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Info 2610XM router

Hi everibody.

Can I put a interface card : NM-1FE-TX—One-port Fast Ethernet (10/100BaseTX interface)   on a 2610XM in order to obtain the second Fast Ethernet port??

Thanks

Massimo

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Engager

Info 2610XM router

Hi there,

According to the following document, this combination is not supported:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps274/products_data_sheet09186a0080091b89.html

You can opt for the NM-1E or NM-4E instead.

Another great help for labs (escpecially routing labs) is GNS3: http://www.gns3.net/

regards,

Leo

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Beginner

Info 2610XM router

Thank you guys.

Is it correct that NM-1E or NM-4E support only 10Mbps and not 100Mbps  ??

Thanks

Massimo

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Info 2610XM router

As what Leo said, won't work.  NM-1FE isn't supported on that particular model.

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Info 2610XM router

Above I see just another example of a 100% correct answer, made to help, that not being what the OP wanted to hear, has been low rated.

I have rated it again +5 leo!

The OP should learn proper forum behavoir, thanks.

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Re: Info 2610XM router

I have rated it again +5 leo!

Thanks Paolo.

PS:  There are TWO (2) of us who are named "Leo" in this thread. 

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Engager

Re:Info 2610XM router

Yes, it is but for a lab this is hardly a problem.

Main thing is that u have more than one interface.

Regards,

Leo

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Beginner

Re:Info 2610XM router

Hi,

Why are you telling me that is a hardly problem for a lab?

Because my intentions are to buy same NM-1E or NM-4E.

Thanks

Massimo

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Info 2610XM router

Why are you telling me that is a hardly problem for a lab?

I believe Leo means that for a lab environment, this setup is OK.  You still, however, can't use a NM-1FE.

In production, this setup won't really work.