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Cisco ASR 1000 Series Embedded Services Processors Data Sheet

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Product Overview

The Cisco® ASR 1000 Series Embedded Services Processors (ESPs) handle all the network data-plane traffic-processing tasks of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers. These ESPs allow the activation of concurrent enhanced network services, such as cryptography, firewall, Network Address Translation (NAT), quality of service (QoS), NetFlow, and many others while maintaining line speeds. Figure 1 shows the Cisco ASR 1000 Series ESP 100 and ESP 200.

Cisco ASR 1000 Series Routers are placed at the WAN edge of your enterprise data center or large office, as well as in service provider points of presence (POPs). The routers rely on the power of the ESPs to aggregate multiple traffic flows and network services, including encryption and traffic management, and forward them across WAN connections at line speeds. With router options that run from 2.5 to 200 Gbps, the Cisco ASR Family contains many models and licensing options to meet the speed and budget requirements of different types of organizations and various-sized locations.

The Cisco ASR 1000 ESP components of these routers accelerate service delivery using parallel processing. The ESPs are based on the Cisco QuantumFlow Processor (QFP) for next-generation forwarding and queuing in silicon. They operate at 2.5-, 5-, 10-, 10-N-, 20-, 40-, 100-, and 200-Gbps data-plane forwarding throughput rates. Together, the Cisco ASR 1001-X and ASR 1002-X Routers and 100- and 200-Gbps ESPs introduce the second generation of the Cisco QFP hardware and software architecture. With QFP-based ESPs at their core, ASR 1000 Routers accomplish the following:

Handle all baseline packet routing operations, including MAC address classification, Layer 2 and Layer 3 forwarding, QoS classification, and NetFlow packet accounting

Perform advanced services such as IP Security (IPsec) encryption, Network Address Translation (NAT), firewall, AppNav, Cisco Application Visibility and Control (AVC), Performance Routing (PfR), and Locator ID Separation Protocol (LISP); they offer diverse feature Layer 2 connectivity options such as Ethernet over MPLS (EoMPLS), Virtual Private LAN Services (VPLS), Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV), and Virtual Extensible LAN Services (VXLAN)

Platform Overview

The following embedded services processors are supported on the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Routers:

Cisco ASR 1000 Series 5-Gbps Embedded Services Processor

Cisco ASR 1000 Series 10-Gbps Embedded Services Processor

Cisco ASR 1000 Series 10-Gbps Embedded Services Processor Non Crypto

Cisco ASR 1000 Series 20-Gbps Embedded Services Processor

Cisco ASR 1000 Series 40-Gbps Embedded Services Processor

Cisco ASR 1000 Series 100-Gbps Embedded Services Processor

Cisco ASR 1000 Series 200-Gbps Embedded Services Processor

Figure 1. Cisco ASR 1000 Series ESP 100 and ESP 200

Features and Benefits

The main engine of the ESP is the Cisco QFP, the industry’s first programmable and application-aware network processor. The Cisco QFP forms the overall hardware and software architecture of the ESP. It consolidates up to 256 customized packet-processor cores (900 MHz to 1.5 GHz) into a single processor. The parallel processing capability eliminates the need for additional service blades inside the router, because all processing is performed on the QFP. As a result, the ESPs enable the ASR 1000s to support the following functions and features with high performance:

Forwarding, traffic management, and services

Large-scale parallel processing with centralized shared memory to achieve low-latency packet processing

High-performance deep-packet inspection (DPI) with full visibility into the entire Layer 2 frame, including payload

Rapid feature development with ANSI-C software development framework

Up to 200-Gbps system throughput and up to 130 millions of packets per second (mpps) to address WAN aggregation needs

Hardware-assisted cryptographic performance to yield up to 78 Gbps of throughput to enable secure WAN access and compliance

Line-speed zone-based firewall that provides up to 200 Gbps of throughput and 6-mpps firewall sessions

DPI, Cisco IOS® Software Zone-Based Firewall distributed denial of service (DDoS) detection and prevention, and control-plane protection

Cisco Session Border Control (SBC) for terminating and interconnecting media terminations with full accounting and flow control

Cisco Multicast Visual Quality Experience (VQE) and video Call Admission Control (CAC) for enhanced user experiences

Hardware-accelerated traffic classification and traffic shaping with support for up to 464,000 queues

Flexible traffic prioritization and efficient WAN bandwidth use with minimum, maximum, and excess bandwidth allocation with priority propagation

Use Cases

The ESPs address the following applications and use cases:

Service provider broadband: The Cisco ASR 1000 Series Router serves as a broadband aggregation router that terminates up to 64,000 subscriber sessions. It supports features such as SBC for voice over IP (VoIP) and video services (including Cisco TelePresence® communications systems) and hardware-assisted per-user firewall for security.

Service provider-managed customer premises equipment (CPE): The Cisco ASR 1000 Router serves as a WAN aggregation router with high-density Gigabit Ethernet or WAN link aggregation and 10 Gigabit Ethernet uplink capabilities. Key benefits are Layer 2 and Layer 3 VPN functions and line-rate IP Multicast support for triple-play (data, voice, and video) deployments.

Multimedia provider edge (PE): The Cisco ASR 1000 Series Router interfaces with enterprise and service provider-provisioned voice and multimedia services directly at the edge. You do not need an overlay network, network appliances, or service blades, lowering operating expenses (OpEx) and offering flexible deployment models. This router supports protected signaling for both voice and video services and facilitates 32,000 voice calls concurrent with up to 200 Gbps of data traffic with accounting, firewall, and call-quality features enabled.

Enterprise WAN aggregation: At the WAN aggregation headend, the Cisco ASR 1000 Router facilitates a branch-office architecture that offers excellent investment protection with services and scale. Solution benefits consist of a multigigabit encryption rate (up to 78-Gbps IPsec cryptography throughput) and optimization of the WAN to route around brownouts in the service provider network to guarantee mission-critical applications.

Enterprise Internet gateway: As an Internet gateway, the ASR 1000 delivers multigigabit Cisco IOS Firewall capability without the need for service blades. All firewall processing occurs in silicon 2.5-, 5-, 10-, 20-, 40-, 100-, or 200-Gbps speeds. In addition, the router provides high-speed logging through Sampled NetFlow Version 9 and ongoing forwarding with baseline and firewall features enabled.

Enterprise Intelligent WAN (IWAN): The scalable Cisco ASR 1000 Router smoothly enables the intelligent WAN architecture that allows enterprises to reduce expensive WAN costs by adopting business-class Internet as a transport while maintaining privacy, confidentiality with crypto, and regulatory compliance with a zone-based firewall.

Enterprise Data Center Interconnect (DCI): The scalable Cisco ASR 1000 Router securely enables the interconnection of data centers to the cloud to consume services and migrate work loads to provide disaster recovery and normal data center management operations.

Platform Support and Compatibility

To benefit from feature-rich services of Cisco ASR 1000 Routers, Cisco IOS XE Software Release 2.4 or later is required. For the newly added Cisco ASR 1001-X Router, Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.12 or later is required. For ESP data-plane throughput compatibilities by ASR platform, refer to Tables 1 through 9.

Table 1. Cisco ASR 1000 Series Integrated ESP in Cisco ASR 1001 Chassis Compatible Hardware

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1001 Router Chassis (ESP integrated; upgradable from 2.5-Gbps to 5-Gbps via software activated license)

ASR1001

Cisco ASR 1001 Router Chassis (ESP integrated; upgradable from 2.5-Gbps to 5-Gbps via software activated license to 5-Gbps) with integrated daughter card with two OC3 POS ports

ASR1001-2XOC3POS

Cisco ASR 1001 Router Chassis (ESP integrated; upgradable from 2.5-Gbps to 5-Gbps via software activated license to 5-Gbps) with integrated daughter card with four T3 ports

ASR1001-4XT3

Cisco ASR 1001 Router Chassis (ESP integrated; upgradable from 2.5-Gbps to 5-Gbps via software activated license to 5-Gbps) with integrated daughter card with four 1GE ports

ASR1001-4X1GE

Cisco ASR 1001 Router Chassis (ESP integrated; upgradable from 2.5-Gbps to 5-Gbps via software activated license to 5-Gbps) with integrated daughter card with 160GB Hard Disk Drive

ASR1001-HDD

Cisco ASR 1001 Router Chassis (ESP integrated; upgradable from 2.5-Gbps to 5-Gbps via software activated license to 5-Gbps) with integrated daughter card with eight channelized T1E1 ports

ASR1001-8XCHT1E1

Table 2. Cisco ASR 1000 Series Integrated ESP in Cisco ASR 1001-X Chassis Compatible Hardware

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1001-X Router Chassis (ESP integrated; upgradable from 2.5-Gbps to 20-Gbps via software activated license)

ASR1001-X

Table 3. Cisco ASR 1000 Series Integrated ESP in Cisco ASR 1002-X Chassis Compatible Hardware

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1002-X Router Chassis (ESP integrated; upgradable from 5-Gbps to 36-Gbps via software activated license)

ASR1002-X

Table 4. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 5-Gbps ESP (ASR1000-ESP5) Compatible Hardware

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1002 Router Chassis

ASR1002

Table 5. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 10- and 10-N-Gbps ESP (ASR1000-ESP10 and ASR1000-ESP10-N, respectively) Compatible Hardware

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1002 Router Chassis

ASR1002

Cisco ASR 1004 Router Chassis

ASR1004

Cisco ASR 1006 Router Chassis*

ASR1006

Cisco ASR 1000 Route Processor 1, 4GB DRAM

ASR1000-RP1

Cisco ASR 1000 Route Processor 2, 8GB DRAM

ASR1000-RP2

Cisco ASR 1000 SPA Interface Processor 10

ASR1000-SIP10

* Supports 1 + 1 redundancy when configured with two 10-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP modules.

Table 6. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 20-Gbps ESP (ASR1000-ESP20) Compatible Hardware

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1004 Router Chassis

ASR1004

Cisco ASR 1006 Router Chassis*

ASR1006

Cisco ASR 1000 Route Processor 1, 4GB DRAM

ASR1000-RP1

Cisco ASR 1000 Route Processor 2, 8GB DRAM

ASR1000-RP2

Cisco ASR 1000 SPA Interface Processor 10

ASR1000-SIP10

* Supports 1 + 1 redundancy when configured with two 20-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP modules.

Table 7. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 40-Gbps ESP (ASR1000-ESP40) Compatible Hardware

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1004 Router Chassis*

ASR1004

Cisco ASR 1006 Router Chassis*

ASR1006

Cisco ASR 1013 Router Chassis*

ASR1013

Cisco ASR 1000 Route Processor 2, 8GB DRAM

ASR1000-RP2

Cisco ASR 1000 SPA Interface Processor 10

ASR1000-SIP10

Cisco ASR 1000 SPA Interface Processor 40

ASR1000-SIP40

Cisco ASR 1000 Fixed Ethernet Line Card, 6x10GE

ASR1000-6TGE

Cisco ASR 1000 Fixed Ethernet Line Card, 2x10GE + 20x1GE

ASR1000-2T + 20X1GE

* Supports 1 + 1 redundancy when configured with two 40-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP modules.

Table 8. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 100-Gbps ESP (ASR1000-ESP100) Compatible Hardware

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1006 Router Chassis*

ASR1006

Cisco ASR 1013 Router Chassis*

ASR1013

Cisco ASR 1000 Route Processor 2, 8GB DRAM

ASR1000-RP2

Cisco ASR 1000 SPA Interface Processor 10

ASR1000-SIP10

Cisco ASR 1000 SPA Interface Processor 40

ASR1000-SIP40

Cisco ASR 1000 Fixed Ethernet Line Card, 6x10GE

ASR1000-6TGE

Cisco ASR 1000 Fixed Ethernet Line Card, 2x10GE + 20x1GE

ASR1000-2T+20X1GE

Cisco ASR1000 1600w AC Power Supply

ASR1013/06-PWR-AC

Cisco ASR1000 1600w DC Power Supply

ASR1013/06-PWR-DC

* Supports 1 + 1 redundancy when configured with two 100-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP modules.

Table 9. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 200-Gbps ESP (ASR1000-ESP200) Compatible Hardware

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1013 Router Chassis*

ASR1013

Cisco ASR 1000 Route Processor 2, 8GB DRAM

ASR1000-RP2

Cisco ASR 1000 SPA Interface Processor 40

ASR1000-SIP40

Cisco ASR 1000 Fixed Ethernet Line Card, 2x10GE + 20x1GE

ASR1000-2T+20X1GE

Cisco ASR1000 1600w AC Power Supply

ASR1013/06-PWR-AC

Cisco ASR1000 1600w DC Power Supply

ASR1013/06-PWR-DC

* Supports 1 + 1 redundancy when configured with two 200-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP modules.

Product Specifications

Tables 10 and 11 list specifications of the integrated ESP modules in the Cisco ASR 1001 and ASR 1002-F chassis, respectively. Table 12 lists the specifications of the Cisco ASR 1000 Series 5-, 10-, 10-N-, 20-, 40-, and 100-Gbps ESP modules, and Table 13 lists the specifications of the integrated ESP modules in the Cisco ASR 1002-X.

Table 10. Specifications of Integrated ESP Module in Cisco ASR 1001 Chassis

Feature

Specification

Product compatibility

The ESP module is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1001 chassis.

Software compatibility

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.2.S or later is required (minimum software release for the integrated ESP module in the Cisco ASR 1001 chassis).

Protocols

Refer to Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.2S (or later) protocol support.

Connectivity

Refer to Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor (SIP) data sheet for shared-port-adapter (SPA) support. The SIP is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1001 chassis

Memory

256-MB Cisco QFP Resource Memory, 5-Mb ternary content addressable memory (TCAM), and 64-MB packet buffet memory; the integrated ESP shares the same control memory on the route processor

Reliability and availability

Software redundancy support: Yes

Hardware redundancy support: No

Support for online insertion and removal (OIR)

Support for Nonstop Forwarding (NSF) and Stateful Switchover (SSO)

MIBs

RFC 2737 compliant

Network management

Network management through Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor:

Telnet (command-line interface [CLI])
Console port (through the CLI)
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) (RFC 2665)

Status LED descriptions

No

LED Label

LED

Color-State

Behavior Description

-

PWR

Power

Solid green

All power rails are within specifications

Off

Off, the route is in standby mode

-

STAT

System status

Solid green

Cisco IOS Software has successfully booted

-

-

-

Yellow

BOOT ROMmon has successfully loaded

Red

System failure; on power up, turned off by software

-

ACTV

Activity

Green

Lit when this is the active route processor

-

STBY

Standby

Yellow

Lit when this is the standby route processor

Physical dimensions
(H x W x D)

Not applicable: The ESP module is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1001 chassis.

Power

Not applicable: The ESP module is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1001 chassis.

Approvals and compliance

Same as for Cisco ASR 1001 chassis because the ESP module is integrated in the chassis

Environmental

Same as for Cisco ASR 1001 chassis because the ESP module is integrated in the chassis

Table 11. Specifications of Integrated ESP Module in Cisco ASR 1001-X Chassis

Feature

Specification

Product compatibility

The ESP module is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1001-X chassis.

Software compatibility

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.12.0S or later

Protocols

Refer to Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.12.0S (or later) protocol support.

Connectivity

Refer to Cisco ASR 1000 Series SIP data sheet for SPA support. The SIP is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1001-X chassis.

Memory

4-GB shared Cisco QFP Resource Memory, 10-Mb TCAM; the integrated ESP shares the same control memory on the route processor

Reliability and availability

Software redundancy support: Yes

Hardware redundancy support: No

Support for OIR

Support for NSF and SSO

MIBs

RFC 2737 compliant

Network management

Network management through Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor:

Telnet (CLI)
Console port (through the CLI)
SNMP (RFC 2665)

Status LED descriptions

LED Label

LED

Color-State

Behavior Description

PWR

Power

Solid green

All power rails are within specifications

Off

Off, the route is in standby mode

STAT

System status

Solid green

Cisco IOS Software has successfully booted

Yellow

BOOT ROMmon has successfully loaded

Red

System failure; on power up, turned off by software

Physical dimensions
(H x W x D)

Not applicable: The ESP module is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1001-X chassis.

Power

Not applicable: The ESP module is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1001-X chassis.

Approvals and compliance

Same as for other ESP modules

Environmental

Same as for other ESP modules

Table 12. Specifications of Cisco ASR 1000 Series 5-, 10-, 10-N-, 20-, 40-, 100-, and 200-Gbps ESP Modules

Feature

Specification

Product compatibility

For 2.5- and 5-Gbps integrated Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1001 Router chassis only

For 5-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1002 Router chassis only

For 10-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1002, ASR 1004, and ASR 1006 Router chassis

For 10-N-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1002, ASR 1004, and ASR 1006 Router chassis

For 20-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1004 and ASR 1006 Router chassis

For 40-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1004, ASR 1006, and ASR 1013 Router chassis

For 100-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1006 and ASR 1013 Router chassis; requires the Cisco ASR 1000 1600W AC or DC Power Supply (ASR1013/06-PWR-AC or ASR1013/06-PWR-DC, respectively)

For 200-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1013 Router chassis only

Software compatibility

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 2.1 (minimum software release for 5- and 10-Gbps ESPs)

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 2.2 or later (minimum software release for 20-Gbps ESP)

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.1.0S or later (minimum software release for 40-Mbps ESP)

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.2.0S or later (minimum) software release for 40-Gbps ESP support on
Cisco ASR 1004

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.2.0S or later (minimum software release for 2.5- and 5-Gbps integrated ESP support on Cisco ASR 1001)

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.7.1S or later (minimum) software release for 100-Gbps ESP support

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.10.0S or later (minimum) software release for 200-Gbps ESP support

Protocols

Refer to Cisco IOS XE Software Releases 2.1, 2.2, 3.1.0S, and 3.1.0S (or later) protocol support

Connectivity

Refer to Cisco ASR 1000 Series SIP data sheet for SPA support

Memory

For 2.5- and 5-Gbps integrated ESP in Cisco ASR 1001: 256-MB Cisco QFP, 1-GB DRAM,
5-Mb TCAM, and 64-MB packet buffer memory

For 5-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 256-MB Cisco QFP, 1-GB DRAM, 5-Mb TCAM,
and 64-MB packet buffer memory

For 10-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 512-MB Cisco QFP, 2-GB DRAM, 10-Mb TCAM, and 128‑MB packet buffer memory

For 10-N-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 512-MB Cisco QFP, 2-GB DRAM, 10-Mb TCAM, and 128‑MB packet buffer memory

For 20-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 1-GB Cisco QFP, 4-GB DRAM, 40-Mb TCAM, and
256-MB packet buffer memory

For 40-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 1-GB Cisco QFP, 8-GB DRAM, 40-Mb TCAM, and
256-MB packet buffer memory

For 100-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 4-GB Cisco QFP, 16-GB DRAM, 80-Mb TCAM, and
1-GB packet buffer memory

For 200-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 8-GB Cisco QFP, 32-GB DRAM, 160-Mb TCAM, and
2-GB packet buffer memory

Reliability and availability

For 10- 10-N-, 20-, 40-, 100-, and 200-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESPs: High-availability 1 + 1 redundancy in dual ESP configuration in combination with Cisco ASR 1006 or ASR 1013 Router chassis

Support for OIR

Support for NSF and SSO

Support for In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU) with Cisco ASR 1006 and ASR 1013 in combination with dual route processors and dual ESPs

MIBs

RFC 2737 compliant

Network management

Network management through Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor:

Telnet (CLI)
Console port (through the CLI)
SNMP (RFC 2665)

Status LED descriptions

No

LED Label

LED

Color-State

Behavior Description

-

PWR

Power

Solid green

All power rails are within specifications

Off

Off, the route is in standby mode

-

STAT

System status

Solid green

Cisco IOS Software has successfully booted

-

-

-

Yellow

BOOT ROMmon has successfully loaded

-

-

-

Red

System failure; on power up, turned off by software

-

ACTV

Activity

Green

Lit when this is the active route processor

-

STBY

Standby

Yellow

Lit when this is the standby route processor

Physical dimensions
(H x W x D)

0.92 x 16.7 x 14.19 in. (0.02 x 0.428 x 0.36m)

Power

For 5-, 10-, and 10-N-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESPs: 188W maximum (typical: 140W)

For 20-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 230W maximum (typical: 150W)

For 40-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 267W maximum (typical: 227W)

For 100-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 450W maximum (typical: 390W)

For 200-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: 938W maximum (typical: 785W)

Approvals and compliance

Safety

UL60950 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950. Information technology equipment
AS/NZS 60950
IEC/EN 60950 Information technology equipment
73/23/EEC

Electromagnetic Emissions Certification

AS/NZ 3548: 1995 (including AMD I + II) Class A
EN55022: 1998 Class A
CISPR 22: 1997
EN55022: 1994 (including AMD I + II)
47 CFR Part 15: 2000 (FCC) Class A
VCCI V-3/01.4 Class A
CNS-13438: 1997 Class A
GR1089: 1997 (including Rev. 1: 1999)

Immunity

EN300386: 2000-TNE EMC requirements; product family standard; high priority of service; central office and
non-central office locations
EN50082-1: 1992/1997
EN50082-2: 1995-Generic Immunity Standard, Heavy Industrial
CISPR24: 1997
EN55024: 1998-Generic ITE immunity standard
EN61000-4-2: 1995 + AMD I + II ESD, Level 4/8 kV contact, 15 kV air
IEC-1000-4-3: 1995 + AMD 1-Radiated Immunity, 10 V/m
IEC-1000-4-4: 1995-Electrical Fast Transients, Level 4/4 kV/B
IEC-1000-4-5: 1995 + AMD 1-DC Surge-Class 3; AC Surge-Class 4
EN61000-4-6: 1996 + AMD 1-RF conducted immunity, 10V rms
EN61000-4-11: 1995-Voltage Dips and Sags
ETS300 132-2: 1996 + corrigendum, December 1996
GR1089:1997 (including Rev1: 1999)

Network Equipment Building Standards

The module meets the following Networking Equipment Building Standards (NEBS):

GR-1089-CORE
GR-63-CORE
European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI)
ETSI 300 386-1 - Levels for equipment with a "high priority of service" that is installed in "locations other than telecommunication centers"
ETSI 300 386-2:1997 - Levels for equipment with a "high priority of service" that is installed in "locations other than telecommunication centers"
ETSI 300 132-2: December 1994 - Power supply interfaces at the input to telecommunications equipment Sections 4.8 and 4.9

Environmental

Storage temperature: –38 to 150°F (–40 to 70°C)

Operating temperature, nominal: 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C)

Operating temperature, short-term: 23 to 131°F (–5 to 55°C)

Storage relative humidity (RH): 5 to 95% RH

Operating humidity, nominal: 5 to 85% RH

Operating humidity, short-term: 5 to 90% RH

Operating altitude: –60 to 4000m (up to 2000m conforms to IEC/EN/UL/CSA 60950 requirements)

Table 13. Specifications of Integrated ESP Module in Cisco ASR 1002-X Chassis

Feature

Specification

Product compatibility

The ESP module is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1002-X chassis.

Software compatibility

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.7.0S or later

Protocols

Refer to Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.7.0S (or later) protocol support

Connectivity

Refer to Cisco ASR 1000 Series SIP data sheet for SPA support. The SIP is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1002-X chassis.

Memory

1-GB Cisco QFP Resource Memory, 40-Mb TCAM, and 512-MB packet buffet memory. Theintegrated ESP shares the same control memory on the route processor

Reliability and availability

Software redundancy support: Yes

Hardware redundancy support: No

Support for OIR

Support for NSF and SSO

MIBs

RFC 2737 compliant

Network management

Network management through Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor:

Telnet (CLI)
Console port (through the CLI)
SNMP (RFC 2665)

Status LED descriptions

LED Label

LED

Color-State

Behavior Description

PWR

Power

Solid green

All power rails are within specifications

Off

Off, the route is in standby mode

STAT

System status

Solid green

Cisco IOS Software has successfully booted

-

-

Yellow

BOOT ROMmon has successfully loaded

-

-

Red

System failure; on power up, turned off by software

Physical dimensions
(H x W x D)

Not applicable: The ESP module is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1002-X chassis.

Power

Not applicable: The ESP module is integrated in the Cisco ASR 1002-X chassis.

Approvals and compliance

Same as for other ESP modules

Environmental

Same as for other ESP modules

System Requirements

Table 14 details the system requirements of Cisco ASR 1000 ESPs.

Table 14. System Requirements

System

Requirement

Hardware

2.5- and 5-Gbps ESPs integrated in Cisco ASR 1001 chassis; default performance is 2.5 Gbps and can be upgraded to 5 Gbps with a license through software activation

2.5-Gbps ESP integrated in Cisco ASR 1002-F chassis

5-, 10-, 20-, and 36-Gbps ESPs integrated in Cisco ASR 1002-X chassis; default performance is 5 Gbps and can be upgraded to 10, 20, or 36 Gbps with a license through software activation

For 5-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1002 Router chassis only

For 10- and 10-N-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESPs: Cisco ASR 1002 Router chassis

or

Cisco ASR 1004 Router chassis with one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

or

Cisco ASR 1006 Router chassis with at least one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

For 20-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1004 Router chassis with one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

or

Cisco ASR 1006 Router chassis with at least one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

For 40-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1006 Router chassis with at least one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

or

Cisco ASR 1004 Router chassis with at least one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

or

Cisco ASR 1013 Router chassis with at least one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

For 100-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1006 Router chassis with at least one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

or

Cisco ASR 1013 Router chassis with at least one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

For 200-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 ESP: Cisco ASR 1013 Router chassis with at least one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series Route Processor and one instance of Cisco ASR 1000 Series SPA Interface Processor

Software

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 2.1 (for 5- and 10-Gbps ESPs only) or later
(10-N- and 20-Gbps ESPs: Release 2.2 or later)

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 2.4 (for 2.5-Gbps ESP integrated in the Cisco ASR 1002-F chassis)

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.1.0S (for 40-Gbps ESP) or later

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.2.0S (for 40-Gbps ESP support on Cisco ASR 1004) or later

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.2.0S (for integrated ESP in Cisco ASR 1001 chassis) or later

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.7.0S (for integrated ESP in Cisco ASR 1002-X chassis) or later

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.7.1S or later for 100-Gbps ESP

Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.10.0S or later for 200-Gbps ESP

Note: Cisco ASR 1002-F chassis with the integrated ESP module offering up to 2.5 Gbps is supported as of Cisco IOS XE Software Release 2.4 and therefore requires as a minimum the Cisco IOS XE Software Release 2.4. Cisco ASR 1001 chassis with an integrated ESP module is supported as of Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.2S. Cisco ASR 1002-X chassis with an integrated ESP module is supported as of Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.7S. For information about the software and feature licenses supported on the Cisco ASR 1001 and ASR 1002-X, please refer to the Cisco ASR 1000 Software Activation product bulletin.

Performance and Scaling

Table 15 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1001 chassis with an integrated ESP module.

Table 15. Cisco ASR 1001 with Integrated 5-Gbps ESP Module and 8-GB Memory

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 7.5 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 4 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, access control list (ACL), QoS, and Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (URPF)

Bandwidth

Up to 5 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features later than Firewall or NAT

Up to 1.8 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets)

Scaling

Access control

Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 25,000 application control entries (ACEs) per system

Broadband

Up to 8,000 sessions and 4,000 Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) tunnels

IP

Up to:

500,000 IPv4 or 500,000 IPv6 routes with 4-GB memory
1,000,000 IPv4 or 1,000,000 IPv6 routes with 8- or 16-GB memory

Multicast: 64,000 routes and 1,000 groups

QoS

Flexible number of queues per system:

Up to 16,000 queues
Three levels of hierarchy

<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications

Real-time traffic

Up to 2,000 Compressed Real-Time Transport Protocol (CRTP) sessions

Security

Up to:

IPsec: 4,000 tunnels Firewall: 256,000 sessions
NAT: 256,000 sessions
Carrier-Grade NAT: 500,000 sessions
Firewall and NAT: 125,000 sessions

Layer 3 VPN (L3VPN)

Up to 4,000 Virtual Route Forwarding (VRF) instances

Generic routing encapsulation (GRE)

Up to 4,000 tunnels

Cisco Unified Border Element (Enterprise Edition) (formerly called Cisco Session Border Controller, or SBC)

Up to 10,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 Session Initiation Protocol [SIP] messages per call; that is, two call legs on the SBC consisting of two media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)

Table 16 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1001-X chassis with an integrated ESP module.

Table 16. Cisco ASR 1001-X with Integrated ESP Module and 8-GB Memory

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 19 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 6.7 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, ACL, QoS, and URPF

Bandwidth

Up to 20 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features later than Firewall or NAT

Up to 8 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets)

Scaling

Access control

Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 50,000 ACEs per system

Broadband

Up to 8,000 sessions and 4,000 L2TP tunnels

IP

Up to:

1,000,000 IPv4 or 1,000,000 IPv6 routes with 8-GB memory
3,500,000 IPv4 or 3,000,000 IPv6 routes with 16-GB memory

Multicast: 100,000 routes and 4,000 groups

QoS

Flexible number of queues per system:

Up to 16,000 queues
Three levels of hierarchy
Two low-latency queuing (LLQ) queues per policy, with up to 1,000 policies

<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications

Real-time traffic

Up to 2,000 Compressed Real-Time Transport Protocol (CRTP) sessions

Security

Up to:

IPsec: 8,000 tunnels
Firewall: 2,000,000 sessions
NAT: 2,000,000 sessions
Carrier-Grade NAT: 2,00,000 sessions
Firewall and NAT: 2,000,000 sessions

Layer 3 VPN (L3VPN)

Up to 8,000 VRF instances

GRE

Up to 4,000 tunnels

Cisco Unified Border Element (Enterprise Edition)

Up to 10,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 Session Initiation Protocol [SIP] messages per call; that is, two call legs on the SBC consisting of two media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)

Table 17 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1002-X chassis with an integrated ESP module.

Table 17. Cisco ASR 1002-X with Integrated 36-Gbps ESP Module and 8-GB Memory

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 30 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 19 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, ACL, QoS, and URPF

Bandwidth

Up to 36 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features later than Firewall or NAT

Up to 4 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets)

Scaling

Access control

Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 120,000 ACEs per system

Broadband

Up to 29,000 sessions and 16,000 L2TP tunnels

IP

Up to:

500,000 IPv4 or 500,000 IPv6 routes with 4-GB memory
1,000,000 IPv4 or 1,000,000 IPv6 routes with 8-GB memory
3,500,000 IPv4 or 3,000,000 IPv6 routes with 16-GB memory

Multicast: 64,000 routes and 4,000 groups

QoS

Flexible number of queues per system:

Up to 116,000 queues
Three levels of hierarchy
Two LLQ queues per policy, with up to 4,000 policies

8-kbps policing and queuing granularity

<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications

Real-time traffic

Up to 2,000 CRTP sessions

Security

Up to:

IPsec: 8,000 tunnels
Firewall: 2,000,000 sessions
NAT: 2,000,000 sessions
Carrier-Grade NAT: 4,000,000 sessions
200,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate

L3VPN

Up to 4,000 VRF instances

GRE

Up to 4,000 tunnels

Cisco Unified Border Element (Enterprise Edition)

Up to 10,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 SIP messages per call; that is, two calllegs on the SBC consisting of two media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)

Table 18 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1002-F chassis with the integrated Cisco ASR 1000 Series 2.5-Gbps ESP module.

Table 18. Cisco ASR 1002-F with Integrated ESP Module

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 4 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 2 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, ACL, QoS, and URPF

Bandwidth

Up to 2.5 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features later than Firewall or NAT

Up to 1.0 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption

Table 19 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1000 Series 5-Gbps ESP module.

Table 19. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 5-Gbps ESP Module Performance and Scaling

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 7.5 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 4 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, ACL, QoS, and URPF

Bandwidth

Up to 5 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features later than Firewall or NAT

Shared by all Cisco ASR 1000 Series SIP (ASR1000-SIP10) cards

Up to 1.8 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets)

Scaling

Access control

Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 25,000 ACEs per system

IP

Up to:

500,000 IPv4 or 125,000 IPv6 routes
Multicast: 64,000 routes and 1,000 groups

QoS

Flexible number of queues per system:

Up to 64,000 queues
Three levels of hierarchy
Two LLQ queues per policy, with up to 1,000 policies

8-kbps policing and queuing granularity

<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications

Real-time traffic

Up to 2,000 CRTP sessions

Security

Up to:

IPsec: 4,000 tunnels
Firewall or NAT: 250,000 sessions and 50,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate
Carrier-Grade NAT: 500,000 sessions

L3VPN

Up to 1,000 VRF instances

GRE

Up to 1,000 tunnels

Cisco Unified Border Element (SP Edition)

Up to 4,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 SIP messages per call; that is, two call legs on the SBC consisting of two media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)

Table 20 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1000 Series 10- and 10-N-Gbps ESP modules.

Table 20. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 10- and 10-N-Gbps ESP Performance and Scaling

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 15 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 8 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, ACL, QoS, and URPF

Bandwidth

Up to 10 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features + Firewall or NAT

Shared by all Cisco ASR 1000 SIP (ASR1000-SIP10) cards

Up to 3.5 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets) (not supported on the ASR1000-ESP10-N)

Scaling

Access control

Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 50,000 ACEs per system

IP

Up to:

1,000,000 IPv4 or 500,000 IPv6 routes

Multicast: 64,000 routes and 1,000 groups

QoS

Flexible number of queues per system:

Up to 128,000 queues
Three levels of hierarchy
Two LLQ queues per policy, with up to 1,000 policies

8-kbps policing and queuing granularity

<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications

Real-time traffic

Up to 4,000 CRTP sessions

Security

Up to:

IPsec: 10,000 tunnels (not supported on the ASR1000-ESP10-N)
Firewall or NAT: 1,000,000 sessions and 100,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate

L3VPN

Up to 1,000 VRF instances

GRE

Up to 2,000 tunnels

Cisco Unified Border Element (SP Edition)

Up to 9,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 SIP messages per call; that is, two call legs on the SBC consisting of media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)

Table 21 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1000 Series 20-Gbps ESP module.

Table 21. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 20-Gbps ESP Performance and Scaling

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 23 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 10.4 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, ACL, QoS, and URPF

Bandwidth

Up to 20 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features + Firewall or NAT

Shared by all Cisco ASR 1000 SIP (ASR1000-SIP10) cards

Up to 9.2 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets)

Scaling

Access control

Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 100,000 ACEs per system

Broadband

Up to 32,000 sessions and 16,000 L2TP tunnels

IP

Up to:

4,000,000 IPv4 or 4,000,000 IPv6 routes

Multicast: 100,000 routes and 4,000 groups

QoS

Flexible number of queues per system:

Up to 128,000 queues
Three levels of hierarchy
Two LLQ queues per policy, with up to 4,000 policies

8-kbps policing and queuing granularity

<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications

Real-time traffic

Up to 4,000 CRTP sessions

Security

Up to:

IPsec: 10,000 tunnels
Firewall or NAT: 2,000,000 sessions and 200,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate
Carrier-Grade NAT: 4,000,000 sessions

L3VPN

Up to 8,000 VRF instances

GRE

Up to 4,000 tunnels

Cisco Unified Border Element (SP Edition)

Up to 64,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 SIP messages per call; that is, two call legs on the SBC consisting of two media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)

Table 22 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1000 Series 40-Gbps ESP module.

Table 22. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 40-Gbps ESP Performance and Scaling

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 23 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 10.4 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, ACL, QoS, and URPF

Bandwidth

Up to 40 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features + Firewall or NAT

Shared by all Cisco ASR 1000 SIP (ASR1000-SIP10 or ASR1000-SIP40) cards

Up to 12.9 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets)

Scaling

Access control

Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 100,000 ACEs per system

Broadband

Up to 64,000 sessions and 16,000 L2TP tunnels

IP

Up to:

4,000,000 IPv4 or 4,000,000 IPv6 routes

Multicast: 100,000 routes and 4,000 groups

QoS

Flexible number of queues per system:

Up to 128,000 queues
Three levels of hierarchy
Two LLQ queues per policy, with up to 4,000 policies

8-kbps policing and queuing granularity

<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications

Real-time traffic

Up to 4,000 CRTP sessions

Security

Up to:

IPsec: 8,000 tunnels
Firewall or NAT: 2,000,000 sessions and 200,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate
Carrier-Grade NAT: 4,000,000 sessions

L3VPN

Up to 8,000 VRF instances

GRE

Up to 4,000 tunnels

Cisco Unified Border Element (SP Edition)

Up to 64,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 SIP messages per call; that is, two call legs on the SBC consisting of two media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)

Table 23 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1000 Series 100-Gbps ESP module.

Table 23. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 100-Gbps ESP Performance and Scaling

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 58 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 26 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, ACL, QoS, and URPF

Bandwidth

Up to 100 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features + Firewall or NAT

Shared by all Cisco ASR 1000 SIP (ASR1000-SIP10 or ASR1000-SIP40) cards

Up to 29 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets)

Scaling

Access control

Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 400,000 ACEs per system

Broadband

Up to 58,000 sessions and 16,000 L2TP tunnels

IP

Up to:

4,000,000 IPv4 or 4,000,000 IPv6 routes

Multicast: 100,000 routes and 4,000 groups

QoS

Flexible number of queues per system:

Up to 232,000 queues
Three levels of hierarchy
Two LLQ queues per policy, with up to 4,000 policies

8-kbps policing and queuing granularity

<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications

Real-time traffic

Up to 4,000 CRTP sessions

Security

Up to:

IPsec: 8,000 tunnels
Firewall: 6,000,000 sessions and 220,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate
NAT: 4,000,000 sessions and 300,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate
Carrier-Grade NAT: 12,000,000 sessions

L3VPN

Up to 8,000 VRF instances

GRE

Up to 4,000 tunnels

Cisco Unified Border Element (SP Edition)

Up to 64,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 SIP messages per call; that is, two calllegs on the SBC consisting of two media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)

Table 24 lists the performance and scaling features offered by the Cisco ASR 1000 Series 200-Gbps ESP module.

Table 24. Cisco ASR 1000 Series 200-Gbps ESP Performance and Scaling

Feature

Specification

Performance

Up to 130 Mpps

Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured

Up to 50 Mpps

For the combination of the following commonly used features: IPv4 forwarding, ACL, QoS, and URPF

Bandwidth

Up to 200 Gbps

For the combination of commonly used features + Firewall or NAT

Shared by all Cisco ASR 1000 SIP (ASR1000-SIP40) cards

Up to 78 Gbps

For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets)

Scaling

Access control

Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 400,000 ACEs per system

Broadband

Up to 58,000 sessions and 16,000 L2TP tunnels

IP

Up to:

4,000,000 IPv4 or 4,000,000 IPv6 routes

Multicast: 100,000 routes and 4,000 groups

QoS

Flexible number of queues per system:

Up to 464,000 queues
Three levels of hierarchy
Two LLQ queues per policy, with up to 4,000 policies

8-kbps policing and queuing granularity

<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications

Real-time traffic

Up to 4,000 CRTP sessions

Security

Up to:

IPsec: 8000 tunnels
Firewall: 6,000,000 sessions and 220,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate
NAT: 4,000,000 sessions and 300,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate
Carrier-Grade NAT: 12,000,000 sessions

L3VPN

Up to 8,000 VRF instances

GRE

Up to 4,000 tunnels

Cisco Unified Border Element (SP Edition)

Up to 64,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 SIP messages per call; that is, two calllegs on the SBC consisting of two media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)

Please refer to the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Routing Processor data sheet for a list of software features and benefits applicable to broadband, service provider edge, and enterprise deployments.

Ordering Information

Table 25 gives ordering information for the Cisco ASR 1000 Series ESPs.

Table 25. Ordering Information

Product Name

Part Number

Cisco ASR 1000 Embedded Services Processor 5Gbps

ASR1000-ESP5

Cisco ASR 1000 Embedded Services Processor 10Gbps

ASR1000-ESP10

Cisco ASR 1000 Embedded Services Processor 10Gbps noncrypto

ASR1000-ESP10-N

Cisco ASR 1000 Embedded Services Processor 20Gbps

ASR1000-ESP20

Cisco ASR 1000 Embedded Services Processor 40Gbps

ASR1000-ESP40

Cisco ASR 1000 Embedded Services Processor 100Gbps

ASR1000-ESP100

Cisco ASR 1000 Embedded Services Processor 200Gbps

ASR1000-ESP200

For the ordering guide, please visit: Download the complete ASR 1000 Series Ordering Guide.

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