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dial-in users

dear experts,

we need to expand our network to a remote user who lives in districts. we are looking at solution that allow remote user (about 9 users) to dial-in to our HQ office via dia-up (landline phone), and thus can access our resources such as cooporate mails, intranet, etc...

i was told that cisco box can be used to employ and answers to such solution; but not quite sure what are the specs and additional equipment need to be purchased along the box.

i would be very much appreciated if you could let us know what are the exact equipments that we need to purchase.

thanks very much in advance.

rgds,
sot
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sthay
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ssshibuCommented:
Hi,

I would go with CISCO AS5300 series universal Gateway . if u r remote dial in user base is frequently increasing i would recommend to use this product. You can terminate ISDN PRI on to that and configure remote dial in access.

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sthayAuthor Commented:
Thanks very much for your answer. Other than the CISCO box do I have to buy any other pieces of equipment such as modem and maybe more...

Hoping to hear back.

Sot
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ssshibuCommented:
Hi,

While making order you can include those thing along with u r application.. like

AS5350 - 01 nos

E1 port - 2nos (for terminating ISDN PRI)

Modem card- 2nos- 60 port(each modem card will have 30 port)

IOS- Cisco AS5300 series IOS IP plus

Power supply - redundant



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sthayAuthor Commented:
hello ssshibu,

thanks for the details you sent. the details really helped me preparing the order details. however there are some tecnical terms you used here such as NOS, is that of Network Operating System?

also, our phone company here does not have ISDN, we are sort of having old technology, the typical analog phone signal.

one last thing, why do we need 2nos x 70 ports if i have no more than 9 users that can simutaneously dial-in?

thanks once again for your clarification.

regards,
sot
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ssshibuCommented:


hello ssshibu,

thanks for the details you sent. the details really helped me preparing the order details. however there are some tecnical terms you used here such as NOS, is that of Network Operating System?

"NOS "  i meant was numbers  ie 2nos - 2 numbers


also, our phone company here does not have ISDN, we are sort of having old technology, the typical analog phone signal.

one last thing, why do we need 2nos x 70 ports if i have no more than 9 users that can simutaneously dial-in?

Here i just gave an example by mentioning Modem card 2nos -60 port..u can specify requirements


thanks once again for your clarification.

regards,
sot
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