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    Question cisco router 3600

    hi everybody,

    i have a technical question:
    what is the difference between Network Modules(they will be used in the3600 cisco router serie)and WAN Interface cards?

    cheers,
    the only thing that doesn\'t change is everything will always change.

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    Question cisco router 3600

    hi everybody,

    i have a technical question:
    what is the difference between Network Modules(they will be used in the3600 cisco router serie)and WAN Interface cards?

    cheers,
    the only thing that doesn\'t change is everything will always change.

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    Besides being differently physically?

    WIC's don't have special capabilities like IMA and such. NM's do. You want more detail, that's kind of a 20,000 foot view. I could down to the nuts and bolts, but what exactly are looking for?
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    NM - Network Module
    WIC - Wan Interface Card


    Essentially a Cisco Router has several slots to accomodate WICS or NMS (depending on the modle). An example of a WIC is a t1 CSU/DSU and an example of a NM is a NM-4E (4 port ethernet module). If you are wondering how to expand your router - let me know what you are looking to put in it and what you have in it right now. Ill help out to the best of my ability...
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    NM - Network Module
    WIC - Wan Interface Card


    Essentially a Cisco Router has several slots to accomodate WICS or NMS (depending on the modle). An example of a WIC is a t1 CSU/DSU and an example of a NM is a NM-4E (4 port ethernet module). If you are wondering how to expand your router - let me know what you are looking to put in it and what you have in it right now. Ill help out to the best of my ability...
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