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Cisco 700 Series Router
Installation Guide
February 20, 1999
Corporate Headquarters
Cisco Systems, Inc.
170 West Tasman Drive
San Jose, CA 95134-1706
USA
http://www.cisco.com
Tel:
408 526-4000
800 553-NETS (6387)
Fax:
408 526-4100
Customer Order Number: DOC-782412=
Text Part Number: 78-2412-06

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    Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide February 20, 1999 Corporate Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 170 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 http://www.cisco.com Tel: 408 526-4000 800 553-NETS (6387) Fax: 408 526-4100 Customer Order Number: DOC-782412= Text Part Number: 78-2412-06...

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    You can determine whether your equipment is causing interference by turning it off. If the interference stops, it was probably caused by the Cisco equipment or one of its peripheral devices. If the equipment causes interference to radio or television reception, try to correct the interference by using one or more of the following measures: •...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    C O N T E N T S About This Guide Audience Organization Related Documentation Conventions Chapter 1 Overview Product Features CiscoSecure Authentication Agent Support Fast Step Support Always On / Dynamic ISDN (AO/DI) DHCP Address Lease Time Enhanced AT Command Support Permanent Linkup Mode Triggered RIP Dial-On-Demand Routing...

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    SNMP Support SNMP Community Names Supported MIBs Supported RFCs Front Panels 1-10 Front-Panel LEDs 1-10 Data Call Button (Cisco 770 Series Routers Only) 1-12 Rear Panels 1-13 Rear-Panel LINK LED 1-16 Chapter 2 Preparing for Installation Safety Preventing Damage to Your Router...

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    Call Forwarding No Reply 4-12 Call Forwarding Busy 4-13 Where To Go From Here 4-13 Chapter 5 Troubleshooting Cisco 700 Series Routers Power-On Self-Test LED Diagnostics TWAIT Timer Communicating with the WAN Terminal Identifier or SPID Problems Outgoing Calls Cannot be Initiated...

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    Establishing a Terminal Connection Troubleshooting the Terminal Connection TPAD Support Downloading Software Troubleshooting Software Downloads Saving a Configuration Loading a Configuration Appendix C Provisioning the ISDN BRI Line Data and Voice North America Switch Types National ISDN-1 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

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    Lucent 5ESS Custom Northern Telecom DMS-100 Custom International ISDN Switch Types EURO-ISDN Switch Type 1TR6 ISDN Switch Type Multiple Subscriber Numbers with 1TR6 International Data and Voice Application Terminology National ISDN Capability Packages Capability Package S Capability Package EZ-1 or U Switch Provisioning Summaries Lucent 5ESS Custom Provisioning Summary Northern Telecom DMS-100 Custom Provisioning Summary...

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    Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 9: About This Guide

    LAN, WAN, power, and phone connections. A paper copy of the document is provided with your router. The document is also available on the Cisco Documentation CD-ROM in HTML format (Document Number DOC-782412=). This chapter discusses the audience, organization, related documentation, and conventions of the Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide.

  • Page 10: Related Documentation

    • Chapter 6, “Concepts and Descriptions,” contains technical information that is unique to the Cisco 700 series router. Although it is not necessary to understand this information, if you are having trouble with your router, this information might help you find a solution.

  • Page 11: Conventions

    Cisco 700 series router. The document is available on the Cisco Documentation CD- ROM and the Cisco Web site in HTML format. A paper copy of the document can be ordered from Cisco Systems, Inc. (Document Number DOC-700CR=).

  • Page 12

    Compliance and Safety Information (Informatie over naleving van veiligheids- en andere voorschriften) raadplegen dat bij dit toestel is ingesloten. Tämä varoitusmerkki merkitsee vaaraa. Olet tilanteessa, joka voi johtaa Varoitus ruumiinvammaan. Ennen kuin työskentelet minkään laitteiston parissa, ota selvää sähkökytkentöihin liittyvistä vaaroista ja tavanomaisista onnettomuuksien Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

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    Conventions ehkäisykeinoista. Tässä julkaisussa esiintyvien varoitusten käännökset löydät laitteen mukana olevasta Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information -kirjasesta (määräysten noudattaminen ja tietoa turvallisuudesta). Ce symbole d'avertissement indique un danger. Vous vous trouvez dans une Attention situation pouvant causer des blessures ou des dommages corporels. Avant de travailler sur un équipement, soyez conscient des dangers posés par les circuits électriques et familiarisez-vous avec les procédures couramment utilisées pour éviter les accidents.

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    Se förklaringar av de varningar som förkommer i denna publikation i dokumentet Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information (Efterrättelse av föreskrifter och säkerhetsinformation), vilket medföljer denna anordning. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 15: Chapter 1 Overview

    Cisco Website. Fast Step Support Cisco 700 series router software Release 4.0(1) and higher supports the Cisco 700 Fast Step software. Cisco 700 Fast Step software simplifies the setup, configuration, and monitoring of Cisco 700 series routers.

  • Page 16: Always On / Dynamic Isdn (ao/di)

    DHCP Address Lease Time With Cisco 700 series router software Release 4.2(2), you can specify the lease time for all the addresses. (The previous Cisco 700 series router DHCP server implementation assigned an IP address to the DHCP client with an infinite lease time.)

  • Page 17: Enhanced At Command Support

    ISDN line and the dynamic routing parameters. Automatic Configuration From BOOTP The automatic configuration feature allows the Cisco 700 series router to obtain a configuration file from a remote server using Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP). Overview 1-3...

  • Page 18: Spid And Switch Automatic Detection

    Cisco 700 series routers can function as a dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) server. Cisco 700 series routers can also function as a DHCP relay agent, but the router cannot act as a DHCP server and a relay agent at the same time. When configured, your router can relay DHCP requests and responses between DHCP clients and a specified DHCP server.

  • Page 19: Port Address Translation

    Port Address Translation Cisco 700 series routers support port address translation (PAT) allowing a designated private IP network to communicate with the outside world. When configured, Cisco 700 series routers translate source addresses from an IP private network to a single, global, unique IP address before forwarding the packets to the outside world.

  • Page 20: X.25 Policy Routing

    POS transaction formats or protocols. X.25 Over B Channel Cisco 700 series router software Release 4.1(1) and higher includes a special image that supports the Cardway TPAD services (British Telecom). The connection is made through the Cisco 700 series router serial port.

  • Page 21: Security Features

    Cisco 700 series routers support the following SNMP community names: • public • proxy • private • regional • core These community names are read-only and cannot be changed. Cisco 700 series routers do not support SNMP set commands. Overview 1-7...

  • Page 22: Supported Mibs

    Supported MIBs Supported MIBs Cisco 700 series routers support the following SNMP Management Information Bases (MIBs): • MIB II • IEEE 802.1d Bridge MIB MIB II Cisco 700 series routers support MIB II standards as follows: • System • Interfaces (all objects, except that a connection is considered to be an interface) •...

  • Page 23: Supported Rfcs

    Supported RFCs Cisco 700 series routers support the following Request For Comments (RFC) documents: • RFC 1058—Routing Information Protocol (RIP) • RFC 1332—PPP Internet Protocol Control Protocol (IPCP) • RFC 1334—PPP Authentication Protocols • RFC 1541—Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) •...

  • Page 24: Front Panels

    C i s c o 7 Front-Panel LEDs The LEDs on the front panel of Cisco 700 series routers display the activity status of the router as connections are made and as packets are sent and received. Figure 1-2 and Figure 1-3 illustrate the LEDs on the front panels of Cisco 700 series routers.

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    Cisco 761, Cisco 765, Cisco 771 and Cisco 775 routers do not have NT1 LEDs. Note Cisco 761, Cisco 762, Cisco 771 and Cisco 772 routers do not have PH1 and PH2 LEDs. Table 1-1 lists the LEDs and their functions.

  • Page 26: Data Call Button (cisco 770 Series Routers Only)

    Data Call Button (Cisco 770 Series Routers Only) The data call button on the front panel of Cisco 770 series routers provides an alternative to establishing or disconnecting data calls through the command interface. The data call button performs in Make or Break mode. If no B channels are connected for data, and at least one B channel is available, the button works in Make mode and attempts to establish a call.

  • Page 27: Rear Panels

    4-port unmanaged Ethernet hub, 1 ISDN BRI S/T, 1 ISDN BRI U, and 2 analog telephone The rear panels of Cisco 760 series routers are shown in Figure 1-4 through Figure 1-7. Cisco 770 series routers are shown in Figure 1-8 through Figure 1-11.

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    C O N FI G Li nk N O D E H U B IS D N S /T +5 V --- 1.5 A +/- 5% -30 V- -- 0.2 A +/- 25 % 1-14 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

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    Figure 1-7 Rear Panel, Cisco 766 Router C O N FI G 10 BA SE T Li nk N O D E H U B IS D N S /T IS D N U +5 V --- 1.5 A +/- 5% -30 V- -- 0.2...

  • Page 30: Rear-panel Link Led

    N T -1 Rear-Panel LINK LED There is one LED on the rear panel of Cisco 760 series routers, the LINK LED. The LINK LED remains lit when a valid physical connection to another Ethernet device is established. The LINK LED blinks when it is attempting to establish the connection.

  • Page 31: Chapter 2 Preparing For Installation

    Where To Go From Here Safety Observe the caution and warning symbols in this manual. Additional safety information is provided in the Regulatory, Compliance and Safety Information for Cisco 700 series routers. This symbol means reader be careful. In this situation, you might do Caution something that could result in equipment damage or loss of data.

  • Page 32

    SELV circuits, and WAN ports contain TNV circuits. Some LAN and WAN ports both use RJ-45 connectors. Use caution when connecting cables. Ultimate disposal of this product should be handled according to all Warning national laws and regulations. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 33: Preventing Damage To Your Router

    Preventing Damage to Your Router Use the following guidelines when connecting devices to your router: • Connect the color-coded cables supplied by Cisco to the color-coded ports on the back panel. • If you must supply additional cables, we strongly recommend ordering the cables from your Cisco 700 series router vendor.

  • Page 34: Unpacking Your Router

    One Cisco Fast Step CD-ROM. (The CD-ROM is inside the back cover of the Cisco 700 Quick Reference Guide.) These items are shown in the Cisco 700 Quick Reference Guide. If any item is missing or damaged, contact your customer service representative.

  • Page 35: Preparing To Install Your Router

    Gather the Ethernet devices to be connected to the router: hub, server, Step 4 workstation, or PC. If you have a Cisco 761, Cisco 765, Cisco 771, or Cisco 775 router and plan to Step 5 connect a digital telephone, you must provide an NT1 with two S/T interfaces...

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    Where To Go From Here Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 37: Chapter 3 Installing Your Router

    (NICs) installed in PCs. For additional information on hubs and nodes, see the “HUB/NODE Switch” section in Chapter 6, “Concepts and Descriptions.” To install your Cisco 700 series router, you must perform the following tasks: • Connect the Ethernet devices to the router.

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    Connecting Ethernet Devices To connect Ethernet devices to the router, complete the following steps: If you are connecting to a node, or if you are connecting a Cisco 761, Cisco 762, Step 1 Cisco 765, Cisco 771, Cisco 772, or Cisco 775 router to a hub, connect the yellow Ethernet cable to the yellow port labeled ETHERNET on the rear panel.

  • Page 39: Connecting The Isdn Line

    Figure 3-1 Connecting the Ethernet Cable C O N FI G 10 BA SE T CI SC O 77 IS D N S /T IS D N U +5 V --- 1.5 A +/- 5% -30 V- -- 0.2 A +/- 25 % N T -1 Connect yellow cable to yellow Ethernet port...

  • Page 40: Provisioning The Nt1

    Detailed information on provisioning your line can be found in Appendix C, Note “Provisioning the ISDN BRI Line.” In addition, the Cisco 700 Quick Reference Guide contains a form to guide you in gathering the provisioning information. Network hazardous voltages are present in the ISDN cable. If you...

  • Page 41: Connecting The Isdn Line To The S/t Port

    Connecting the ISDN Line to the S/T Port The S/T port connects to some telephone service provider networks using an external NT1. The need for an external NT1 is determined by your telephone service provider network. If you are interested in the technical aspects of S/T ports, additional information can Note be found in the “ISDN Ports”...

  • Page 42: Nt1 Required

    ISDN wall jack NT1 Required To connect an ISDN line to the S/T port of a Cisco 761, Cisco 762, Cisco 765, Cisco 771, Cisco 772, or Cisco 775 router when your telephone service provider said that an NT1 is...

  • Page 43: Connecting The Isdn Line To The U Port

    Figure 3-3 Connecting to the ISDN S/T Port When an NT1 Is Required C O N FI G 10 BA SE T CI SC O 77 IS D N S /T IS D N U +5 V --- 1.5 A +/- 5% -30 V- -- 0.2 A +/- 25 % N T -1...

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    Connect red cable to ISDN RJ-45-to-RJ-11 wall jack adapter cable If your wall jack has an RJ-11 connector, attach RJ-45-to-RJ-11 adapter cable to red cable, and then connect RJ-11 connector to ISDN wall jack Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 45: Connecting The Power Supply

    Connect the black power supply cord to the black power supply. Step 2 Connect the power supply cord to an electrical outlet. (See Figure 3-5.) Step 3 Figure 3-5 Connecting Power Supply (Cisco 765 shown) 10 BA SE T CO NF IG Li nk N O D E...

  • Page 46: Verifying Installation

    If your connections are correct and the LEDs are not in the correct state, it might be because the router or PC is not yet configured. If your router is configured and the states are not correct, see Chapter 5, “Troubleshooting Cisco 700 Series Routers.” Table 3-1...

  • Page 47: Where To Go From Here

    Table 3-1 Verifying the Connections (continued) Connection Normal Pattern Ethernet Off when there is no traffic on the network. On when there is traffic is received from the network. Ethernet Off when there is no traffic on the network. On when there is traffic is transmitted to the network.

  • Page 48

    If you are an experienced user and want to use the command-line interface (CLI) to configure the software or have been instructed to do so, refer to the Cisco 700 Series Command Reference for a list of the commands and some configuration examples.

  • Page 49: Chapter 4 Isdn And Analog Telephone Devices

    An ISDN telephone can be connected to the ISDN S/T port of any Cisco 700 series router. An analog telephone can be connected to a Cisco 765, Cisco 766, Cisco 775, or Cisco 776 router basic telephone service port (also known as “plain old telephone service”...

  • Page 50: Connecting A Self-powered Digital Telephone

    Connecting a Self-Powered Digital Telephone You can connect an ISDN telephone to the Cisco 761, Cisco 765, Cisco 771, or Cisco 775 only through an external NT1 connector. If you are connecting an ISDN telephone directly...

  • Page 51: Connecting A Digital Telephone With An External Power Supply

    Figure 4-1 ISDN Telephone to Router Connection (Cisco 766 Shown) 10 BA SE T CO NF IG Li nk N O D E H U B IS D N S /T IS D N U +5 V --- 1.5 A +/- 5% -30 V- -- 0.2...

  • Page 52

    Step 2 ISDN telephone power supply. (See Figure 4-2.) Connect the telephone power supply to the power outlet. Step 3 You can now use the ISDN telephone on the same ISDN line as the router. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 53: Connecting An Analog Telephone Device

    Connecting an Analog Telephone Device If you are using a Cisco 765, Cisco 766, Cisco 775, or Cisco 776, you can connect one or two analog devices, such as a telephone, fax machine, or modem, directly to the router. The analog device is connected to basic telephone services through the same ISDN line the router uses.

  • Page 54: Supplementary Services

    Analog telephone RJ-11 telephone cable Supplementary Services This section describes how to configure the Cisco 765, Cisco 766, Cisco 775, and Cisco 776 routers for supported supplementary services. These are the only models that support the following supplementary services: •...

  • Page 55: Call Waiting

    To use DTMF commands from the telephone keypad, the set local access command Note must be set to on. In this section, the term on-hook means to hang up the telephone. Note Call Waiting Call waiting sounds a tone if you are already on a call and there is a second incoming call. Your BRI line must be provisioned for the additional call offerings (ACOs) call hold and call retrieve to use call waiting.

  • Page 56: Disabling Call Waiting

    If your analog telephone device offers the option, you can press the Flash key instead of the short on-hook to put the call on hold. Dial the hold access number, **95#. Step 2 Dial the second call. Step 3 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 57: Call Transfer

    NET3 switch do not support ISDN provisioning for three-way call conferencing.) Up to three people can be connected using three-way conferencing. (It is a known limitation that no more than two Cisco 700 series routers can be connected.) Take the following steps to add a third party to an active call:...

  • Page 58: Country-specific Dialing Instructions

    Dialing with INS ISDN Lines for Japan To make an analog telephone call over INS ISDN lines in Japan from a telephone connected to Cisco 700 series routers, take the following steps: Enter each individual number (called a dialing digit) of the telephone number on Step 1 the telephone keypad.

  • Page 59: Disabling The Pound Key's End-of-dial Function

    ISDN line). If this is the case with the ISDN line you are using, you can configure Cisco 700 series routers to provide just the dial tone or all tones. This command applies only to NET3 router software and to 1TR6 router software.

  • Page 60: Call Forwarding Unconditional

    If the wrong feature number is entered, you might hear a signal indicating the wrong feature number was entered or the activation or deactivation failed. Call Forwarding Unconditional Activation: *21*forwarded-to number# Deactivation: #21# Call Forwarding No Reply Activation: *61*forwarded-to number# Deactivation: #61# 4-12 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 61: Call Forwarding Busy

    If your router has been preconfigured, there is nothing more to do except power on the router. If you are using the Cisco 700 Fast Step Setup application to configure your router, it includes steps to configure the digital and analog devices attached to your router. Cisco 700 Fast Step applications are on the CD-ROM inside the Cisco 700 Quick Reference Guide.

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    Where To Go From Here 4-14 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 63: Troubleshooting Cisco 700 Series Routers

    LEDs indicate operating status. Any operational problem is represented by a combination of lit and unlit LEDs. Cisco 760 series routers have 12 to 14 (depending on the model) LEDs on the front panel. Cisco 770 series routers have 15 to 18 LEDs on the front panel.

  • Page 64: Twait Timer

    This stops the timer immediately and allows initialization to continue. Note that the call will be successful unless the ISDN line has not been given enough time to rest before power-up or reboot. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 65: Communicating With The Wan

    Communicating with the WAN This section describes the problems and solutions commonly found in Cisco 700 series router configurations. Terminal Identifier or SPID Problems Either of the following messages received on your terminal might indicate a SPID configuration problem: Channel Not Available...

  • Page 66: Outgoing Calls Are Rejected

    • Verify the directory numbers are set correctly. Enter or change the number with the set directory number command or the Cisco 700 Fast Step Setup application. • ISDN line provisioning is correct. Confirm the line configuration with the ISDN service provider.

  • Page 67: Communicating With The Lan

    Verify the LINK LED on the back panel of all models except Cisco 766 or Cisco 776 routers or at least one of the link (LK1, LK2, LK3, or LK4) LEDs on Cisco 766 or Cisco 776 routers is on, indicating the router is communicating with the LAN device. If the LED is blinking, it is attempting to establish a connection.

  • Page 68: Inband Timeout Violation

    ISDN BRI Cause Values This section describes ISDN BRI standard cause values that might be received from the ISDN switch when using Cisco 700 series routers. These values are sent from the ISDN switch to the router to indicate ISDN call status.

  • Page 69

    This might be a temporary condition, but could last for an extended period of time. For example, the remote equipment might be turned off. Troubleshooting Cisco 700 Series Routers 5-7...

  • Page 70

    This available might be a temporary problem. 002F Resource The requested channel or service is unavailable unavailable, for an unknown reason. This might be a unspecified temporary problem. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 71

    BC. bearer is available 004F Service or option The network or remote equipment is unable to not available, provide the requested service option for an unspecified unspecified reason. This might be a subscription problem. Troubleshooting Cisco 700 Series Routers 5-9...

  • Page 72

    Invalid message, An invalid message was received, and no standard unspecified cause applies. This is usually due to a D-channel error. If this error occurs systematically, report it to your ISDN service provider. 5-10 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 73

    Recovery on timer An error-handling (recovery) procedure was expiry initiated by a timer expiration. This is usually a temporary problem. 006F Protocol error, An unspecified D-channel error when no other unspecified standard cause applies. Troubleshooting Cisco 700 Series Routers 5-11...

  • Page 74

    The precise problem is unknown. Cause value is shown in decimal format. Hex value = hexadecimal translation of the decimal cause value. CCITT = Consultative Committee for International Telegraph and Telephone. 5-12 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 75: Chapter 6 Concepts And Descriptions

    C H A P T E R Concepts and Descriptions This chapter provides technical explanations of many of the features of the Cisco 700 series router. Although this information is not required to successfully install the router, it might be of interest and assist with troubleshooting efforts.

  • Page 76

    Password Authentication Protocol (PAP) A form of PPP authentication that requires an exchange of user names and clear-text passwords between two devices. PAP passwords are sent unencrypted. Both devices must support PPP. Port Address Translation Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 77: Isdn Ports

    Terminal Packet Assembler and Disassembler ISDN Ports Cisco 700 series routers provide one basic rate interface (BRI). The ISDN BRI service provided by your telephone service provider offers two bearer channels (B channels) and one data channel (D channel). The B channel operates at 64 kbps and carries user data. The D channel operates at 16 kbps and carries control and signaling information, although it can support user data transmission under certain circumstances.

  • Page 78: Nt1 And The Isdn Ports

    To connect two nodes or two hubs, the signal must be crossed externally. Usually this is accomplished using an Ethernet crossover cable. The pins of a crossover cable have been rewired so the transmit pins are connected to the receive pins, as shown in Figure 6-1. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 79

    Not used Not used Your Cisco 761,Cisco 762, Cisco 765, Cisco 771, Cisco 772, or Cisco 775 router can be either a hub or a node. The HUB/NODE switch eliminates the need for a crossover cable. When the switch is in NODE position, the router is seen as a node and connects to a hub with a straight Ethernet cable.

  • Page 80

    HUB/NODE Switch Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 81: Appendix A Specifications

    A P P E N D I X Specifications This chapter provides the specifications for your router and companion equipment. Router Specifications The specifications for Cisco 700 series routers are listed in Table A-1. Table A-1 Hardware Specifications Description Design Specification Height x Width x Depth 1.6 x 8.3 x 9.6 in.

  • Page 82: Port Pinouts

    Table A-2 compares the pinouts of the Ethernet port depending on the position of the HUB/NODE switch. Table A-2 Ethernet Connector Pinouts (RJ-45) Function (HUB/NODE Switch in Function (HUB/NODE switch in NODE Position or the Unmanaged HUB Position) Hub on Cisco 766 and 776 routers) TX– RX– Unused Unused Unused Unused RX–...

  • Page 83: Serial Configuration Port

    Serial Configuration Port Table A-3 shows the pinouts for the configuration port. Table A-3 Configuration Port Pinouts (DB-9) Function Carrier Detect (CD) Received Data (RXD) Transmitted Data (TXD) Data Terminal Ready (DTR) Signal Ground Data Set Ready (DSR) input Not used Not used Not used The console port is configured as a data communications equipment (DCE) device.

  • Page 84: Power Connector

    A dash indicates that the information does not apply to the pin. Figure A-1 Power Supply Comnnector Common Port Assignments Table A-4 lists currently assigned TCP port numbers. To the extent possible, UDP uses the same numbers. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 85

    Table A-5 Currently Assigned TCP and UDP Port Numbers Port Keyword Description – Reserved 1–4 – Unassigned Remote Job Entry ECHO Echo DISCARD Discard USERS Active users DAYTIME Daytime NETSTAT Who is up or NETSTAT QUOTE Quote of the Day CHARGEN Character Generator FTP-DATA...

  • Page 86

    TCP—UNIX rlogin UDP—rwho UDP—UNIX Broadcast Name Service TCP—rsh TCP—UNIX rsh and rep UDP—syslog UDP—UNIX System Log Printer UNIX line printer remote spooling Routing Information Protocol Timed Time Server TSAP=Transport Service Access Point UUCP=UNIX-to-UNIX Copy Protocol Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 87: Appendix B Terminal Communications

    This might not be necessary for the following reasons: • You are configuring the router through the LAN by using Cisco 700 Fast Step Setup or Telnet. • The router is preconfigured by a vendor or network administrator to be “plug-and-play.”...

  • Page 88

    Establishing a Terminal Connection Figure B-1 Console Cable Connection (Cisco 766 Shown) 10 B A S E T C O N F IG L in k N O D E H U B IS D N S /T IS D N U +5 V --- 1.

  • Page 89: Troubleshooting The Terminal Connection

    The configuration port does not support hardware flow control. Note Power on the router. Step 7 Click OK to connect. You can test the connection by pressing Enter. A Step 8 command-line interface prompt appears. It is assumed that this is a new connection. Once it is created, you can save the Connection Description by selecting File>Save As.

  • Page 90: Tpad Support

    From a Telnet session, enter the set serial config command. The current state of the serial port can be displayed by using the show configuration command in a Telnet session. For complete information on TPAD, see the Cisco 700 Series Command Reference. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 91: Downloading Software

    Downloading Software The default image for Cisco 761, Cisco 765, Cisco 771, and Cisco 775 routers is NET3, IR. The default image for all other Cisco 700 series routers is US. Usually the software loaded in your router at the factory is the most up-to-date version available. You might want to update the image if •...

  • Page 92

    Select Transfer>Send text file. The system loads the file on the router. (The Step 5 LINE LED blinks throughout the loading process.) When the download is complete, the LINE LED turns off, and the RDY LED turns on. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 93: Troubleshooting Software Downloads

    Troubleshooting Software Downloads If the download was not successful, use Table B-3, which shows symptoms and possible solutions. Table B-3 Software Download Command Troubleshooting Symptom Probable Cause and Solution Download takes The terminal emulation program interline and intercharacter delays significantly longer than are not set to zero.

  • Page 94: Saving A Configuration

    Step 2 Return after you enter the command: Host> Upload Select Transfer>Capture Text. Step 3 Select the file and directory in which you want to save the file. Step 4 Click OK. Step 5 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 95: Loading A Configuration

    Press Return to execute the command. The configuration is saved to the file Step 6 specified in Step 3. Select Transfer>Capture Text>Stop when the configuration has finished Step 7 uploading. Loading a Configuration A configuration can be downloaded to the router through the terminal. The following example loads a configuration using Hyperterminal: Connect to the router as described in the “Establishing a Terminal Connection”...

  • Page 96

    Loading a Configuration B-10 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 97: Appendix C Provisioning The Isdn Bri Line

    Cisco Fast Step Setup application. The Cisco Fast Step Setup application takes advantage of the Cisco 700 series router’s ability to detect the switch type and SPID information. However, there might be cases where you need detailed information to complete the configuration.

  • Page 98

    (Also referred to as voice priority.) Call transfer Transfers an active call to another telephone number. 3-way call conferencing Adds a third party to an existing call. Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 99: North America Switch Types

    Switches that comply with the NI1 standard provide the best performance with Note Cisco 700 series voice-priority feature. If possible, order this type of ISDN line from your service provider. Lucent 5ESS Custom Lucent 5ESS switches can run in custom mode, in addition to NI1 mode.

  • Page 100: International Isdn Switch Types

    United Kingdom, France, Germany, Singapore, and Taiwan. Enter the show version command to verify that the software loaded on your Cisco 700 series router is ISDN Stack Revision NET3 2.10. If the correct software is not loaded on your router, contact your customer service representative.

  • Page 101: International Data And Voice Application Terminology

    A capability package is a set of standardized features that simplifies the process of configuring an ISDN line. The capability package ordering codes described in this section apply to NI1. The Cisco 765, Cisco 766, Cisco 775, and the Cisco 776 require two SPIDs for the Note analog telephone ports to operate correctly.

  • Page 102: Capability Package Ez-1 Or U

    Package EZ-1 is the preferred NI1 capability package for the Cisco 765, Cisco 766, Cisco 775, and Cisco 776 routers. The features include flexible calling (conference calling, call transfer, call hold and retrieve), ACO (call waiting), and Call Forward Busy (CFB).

  • Page 103

    Table C-3 ISDN Line Provisioning Terms Term Definition Circuit-switched data—Number of B channels that can be simultaneously connected for circuit-switched data calls. CSD CHL Circuit-switched data channel—B channel(s) used for data calls. CSD LIMIT Circuit-switched data limit—Number of data calls that can be made simultaneously.

  • Page 104: Lucent 5ess Custom Provisioning Summary

    If you do not require voice capability on your line, provision B1 for data only. If you do not require voice capability on your line, provision B2 for data only. Incoming voice priority is not available with Lucent 5ESS Custom switches. Note Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 105: Northern Telecom Dms-100 Custom Provisioning Summary

    Northern Telecom DMS-100 Custom Provisioning Summary Table C-5 lists the provisioning summary for Northern Telecom DMS-100 switches. Table C-5 Northern Telecom DMS-100 Custom Provisioning Summary (ACOU Supported) Line Provision Configuration 2B1Q line code – 2B&D line – Version to Functional Signaling –...

  • Page 106: Router Configuration Requirements

    Router Configuration Requirements This section is a list of configuration requirements for Cisco 700 series routers when using specific switch types. After your ISDN line is ordered and installed, if your router does not automatically detect the switch type, you can use the configuration information in this section to configure your Cisco 700 series router.

  • Page 107: Configuration Requirements For Lucent 5ess Custom Switch

    This parameter is not set with a software command. The Cisco 765, Cisco 766, Cisco 775, and Cisco 776 require two SPIDs so that the basic telephone service ports (POTS) operate correctly. Configuration Requirements for Lucent 5ESS Custom Switch This section describes the router configuration requirements when using Cisco 700 series routers with an Lucent 5ESS Custom switch.

  • Page 108: Multipoint Configuration

    This parameter is not set with a software command. The Cisco 765, Cisco 766, Cisco 775, and Cisco 776 require two SPIDs so that the basic telephone service ports (POTS) operate correctly. Configuration Requirements for Northern Telecom DMS-100...

  • Page 109: Configuration For Router Only On Isdn Line

    Configuration for Router Only on ISDN Line Table C-10 lists the router configuration requirements when using the router only on a Northern Telecom DMS-100 ISDN line. Table C-10 Northern Telecom DMS-100—Router Only Parameter Configuration Software Command Router software U.S. version Note Switch type set switch...

  • Page 110

    Router Configuration Requirements C-14 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 111: I N D E X

    I N D E X Numerics ASCII terminal AT commands Attachment Unit Interface 10BaseT See AUI 1TR6 switch audio bearer capability description dialing instructions 4-11 5ESS Custom switch configuration requirements C-11 provisioning summary 5ESS NI1 switch C-10 B channel BACP 1-2, 1-4 Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol See BACP...

  • Page 112: Capability Package S C

    5-6 to 5-12 port pinouts CCITT Consultative Committee for International Telegraph and CH1 LED 1-12 Telephone 5-12 CH2 LED 1-12 See CCITT CHAP customer premises equipment definition customer service Index 2 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 113

    DMS-100 switch provisioning documentation CD-ROM D channel quick reference guide data and voice over ISDN release notes data bits (configuration port) A-3, B-2 domain name system data call button 1-12 DOV (over ISDN BRI) data communications equipment DRAM data compression DTMF command 4-11...

  • Page 114

    See ISDN BRI interface chip error interfaces 1-13 internal tones 4-11 Internet Protocol Control Protocol (IPCP) See IPCP Japan IOS software dialing instructions 4-10 disabling end-of-call function 4-11 disabling pound (#) key 4-11 Index 4 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 115

    LK3 LED 1-11 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone LK4 LED 1-12 non-broadcast multi-access protocol (NBMA) loading a configuration See NBMA loading Cisco 700 IOS software Northern Telecom DMS-100 BRI switch C-9, C-12 1-11, 6-4 NVRAM MAC address Macintosh Management Information Base...

  • Page 116

    Request For Comments (RFC) TCP port numbers 1-9, 6-3 pound key, disabling (Japan) 4-11 to support demand circuits power supply triggered extensions connecting Triggered RIP connector RIVA pinouts router damage, preventing power-on router manuals Index 6 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 117

    A-3, B-2 saving the current configuration supplementary service secret support security Cisco ISDN Support Services CiscoSecure Authentication Agent Cisco Web site self-test 1-11 support demand circuits serial port suspended call 5-10 configuration...

  • Page 118

    X.25 SPIDs over B channel terminal identifier Policy Routing TWAIT timer Priority Queueing two-wire local loop U interface port assignments upload command version show version command voice priority Index 8 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

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