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Can a 1841 do wireless ?

Can a 1841 do wireless ?

Can a 1841 do wireless ?


I am bidding on what by the looks of it is 1841 router. The description says it's a 1841 wireless modem and shows a picture with the antenna sticking from the back. If there is a wireless module can you guess which one?
You can see the picture of the auction here.


RE: Can a 1841 do wireless ?


I just got 12 brand new Cisco 1841 routers and they ARE NOT wireless !!!!!!!!

I looked up 1841 at Cisco and did not see anything wireless ???


I think I would ask a question - might be a Cisco 1811??? Hard to tell from the picture!!


E.A. Broda
CCNA, CCDA, CCAI, Network +

RE: Can a 1841 do wireless ?

Hi guys,
The package arrived yesterday... I just didn't expect what to to receive because there was no time left to ask questions...lol.

Open it up and surprise.....it's a HWIC-3G-GSM with a SIM card included!!!!!

and on the other slot there is a HWIC-ADSL1 plus a 32MB flash card and they left the original config on it as well.

Now I am just staring at it...pondering what nice things to do with it...lol.

RE: Can a 1841 do wireless ?

How much did you pay for the router and the cards ?

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