
    3

Interface Provided

  • Type
    network, serial
  • Interface
    T1, auxiliary
  • Qty
    1, 16, 2
  • Connector Type
    RJ-45

RAM

  • Installed Size
    512 MB

IP Telephony

  • VoIP Protocols
    H.323 v2, H.323 v3, H.323 v4, MGCP, SIP
  • Voice Codecs
    G.711, T.38
  • VoIP
    Yes
  • IP Telephony Features
    DTMF generation/detection, adaptative jitter buffer, automatic fax/modem detection and pass-through, comfort noise generation (CNG), echo cancellation (G.168), silence suppression, voice activity detection (VAD)

Software / System Requirements

  • Type
    Cisco IOS IP Plus

Card Reader

  • Supported Flash Memory Cards
    CompactFlash Card

Environmental Parameters

  • Min Operating Temperature
    32 °F
  • Max Operating Temperature
    104 °F
  • Humidity Range Operating
    5 - 95%

Header

  • Brand
    Cisco
  • Product Line
    Cisco Universal Gateway
  • Model
    AS5350XM Voice (PVDM2) G.711 High-Density Bundle
  • Packaged Quantity
    1
  • Compatibility
    PC

Dimensions & Weight

  • Width
    17.5 in
  • Depth
    20.5 in
  • Height
    1.7 in

Expansion Slots

  • Type
    PVDM
  • Total Qty
    3, 6
  • Free Qty
    0

Line Properties

  • Line Rate
    T-1
  • Framing Format
    G.711

OS Provided

  • Type
    Cisco IOS IP Plus

General

  • Manufacturer
    Cisco

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