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4331-Vk/9 router replacement can it be C8200L-1N-4T

Jagadish2
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Hi,

Currently we are planning to buy voice router 4331-V/K9 with 4Port T1/E1 with 256 PVDM. But EOL has been announced.

So, can we  buy C8200L-1N-4T with 4Port T1/E1 with 256 PVDM. Can this 8200L take load similar to 4331 router ??

Maximum PSTN Calls would be 90. Can 8200L handle the load of 90 PSTN calls at any point of time ??

Please suggest if we have to consider any other aspects before deciding to buy 8200L Router or should we consider higher model 8200 or 8300  router.

Regards

Jagadish

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b.winter
VIP Advisor VIP Advisor
VIP Advisor

Hi,

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/unified-communications/unified-border-element/data-sheet-c78-729692.html?cachemode=refresh
Table 2 states the max. SIP trunk sessions, a model can handle. And yes, SIP is not the same as ISDN, but 90 ISDN channels is waaaay lower then the routers can handle.
As long as you have the correct interface cards for ISDN and enough PVDM.

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b.winter
VIP Advisor VIP Advisor
VIP Advisor

Hi,

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/unified-communications/unified-border-element/data-sheet-c78-729692.html?cachemode=refresh
Table 2 states the max. SIP trunk sessions, a model can handle. And yes, SIP is not the same as ISDN, but 90 ISDN channels is waaaay lower then the routers can handle.
As long as you have the correct interface cards for ISDN and enough PVDM.

Hi,

So, 8200L is good enough to go with right ??

Regards

Jagadish

Yes

Hi,

Just saw 8200L-1N-4T has 4GB DRAM and 4GB Flash, but the minimum requirement for IOS XE requirement for both DRAM and Flash is 8GB. Will this be a problem, as Flash can't be upgraded and only Memory can be upgraded to 8GB. Pls suggest. Attached snapshot.

Regards

Jagadish

I think there is a mistake.
If that would be true, then the routers would be shipped with a not supported IOS version.
So no, I don't think you have a problem.

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