The Cisco 3200 Series Rugged Rugged Integrated Services Routers (ISRs) are designed with a flexible, compact form factor. They are optimized for mobile and embedded networks that require IP routing. These routers provide access, mobility, and interoperability across multiple wireless technologies, including integrated 4.9 GHz, 802.11a/b/g, third-generation (3G) cellular, and satellite. Standards-based Mobile IP delivers transparent roaming for mobile applications. The Cisco 3200 Series Rugged ISRs use Cisco IOS Software to provide highly secure data, voice, and video communications to stationary and mobile network nodes across wired and wireless links.
The Cisco 3270 Rugged ISR is a high-performance, ruggedized router designed to support multiple applications running concurrently over wired or wireless networks. With onboard hardware encryption, the Cisco 3270 offloads encryption processing from the router to provide highly secure yet scalable video, voice, and data services for mobile and embedded outdoor networks.
The Cisco 3270 Rugged ISR offers a wide range of network interfaces, such as fiber, Gigabit Ethernet copper, 10/100 Fast Ethernet, and universal serial bus (USB). The Cisco 3270 can support two stacks of PC/104-Plus cards. With higher scalability, increased port densities, and greater network module expansion, the Cisco 3270 delivers investment protection for customers deploying bandwidth-intensive applications in mobile or embedded outdoor networks in public safety, transportation, defense, and energy markets.
Breadth of interface support
The Cisco 3270 provides greater choice and flexibility for connecting peripheral devices to the router. High-speed interfaces such as copper and fiber Gigabit Ethernet allow the Cisco 3270 to serve as an aggregation point for on-demand network connectivity in mobile or fixed deployments.
Fiber interface support
The extended-temperature-range Gigabit Ethernet Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) module offers support for mobile or outdoor networks.
Onboard hardware acceleration
The onboard hardware encryption module offloads packet encryption from the router CPU to increase router performance.
The router is orderable as a standalone router card for embedded applications or as a system in a Cisco rugged enclosure.
Industrial-grade componentsProduct Highlights
The router can withstand extended temperature ranges of -40º to +185ºF (-40º to +85ºC); temperature ranges for completed solutions depend on hardware configuration variables, including enclosures and third-party components.
- Cisco Unified CallManager Express (CUCME) support
- Backward compatibility with existing mobile interface cards