WIC-1T/2T or WIC-1DSU-T1???

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Re: WIC-1T/2T or WIC-1DSU-T1???

by stinger2048 » Wed Feb 05, 2014 6:47 pm

Hi,
The WIC-1T has a DB60 connector on it.
The WIC-2T has a smart serial connector on it.
The WIC-1DSU-T1 has a RH-45 style connector on it.

You can have the WIC-1t and WIC-2T work together with a special back to back cable. It just has to be db60 to smart serial. Obviously you can have wic-2t to wic-2t with a smart serial to smart serial cable.

WIC-1DSU-T1 cards need a special cable that can only be used with each other. Watch out as there is a v1 and a v2 of this modules and they each do not work in all models. Rougly the v1 is up to a 2600XM. The V2 is for ISR routers like a 1841, 2801, etc.

Re: WIC-1T/2T or WIC-1DSU-T1???

by agagagugu » Sat Apr 30, 2011 8:14 am

Yes, u can connect I-T on one router to 2-T on another router.

Re:WIC-1T/2T or WIC-1DSU-T1???

by Guest » Thu Aug 05, 2010 5:19 am


Clear! Thanks a lot for your help!

Re:WIC-1T/2T or WIC-1DSU-T1???

by Guest » Thu Aug 05, 2010 4:10 am


Yes, it's just a matter of having cables with the right connectors. Also remember that for back to back connections, the cable must be DCE-DTE too.

Re:WIC-1T/2T or WIC-1DSU-T1???

by Guest » Thu Aug 05, 2010 3:38 am


I love answers which can lower my cost! By the way, is 1T and 2T compatible with each other? If I have a 1Tcard in one router, can I connect it to a 2T card on another router just by some special adapter cable and everything would be the same from the configuration point of view? Thanks!

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