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Overview of Cisco 700

Series Routers

Cisco 700 series routers connect Ethernet LANs to other networks over Integrated Services
Digital Network (ISDN) Basic Rate Interface (BRI) lines. Cisco 700 series routers offer
multiprotocol routing capability between WAN and LAN ports and can function as
transparent bridges.
This chapter contains the following sections:
Product Features
Security Features
SNMP Support
Supported MIBs
Supported RFCs
Router Panels
Specifications
For more information on the commands described in this chapter, refer to the Cisco 700
Series Command Reference.
C H A P T E R
Overview of Cisco 700 Series Routers 1-1
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  • Page 1: Series Routers

    Security Features • SNMP Support • Supported MIBs • Supported RFCs • Router Panels • Specifications For more information on the commands described in this chapter, refer to the Cisco 700 Series Command Reference. Overview of Cisco 700 Series Routers 1-1...

  • Page 2: Product Features

    U. S. image. TFTP Client Cisco 700 series routers support the use of a Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) client. This feature increases TFTP file transfer efficiency and reliability. The swl tftp command loads the TFTP client software from the console port.

  • Page 3: Bandwidth Allocation Control Protocol And Bandwidth Allocation Protocol

    Profile-Based User Name and Password Remote users often have multiple service providers. Connecting to different service providers might require different user names and passwords. Previous releases of Cisco 700 software used the same user name and password for all profiles when making outgoing Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) connections.

  • Page 4: Dhcp Server

    Automatic Configuration From BOOTP The automatic configuration feature allows the Cisco 700 series router to obtain a configuration file from a remote server using BOOTP protocol. Upon power-up, the router examines the Auto_Config flag stored in NVRAM.

  • Page 5: Dhcp Relay Agent

    (for example, Windows NT) should be used. DHCP Relay Agent Cisco 700 series routers can function as a DHCP relay agent. (The router can also act as a DHCP server, but not both at the same time.) When configured, Cisco 700 series routers relay DHCP requests and responses between DHCP clients and a specified DHCP server.

  • Page 6: Fee Pulse Mode

    Call Transfer Cisco 700 series routers can transfer an active voice call to another telephone number. For more information on configuring call transfer, refer to the chapter “ISDN and Analog Telephone Devices.”...

  • Page 7

    ETSI-compliant. Three-Way Call Conferencing Cisco 700 series routers can add another party to an active voice call. You can connect three people using this feature. For more information on configuring three-way call conferencing, refer to the chapter “ISDN and Analog Telephone Devices.”...

  • Page 8

    Cisco 700 series routers only generate Novell IPX format ping packets when IPX ping is sourced from the router. The response by the Cisco 700 series router to a Novell IPX ping packet is in Novell IPX format. The response by the Cisco 700 series router to Cisco IPX ping packets is in Cisco IPX format.

  • Page 9: Data Compression

    Security Features Service Advertising Protocol (SAP) Helper Cisco 700 series routers can forward to a specified router or server (instead of responding to them) all SAP get-nearest-service request broadcast packets and get general service request broadcast packets to an IPX router or IPX server as unicast packets. Cisco 700 series routers forward these request packets without looking in the local SAP table.

  • Page 10: Leased Line Authentication Requirement Removed

    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. 1-10 Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide...

  • Page 11: 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 12: Supported Rfcs

    RFC 1723—Routing Information Protocol (RIP) Version 2—Carrying Additional Information Router Panels Figure 1-1 and Figure 1-2 show the front panels of Cisco 760 series and Cisco 770 series routers. Instructions for connecting the routers are provided in the Cisco 700 Quick Reference Guide.

  • Page 13

    The ports for the Ethernet, ISDN S/T, ISDN U, and basic telephone service connections are located on the rear panel of the Cisco 760 series router, as shown in Figure 1-3 through Figure 1-6 and on the rear panel of the Cisco 770 series routers, as shown in Figure 1-7 through Figure 1-10.

  • Page 14

    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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  • Page 17

    Specifications Specifications The specifications for Cisco 700 series routers are listed in Table 1-2. Table 1-2 System Specifications—Cisco 700 Series Routers Description Design Specification (Height x Width x Depth) 1.6 x 8.3 x 9.6 inches (4.1 x 21.1 x 24.4 cm) Weight Cisco 761 and Cisco 771: 1.4 lb.

  • Page 18

    Specifications Table 1-3 lists the interfaces available on each Cisco 700 series router by model number. Table 1-3 Cisco 700 Series Router Interfaces by Model Model Interfaces Cisco 761 1 Ethernet and 1 ISDN BRI S/T Cisco 762 1 Ethernet, 1 ISDN BRI S/T, and 1 ISDN BRI U...

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