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Cisco SM-X-24FXS/4FXO= Single-Wide High Density Analog Voice Service Module with 24 FXS and 4 FXO
Manufacturer: Cisco
UPC: 889728056953
SKU: SM-X-24FXS/4FXO=
Condition: New
Cisco SM-X-24FXS/4FXO= Single-Wide High Density Analog Voice Service Module with 24 FXS and 4 FXO
Product TypeService Module
Brand NameCisco
ManufacturerCisco Systems, Inc
Product NameSingle-Wide High Density Analog Voice Service Module with 24 FXS and 4 FXO
Manufacturer Part NumberSM-X-24FXS/4FXO=
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.cisco.com
Twisted Pair Cable StandardCategory 3Category 5
Media Type SupportedTwisted Pair
Height1.6"
Width7.4"
Depth7.6"
Weight (Approximate)2.12 lb
CompatibilityCisco 4000 Series ISRs
Application/UsageVoice
Interfaces/Ports Details24 x RJ-21 FXS4 x RJ-11 FXO
The Cisco® High-Density Analog Voice and Fax Service Modules provide enterprises, managed services providers, and service providers the ability to directly connect public-switched telephone networks (PSTNs) and existing telephony equipment to Cisco 4000 Series Integrated Services Routers (ISRs). These fixed-port (FXS and FXO) modules provide Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) detection, voice compression and decompression, call progress tone generation, Voice Activity Detection (VAD), echo cancellation, and adaptive jitter buffering.Product details The FXO port is used to connect to PBX or key systems, or to provide off-premises connections to the PSTN. It supports battery reversal detection and caller ID. The FXO port is also used to connect to analog Centralized Automatic Message Accounting (CAMA) trunks to provide dedicated E-911 service (in North America only). The FXS port is used to connect analog phones, modems, fax machines, and speaker phones to an enterprise IP voice system, so you can use them as extensions to your Cisco or third-party IP call-control system. Having these devices tightly integrated with the IP-based phone system is advantageous for increased manageability, scalability, and cost-effectiveness. The Direct Inward Dialing (DID) port is used to provide off-premises DID connection from the central office. It serves only incoming calls from the PSTN. Caller ID is not supported in DID mode.