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CISCO1941/K9 Overview

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Content
Overview ................................................................................................................................................................................ 2

Quick Specs.................................................................................................................................................................... 2

Product Details.............................................................................................................................................................. 3

Modularity Features .................................................................................................................................................... 9

The Licenses ................................................................................................................................................................ 11

Compare to Similar Routers .................................................................................................................................. 11

Specification....................................................................................................................................................................... 12

FAQ ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 18

Source .................................................................................................................................................................................. 22

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Overview

The Cisco 1941 Router, modular router, is designed for branch offices.

Quick Specs

Figure 1 shows the front view of CISCO1941/K9.

Table 1 shows the Quick Specs of the CISCO1941/K9.

Product Code CISCO1941/K9

Rack Units 2 RU

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Interfaces 2 integrated 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports: GE0/0&GE0/1

Expansion Slot(s) 2 enhanced High-Speed WAN Interface Card slots

1 Internal Services Module slot

RAM 512 MB (installed) / 2.5 GB (max)

Flash Memory 256 MB (installed) / 8 GB (max)

Dimensions 34.3 cm x 29.2 cm x 8.9 cm

Package Weight 10.48 Kg

Product Details

Figure 2 shows the statue LEDs, on the front panel of the 1941/K9, including three statues: SYS, ACT and PoE.

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Table 2 shows the front panel LEDs area description.

LED Color Description

SYS Solid green Solid green indicates normal operation.

Blinking System is booting or is in ROM monitor mode.

green

Amber System error.

Off Power is off or system board is faulty.

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LED Color Description

ACT Green Solid or blinking when any packets are transmitted or received on any WAN or LAN, or when

monitoring system activity.

PoE Green PoE is available.

Amber Power supply is not supplying PoE power.

Figure 3 shows the back panel of this router with LEDs.

Note:

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Kensington security slot EN (Enable USB console)

CF 1 EN (Enable RJ-45 console)

CF 0 S (Speed)

ISM or WLAN L (Link)

Table 3 shows the back LEDs area description.

LED Color Description Location

CF 1 Green Flash memory is busy. Back Panel

Amber Initialized with error.

Blinking Green then turns off CompactFlash is ready for removal.

CF 0 Green Flash memory is busy. Back Panel

Amber Initialized with error.

Blinking Green then turns off CompactFlash is ready for removal.

S (Speed) 1 blink + pause GE port operating at 10 Mb/s. Back Panel

2 blink + pause GE port operating at 100 Mb/s.

3 blink + pause GE port operating at 1000 Mb/s.

L (Link) Green GE link is established. Back Panel

Off No GE link is established.

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LED Color Description Location

EN (RJ-45 console port) Green The RJ-45 console port is active. Back Panel

EN (USB serial console port) Green The USB console port is active. Back Panel

Figure 4 shows the ports and slots on the back panel of CISCO1941/K9.

Note:

On/Off switch Compact flash 2

HWIC slot 1 HWIC slot 2

Input power connector USB serial port

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AUX port GE 0/1


GE 0/0 USB ports

Compact flash 1

Cisco 1941/K9 supports 2 integrated EHWIC slots for flexible configurations. It supports two modules: 1 double wide

HWIC-D or single wide EHWIC/HWIC module or a 2nd single wide E-HIC/HWIC module.

2 high-speed USB 2.0 ports enable another mechanism secure token capabilities and storage.

The 1941 has 2 external Compact Flash slots supporting to extend up to 8GB.

Figure 5 shows the internal view of the CISCO1941/K9.

There is a blank Memory slot inside the device, supporting to extend memory.

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Modularity Features

The Cisco 1941 provides significantly enhanced modular capabilities offering investment protection for customers.

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Table 4 shows interfaces and modules for this router.

Models Description

ISM-SRE-300-K9 Internal Services Module (ISM) with Services Ready Engine

MEM-CF-256U1GB 256MB to 1GB Compact Flash Upgrade for Cisco 1900,2900,3900

MEM-CF-256U2GB 256MB to 2GB Compact Flash Upgrade for Cisco 1900,2900,3900

MEM-CF- 256MB to 512MB CF Upgrade for Cisco 1900,2900,3900 ISR

256U512MB

MEM-CF-256U4GB 256MB to 4GB Compact Flash Upgrade for Cisco 1900,2900,3900

EHWIC-1GE-SFP-CU Cisco 1900, 2900, 3900 Router EHWIC WAN Card EHWIC-1GE-SFP-CU

EHWIC-4ESG Four port 10/100/1000 Base-TX Gigabit Ethernet switch interface card for Cisco 1900

2900 3900 Routers

HWIC-2FE HWIC two routed port Cisco Router High-Speed WAN Interface card

HWIC-1T 1-Port Serial WAN Interface Card Cisco Router High-Speed WAN Interface card

HWIC-2T 2-Port Serial WAN Interface Card Cisco Router High-Speed WAN Interface card

VWIC3-1MFT-T1/E1 Cisco Voice/WAN Card VWIC3-1MFT-T1/E1

VWIC3-2MFT-T1/E1 Cisco Voice/WAN Card VWIC3-2MFT-T1/E1

VWIC3-1MFT-G703 Cisco Voice&WAN T1/E1 interface moudle VWIC3-1MFT-G703

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Models Description

VWIC3-2MFT-G703 Cisco Voice/WAN Card VWIC3-2MFT-G703

The Licenses

The Cisco 1941/K9 router supports IOS Technology Package Licenses.

Table 5 shows the models of these licenses.

Licenses Description

L-SL-19-DATA-K9 Cisco 1900 IOS License L-SL-19-DATA-K9= Data E-Delivery PAK for Cisco 1900

L-SL-19-SEC-K9 Security License for Cisco 1900

L-SL-19-APP-K9 AppX License with; DATA and WAAS for Cisco 1900 Series

Compare to Similar Routers

Table 6 shows the comparison between Cisco 1921 router and 1941 router.

Model CISCO1921/K9 CISCO1941/K9

Interface w/2 GE 2 GE

EHWIC slot 2 2

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ISM Slot 0 1

Memory 512 MB (installed) / 512 MB (max) 512 MB (installed) / 2 GB (max)

Flash Memory 256 MB (installed) / 256 MB (max) 256 MB (installed) / 8 GB (max)

Rack Unit 1U 2U

Specification

CISCO1941/K9 Specification

Main Specs

Manufacturer Cisco Systems, Inc

Manufacturer Part Number CISCO1941/K9

Product Type Router

Form Factor External - modular - 2U

Dimensions (WxDxH) 34.3 cm x 29.2 cm x 8.9 cm

Weight 5.8 kg

DRAM Memory 512 MB (installed) / 2 GB (max)

Flash Memory 256 MB (installed) / 8 GB (max)

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Routing Protocol OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, EIGRP, DVMRP, PIM-SM, IGMPv3,

GRE, PIM-SSM, static IPv4 routing, static IPv6 routing

Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet

Network / Transport Protocol IPSec

Remote Management Protocol SNMP, RMON

Features Cisco IOS IP Base, firewall protection, VPN support,

MPLS support, Syslog support, IPv6 support, Class-

Based Weighted Fair Queuing (CBWFQ), Weighted

Random Early Detection (WRED)

Compliant Standards IEEE 802.3ah, IEEE 802.1ah, IEEE 802.1ag

Power AC 120/230 V (50/60 Hz

Services and Slot Density

Embedded hardware-based crypto acceleration (IPSec Yes

+ SSL)

Total Onboard LAN 10/100/1000 2

RJ-45-Based Ports 2

SFP-Based Ports 0

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SM Slots 0

Double-Wide SM Slots 0

EHWIC Slots 2

Double-Wide EHWIC slots (use of a double-wide 1

EHWIC slot will consume two EHWIC slots)

ISM Slots 1 (0 on the Cisco 1941W)

Memory (DDR2 Error Correction Code [ECC] ECC 512 MB

DRAM) - Default

Memory (DDR2 ECC DRAM) - Maximum 2.0 GB

Compact Flash (external) - Default slot 0: 256 MB

slot 1: none

Compact Flash (external) - Maximum slot 0: 4 GB

slot 1: 4 GB

External USB flash memory slots (Type A) 2

USB Console Port (Type B) (up to 115.2 kbps) 1

Serial Console Port (up to 115.2 kbps) 1

Serial Auxiliary Port (up to 115.2 kbps 1

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Power Supply Options AC, POE

Redundant Power Supply Support No

Power Specifications

AC Input Voltage 100-240 V ~

AC Input Frequency 47-63 Hz

AC Input Current range AC Power Supply (Max) (Amps) 1.5-0.6

AC Input Surge Current <50 A

Typical Power (No Modules) 35 W

Maximum Power capacity with AC power supply 110 W

Maximum Power capacity with PoE power supply 110 W

(platform only)

Maximum PoE device power capacity with PoE power 80 W

supply

Physical Specifications

Dimensions (H x W x D) 3.5 in x 13.5 in x 11.5 in (34.3 cm x 29.2 cm x 8.9 cm)

Rack Height 2 RU

Rack-mount 19in. (48.3 cm) EIA Included

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Wall-mount (refer to installation guide for approved Yes

orientation)

Package Weight 23.1 lbs (10.48 Kg)

Weight-with AC power supply (no modules) 12 lbs(5.44 Kg)

Weight-with POE power supply (no modules) 12.8 lbs (5.8 Kg)

Maximum Weight-Fully Configured 14 lbs (6.35 Kg)

Airflow Front to Side

Environmental Specifications

Operating Condition

Temperature-5906 feet (1800 m) max. altitude 0-40C (32-104F)

Temperature-9843 feet (3000 m) max. altitude 0-25C (32-77F)

Altitude 3000 m (10000 ft)

Humidity 10 to 85% RH

Acoustic: Sound Pressure (Typ/Max) 26/46 dBA

Acoustic: Sound Power (Typ/Max) 36/55 dBA

Transportation/Storage Condition

Temperature -40 - 70 oC (-40 - 158 oF)

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Humidity 5 to 95%RH

Altitude 4570m (15000 ft)

Regulatory Compliance

Safety UL 60950-1

CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1

EN 60950-1

AS/NZS 60950-1

IEC 60950-1

EMC 47 CFR, Part 15

ICES-003 Class A

EN55022 Class A

CISPR22 Class A

AS/NZS 3548 Class A

VCCI V-3

CNS 13438

EN 300-386

EN 61000 (Immunity)

EN 55024, CISPR 24
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EN50082-1

Telecom TIA/EIA/IS-968

CS-03

ANSI T1.101

ITU-T G.823, G.824

IEEE 802.3

RTTE Directive

FAQ

Q: Which CISCO router is suitable as gateway router for medium size organization of about 80 client computers

connected to the internet?

A: Cisco1900 Series Router is OK.

Q: 1941/K9 that I would wish to make to support for VPN?

A: That depends, if you want to setup IPSec VPN, you would need SL-19-SEC-K9 or L-SL-19-SEC-K9 license; if you

want to use SSL VPN, you should buy a FL-SSLVPN**-K9, the number depends on your SSL users.

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Q: I am looking at the pictures of Cisco1941-k9, but on the back of the router, I don't see a Fiber input from my ISP

Provider and Fiber output for my switch. Well, this is what I am going to get from my ISP. They will provide me a

dedicated internet connection with a Fiber cable into my office. And it will be Internet only or data only. So, input in

router will be Fiber and output from router should also be Fiber to my switch.

A: Do not worry, HWIC-1GE-SFP GigE High Speed WIC with One SFP Slot and EHWIC-1GE-SFP-CU are designed for

your problem. They can add SFP ports to 1900 2900 & 3900 Series Routers.

Q: I bought a 1941W but I bought it with just IPBASE license and now in need of the securityk9 and SSL VPN for it. I

just want to confirm that what Im purchasing is for an IOS with payload encryption. Im just looking for SSL for

up to 10 users.

A: SL-19-SEC-K9 & FL-SSLVPN10-K9 are either needed.

Q: In site to site VPN, we know both end IP address, we assigned set peer cmd. If the interface is configured with

DHCP(ISP), we don't know the interface IP address. At this scenario, how to configure site to site VPN. In remote VPN,

how to configure remote VPN in cisco router. How to provide IP address dynamically to client host.

A: Don't know if it can be used with a single site-to-site VPN, but DMVPN can use NHRP to support non-hub with

dynamic tunnel IPs. The client is configured with a hub's IP, and it uses NHRP to register its public IP with the hub.

The hub then "knows" the remote IP. (NB: it also supports the remote IP being changed.)

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Q: What is the basic setup required to configure 3 ISPs on a router interface?

A: I would say that these are the basic steps for setting up 3 ISP on a single router. - decide which interface will be

for which ISP. - obtain IP addressing information from each ISP. - configure appropriate IP address and subnet mask

on each of the ISP interfaces. - configure address translation for each of the 3 ISP interfaces. - determine what

approach you will use for routing. Will it be static routes or some dynamic routing protocol, or some mix of these? -

implement the appropriate routing solution for each of the ISP.

Q: We are receiving low internet upload speed (6-8Mps) at our office location. The download speed is good (50Mbps).

A: Got in contact with the ISP Comcast and tried testing it bypassing our internal n/w i.e. connecting my laptop

directly to Cienna (Comcast GW) and both speeds were around 50Mbps. Testing the same through my router the

speed goes down. Just the Upload speed. Could there be a configuration in our router that causing this? FYI on the

internet interface the settings are 'Duplex full 'Speed auto

Clear the counters and change the speed and duplex to auto/auto.

Q: We are looking to put Cisco routers into some client sites. Was looking at 1841's but they are end of life now I

believed, can someone recommend an alternative / or it's replacement?

A: The 1941 is the successor to the 1841. However, new devices are faster, so you might be able to "downsize". For

example, an 1841 is rated at 75 Kpps while an 890 is rated at 100 Kpps. Conversely, many new WAN circuits provide

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much more bandwidth then we usually obtained via TDM. If using such, you might need the faster successor or even

a faster device.

In other words, you may want to re-examine your needs rather than just using a successor platform because it's the

successor platform.

Q: If I purchased a Cisco ISR G2 router on Cisco IOS Software Release 15.0(1) M before the limitation was imposed,

what should I do? And should I need to upgrade my Cisco IOS Software?

A: Assuming that you already have purchased the securityk9 package for encryption, you must purchase a HSEC-K9

license as a spare.

Q: Why do I need to purchase the SEC-K9 license as a spare?

A: If you purchase a Cisco ISR G2 chassis and later decide to turn on security features, you must buy a SEC-K9 license.

The administrator must download the license to the router and follow the license installation instructions that come

with the license to be able to use the security features on the router.

Q: On the Cisco ISR G2 routers with the SEC-K9 license, what tunnel count and performance throughput are available?

A: The SEC-K9 permanent licenses apply to the Cisco 1900, 2900, and 3900 ISR G2 platforms; these licenses limit all

encrypted tunnel counts to 225 tunnels maximum for IP Security (IPsec), Secure Sockets Layer VPN (SSL VPN), a

secure time-division multiplexing (TDM) gateway, and secure Cisco Unified Border Element (CUBE) and 1000 tunnels

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for Transport Layer Security (TLS) sessions. The SEC-K9 license limits encrypted throughput to less than or equal to

85-Mbps unidirectional traffic in or out of the ISR G2 router, with a bidirectional total of 170 Mbps. This requirement

applies for the Cisco 1900, 2900, and 3900 ISR G2 platforms.

Q: What countries are classified license-free zones?

A: Countries belonging to the EU license-free zone include Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Cypress,

Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia,

Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia,

Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, and the United States.

Source

http://www.router-switch.com/cisco1941-k9-p-148.html

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