what type wic card needed for cisco 2800 router

Hi experts,
Could someone indicate what type card on a cisco 2800 series router I would nee if cirucit are deliveredas below
1) delivery of circuit using v.35
2) delivery of circuit using G.703
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It depends on what your ISP uses to terminate the premises equipment. Usually a WIC-1T (serial) will be what you are after but not all providers terminate on X21. If you can find out from the ISP what their termination is we can advise further...
WIC 1T------one port serial interface card  require serial cable
WIC 2T------2 port serial interface card.    require smart serial cable
rcollieAuthor Commented:
the two option are how the circuit could be delivered.
if v.35 I would need wic 1T but if delivered as G.703 what card is use.

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