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Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware
Reference
August 2008
Americas 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: 408 527-0883
Text Part Number: OL-5816-10

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    Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference August 2008 Americas 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: 408 527-0883 Text Part Number: OL-5816-10...

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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

    I/O End Cap Port Signals 1-15 Gigabit Ethernet Signal Limitations 1-15 Fast Ethernet Signals 1-15 Fast Ethernet Port Cabling for the Cisco 3250 and Cisco 3230 Routers 1-16 Console Port Signals 1-17 AUX Port Signals 1-17 Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure LED Indications...

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    Ethernet Port Speed and Duplex Mode Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Encryption Module Security Engine Features Temperature Sensor Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card MAC Address Allocation Mobile Access Router Card C H A P T E R MARC Component Systems...

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    5.0-GHz (802.11h) Radio Features 6-15 5.0-GHz (802.11h) Channels 6-15 Throughput 6-16 Modulation 6-16 Receive Sensitivity 6-16 Transmit Sensitivity 6-17 Related Documentation 6-17 Replacing SFP Modules into SFP Module Slots Diagnosing SFP Problems Error Messages Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

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    Contents Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 7: Introduction To The Cisco 3200 Series Routers

    This document describes the Cisco cards and the enclosure solutions that are used to assemble Cisco 3200 Series routers. A router can be purchased as a complete unit or purchased in part from Cisco and assembled by a qualified system integrator (SI) as a custom solution. For example, a qualified SI might assemble cards into a custom enclosure to suit a particular environment.

  • Page 8: Audience And Scope

    Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for the Cisco 3200 Mobile Access Router • (78-16930)—Provides regulatory compliance and safety information. The release notes that list the enhancements to and caveats for Cisco IOS releases that pertain to the Cisco 3200 Series router are available at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/products_ios_cisco_ios_software_releases.html http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps5012/ps4629/index.html...

  • Page 9: Conventions

    For information on configuring Mobile IP using Cisco IOS software, see to the following documents: • The “Configuring Mobile IP” chapter of the Cisco IOS IP Configuration Guide, Release 12.2 The “Mobile IP Commands” chapter of the Cisco IOS IP Command Reference, Volume 1 of 3: • Addressing and Services, Release 12.2 Related documents from the Cisco TAC Web pages include: •...

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    Gerät beginnen, seien Sie sich der mit elektrischen Stromkreisen verbundenen Gefahren und der Standardpraktiken zur Vermeidung von Unfällen bewußt. (Übersetzungen der in dieser Veröffentlichung enthaltenen Warnhinweise finden Sie im Anhang mit dem Titel “Translated Safety Warnings” (Übersetzung der Warnhinweise).) Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

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    Innan du utför arbete på någon utrustning måste du vara medveten om farorna med elkretsar och känna till vanligt förfarande för att förebygga skador. (Se förklaringar av de varningar som förekommer i denna publikation i appendix "Translated Safety Warnings" [Översatta säkerhetsvarningar].) Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

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  • Page 13: Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures

    The enclosure seals the Cisco 3200 Series router cards so that they can withstand the harsh environments that are common in police cars, military vehicles, trains, airborne vehicles, and outdoor locations that are exposed to the elements.

  • Page 14: Chapter 1 Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure

    Chapter 1 Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures Figure 1-1 shows an exploded view of a Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure. (The design of the longer Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure is similar.) Figure 1-1 Exploded View of a Rugged Enclosure I/O end cap...

  • Page 15: Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure

    The Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure operates in a temperature range from –40 to +165°F (–40 to +74°C) when all ports are copper. If the Cisco 3270 Router includes a fiber-optic port, it operates at a temperature range from –40 to +147°F (–40 to +64°C).

  • Page 16: Cisco 3270 Router Card Stack

    One Cisco Mobile Router Power Card (MRPC) • A base configuration includes one of each of the following: Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card, SMIC, FESMIC, and MRPC. In the Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure, the cards should be stacked in the order shown in Figure 1-3.

  • Page 17: Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure

    Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure The Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure is designed to accommodate the Mobile Access Router Card (MARC). This enclosure operates in a temperature range from –40 to 165°F (–40 to +74°C), and is certified to meet NEMA4 requirements.

  • Page 18: Cisco 3230 Router Card Stack

    • A basic configuration includes one of each of the following: MARC, SMIC, FESMIC, WMIC, and MRPC. In the Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure, the cards should be stacked in the order shown in Figure 1-5. The two optional WMICs are on the top of the stack.

  • Page 19: Rugged Enclosure End Caps

    Rugged Enclosure End Caps Each Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure has two end caps: an antenna end cap that connects to the back of the enclosure, and an I/O end cap that connects to the front of the enclosure. The port configurations of the I/O end caps vary, based on the contents of the enclosure.

  • Page 20: I/o End Caps For The Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures

    WMICs are connected to affect how they are configured, as, for example, when uploading a Cisco IOS image to a WMIC. The WMIC runs an independent Cisco IOS image and when you configure the WMIC, the link forms an internal LAN. In standard configurations, the WMIC Fast Ethernet port is never brought out to the end cap.

  • Page 21: Cisco 3270 Router I/o End Cap

    Chapter 1 Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures Cisco 3270 Router I/O End Cap Figure 1-7 shows the Cisco 3270 Router I/O end cap. Figure 1-7 Cisco 3270 Router End Cap Router console port FE0 port FE1 port FE0X port GE0 (Gigabit Ethernet) port...

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    To seal the Smart Serial port when the port is connected to a cable, complete the steps in Appendix A, “Smart Serial Port External Seal.” in the Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 1-10 OL-5816-10...

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    (CSCsd44152). The error message is, “Failed to enumerate a USB device as not able to read the device's description.” To correct the problems, remove any unsupported USB flash storage device and use only one supported device in one of the two USB ports. The Cisco-supported flash storage devices listed below. Item# Vendor...

  • Page 24: Cisco 3230 Router I/o End Cap

    Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures Cisco 3230 Router I/O End Cap Figure 1-8 shows the Cisco 3230 Router I/O end cap. It has multiple connectors that can be used to connect power and data cables. Figure 1-8 Cisco 3230 Router End Cap...

  • Page 25: Protective End Cap Cover

    1-9) provides weatherproof protection for the ports on the end caps of the Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure when the enclosure is installed outdoors. The protective end cap cover also provides added protection for in-vehicle use, inhibiting corrosion on the ports and potential damage from objects that are stored near the enclosure inside a vehicle.

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    Re-torque the end cap cover bolts on left side of the end cap cover to between 58 and 68 in-lb. Step 7 Tighten the 8-32 protective cover screws (18 in-lb) until they are seated. For sealing, we recommend Liquid Tight Connector, which is described at the following URL: http://www.newark.com/NewarkWebCommerce/newark/en_US/mfr/brands.jsp?mfg=HUBB Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 1-14 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 27: I/o End Cap Port Signals

    CRC errors on the peer router. Fast Ethernet Signals A Cisco router identifies a Ethernet port interfaces by slot number and port number in the format of slot/port. For example, the slot/port address of a Fast Ethernet interface on the Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure is 0/0.

  • Page 28: Fast Ethernet Port Cabling For The Cisco 3250 And Cisco 3230 Routers

    For example, a port marked FE0X requires a crossover Ethernet cable to establish the Ethernet link between a Cisco 3250 router and a hub. A port that does not support autodetection marked FE0 requires a straight-through Ethernet cable to establish the Ethernet link between a Cisco 3250 router and a hub.

  • Page 29: Console Port Signals

    The AUX port is a serial asynchronous port that supports the following speeds: • Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card in the Cisco 3270 Router: 1.2 kbps, 2.4 kbps, 4.8 kbps, 9.6 kbps, 19.2 kbps, 38.4 kbps, 57.6 kbps, 115.2 kbps, and 460 kbps.

  • Page 30: Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure Led Indications

    Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure LED Indications This section describes the LED indications for the Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosure I/O end caps. The behavior of the WMIC LEDs is described in the “WMIC Console LEDs” section on page 1-19.

  • Page 31: Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure I/o End Cap Led Indications

    Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure I/O End Cap LED Indications Table 1-3 lists the LEDs for the Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure I/O end caps and their indications. Table 1-3 LEDs for Cisco 3230 Router I/O End Caps...

  • Page 32: Thermal Plates

    Black (no light) — Default. Thermal Plates Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures use thermal plates and Wedge Loks to transfer heat from the cards to the extrusion. Figure 1-11 shows a card with thermal plates. The conduction cooling removes the need for internal fans.

  • Page 33: Mounting Brackets

    The torque values for the mounting bracket screws are from 58 to 68 in-lb. Figure 1-12 shows the Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure mounting bracket. Figure 1-12 Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure Mounting Bracket...

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    Chapter 1 Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures Figure 1-13 shows the dimensions of the Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure mounting bracket. Figure 1-13 Cisco 3270 Rugged Enclosure Mounting Bracket Dimensions Figure 1-14 shows the Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure mounting bracket. Figure 1-14...

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    Chapter 1 Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures Figure 1-15 shows the dimensions of the Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure mounting bracket. Figure 1-15 Cisco 3230 Rugged Enclosure Mounting Bracket Dimensions Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 1-23 OL-5816-10...

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    Chapter 1 Cisco 3200 Rugged Enclosures Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 1-24 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 37: Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card

    This chapter describes the features of the Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card. The Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card is the core component of a Cisco 3270 Mobile Access Router. It is compatible with other Cisco 3200 Series router mobile interface cards (MICs), such as the Wireless Mobile Interface Card (WMIC).

  • Page 38: Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Component Systems

    PCI bus. Caution If you add non-Cisco cards that generate signals on the PCI bus, the router might shut down. Please do not add non-Cisco cards that generate signals on the PCI bus.

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    Chapter 2 Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Figure 2-1 shows the Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card header and bus locations. Figure 2-1 Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Header and Bus Locations Gigabit Ethernet 1 (fiber-optic or copper) Gigabit Ethernet 0...

  • Page 40: Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Power Requirements

    0.6 W Power Connections (AUX) The speed of the AUX port for the Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card can be configured as 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, 230400, or 460800 bps. Use the line aux linenumber speed command to modify the speed of the port.

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    Therefore, any device attached to the AUX port could potentially trigger declassification. When declassification is enabled through the CLI, we recommend that you do not use the AUX port for any function other than declassification. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 42: Ethernet Port Speed And Duplex Mode

    Router(config-if)# no duplex Reverts to the default configuration (duplex auto). The Gigabit Ethernet optical fiber interface only supports full duplex mode; a Cisco IOS command to Note set the mode is not is supported. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference...

  • Page 43: Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Encryption Module

    Chapter 2 Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card Encryption Module The integrated security engine (SEC 2.0) is optimized to handle all the algorithms associated with IP security (IPSec), Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)/Transport Layer Security (TLS), Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SRTP), 802.11i, Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI), and Internet...

  • Page 44: Temperature Sensor

    -40ºC or exceeds +95ºC until the temperature falls back to its normal range. Note The signal and LED are available only on the Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card, not on the Cisco 3200 rugged enclosures. Cisco 3270 Rugged Router Card MAC Address Allocation Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card–equipped routers are allocated 37 MAC addresses, starting from the...

  • Page 45: Chapter 3 Mobile Access Router Card

    (CLI) and activated through an actuator attached to the AUX port, such as a push button. Zeroization is disabled by default on the Cisco 3200 Series router. When Zeroization is not configured on the router, the AUX port functions as a modem port or a terminal port.

  • Page 46: Chapter 3 Mobile Acces Router Card

    PC/104-Plus standard. The ISA bus allows PC/104-Plus ISA signals to pass through the card bus, but the Cisco cards do not use any of the signals. If you add non-Cisco cards that generates signal on the PCI bus, the router might shut down. Please do Caution not add non-Cisco cards that generate signals on the PCI bus.

  • Page 47: Marc Power Requirements

    6.6 W MARC Router Signals Cisco 3200 Series router cards do not support any ISA bus signals. The PCI bus connector supports communication between Cisco 3200 Series Mobile Access Router cards. Non-Cisco MIC cards cannot use PCI signals. The use of PCI signals by non-Cisco cards causes Note unpredictable results.

  • Page 48: Console And Auxiliary Signals

    Mobile Access Router Card Console and Auxiliary Signals You can configure the console interface by using Cisco IOS command line interface (CLI) commands. The console interface and the AUX port can be accessed simultaneously. Also, the console port and the AUX port can be accessed simultaneously.

  • Page 49: Chapter 4 Fast Ethernet Switch Mobile Interface Card

    Layer 3 routing support between VLANs. • Only one FESMIC is supported in a Cisco 3200 Series router. Additional cards and components provide power and link interfaces to the FESMIC. The exact configuration of your router will vary, depending on how your vendor configured it.

  • Page 50: Autonegotiation And Auto-mdi/mdix

    2-port FESMIC stores 2 unique MAC addresses for the 10/100 Ethernet interfaces. In addition, 37 MAC addresses are burned into Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card–equipped routers, and 33 MAC addresses are burned into the Mobile Access Router Card (MARC) to support the FESMIC per-VLAN spanning tree (PVST) and inter-VLAN routing features.

  • Page 51: Fesmic Component Systems

    Both buses comply with the PC/104-Plus standard. The ISA bus allows PC/104-Plus ISA signals to pass through the card bus, but the Cisco cards do not use any of the signals. The PCI bus signals allow the Cisco cards to communicate. Non-Cisco cards cannot communicate with the Cisco 3200 Series Mobile Access Router cards over the PCI bus.

  • Page 52: Signals For The Fesmic

    The signals are delivered through 10-pin headers, with one set of Fast Ethernet signals per header. LED signals and 5 V of power are provided through the 20-pin LED header. Cisco 3200 Series router cards do not support any ISA bus signals.

  • Page 53: Fesmic Rotary Switch Positions

    FESMIC ports. FESMIC Rotary Switch Positions A Cisco router identifies a Fast Ethernet interface address by its slot number and port number, in the form of slot/port. The slot/port addresses of the Fast Ethernet interfaces on the FESMIC depend on the position of the rotary switch.

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  • Page 55: Chapter 5 Serial Mobile Interface Card

    C H A P T E R Serial Mobile Interface Card The Serial Mobile Interface Card is one component of the Cisco 3200 Series Mobile Access Router. It provides the router up to 4 high–speed sets of serial signals in both data terminal equipment (DTE) and data circuit equipment (DCE) modes.

  • Page 56: Smic Component Systems

    4-port SMIC header and bus locations. Caution If you add non-Cisco cards that generate signals on the PCI bus, the router might shut down. Do not add non-Cisco cards that generate signals on the PCI bus. Figure 5-2...

  • Page 57: Signals For The Smic

    Chapter 5 Serial Mobile Interface Card Signals for the SMIC The Cisco Single-sideband (SSB) Serial standard supports the following: • EIA/TIA-232, EIA/TIA-449, EIA-530, EIA-530A, X.21, and V.35 standards in both DTE and DCE modes. Signals (SSB and LED) are provided through the 60-pin multifunction header(s).

  • Page 58: 2-port Smic Rotary Switch Positions

    DTE mode, and when the DSR, DCD, and CTS signals are detected. The LED is on when the serial port is in DCE mode, and when the DTR and RTS signals have been detected. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 59: Smic Power Consumption

    Note that these are theoretical maximum wattages. Table 5-6 SMIC Estimated Power Consumption Voltage Current Draw Power Source +5.0 V 1.0 A 5.0 W ISA and PCI connectors +3.3 V 0.5 A 1.7 W PCI connectors Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

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    Chapter 5 Serial Mobile Interface Card Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 61: Chapter 6 Wireless Mobile Interface Cards

    WMIC Component Systems The ISA buses and PCI buses on the Cisco 3200 Series router cards provide power to the components on the cards. The WMIC does not receive or transmit communications signals on either bus, but it will pass signals through the bus to a card above or below the WMIC.

  • Page 62: Chapter 6 Wireles Mobile Interface Card

    WMIC Console and Fast Ethernet Ports Cisco 3200 Series router cards do not support any ISA bus signals. The PCI bus connector supports communication between the Cisco 3200 Series router card and the PCI Serial Mobile Interface Card (SMIC) and between the SMIC and the Fast Ethernet Switch Mobile Interface Card (FESMIC).

  • Page 63: Fast Ethernet Signals On The Wmic

    FESMIC Fast Ethernet ports are identified by using the slot/port format. The WMIC runs an independent Cisco IOS image and when it is configured, the link between the WMIC and the router forms an internal LAN. In standard configurations, a WMIC Fast Ethernet port is never brought out to the end cap.

  • Page 64: Led Behavior

    — DRAM memory test failure. Errors — File system failure. — Ethernet failure during image recovery. Amber Green Amber Boot environment error. Green No Cisco IOS image file. Amber Amber Amber Boot failure. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 65: Key Features

    Firmware – – Loading new firmware image. Upgrade Key Features Table 6-2 lists the key features of the Cisco wireless devices. Table 6-2 Key Features Feature Description Wireless Medium Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS). Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM).

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    All WMICs in Root Mode: PEAP, EAP-TTLS, LEAP, EAP-TLS, EAP-FAST, and EAP-SIM. Cisco 3201 WMICs in Client Mode: LEAP, EAP-TLS, and EAP-FAST. Cisco 3202 and Cisco 3205 WMICs in Client Mode: LEAP. Status Indicators LEDs provide information about association status, operation, error/warning, firmware upgrade, and configuration, network/modem, and radio status.

  • Page 67: Mac Address Allocation

    MAC Address Allocation The WMIC stores one unique MAC address for the BVI interface. WMIC Power Requirement In a typical Cisco 3200 Series router configuration, the WMIC draws power from the PCI and the ISA connectors. Table 6-3 shows the estimated power consumption. Note that these are theoretical maximum wattages.

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    TKIP, and AES-CCM. suites CKIP-CMIC. Max Number of 255. 116. 116. — Stations with WEP Max Number of 256. — Stations with TKIP Max Number of 256. 116. 116. — Stations with AES-CCM Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 69: 2.4-ghz (802.11b/g) Wmic Features

    100 mW (20 dBm) 50 mW (17 dBm) 30 mW (15 dBm) 20 mW (13 dBm) 5 mW (7 dBm) 1 mW (0 dBm) Maximum power settings vary to comply with the regulatory domain. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

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    Japan (–J) Channel Frequency Identifier (MHz) OFDM OFDM OFDM 2412 2417 2422 2427 2432 2437 2442 2447 2452 2457 2462 2467 – – 2472 – – 2484 – – – – – Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 6-10 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 71: Universal Workgroup Bridge Limitations

    • configured with CKIP or CMIC encryption. If the universal workgroup bridge is associated with a Cisco AP or third-party AP and if the user • issues the show dot11 association all command, the IP address and name information is not available.

  • Page 72: 4.9-ghz Channels

    — — — — — — One-MHz channel spacing for Channel Center Frequencies is documented in the TIA TR-8 Note specification, but it is not supported by the 4.9-GHz (public safety) WMIC. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 6-12 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 73: Throughput

    18 Mbps -79 dBm 36 Mbps -76 dBm 12 Mbps -74 dBm 24 Mbps -74 dBm 48 Mbps -71 dBm 13.5 Mbps -72 dBm 27 Mbps -72 dBm 54 Mbps -69 dBm Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 6-13 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 74: 5.0-ghz (802.11h) Radio Features

    Note 5.0-GHz (802.11h) Channels The 5.0-GHz (802.11h) radio in the Cisco 3200 Series router (currently available as the Cisco 3205 WMIC) supports the following channels and frequencies in the ETSI regulatory domain: 5.250 GHz to 5.350 GHz: 5260 MHz (52), 5280 MHz (56), 5300 MHz (60), 5320 MHz (64), •...

  • Page 75: Modulation

    24 Mbps 16 dBm 16 dBm 16 dBm 36 Mbps 16 dBm 16 dBm 16 dBm 48 Mbps 14 dBm 14 dBm 14 dBm 54 Mbps 13 dBm 13 dBm 13 dBm Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 6-15 OL-5816-10...

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    • Access point When configured in a workgroup bridge station role, the WMIC can associate to a Cisco 1522 Mesh Access Point, serving as a wireless backhaul for an in-vehicle mobile network. The Cisco 3205 WMIC can also be used to set up point-to-point, or point-to-multipoint bridges. The new 5-GHz radio in this WMIC improves throughput at lower temperatures.

  • Page 77: Related Documentation

    •5700 MHz (channel 140) Related Documentation These documents provide detailed information regarding the configuration of the wireless card: Cisco IOS Switching Services Configuration Guide. Click this link to browse to this document: • http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122cgcr/fswtch_c/index.htm Cisco Internetwork Design Guide. Click this link to browse to this document: •...

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  • Page 79: Working With The Flash File System

    Displaying Available File Systems To display the available file systems on your WMIC, use the show file systems command as shown in this example: bridge# show file systems File Systems: Size(b) Free(b) Type Flags Prefixes Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 80: Setting The Default File System

    EXEC command. You can set the default file system to omit the filesystem: argument from related commands. For example, for all privileged EXEC commands that have the optional filesystem: argument, the system uses the file system specified by the cd command. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 81: Displaying Information About Files On A File System

    The command example shows how to change to the directory named new_configs. Step 3 Displays the working directory. Creating and Removing Directories Beginning in privileged EXEC mode, follow these steps to create and remove a directory: Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 82: Copying Files

    From a running configuration to a running configuration • From a startup configuration to a startup configuration • • From a device to the same device (for example, the copy flash: flash: command is invalid) Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 83: Deleting Files

    • For the Remote Copy Protocol (RCP), the syntax is rcp:[[//username@location]/directory]/tar-filename.tar For the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), the syntax is • tftp:[[//location]/directory]/tar-filename.tar The tar-filename.tar is the tar file to be created. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 84: Extracting A Tar File

    To extract a tar file into a directory on the flash file system, use this privileged EXEC command: archive tar /xtract source-url flash:/file-url For source-url, specify the source URL alias for the local or network file system. These options are supported: Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 85: Displaying The Contents Of A File

    This section describes how to create, load, and maintain configuration files. Configuration files contain commands entered to customize the function of the Cisco IOS software. To better benefit from these instructions, your WMIC contains a minimal default running configuration for interacting with the system software.

  • Page 86: Guidelines For Creating And Using Configuration Files

    To restore a configuration file to an exact copy of a file stored on a server, copy the configuration file directly to the startup configuration (by using the copy {ftp: | rcp: | tftp:} nvram:startup-config privileged EXEC command), and reload the WMIC. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 87: Configuration File Types And Location

    Ensure that the workstation acting as the TFTP server is properly configured. On a Sun workstation, • make sure that the /etc/inetd.conf file contains this line: tftp dgram udp wait root /usr/etc/in.tftpd in.tftpd -p -s /tftpboot Make sure that the /etc/services file contains this line: Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 88

    This example shows how to configure the software from the file tokyo-confg at IP address 172.16.2.155: bridge# copy tftp://172.16.2.155/tokyo-confg system:running-config Configure using tokyo-confg from 172.16.2.155? [confirm] y Booting tokyo-confg from 172.16.2.155:!!! [OK - 874/16000 bytes] Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-10 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 89: Copying Configuration Files By Using Ftp

    The FTP protocol requires a client to send a remote username and password on each FTP request to a server. When you copy a configuration file from the WMIC to a server by using FTP, the Cisco IOS software sends the first valid username in this list: The username specified in the copy command if a username is specified.

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    (see Steps 4, 5, and 6). Step 2 ip ftp username username (Optional) Changes the default remote username. Step 3 ip ftp password password (Optional) Changes the default password. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-12 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 91: Uploading A Configuration File By Using Ftp

    Log in to the WMIC through a Telnet session. Step 3 configure terminal Enters global configuration mode. This step is required only if you override the default remote username or password (see Steps 4, 5, and 6). Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-13 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 92: Copying Configuration Files By Using Rcp

    The RCP requires a client to send a remote username with each RCP request to a server. When you copy a configuration file from the WMIC to a server, the Cisco IOS software sends the first valid username in this list: The username specified in the copy command if a username is specified.

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    For more information, refer to the documentation for your RCP server. Downloading a Configuration File by Using RCP To download a configuration file by using FTP, follow these steps, beginning in privileged EXEC mode: Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-15 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 94: Uploading A Configuration File By Using Rcp

    %SYS-5-CONFIG_NV:Non-volatile store configured from host2-config by rcp from 172.16.101.101 Uploading a Configuration File by Using RCP To upload a configuration file by using RCP, follow these steps, beginning in privileged EXEC mode: Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-16 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 95: Clearing Configuration Information

    Write file ap2-confg on host 172.16.101.101?[confirm] ![OK] Clearing Configuration Information This section describes how to clear configuration information. Deleting a Stored Configuration File Caution You cannot restore a file after it has been deleted. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-17 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 96: Working With Software Images

    Note Image Location on the WMIC The Cisco IOS image is stored in a directory that shows the version number. A subdirectory contains the HTML files needed for web management. The image is stored on the system board flash memory (flash:).

  • Page 97: Copying Image Files By Using Tftp

    Working with Software Images tar File Format of Images on a Server or Cisco.com Software images located on a server or downloaded from Cisco.com are provided in a tar file format, which contains these files: info file (The info file is always at the beginning of the tar file and contains information about the •...

  • Page 98

    Make sure the TFTP server is properly configured; see “Preparing to Download or Upload an Image File by Using TFTP” section on page 7-19 Step 2 Log in to the WMIC through a Telnet session. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-20 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 99

    /force /recursive filesystem:/file-url privileged EXEC command. For filesystem, use flash: for the system board flash device. For file-url, enter the directory name of the old image. All the files in the directory and the directory are removed. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-21 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 100: Copying Image Files By Using Ftp

    The FTP protocol requires a client to send a remote username and password on each FTP request to a server. When you copy an image file from the WMIC to a server by using FTP, the Cisco IOS software sends the first valid username in this list:...

  • Page 101

    You can download a new image file and overwrite the current image or keep the current image. For the download and upload algorithms to operate properly, do not rename image directories. Caution Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-23 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 102

    (see Steps 4, 5, and 6). Step 4 ip ftp username username (Optional) Changes the default remote username. Step 5 ip ftp password password (Optional) Changes the default password. Step 6 Returns to privileged EXEC mode. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-24 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 103

    Note If the flash device has sufficient space to hold two images and you want to overwrite one of these images with the same version, you must specify the /overwrite option. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-25 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 104

    (see Steps 4, 5, and 6). Step 4 ip ftp username username (Optional) Changes the default remote username. Step 5 ip ftp password password (Optional) Changes the default password. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-26 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 105: Copying Image Files By Using Rcp

    If the destination file does not exist, RCP creates it for you. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-27...

  • Page 106

    RCP requires a client to send a remote username on each RCP request to a server. When you copy an image from the WMIC to a server by using RCP, the Cisco IOS software sends the first valid username in this list: The username specified in the archive download-sw or archive upload-sw privileged EXEC •...

  • Page 107

    7-27. For @location, specify the IP address of the RCP server. • For /directory/image-name.tar, specify the directory • (optional) and the image to download. Directory and image names are case sensitive. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-29 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 108

    For filesystem, use flash: for the system board flash device. For file-url, enter the directory name of the old software image. All the files in the directory and the directory are removed. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-30 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 109

    The archive upload-sw privileged EXEC command builds an image file on the server by uploading these files in order: info, the IOS image, the HTML files, and info.ver. After these files are uploaded, the upload algorithm creates the tar file format. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-31 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 110

    TFTP server that can serve the Cisco IOS image to the WMICs. The following major steps are required to upload the Cisco IOS image to all the devices in a Cisco 3200 Series router stack.

  • Page 111

    6.0 9.0 basic-11.0 12.0 18.0 24.0 36.0 48.0 54.0 rts threshold 4000 station-role workgroup-bridge infrastructure-client bridge-group 1 bridge-group 1 subscriber-loop-control bridge-group 1 block-unknown-source no bridge-group 1 source-learning no bridge-group 1 unicast-flooding bridge-group 1 spanning-disabled Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-33 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 112

    FastEthernet0 no ip address bridge-group 1 no bridge-group 1 source-learning bridge-group 1 spanning-disabled no shutdown interface BVI1 ip address 10.10.10.2 255.255.255.0 no ip route-cache ip default-gateway 10.10.10.1 bridge 1 route ip Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-34 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 113

    FastEthernet0 no ip address bridge-group 1 no bridge-group 1 source-learning bridge-group 1 spanning-disabled no shutdown interface BVI1 ip address 10.10.10.3 255.255.255.0 no ip route-cache ip default-gateway 10.10.10.1 bridge 1 route ip Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-35 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 114

    Chapter 7 Managing Firmware and Configurations Working with Software Images Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference 7-36 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 115

    Secure the cable back onto the Smart Serial port by using the jack screws of the cable assembly, as shown Figure A-1. Figure A-1 Securing the Smart Serial Port Cable Move and secure adjacent port protectors away from the smart serial port. Step 5 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 116

    Position the heat-shrink tubing as shown in Figure A-2, so that one end is over the cable molding, over the chassis protrusion, and abuts the end cap. Figure A-2 Positioning the Heat-Shrink Tubing Over the Cable Molding Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 117

    Once it is secure, direct the heat toward the other end of the tubing to shrink it against the cable molding, as shown in Figure A-3. Figure A-3 Applying Heat to the Heat-Shrink Tubing Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 118

    Appendix A Smart Serial Port External Seal Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 119

    This chapter describes how to replace small-form-factor pluggable (SFP) modules. SFP modules are inserted into the SFP module slot on the Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card. These modules provide the uplink optical interfaces, laser send (TX) and laser receive (RX).

  • Page 120: Replacing Sfp Modules Into Sfp Module Slots

    Do not remove the rubber plugs from the SFP module port or the rubber caps from the Caution fiber-optic cable until you are ready to connect the cable. The plugs and caps protect the SFP module ports and cables from contamination and ambient light. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 121: Diagnosing Sfp Problems

    Verify the pinouts are correct for the proper application of cables. The cable is wired incorrectly. Replace the cable with a tested good STP checking for possible loops. cable. Wait 30 seconds for the port LED to turn green. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 122: Error Messages

    As a result of the error, the module is disabled. Try reseating the module. Hardware replacement should not occur first Recommended Action occurrence. Before requesting hardware replacement, review troubleshooting logs with a technical support representative. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 123

    The transceiver module for the interface specified in the error message is not a Cisco Explanation supported module. As a result of the error, the module is disabled. When Cisco determines that a fault or defect can be traced to the use of third-party transceivers installed by a customer or reseller, then, at Cisco's discretion, Cisco may withhold support under warranty or a Cisco support program.

  • Page 124

    Appendix B SFP Module Replacement Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 125

    A P P E N D I X Switch Port Functionality The 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports on the Cisco 3200 Series router FESMIC default to Layer 2 switch ports. The FESMIC is a “learning bridge,” as defined in 802.1D with the Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) capabilities of 802.1P/Q.

  • Page 126

    A VLAN comes into existence when a user adds a VLAN to the local VLAN database. A maximum of 32 VLANs are supported. VLAN IDs can range from 1 to 1005. By default, a spanning tree instance is created for each VLAN. • Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 127

    “baby giant” by the receiving equipment. The FESMIC is capable of 802.1Q tagging, only supporting 802.1Q trunking encapsulation. It does not support the Cisco proprietary ISL encapsulation. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 128

    VLAN to a second VLAN for a Layer 2 switch. The FESMIC enables the Cisco 3200 Series router to become one of first IOS Ethernet switching routers to deliver intelligent Layer 2 switching capability and Layer 3 inter-VLAN routing in a single box...

  • Page 129

    Additional SVIs exist only when explicitly configured by a user. Figure C-5 Switch Virtual Interface Architecture Layer 3 Routing Unnumbered Unnumbered VLAN 1 VLAN 2 VLAN 3 VLAN N Hardware Switching e0/1 e0/2 e0/3 e1/1 e1/2 e1/3 e2/1 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 130

    The following example shows how to configure the switch as a VTP client: Router# vlan database Router(vlan)# vtp client Setting device to VTP CLIENT mode. Router(vlan)# exit In CLIENT state, no apply attempted. Exiting..Router# Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 131

    CoS. The FESMIC 10/100 Fast Ethernet interfaces default to use the strict priority-based scheduling. After system boots, you can enable weighted round-robin scheduling. Mapping 802.1P priority to IP precedence bits is not supported. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 132

    VLAN created on a FESMIC interface. STP is enabled by default on VLAN 1 and on all newly created VLANs. Cisco developed PVST+ to allow running several STP instances (even over an 802.1Q network) by using a tunneling mechanism. Although beyond the scope of this document, PVST+ can be briefly described as utilizing a Cisco device to connect a MST zone (typically another vendor’s 802.1Q-based network) to...

  • Page 133

    Router(config-if)#interface vlan 7 Router(config-if)#ip address 7.7.7.7 255.255.255.0 The 10/100 Fast Ethernet 3/0 switchport can be pinged by through the VLAN interface. You can now attach any Layer 3 features to interface with the VLAN. Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference OL-5816-10...

  • Page 134: Enabling Ip Pim On Layer 3 Interfaces

    For complete information and procedures, refer to these publications: Cisco IOS IP Configuration Guide, Release 12.2, at this URL: • http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122cgcr/fipr_c/ Cisco IOS IP Command Reference, Volume 1 of 3: Addressing and Services, Release 12.2 at this • URL: http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122cgcr/fipras_r/index.htm Cisco IOS IP Command Reference, Volume 2 of 3: Routing Protocols, Release 12.2 at this URL:...

  • Page 135

    Multicast reserved groups joined: 224.0.0.1 224.0.0.2 224.0.0.13 224.0.0.10 Outgoing access list is not set Inbound access list is not set Proxy ARP is enabled Security level is default Split horizon is enabled ICMP redirects are always sent Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference C-11 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 136

    (*, 230.13.13.2), 00:16:41/00:00:00, RP 10.15.1.20, flags:SJC Incoming interface:GigabitEthernet4/8, RPF nbr 10.15.1.20, RPF-MFD Outgoing interface list: GigabitEthernet4/9, Forward/Sparse-Dense, 00:16:41/00:00:00, H (10.20.1.15, 230.13.13.1), 00:14:31/00:01:40, flags:CJT Incoming interface:GigabitEthernet4/8, RPF nbr 10.15.1.20, RPF-MFD Outgoing interface list: GigabitEthernet4/9, Forward/Sparse-Dense, 00:14:31/00:00:00, H Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference C-12 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 137: Storm Control

    When storm control is enabled, the switch monitors the packets that are passing from an interface to the switching bus and determines whether the packet is unicast, multicast, or broadcast. The switch monitors the number of broadcast, multicast, or unicast packets received within the 1-second time interval, and Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference C-13 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 138: Storm Control Configuration

    Specifies the unicast suppression level for an interface as a Router(config)# [no] storm-control unicast threshold <0 - 100> percentage of total bandwidth. Use the no keyword to restore the defaults. Step 5 Returns to privileged EXEC mode. Router(config)# end Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference C-14 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 139: Igmp Snooping

    IGMP join and leave messages which are sent from the hosts connected to the switch. For example: Router(config)# ip multicast-routing Router(config-if)# interface VLAN1 ip-address 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.0 ip pim sparse-mode To verify multicasting support, use the show ip igmp group command: Router# show ip igmp group Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference C-15 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 140

    Router# sh ip mroute CCDE, CCENT, Cisco Eos, Cisco Lumin, Cisco Nexus, Cisco StadiumVision, the Cisco logo, DCE, and Welcome to the Human Network are trademarks; Changing the Way We Work, Live, Play, and Learn is a service mark; and Access Registrar, Aironet, AsyncOS, Bringing the Meeting...

  • Page 141

    1-16 duplex Auto-MDIX 4-1, 4-2, 6-3 errdisable recovery auto-negotiation 3-1, 4-2, 6-3 line con 2-4, 3-1 AUX port power local enclosure 1-17 show controller 1-15 MARC show interface 6-16 speed speed Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference IN-1 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 142

    1-10 EAP-FAST Tyco connector 1-10 EIA/TIA-232 Flash memory 2-1, 3-1 EIA/TIA-449 flow control 1-17, 2-1, 3-4 EIA/TIA-530 frequencies 6-11 EIA/TIA-530A EIA/TIA-X.21 enclosure interface cards Gigabit Ethernet mounting copper encryption duplex mode Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference IN-2 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 143

    Ethernet interfaces over-temp radio traffic 1-17, 2-4, 3-4 console port status 1-17, 2-3, 3-4 Fast Ethernet line con command 2-4, 3-1 Cisco 3270 Rugged Router card Cisco FESMIC 4-4, 4-5 Cisco MARC Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference IN-3 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 144

    1-13 rugged enclosure processor 2-1, 3-1 Cisco 3230 protective end cap cover 1-13 Cisco 3270 Public Key Execution Unit (PKEU) 2-5, 2-7 non-Cisco cards bus communication 2-2, 4-3, 5-1, 6-1 6-5, 6-10 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference IN-4 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 145: Receive Sensitivity

    1-21 SFP module transmit sensitivity 6-17 bale-clasp latch Triple Data Encryption Standard (3DES) qualified parts trunking replacement B-2 to B-3 replacement instructions show controller command 1-15 show interface d0 dfs command 6-16 Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference IN-5 OL-5816-10...

  • Page 146

    1-20 wiring card WMIC 2.4 GHz (802.11b/g) 4.9 GHz (public safety) 5.0 GHz (public safety) console ports mode, installation and operation 1-19 order of installation Zeroization AUX port 2-5, 3-1 GPIO pin Cisco 3200 Series Router Hardware Reference IN-6 OL-5816-10...

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