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NM1-T3/E3 card fits in 3800, but not 3945?

We have a NM-T3/E3-RF card that fits inside a 3800, but does not fit into a 3945.  

The documentation says it works with 3900 ISR Routers.

Is there a cradle or adapter that is required?

Does the "RF" section of the part number differentiate this from a NM-T3/E3 card?   

Thanks

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NM1-T3/E3 card fits in 3800, but not 3945?

The NM-t3/E3-RF Is listed as an expansion module. I did find it on the internet but not on cisco. It was listed as compatable with the 3945E.

It did not show up in the Interfaces and modules listing:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10536/products_relevant_interfaces_and_modules.html

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Re: NM1-T3/E3 card fits in 3800, but not 3945?

-RF means Refurbished. These are discounted on the list price, but not everyone can order them.

Regarding the OP question, to install NM modules in ISR G2, you need SM-NM-ADPTR.

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NM1-T3/E3 card fits in 3800, but not 3945?

Thanks for the iformation.   Right after posting, my friend found the info  hidden in the Cisco document, and I removed the question.  It looks like I can not rate your responses, but I appreciate the effort.  Regards, jc

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NM1-T3/E3 card fits in 3800, but not 3945?

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NM1-T3/E3 card fits in 3800, but not 3945?

Nice Tidbit on RF. explains why it doesnt show on the Cisco Site.

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