The XM 2600's do support the NM-HDV2-XT1/E1 (X = 0, 1, 2). The non-XMs do not support this 2nd gen module. Versus, the older first gen, NM-HDV modules are supported by both XM and non XM 2600s.
Like suggested above a IP Plus feature set would definitely support the module, but if you are getting a module like this, you will be using it primarily for voice, and if using in a callmanager environment using H323, MGCP etc as the gateway protocol, you do need the IP Voice feature set.
NM-HDV-2E1-60 has 5 PVDM-12s installed in the module and also it has a VWIC-2MFT-E1 installed on the vwic slot.
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