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HWIC-3G-GSM for Cisco 1941 router

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I am replacing an old 1841 that has a HWIC-3G-GSM coax card in it picture of cisco 1841 w/ HWIC-3G-GSM
(you can see this in the picture)

I need to know what is the part number for the equivalent HWIC-3G card that goes into the new Cisco 1941 router.

does anyone know what that part number is?  (and could you please provide both a link and a picture so that I can be sure it is the coax version?)

The 1841 also has a T-1 WIC so if you could also include the part number for an equivalent T-1 WIC for the 1941, I would appreciate it.


thank you,
Jeff
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You should be able to use the same GSM card, as both routers are HWIC compatible.

T1's can be presented a few different ways, so I can't give you a model.  But again, any WIC or HWIC card used in an 1841 should work with a 1941 as well.
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unfragmented,
I will be using the 1841 as a cold spare in case the 1941 dies for some reason, so I wanted to duplicate the hardware config.

Thank  you,
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jgrammer42 earned 0 total points
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Found the answer myself.

The part numbers vary based upon the carrier.

EHWIC-3G-HSPA +7-A    :  GSM card for AT&T
3.7G HSPA+ Release 7 EHWIC w/ SMS/GPS (MC8705) (AT&T)

EHWIC-3G-EVDO-S : GSM card for Sprint
3G EHWIC Sprint EV-DO Rev A/0/1xRTT 800/1900MHz with SMS/GPS

EHWIC-3G-EVDO-V: GSM card for Verizon
3G EHWIC Verizon EV-DO Rev A/0/1xRTT 800/1900MHz w/ SMS/GPS
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Found the answer myself.
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