Cisco Router Supporting VoIP

I am looking for a Cisco Router with inbuilt voice cards (supporting VoIP). Currently we are using 1700 serieses, 1751 to be specific. I am looking for a later model. Which ones would you recommend?
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What type of voip cards do you want?
Analogue interfaces, PRI/ISDN interfaces?
asansAuthor Commented:
PRI/ISDN interfaces
I think you will need a modular router. The 2800 series is the base model :-

Then you just need to decide what modules you want. Probably a voice compatible E1 or T1 card.

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Agree with my friend grblades. The 2800 series is ideal for supporting voice.
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