- Network Ports : 1x Fast Ethernet RJ-45
- Management Ports : 1x RJ-45 Serial Console, 1x RJ-45 AUX
- Module Slots and Options : 2x WIC, 1x Open NM Module Slot
- Firmware Version : IOS IP Software
- DRAM : 128MB (Default and installed) 256MB (maximum)
- Flash : 32MB (Default and Installed), 48MB (Maximum)
- Power Supplies : AC
- Rack Mounts : Included (1-RU)
- Model Number : CISCO2620XM
- Part Number : CISCO2620XM
- Condition : Seller refurbished
- One (1) Seller Refurbished Cisco CISCO2620XM 2620XM Series 1x FE 2x WIC 1x NM IOS IP Software Router as described above
- One (1) Power Cord Included
- One (1) Set of Rack Mount Brackets Included
- Manuals or product brochures are not included. Software or Firmware DVDs or CDs are not included
Product information and installation instructions may be found on the manufacturer's web site or on the web. Software or firmware updates may be available through the manufacturer's website
- Transceiver Modules Not Included
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