Cisco has integrated voice, video, data, and security into a line of routers for businesses and enterprises to carry out their everyday operations in-office (main or branch locations) or via mobile workforce. Cisco2811-CCME/K9 is an example of this integrated router with a voice bundle PVDM2-32. Let’s make sense of the numbers.
The router hails from Cisco’s 2800 series of integrated service routers with voice and security, Secure WAN optimization, voice, security, broadband, WAN optimization, T1, and inline power support bundles. Here are the defining features of this Cisco2811-CCME/K9 router:
- Firewall protection
- Hardware encryption
- VPN support
- Encryption (128-bit, 256-bit)
- Modular design with dimensions of 43.82 centimeters by 41.66 centimeters by 4.45 centimeters and weighs 6.4 kilograms
- Cisco IOS SP
- Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) 3
- Ethernet and Fast Ethernet for data link protocol
Module, Voice, Router
What about the PVDM2-32, and what’s in it for the router? PVDM stands for high-density packet voice digital signal processor module, and in the case of the router, it has a 32-channel packet fax and voice DSP module
- 32 channels on G.711, a standard that digitizes analog voice signals
- 12 channels in high-complexity codecs
- 16 channels in medium-complexity codecs
Through the high-density DSP module, the router is able to provide voice connectivity, conferencing, and transcoding capabilities, per Cisco. More importantly, the router aims to be the connection between businesses and enterprises’ analog phones, private branch exchanges (PBX), and fax machines and a data network.
That’s the power of Cisco CISCO2811-CCME/K9 2811 Voice Bundle with PVDM2-32.
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