Cisco 890 Series ISR Info Update 2015

We knew that Most of Cisco 880 and 890 Series Models were End-of-Life and End-of-Sale. But there are still some popular models of Cisco 880 and 890 Series that are in use. Some of them were replaced by the other models that also belong to the Cisco 880 or 890 Series. For example, you can read this Cisco 890 Product Part Numbers Affected by EoL and EoS Announcement.

Cisco 890 Product Part Numbers Affected by EoL and Eos Announcement

In this article, we will share the main information/data sheet of Cisco 890 Series updated in 2015.

Cisco 890 Series ISRs come with an 8-port managed switch, providing LAN ports to connect multiple devices. An optional Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) capability can also supply power to IP phones and other devices. Eleven Cisco 890 Series models are available: the Cisco 892FSP.

Cisco 892FSP ISR, Front and Back

Cisco 892FSP ISR, Front and Back

Cisco 890 Router in a Typical Enterprise Small Branch-Office Deployment

Cisco 890 in a Typical Enterprise Small Branch-Office Deployment

How the 890 ISR Addresses Edge Networking Challenges? In the following table it describes some of the business needs enterprises have in branch offices and other edge networking locations and how the 890 ISR fulfills those requirements.

How the 890 ISR Addresses Edge Networking Challenges

Platform Support for 890 Series ISRs

In the table below it describes the interfaces, Wi-Fi options, and integrated capabilities supported by each of the Cisco 890 Series ISR models.

Model WAN Interfaces LAN Interfaces 802.11a/g/n Option Integrated USB 2.0/AUX/Console Integrated Dial Backup
Cisco 891

1-port GE

1-port FE

8-port 10-/100-Mbps managed switch
(4-ports PoE capable with 80W power supply adapter)
Yes Yes V.92 analog modem
Cisco 892 1-port GE

1-port FE

8-port 10-/100-Mbps managed switch (4‑ports PoE capable with 80W power supply adapter) Yes Yes ISDN BRI
Cisco 892F 1-port GE or 1‑port SFP

1-port FE

8-port 10-/100-Mbps managed switch (4‑ports PoE capable with 80W power supply adapter) Yes Yes ISDN BRI
Cisco 892FSP 1-port GE or 1‑port SFP

1-port GE

8-port 10-/100-/1000-Mbps managed switch No Yes No
Cisco 896VA 1-port GE or 1‑port SFP

VDSL/ADSL2+ Annex B

8-port 10-/100-/1000-Mbps managed switch (4‑ports PoE capable with 125W power supply adapter) No Yes ISDN
Cisco 897VA 1-port GE or 1‑port SFP

VDSL/ADSL2+ Annex A/M

8-port 10-/100-/1000-Mbps managed switch (4‑ports PoE capable with 125W power supply adapter) Yes

Cisco CleanAir®technology

Yes ISDN (only on Cisco 897VA-K9)
Cisco 897VAB 1-port GE or 1‑port SFP

VDSL/ADSL2+ Annex A with Bonding

8-port 10-/100-/1000-Mbps managed switch (4‑ports PoE capable with 125W power supply adapter) No Yes No
Cisco 898EA 1-port GE or 1‑port SFP

4 pair Ethernet in the first mile (EFM)

8-port 10-/100-/1000-Mbps managed switch (4‑ports PoE capable with 125W power supply adapter) No Yes No
Cisco 891F

1-port GE or 1‑port SFP

1-port FE

8-port 10-/100-/1000-Mbps managed switch (4‑ports PoE capable with 125W power supply adapter) Yes

Cisco CleanAir technology

Yes V.92 analog modem

ISDN BRI

Cisco 891-24X 2-port GE or 2‑port SFP 24-port 10-/100-/1000-Mbps managed switch (8-ports PoE capable with integrated power supply) No Yes No

What is the difference between C89x, CISCO89x, and CISCO892F? The CISCO892F added an additional Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) port on the router. This platform is based on the same platform as the standard CISCO890. The C890 Routers are a newer generation of the Cisco 890 Series ISRs, and they broaden the portfolio. These new C890 Routers also have a higher performance than the older CISCO890 Series Routers.

Differences Between CISCO890, 890F, and New 890 Routers

More information about the Cisco 890 Series, such as 890 Series IOS Software Features, WLAN Features, and System Specifications, Product Part Numbers and Software Images you can read the page Cisco 890 Series Integrated Services Routers-Data Sheet 2015

 

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