We’re not quite sure how this rumor got started, but we wanted to tell you that the Cisco VIC-4FXS/DID 4-Port Analog VIC WIC Card is not out to devour the souls of young kittens. That’s just wrong. Why would a voice interface card need to do something like that? Where would it even ingest the souls of said kittens? Through one of its ports? Honestly, folks. You can’t believe everything you read on Twitter.
Anyhow. What can the Cisco VIC-4FXS/DID 4-Port Analog VIC WIC Card actually do? It supports up to four foreign-exchange-station (FXS) ports for directly connecting phones or fax machines. It can also be used to connect up to four direct-inward-dial (DID) analog trunks. Each port on the Cisco VIC-4FXS/DID 4-Port Analog VIC WIC Card can be used in either its FXS or DID mode. It’s the same size as existing 2-port voice/WAN interface cards (VWICs), which means it can fit in easily into one of the two slots on the MRP card. Neat huh? (Kudos to you if any of this is sinking in.)
So again, we ask: where would the innocent souls of precious kittens fit into this very specific, very mundane, very mechanical process? It doesn’t even a soul itself. We think. We can’t say for sure. It may have one but can’t communicate to us on our level. We didn’t mean to offend any other VIC WIC Cards out there by implying that you’re soulless. We were trying to stick up for you, actually. Sigh. We’ll just shut up now.
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