Question about Cisco (1841) Router (cisco1841)
I have a new cisco 1841 router and i bought a HWIC 1T serial card and installed it into the router but the router would not recognise the card. according to the logs it say '..CFG-3-CARD_NOT_SUPPORTED'. i seached the cisco site and it says the card is compartible with a cisco 1841 so i'm not sure what else to do.
You can ID the cards by seeing if the card has "V2" on the metal plate. I believe an 1800 chasis requires a V2 card.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
The WIC-1T cards aren't necessarily compatible across the entire Cisco range. The card you have may be for a 2600 series (or other) but specifically won't work in your 1800 series router.
If you got a box or manual with it, they will have the router model range in it's product code.
I've seen/experienced this many times before. (usually sorting through old cards at work, where it's almost impossible to identify them)
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