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Cisco 3200 Series
Mobile Access Router
Figure 1:
Cisco 3200 Mobile
Access Router
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This compact, high-performance access solution offers seamless mobility and
interoperability across multiple wireless networks in a size ideal for vehicles in the
defense, public safety, homeland security, and transportation market.
Delivering seamless communication across
multiple radio, cellular, satellite, and
wireless LAN (WLAN) networks while in
®
motion, the Cisco
3200 Mobile Access
Router (Figure 1) extends the IP frontier to
networks in motion.
Primarily designed for use in moving
vehicles, the Cisco 3200 Mobile Access
Router enables wireless connectivity across
multiple networks to support the
deployment of mission-critical applications
based on industry-standard IP. IP
networking provides a foundation for
sharing communications and applications
among users regardless of transport
®
medium. Cisco IOS
Software adds
feature-rich services, management
capabilities, and mobile networks
functionality. The Cisco 3200 Mobile
Access Router enables users to effectively
communicate mission-critical data, voice,
and video across a peer-to-peer,
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hierarchical, or meshed IP network. Users
can make more informed decisions
immediately, thereby increasing their
productivity effectiveness in the field.
The Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Router
offers users the following benefits:
• Secure data, voice, and video
communications with seamless mobility
independent of location or movement
• High performance in a compact, rugged
design for use in vehicles
• Advanced IP services and
interoperability with Cisco IOS
Software
The Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Router is
designed for incorporation into
comprehensive, customized communications
solutions built by systems integrators. This
allows deployment into a diverse range of
air, land, or sea vehicles, including those for
military and public safety. The systems
integrator provides the complete mobile
solution, including the Cisco 3200 Mobile
Access Router hardware, Cisco IOS
Software, customized cabling, power
supplies, and enclosure, along with
additional components as required. These
components could include Cisco Aironet
WLAN products, Cisco security hardware
and software, Cisco routing and switching
gear, and Cisco LAN and WAN
management software.
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    Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Router All contents are Copyright © 1992–2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Important Notices and Privacy Statement. This compact, high-performance access solution offers seamless mobility and interoperability across multiple wireless networks in a size ideal for vehicles in the defense, public safety, homeland security, and transportation market.

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    Two Models Available The Cisco 3200 Series Mobile Access Router has two models. The Cisco 3250 Mobile Access Router is a configurable platform with a choice of hardware and software options. The Cisco 3220 Mobile Access Router is preconfigured and is suitable for mass deployments in commercial transportation and public safety markets.

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    Cisco IOS Mobile Network is an enhanced, standards-based implementation of the Mobile IP standard that transforms a Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Router from a mobile IP node into a mobile IP router. All client devices connected to the mobile access router can use the router IP addresses for mobility. The router and its subnets maintain IP connectivity while the vehicle is in motion.

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    IP network—a key requirement in mobile computing environments. Cisco extends the benefits of mobile IP through the introduction of the Cisco IOS Mobile Networks feature in Cisco IOS Software. Cisco IOS Mobile Networks allows an entire network—not just a single client—to stay connected while in motion.

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    Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Router in their solutions with confidence, knowing that it can accommodate future applications and enhancements. Refer to Table 1 for a summary of features and benefits. Tables 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 provide additional information about the Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Router. Table 1 Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Router Features and Benefits...

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    IP PLUS Note: DRAM and FLASH are fixed on board the MARC; memory is not expandable All contents are Copyright © 1992–2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Important Notices and Privacy Statement. Benefits • Enables remote management and monitoring via Simple Network...

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    (scheduled to be available December 2002) Cisco 3250 Card Configurations The Cisco 3250 Mobile Access Router is flexible in its configuration options. The following guidelines can assist you in determining the configurations of supported cards: • One MARC per system is mandatory.

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    The SMIC is an asynchronous/synchronous serial mobile interface card. The SMIC supports four sets (only two sets on the Cisco 3220 model) of Cisco 12-in-1 serial signals. The SMIC communicates with the MARC through the PCI bus. The SMIC is based on PC/104-Plus Version 1.2 electrical and mechanical specification standards.

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    • Support for Layer 3 routing between distinct LANs or VLANs on the FESMIC and other LAN or VLAN routing interfaces within the Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Router Signal Overview The FESMIC has four Ethernet headers (the Cisco 3220 model has only two). Each Ethernet header consists of the following signals: • One pair of differential signals for transmit •...

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    Static colocated care of address Authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) server and Mobile IP All contents are Copyright © 1992–2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Important Notices and Privacy Statement. Cisco Systems, Inc. Page 10 of 13 IP PLUS (default...

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    NAT many to many (multi-NAT) IP Control Protocol (IPCP) address negotiation DHCP client address negotiation All contents are Copyright © 1992–2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Important Notices and Privacy Statement. Cisco Systems, Inc. Page 11 of 13 IP PLUS (default...

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    Weight: • MARC: 3.3 oz (94g) • SMIC and FESMIC: 3.4 oz (96g) All contents are Copyright © 1992–2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Important Notices and Privacy Statement. Cisco Systems, Inc. Page 12 of 13 IP PLUS (default...

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