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Cisco Power Supply for Aironet Access Points (AIR-PWR-C)

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£11.00
Description


Description

The AIR-PWR-C= 40-watt power supply allows a Cisco Aironet access point to be deployed using local power. It can also be used with the Cisco AIR-PWRINJ6= power injector for deploying the access point using power over Ethernet (PoE).

This donation provides a single power supply, part number AIR-PWR-C=, without any additional equipment.

Support

Cisco will provide five years of hardware and software service and support ("SMARTnet") for this product.

Obtaining Your Product

tt-exchange might request additional information to verify that your organization matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. When tt-exchange approves your request, you will receive a confirmation email from tt-exchange. Cisco will deliver your product within eight weeks.

Features
Requirements

Requirements

  • Cisco Aironet 1830 or 1850 Series access point
Rules, Eligibility & Restrictions

Restrictions

  • This programme is currently available only to eligible UK Registered Charities and Charitable Housing Associations.
  • Products will be distributed to eligible organisations only, not to individuals, and within the Cisco Guidelines.
  • An organisation must have an annual budget of less than £6 million.
  • Organisations which provide the following types of direct services MAY be eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

Cisco Aironet 1830 Series a/g/n/ac Access Point

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£93.00
Description


Description

The AIR-AP1832I-x-K9 is a Cisco Aironet 1830 Series wireless access point. The 1830 Series of Wi-Fi-certified 802.11ac access points provides enterprise-class performance and is designed for use indoors in offices or small warehouses.

This donation includes one standalone access point (AIR-AP1832I-x-K9) with built-in antennas and no additional equipment. The access point can function with a wireless LAN controller or with Mobility Express (not included).

Benefits for Organizations

If you have network administration experience or hire a consultant, you can use this product to

  • Grant wireless network access to staff and guests
  • Expand the size of a Cisco wireless network

Product Specifications

Each device meets the following specifications.

Wi-Fi standards: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Radios: dual 2.4 and 5 GHz
Maximum data rate per radio: 867 Mbps
MIMO radio design:Spatial streams: 3x3 with two spatial streams
Maximum concurrent clients: 400
Maximum ClientLink clients: n/a
TRANSMIT BEAMFORMING SUPPORT: no
CleanAir (spectrum intelligence) support: yes
OfficeExtend support: yes
Antennas: internal

More information about this product is available on the Cisco website.

Additional Equipment Required

You can request additional required equipment for this device through tt-exchange.

  • Cisco AIR-PWR-C= Power Supply or AIR-PWRINJ6= Power Injector for Aironet Access Points: Necessary for connecting to local power or enabling Power over Ethernet (PoE).

Support

Cisco will provide five years of hardware and software service and support ("SMARTnet") for this product.

Obtaining Your Product

tt-exchange might request additional information to verify that your organization matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. When tt-exchange approves your request, you will receive a confirmation email from tt-exchange. Cisco will deliver your product within eight weeks.

Features
Requirements

Requirements

  • AC input voltage/frequency:
    • 100 to 240 V
    • 50 to 60 Hz
  • Environmental constraints:
    • Operating temperature: 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
    • Storage temperature: -22 to 158°F (-30 to 70°C)
    • Operating/storage relative humidity: 10 to 90 percent (noncondensing)
    • Operating altitude: 0 to 10,000 feet (3,000 meters)
    • Storage altitude: 0 to 15,000 feet (4,600 meters)
Rules, Eligibility & Restrictions

Restrictions

  • This programme is currently available only to eligible UK Registered Charities and Charitable Housing Associations.
  • Products will be distributed to eligible organisations only, not to individuals, and within the Cisco Guidelines.
  • An organisation must have an annual budget of less than £6 million.
  • Organisations which provide the following types of direct services MAY be eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

Cisco Aironet 1830 Series a/g/n/ac Access Point with Mobility Express

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£93.00
Description


Description

The AIR-AP1832I-x-K9C is a Cisco Aironet 1830 Series wireless access point. The 1830 Series of Wi-Fi-certified 802.11ac access points provides enterprise-class performance and is designed for use indoors in offices or small warehouses.

This donation includes one standalone access point (AIR-AP1832I-x-K9C) with built-in antennas and no additional equipment. This access point includes Mobility Express software. It can function with a wireless LAN controller and as a controller when Mobility Express is enabled.

Benefits for Organizations

If you have network administration experience or hire a consultant, you can use this product to

  • Create or expand the size of a Cisco wireless network with or without a wireless LAN controller
  • Grant wireless network access to staff and guests

Product Specifications

Each device meets the following specifications.

Wi-Fi standards: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Radios: dual 2.4 and 5 GHz
Maximum data rate per radio: 867 Mbps
MIMO radio design:Spatial streams: 3x3 with two spatial streams
Maximum concurrent clients: 400
Maximum ClientLink clients: n/a
TRANSMIT BEAMFORMING SUPPORT: no
CleanAir (spectrum intelligence) support: yes
OfficeExtend support: yes
Antennas: internal

More information about this product is available on the Cisco website.

Additional Equipment Required

You can request additional required equipment for this device through tt-exchange.

  • Cisco AIR-PWR-C= Power Supply or AIR-PWRINJ6= Power Injector for Aironet Access Points: Necessary for connecting to local power or enabling Power over Ethernet (PoE).

Support

Cisco will provide five years of hardware and software service and support ("SMARTnet") for this product.

Obtaining Your Product

tt-exchange might request additional information to verify that your organization matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. When tt-exchange approves your request, you will receive a confirmation email from tt-exchange. Cisco will deliver your product within eight weeks.

Features
Requirements

Requirements

  • AC input voltage/frequency:
    • 100 to 240 V
    • 50 to 60 Hz
  • Environmental constraints:
    • Operating temperature: 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
    • Storage temperature: -22 to 158°F (-30 to 70°C)
    • Operating/storage relative humidity: 10 to 90 percent (noncondensing)
    • Operating altitude: 0 to 10,000 feet (3,000 meters)
    • Storage altitude: 0 to 15,000 feet (4,600 meters)
Rules, Eligibility & Restrictions

Restrictions

  • This programme is currently available only to eligible UK Registered Charities and Charitable Housing Associations.
  • Products will be distributed to eligible organisations only, not to individuals, and within the Cisco Guidelines.
  • An organisation must have an annual budget of less than £6 million.
  • Organisations which provide the following types of direct services MAY be eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

Cisco Programme Guidelines

Restrictions

Cisco

Cisco's goal is to empower communities through improved networking solutions and adoption of Internet-based technology solutions. Cisco believes that technology can enable nonprofits to improve their productivity, while also extending their reach and service delivery.

For further information about Cisco's Community and Philanthropy programmes, please see Cisco Community Investment. You may also want to visit our Cisco Useful Links section.


The Cisco Worldwide Programme brings Cisco’s best-in-class networking products and technology to qualifying non-profit organisations.

Cisco SFP Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Module (GLC-LH-SMD)

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£130.00
Description


Description

The Cisco SFP Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Module (GLC-LH-SMD) is a Cisco 1000BASE-LX/LH small form-factor pluggable (SFP) Gigabit Ethernet transceiver. This hot-swappable input/output device plugs into a Gigabit Ethernet port or slot and allows the port to be linked with the network via single-mode or multimode optical fibre.

This donation provides a single transceiver module, part number GLC-LH-SMD=, without any additional equipment.

Benefits for Organisations

If you have experience with fibre optic networks or hire a consultant, you can use this transceiver in combination with other networking equipment to implement a local area network (LAN) fibre optic backbone for your organisation. fibre optic cabling provides greater bandwidth than traditional copper cabling.

Major Capabilities

This model operates on standard single-mode fibre-optic link spans up to 10 km and spans up to 550 m on any multimode fibres. When used over multimode fibre, the transmitter should be coupled through a mode conditioning patch cable.

More information about this product is available on the Cisco website.

Support

Cisco will provide five years of hardware and software service and support ("SMARTnet") for this product.

Obtaining This Product

Technology Trust might request additional information to verify that your organisation matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. When your request has been approved, you will receive a confirmation email from Technology Trust. Your product will be delivered within eight weeks.

Features
Requirements

Requirements

  • Operating temperature range: -5 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)
  • Storage temperature range: -40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F)
Rules, Eligibility & Restrictions

Restrictions

  • This programme is currently available only to eligible UK Registered Charities and Charitable Housing Associations.
  • Products will be distributed to eligible organisations only, not to individuals, and within the Cisco Guidelines.
  • An organisation must have an annual budget of less than £6 million.
  • Organisations which provide the following types of direct services MAY be eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

Please note: Organisations whose scope of activities includes work in developing countries are encouraged to seek Cisco donations through this programme.

Affiliates of a national organisation (such as the YMCA and the British Red Cross) that has more than 20 locations (even if those affiliates are considered separate entities and are not funded by the national organisation) are not eligible for Cisco donations.

After the tt-exchange request process is complete, Technology Trust’s Cisco account management team might request additional information to verify that the organisation matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. Cisco reserves the right to deny any donation request at any time. Technology Trust will not process payments for denied requests and will return submitted checks to the requesting organisation.

Cisco requests may not include non-Cisco item requests. Any non-Cisco items must be requested separately so they are not subject to the Cisco processing delay.

A range of direct-service nonprofit organisations that primarily serve economically disadvantaged people are eligible to receive Cisco donations. Please make sure that your organisation's primary mission and services correspond to one of the following organisational types:

Heath-service support organisations offering any of these types of services:

  • Hospital auxiliaries
  • Health clinics
  • Rural medical facilities
  • Blood banks
  • Mental health care facilities

Organisations providing these types of housing services:

  • Low-income housing
  • Low- and moderate-income housing
  • Instruction and guidance on housing

Organisations that provide education, job training, and literacy support to underserved populations through any of the following programme types:

  • Apprentice training
  • Other instruction and training
  • Job counselling or assistance
  • Remedial educational services

Organisations that provide emergency or disaster aid:

  • Aid to people in the event of a disaster
  • Controlling the effects of a disaster
  • Educating or preparing individuals before disasters occur

The following types of organisations are not eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

  • Organisations that provide care and housing for the aged, even if they were previously eligible
  • Faith-based organisations. However, organisations whose primary mission is non religious might be able to register with an organisation type that is eligible for Cisco donations. Legislative and political advocacy groups, such as Planned Parenthood organisations
  • Youth services organisations other than those listed above for job training, and literacy support to underserved populations
  • Inner city or community organisations, except for community service organisations
  • Radio, television, media, publishing programs, or training
  • Foundations, lending, grant-making organisations, or organisations that provide funding or loans
  • Schools and scholarships: public schools or school systems; private schools; charter schools; school foundations; booster clubs or other fundraising organisations affiliated with particular schools; colleges; universities; scholarships or stipend programs of any kind
  • Charities that offer Cisco Networking Academy training programmes, even if they were previously accepted for Cisco grants and those who instruct Networking Academy curriculum as a single or separate component of their overall mission or services
  • Referral services
  • Animal care services and facilities
  • Scientific research activities
  • Sports activities and services
  • Day care centres
  • Legal aid, credit counselling, and civil rights activities
  • Museums
  • Art, cultural, and environmental education organisations
  • Libraries
  • Camps
  • Zoos
  • Rescue and emergency services, fire departments (including volunteer) and ambulance and helicopter service
  • Emergency or disaster aid funds
  • Hospitals and nursing homes
  • Outpatient services
  • Any organisation that advocates, supports, or practices discrimination based upon age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background

All Cisco products include five years of Cisco ‘SMARTnet’ service and support on both hardware and software. Three weeks after your donation has arrived in its entirety, your ‘SMARTnet’ contract number will be available on the Donation Request History page in your tt-exchange account. After that coverage expires, donation recipients are strongly encouraged to renew their ‘SMARTnet’ service and support agreement annually, for as long as they own the equipment or until that equipment is declared end of life (EOL) and no longer supported by Cisco.

Requests may be partially fulfilled: Due to the nature of the network design, product availability, and fiscal year schedules, all product donations are subject to change or delay without notice. Cisco reserves the right to substitute functionally equivalent products for any request.

Warranty information for Cisco products can be found at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/prod_warranties_listing.html.

Cisco products may not be transferred or resold.

Cisco SFP Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Module (GLC-SX-MMD)

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£65.00
Description


Description

The Cisco SFP Gigabit Ethernet Transceiver Module (GLC-SX-MMD) is a Cisco 1000BASE-SX small form-factor pluggable (SFP) Gigabit Ethernet transceiver. This hot-swappable input/output device plugs into a Gigabit Ethernet port or slot and allows the port to be linked with the network via multimode optical fibre.

This donation provides a single transceiver module, part number GLC-SX-MMD=, without any additional equipment.

Benefits for Organisations

If you have experience with fibre optic networks or hire a consultant, you can use this transceiver in combination with other networking equipment to implement a local area network (LAN) fibre optic backbone for your organisation. Fibre optic cabling provides greater bandwidth than traditional copper cabling.

Major Capabilities

This model operates on ordinary multimode fibre-optic (MMF) link spans of up to 550 meters in length and on 62.5-micrometer FDDI-grade multimode fibres up to 220 meters.

More information about this product is available on the Cisco website.

Support

Cisco will provide five years of hardware and software service and support ("SMARTnet") for this product.

Obtaining This Product

Technology Trust might request additional information to verify that your organisation matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. When your request has been approved, you will receive a confirmation email from Technology Trust's tt-exchange programme. Your product will be delivered within eight weeks.

Features
Requirements

Requirements

  • Operating temperature range: -5 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)
  • Storage temperature range: -40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F)
Rules, Eligibility & Restrictions

Restrictions

  • This programme is currently available only to eligible UK Registered Charities and Charitable Housing Associations.
  • Products will be distributed to eligible organisations only, not to individuals, and within the Cisco Guidelines.
  • An organisation must have an annual budget of less than £6 million.
  • Organisations which provide the following types of direct services MAY be eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

Please note: Organisations whose scope of activities includes work in developing countries are encouraged to seek Cisco donations through this programme.

Affiliates of a national organisation (such as the YMCA and the British Red Cross) that has more than 20 locations (even if those affiliates are considered separate entities and are not funded by the national organisation) are not eligible for Cisco donations.

After the tt-exchange request process is complete, Technology Trust’s Cisco account management team might request additional information to verify that the organisation matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. Cisco reserves the right to deny any donation request at any time. Technology Trust will not process payments for denied requests and will return submitted checks to the requesting organisation.

Cisco requests may not include non-Cisco item requests. Any non-Cisco items must be requested separately so they are not subject to the Cisco processing delay.

A range of direct-service nonprofit organisations that primarily serve economically disadvantaged people are eligible to receive Cisco donations. Please make sure that your organisation's primary mission and services correspond to one of the following organisational types:

Heath-service support organisations offering any of these types of services:

  • Hospital auxiliaries
  • Health clinics
  • Rural medical facilities
  • Blood banks
  • Mental health care facilities

Organisations providing these types of housing services:

  • Low-income housing
  • Low- and moderate-income housing
  • Instruction and guidance on housing

Organisations that provide education, job training, and literacy support to underserved populations through any of the following programme types:

  • Apprentice training
  • Other instruction and training
  • Job counselling or assistance
  • Remedial educational services

Organisations that provide emergency or disaster aid:

  • Aid to people in the event of a disaster
  • Controlling the effects of a disaster
  • Educating or preparing individuals before disasters occur

The following types of organisations are not eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

  • Organisations that provide care and housing for the aged, even if they were previously eligible
  • Faith-based organisations. However, organisations whose primary mission is non religious might be able to register with an organisation type that is eligible for Cisco donations. Legislative and political advocacy groups, such as Planned Parenthood organisations
  • Youth services organisations other than those listed above for job training, and literacy support to underserved populations
  • Inner city or community organisations, except for community service organisations
  • Radio, television, media, publishing programs, or training
  • Foundations, lending, grant-making organisations, or organisations that provide funding or loans
  • Schools and scholarships: public schools or school systems; private schools; charter schools; school foundations; booster clubs or other fundraising organisations affiliated with particular schools; colleges; universities; scholarships or stipend programs of any kind
  • Charities that offer Cisco Networking Academy training programmes, even if they were previously accepted for Cisco grants and those who instruct Networking Academy curriculum as a single or separate component of their overall mission or services
  • Referral services
  • Animal care services and facilities
  • Scientific research activities
  • Sports activities and services
  • Day care centres
  • Legal aid, credit counselling, and civil rights activities
  • Museums
  • Art, cultural, and environmental education organisations
  • Libraries
  • Camps
  • Zoos
  • Rescue and emergency services, fire departments (including volunteer) and ambulance and helicopter service
  • Emergency or disaster aid funds
  • Hospitals and nursing homes
  • Outpatient services
  • Any organisation that advocates, supports, or practices discrimination based upon age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background

All Cisco products include five years of Cisco ‘SMARTnet’ service and support on both hardware and software. Three weeks after your donation has arrived in its entirety, your ‘SMARTnet’ contract number will be available on the Donation Request History page in your tt-exchange account. After that coverage expires, donation recipients are strongly encouraged to renew their ‘SMARTnet’ service and support agreement annually, for as long as they own the equipment or until that equipment is declared end of life (EOL) and no longer supported by Cisco.

Requests may be partially fulfilled: Due to the nature of the network design, product availability, and fiscal year schedules, all product donations are subject to change or delay without notice. Cisco reserves the right to substitute functionally equivalent products for any request.

Warranty information for Cisco products can be found at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/prod_warranties_listing.html.

Cisco products may not be transferred or resold.

Cisco Rollover RJ-45 Serial Console Cable for Wireless LAN Products

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£2.00
Description


Description

The Cisco Rollover RJ-45 Serial Console Cable for Wireless LAN is a standard nine-pin female DB-9 to RJ-45 serial cable. It can be used between the RJ-45 serial console port on certain Cisco Aironet access points or wireless controllers and the COM port on a computer.

This connection is necessary for setting the access point's IP address when there is no Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server in the network. It is also needed when there is no wired connection between the access point and the LAN.

This donation provides a single cable (part number: AIR-CONCAB1200) without any additional equipment.

Obtaining This Product

Technology Trust programme might request additional information to verify that your organisation matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. When your request has been approved, you will receive a confirmation email from Technology Trust. Your product will be delivered within eight weeks.

Features
Requirements

Requirements

  • Computer with a DB-9 COM (serial) port
  • Cisco Aironet access point or wireless LAN controller with RJ-45 serial console port
Rules, Eligibility & Restrictions

Restrictions

  • This programme is currently available only to eligible UK Registered Charities and Charitable Housing Associations.
  • Products will be distributed to eligible organisations only, not to individuals, and within the Cisco Guidelines.
  • An organisation must have an annual budget of less than £6 million.
  • Organisations which provide the following types of direct services MAY be eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

Please note: Organisations whose scope of activities includes work in developing countries are encouraged to seek Cisco donations through this programme.

Affiliates of a national organisation (such as the YMCA and the British Red Cross) that has more than 20 locations (even if those affiliates are considered separate entities and are not funded by the national organisation) are not eligible for Cisco donations.

After the tt-exchange request process is complete, Technology Trust’s Cisco account management team might request additional information to verify that the organisation matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. Cisco reserves the right to deny any donation request at any time. Technology Trust will not process payments for denied requests and will return submitted checks to the requesting organisation.

Cisco requests may not include non-Cisco item requests. Any non-Cisco items must be requested separately so they are not subject to the Cisco processing delay.

A range of direct-service nonprofit organisations that primarily serve economically disadvantaged people are eligible to receive Cisco donations. Please make sure that your organisation's primary mission and services correspond to one of the following organisational types:

Heath-service support organisations offering any of these types of services:

  • Hospital auxiliaries
  • Health clinics
  • Rural medical facilities
  • Blood banks
  • Mental health care facilities

Organisations providing these types of housing services:

  • Low-income housing
  • Low- and moderate-income housing
  • Instruction and guidance on housing

Organisations that provide education, job training, and literacy support to underserved populations through any of the following programme types:

  • Apprentice training
  • Other instruction and training
  • Job counselling or assistance
  • Remedial educational services

Organisations that provide emergency or disaster aid:

  • Aid to people in the event of a disaster
  • Controlling the effects of a disaster
  • Educating or preparing individuals before disasters occur

The following types of organisations are not eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

  • Organisations that provide care and housing for the aged, even if they were previously eligible
  • Faith-based organisations. However, organisations whose primary mission is non religious might be able to register with an organisation type that is eligible for Cisco donations. Legislative and political advocacy groups, such as Planned Parenthood organisations
  • Youth services organisations other than those listed above for job training, and literacy support to underserved populations
  • Inner city or community organisations, except for community service organisations
  • Radio, television, media, publishing programs, or training
  • Foundations, lending, grant-making organisations, or organisations that provide funding or loans
  • Schools and scholarships: public schools or school systems; private schools; charter schools; school foundations; booster clubs or other fundraising organisations affiliated with particular schools; colleges; universities; scholarships or stipend programs of any kind
  • Charities that offer Cisco Networking Academy training programmes, even if they were previously accepted for Cisco grants and those who instruct Networking Academy curriculum as a single or separate component of their overall mission or services
  • Referral services
  • Animal care services and facilities
  • Scientific research activities
  • Sports activities and services
  • Day care centres
  • Legal aid, credit counselling, and civil rights activities
  • Museums
  • Art, cultural, and environmental education organisations
  • Libraries
  • Camps
  • Zoos
  • Rescue and emergency services, fire departments (including volunteer) and ambulance and helicopter service
  • Emergency or disaster aid funds
  • Hospitals and nursing homes
  • Outpatient services
  • Any organisation that advocates, supports, or practices discrimination based upon age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background

All Cisco products include five years of Cisco ‘SMARTnet’ service and support on both hardware and software. Three weeks after your donation has arrived in its entirety, your ‘SMARTnet’ contract number will be available on the Donation Request History page in your tt-exchange account. After that coverage expires, donation recipients are strongly encouraged to renew their ‘SMARTnet’ service and support agreement annually, for as long as they own the equipment or until that equipment is declared end of life (EOL) and no longer supported by Cisco.

Requests may be partially fulfilled: Due to the nature of the network design, product availability, and fiscal year schedules, all product donations are subject to change or delay without notice. Cisco reserves the right to substitute functionally equivalent products for any request.

Warranty information for Cisco products can be found at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/prod_warranties_listing.html.

Cisco products may not be transferred or resold.

Cisco RJ-45 Serial Console Cable for Routers and Switches

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£4.00
Description


Description

The Cisco RJ-45 Serial Console Cable for Routers and Switches is a standard nine-pin female DB-9 to RJ-45 serial cable. It can be used between the COM port on a computer and the RJ-45 console port on compatible Cisco networking products, including:

  • 520 Series routers
  • 800 Series routers
  • 1900 Series routers
  • 2960 Series switches

For more information, see the Cisco Cabling Guide for Console and AUX Ports.

Features
Requirements
Rules, Eligibility & Restrictions

Restrictions

  • This programme is currently available only to eligible UK Registered Charities and Charitable Housing Associations.
  • Products will be distributed to eligible organisations only, not to individuals, and within the Cisco Guidelines.
  • An organisation must have an annual budget of less than £6 million.
  • Organisations which provide the following types of direct services MAY be eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

Please note: Organisations whose scope of activities includes work in developing countries are encouraged to seek Cisco donations through this programme.

Affiliates of a national organisation (such as the YMCA and the British Red Cross) that has more than 20 locations (even if those affiliates are considered separate entities and are not funded by the national organisation) are not eligible for Cisco donations.

After the tt-exchange request process is complete, Technology Trust’s Cisco account management team might request additional information to verify that the organisation matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. Cisco reserves the right to deny any donation request at any time. Technology Trust will not process payments for denied requests and will return submitted checks to the requesting organisation.

Cisco requests may not include non-Cisco item requests. Any non-Cisco items must be requested separately so they are not subject to the Cisco processing delay.

A range of direct-service nonprofit organisations that primarily serve economically disadvantaged people are eligible to receive Cisco donations. Please make sure that your organisation's primary mission and services correspond to one of the following organisational types:

Heath-service support organisations offering any of these types of services:

  • Hospital auxiliaries
  • Health clinics
  • Rural medical facilities
  • Blood banks
  • Mental health care facilities

Organisations providing these types of housing services:

  • Low-income housing
  • Low- and moderate-income housing
  • Instruction and guidance on housing

Organisations that provide education, job training, and literacy support to underserved populations through any of the following programme types:

  • Apprentice training
  • Other instruction and training
  • Job counselling or assistance
  • Remedial educational services

Organisations that provide emergency or disaster aid:

  • Aid to people in the event of a disaster
  • Controlling the effects of a disaster
  • Educating or preparing individuals before disasters occur

The following types of organisations are not eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

  • Organisations that provide care and housing for the aged, even if they were previously eligible
  • Faith-based organisations. However, organisations whose primary mission is non religious might be able to register with an organisation type that is eligible for Cisco donations. Legislative and political advocacy groups, such as Planned Parenthood organisations
  • Youth services organisations other than those listed above for job training, and literacy support to underserved populations
  • Inner city or community organisations, except for community service organisations
  • Radio, television, media, publishing programs, or training
  • Foundations, lending, grant-making organisations, or organisations that provide funding or loans
  • Schools and scholarships: public schools or school systems; private schools; charter schools; school foundations; booster clubs or other fundraising organisations affiliated with particular schools; colleges; universities; scholarships or stipend programs of any kind
  • Charities that offer Cisco Networking Academy training programmes, even if they were previously accepted for Cisco grants and those who instruct Networking Academy curriculum as a single or separate component of their overall mission or services
  • Referral services
  • Animal care services and facilities
  • Scientific research activities
  • Sports activities and services
  • Day care centres
  • Legal aid, credit counselling, and civil rights activities
  • Museums
  • Art, cultural, and environmental education organisations
  • Libraries
  • Camps
  • Zoos
  • Rescue and emergency services, fire departments (including volunteer) and ambulance and helicopter service
  • Emergency or disaster aid funds
  • Hospitals and nursing homes
  • Outpatient services
  • Any organisation that advocates, supports, or practices discrimination based upon age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background

All Cisco products include five years of Cisco ‘SMARTnet’ service and support on both hardware and software. Three weeks after your donation has arrived in its entirety, your ‘SMARTnet’ contract number will be available on the Donation Request History page in your tt-exchange account. After that coverage expires, donation recipients are strongly encouraged to renew their ‘SMARTnet’ service and support agreement annually, for as long as they own the equipment or until that equipment is declared end of life (EOL) and no longer supported by Cisco.

Requests may be partially fulfilled: Due to the nature of the network design, product availability, and fiscal year schedules, all product donations are subject to change or delay without notice. Cisco reserves the right to substitute functionally equivalent products for any request.

Warranty information for Cisco products can be found at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/prod_warranties_listing.html.

Cisco products may not be transferred or resold.

Cisco ASA 5516-X Security Appliance with FirePOWER Services

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£777.00
Description


Description

The ASA5516-FPWR-K9 is a Cisco ASA 5500-X Series next-generation firewall. It provides advanced security and networking services, including virtual firewalls and high-availability services, for small and medium-sized organizations.

This donation includes

  • Cisco ASA 5516-X security appliance with FirePOWER Services (ASA5516-FPWR-K9) and AC power supply
  • Product documentation
  • Cables: power cord and USB console cable (type A to type B)
  • Installation hardware: Phillips screws for rack mounting

Benefits for Organizations

If you have advanced Cisco networking experience or access to a consultant, you can use the Cisco ASA 5516-X security appliance to

  • Proactively protect your organization against Internet threats
  • Allow employees to use their own mobile devices to securely access your network by enabling "bring your own device" (BYOD) policies
  • Reduce travel by supporting remote workers or branch connections with VPN connections
  • Enforce differentiated security policies based on the user, device, role, and application type
  • Reduce IT costs and management by using virtual firewalls to consolidate the functions of multiple security devices into a single appliance
  • Avoid downtime by enabling high-availability services

Product Specifications

Each device meets the following specifications.

Stateful inspection throughput (max):
1.8 Gbps
Concurrent sessions:
250,000
IPsec VPN peers:
300
Cisco Cloud Web Security users:
2,000
AnyConnect Plus or Apex VPN peers:
0; expandable to 300 with optional Apex licenses from TechSoup or Cisco
Virtual interfaces (VLANs):
100
High availability services:
active/active and active/standby
Security contexts (virtual firewalls):
2; expandable to 5 if licenses are purchased directly from Cisco
Memory:
8 GB
Integrated network ports:
8 Gigabit Ethernet ports
Expansion slot:
none

More information about this product is available on the Cisco website.

License Upgrades Available

You can request license upgrades for this device through TechSoup.

  • Cisco ASA 5516-X Threat Defense License Bundle, 5-Year Subscription: License and subscription providing three additional threat defense services for intrusion prevention, advanced malware protection, and URL filtering.
  • Cisco 5500 Series AnyConnect Apex 25-User SSL VPN 5-Year Subscription License: Software-based licenses for supporting 25 additional SSL VPN users. Multiple licenses can be applied to one security appliance to support additional users.

Additional Equipment Required for Certain Features

If hardware-based switch ports and Power over Ethernet (PoE) capabilities are required, you should consider requesting an external switch to use with this security appliance. Cisco offers several switches with PoE capabilities through TechSoup, such as the Cisco 2960-C Series switch.

The integrated bridging and routing feature included in the default configuration for this device with Cisco ASA software version 9.7(1.4) or later can provide an alternative to using an external switch. Learn more about this option.

Support

Cisco will provide five years of hardware and software service and support ("SMARTnet") for this product.

Obtaining Your Product

tt-exchange might request additional information to verify that your organization matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. When TechSoup approves your request, you will receive a confirmation email from TechSoup. Cisco will deliver your product within eight weeks. For details, see The Cisco Donation Program page.

Features
Requirements

Requirements

  • AC input voltage and frequency:
    • 90 to 240 V
    • 50 or 60 Hz
  • Environmental constraints:
    • Operating temperature: 32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
    • Storage temperature: -13 to 158°F (-25 to 70°C)
    • Operating/storage relative humidity: 10 to 90 percent noncondensing
    • Operating altitude: 0 to 10,000 feet (3,000 meters)
    • Storage altitude: 0 to 15,000 feet (4,600 meters)
Rules, Eligibility & Restrictions

Restrictions

  • This programme is currently available only to eligible UK Registered Charities and Charitable Housing Associations.
  • Products will be distributed to eligible organisations only, not to individuals, and within the Cisco Guidelines.
  • An organisation must have an annual budget of less than £6 million.
  • Organisations which provide the following types of direct services MAY be eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

Please note: Organisations whose scope of activities includes work in developing countries are encouraged to seek Cisco donations through this programme.

Affiliates of a national organisation (such as the YMCA and the British Red Cross) that has more than 20 locations (even if those affiliates are considered separate entities and are not funded by the national organisation) are not eligible for Cisco donations.

After the tt-exchange request process is complete, Technology Trust’s Cisco account management team might request additional information to verify that the organisation matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. Cisco reserves the right to deny any donation request at any time. Technology Trust will not process payments for denied requests and will return submitted checks to the requesting organisation.

Cisco requests may not include non-Cisco item requests. Any non-Cisco items must be requested separately so they are not subject to the Cisco processing delay.

A range of direct-service nonprofit organisations that primarily serve economically disadvantaged people are eligible to receive Cisco donations. Please make sure that your organisation's primary mission and services correspond to one of the following organisational types:

Heath-service support organisations offering any of these types of services:

  • Hospital auxiliaries
  • Health clinics
  • Rural medical facilities
  • Blood banks
  • Mental health care facilities

Organisations providing these types of housing services:

  • Low-income housing
  • Low- and moderate-income housing
  • Instruction and guidance on housing

Organisations that provide education, job training, and literacy support to underserved populations through any of the following programme types:

  • Apprentice training
  • Other instruction and training
  • Job counselling or assistance
  • Remedial educational services

Organisations that provide emergency or disaster aid:

  • Aid to people in the event of a disaster
  • Controlling the effects of a disaster
  • Educating or preparing individuals before disasters occur

The following types of organisations are not eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

  • Organisations that provide care and housing for the aged, even if they were previously eligible
  • Faith-based organisations. However, organisations whose primary mission is non religious might be able to register with an organisation type that is eligible for Cisco donations. Legislative and political advocacy groups, such as Planned Parenthood organisations
  • Youth services organisations other than those listed above for job training, and literacy support to underserved populations
  • Inner city or community organisations, except for community service organisations
  • Radio, television, media, publishing programs, or training
  • Foundations, lending, grant-making organisations, or organisations that provide funding or loans
  • Schools and scholarships: public schools or school systems; private schools; charter schools; school foundations; booster clubs or other fundraising organisations affiliated with particular schools; colleges; universities; scholarships or stipend programs of any kind
  • Charities that offer Cisco Networking Academy training programmes, even if they were previously accepted for Cisco grants and those who instruct Networking Academy curriculum as a single or separate component of their overall mission or services
  • Referral services
  • Animal care services and facilities
  • Scientific research activities
  • Sports activities and services
  • Day care centres
  • Legal aid, credit counselling, and civil rights activities
  • Museums
  • Art, cultural, and environmental education organisations
  • Libraries
  • Camps
  • Zoos
  • Rescue and emergency services, fire departments (including volunteer) and ambulance and helicopter service
  • Emergency or disaster aid funds
  • Hospitals and nursing homes
  • Outpatient services
  • Any organisation that advocates, supports, or practices discrimination based upon age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background

All Cisco products include five years of Cisco ‘SMARTnet’ service and support on both hardware and software. Three weeks after your donation has arrived in its entirety, your ‘SMARTnet’ contract number will be available on the Donation Request History page in your tt-exchange account. After that coverage expires, donation recipients are strongly encouraged to renew their ‘SMARTnet’ service and support agreement annually, for as long as they own the equipment or until that equipment is declared end of life (EOL) and no longer supported by Cisco.

Requests may be partially fulfilled: Due to the nature of the network design, product availability, and fiscal year schedules, all product donations are subject to change or delay without notice. Cisco reserves the right to substitute functionally equivalent products for any request.

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