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Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 8.8 Data Sheet

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Product Overview

The evolution of unified communications and collaboration services over the past few years has delivered dramatic improvements in employee productivity for enterprise and commercial businesses. This evolution and associated productivity improvements will continue as voice, video and mobile services become more pervasive elements of integrated collaboration solutions. However, these enhancements will be available only for enterprises deploying end-to-end real-time IP communications for both inter- and intra-company voice and video services based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). And most organizations will have to transition the service provider network interconnect to SIP trunking.

Cisco Unified Border Element provides the feature set to support the transition to SIP trunking. Cisco’s session border controller (SBC), the Cisco Unified Border Element, provides these important services between the enterprise and service provider networks:

Session management: The capability to count and manage the number of sessions flowing through a router

Interworking: The capability to interconnect different signaling methods and variants

Demarcation: The capability to act as a distinct demarcation point between two networks

Security: The capability to intelligently allow or disallow real-time traffic between networks

The Cisco Unified Border Element runs on Cisco’s most popular router products and terminates and re-originates both signaling (H.323 and SIP) and media streams (Real-Time Transport Protocol [RTP] and RTP Control Protocol [RTCP]) while performing border interconnection services between IP networks.

SBCs are critical components for scaling and securing unified communications networks and enabling expansion of real-time voice and video services for end-to-end IP connectivity across multiple organizations. Cisco Unified Border Element also enables call-control elements, such as Cisco Unified Communications Manager, to connect to service provider trunk services using SIP for public switched telephone network (PSTN) access offerings. With the Cisco Unified Border Element feature set, Cisco customers save on their current network services, simplify their network architectures, and position their networks for ongoing enhancements in collaboration services.

As an integrated Cisco IOS® Software application, the Cisco Unified Border Element runs on a broad range of Cisco router platforms, including the Cisco Integrated Services Routers (ISRs), the Cisco 7200 Series Routers, the Cisco 7301 Router; the Cisco AS5350XM and AS5400XM Universal Gateways, and the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers. Enterprises and commercial businesses use the Cisco Unified Border Element on these different platforms as a gateway SBC to interconnect SIP and H.323 voice and video networks.

The Cisco Unified Border Element is a simple and cost-effective solution that provides a network-to-network demarcation interface for signaling interworking, media interworking, address and port translations, billing, security, quality of service (QoS), and bandwidth management. The Cisco Unified Border Element enhances the PSTN-to-IP functions of a traditional Cisco gateway by adding the capability to join two voice-over-IP (VoIP) or video communications networks without the need for the PSTN.

Cisco IOS Software enables a variety of real-time communication gateway functions, beyond just Cisco Unified Border Element, including:

Cisco IOS Software H.323 Gatekeeper: An application that acts as the point of control for a variety of voice and video components that can be attached to an IP network (such as IP telephony devices, IP-PSTN gateways, H.323 videoconferencing endpoints, and H.323 multipoint control units [MCUs]) while facilitating build-out of large-scale multimedia service networks.

Cisco TDM Gateway: An application that allows time-division multiplexing (TDM) switching between TDM interfaces or TDM-to-IP interfaces (available only on Cisco IOS Software platforms with TDM interfaces).

The Cisco Unified Border Element supports protocols such as H.323 and SIP for voice and video. Table 1 lists the features supported for voice and video.

Table 1. Cisco Unified Border Element Features

Feature

Support Details

Voice

Protocols

H.323 and SIP

Protocol and signal interworking

H.323 to H.323 (including Cisco Unified Communications Manager)
H.323 to SIP (including Cisco Unified Communications Manager)
SIP to SIP (including Cisco Unified Communications Manager)
SIP to SIP (including Cisco TelePresence ® calls)

Media support

RTP and RTCP
Sub-RTCP for media statistics

Media interworking

SIP delayed-offer to SIP early-offer interworking for audio calls

Media modes

Media flow-through
Media flow-around

Transport mode

TCP
User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
TCP-to-UDP interworking

Fax support

T.38 fax relay
Fax pass-through
Cisco Fax Relay

Modem support

Modem pass-through
Cisco Modem Relay

Dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF)

H.245 alphanumeric
H.245 signal
RFC 2833
SIP notify
Key Press Markup Language (KPML)

Interworking capabilities:

H.323 to SIP
RFC 2833 to G.711 in-band DTMF*
Various SIP-to-H.323 DTMF interworking options

Supplementary services

Call hold, call transfer, and call forwarding for H.323 networks using H.450 and transparent passing of Empty Capability Set (ECS)
SIP-to-SIP supplementary services (holds and transfers) support using REFER and
SIP-to-SIP supplementary services (holds and transfers) support using REINVITE
H.323-to-SIP supplementary services for Cisco Unified Communications Manager with media termination point (MTP) on the H.323 trunk

Internetworking

Configurable SIP profiles to manipulate SIP messages
P-Asserted-Identity (PAI), P-Preferred-Identity (PPI), and Remote-Part-ID (RPID) internetworking****
Unsupported Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME)-type attachment pass-through****
Unsupported SIP header pass-through****
Dial-pear bind (allows Cisco Unified Border Element to connect to two different service providers)
Incoming dial-peer match based on remote address
Assisted RTCP for Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS) Interoperability

Call Admission Control (CAC)

Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP)
Maximum number of calls per trunk (maximum number of calls)
CAC based on IP circuits
CAC based on total calls, CPU use, or memory use threshold
CAC based on bandwidth availability

OPTIONS SIP message support

Support for response to OPTIONS-PING messages
Support for generation of in-dialog OPTIONS-PING messages
Support for generation of out-of-dialog OPTIONS-PING messages to control dial-peer status***

Virtual Route Forwarding (VRF) support

Single-voice VRF support

Voice-quality statistics

Packet loss, jitter, and round-trip time (RTT)

QoS

IP Precedence and differentiated-services-code-point (DSCP) marking

Network Address Translation (NAT) traversal

NAT traversal support for SIP phones deployed behind non-Application Line Gateway (ALG) data routers
Stateful NAT traversal

Network hiding

IP network privacy and topology hiding
IP network security boundary
Intelligent IP address translation for call media and signaling
Back-to-back user agent, replacing all SIP-embedded IP addressing
History information-based topology hiding and call routing

Number translation

Number translation rules for VoIP numbers
Electronic numbering (ENUM) support for E.164 number mapping into Domain Name System (DNS)

Codecs

G.711 mu-law and a-law
G.722
G.723ar53, G.723ar63, G.723r53, and G.723r63
G.726r16, G.726r24, and G.726r32
G.728
G.729, G.729A, G.729B, and G.729AB
Internet Low Bitrate Codec (iLBC)
Mid-call codec renegotiation

Transcoding**

Transcoding between any two different families of codecs from the following list:

G.711 a-law and mu-law
G.729, G.729A, G.729B, and G.729AB
G.723 (5.3 and 6.3 kbps)
iLBC
G.722
Mid-call transcoder insert and drop

Security

IP Security (IPsec)
Secure RTP (SRTP)
Transport Layer Security (TLS)
SRTP-to-RTP interworking****

Authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA)

AAA with RADIUS

Voice media applications

Tool Command Language (Tcl) scripts support for application customization
Voice Extensible Markup Language (VoiceXML) 2.0 script support for application customization
Web-based API to monitor and control signaling and media traffic

Billing

Standard call detail records (CDRs) for accurate billing available through:

AAA records
Syslog
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

Lawful intercept***

Provision of replicated packets to third-party mediation device

Video

Protocols

H.323 and SIP

Cisco endpoints supported

Cisco Unified Video Advantage (UVA) and Cisco TelePresence endpoints

Rich media

Simultaneous support for data, audio, and video

Signaling interworking

SIP delayed-offer to SIP early-offer calls

Media

Support for multiplex RTP calls (for Cisco TelePresence solution)

Simple Traversal of UDP through NAT (STUN)/Datagram TLS (DTLS) pass-through for telepresence

H.323-enhanced features

H.235 pass-through for secure calls

H.239 pass-through for picture-in-picture feature

CAC

RSVP, including audio and video reservation synchronization

QoS

DSCP markings to prioritize video streams as they traverse the network

Data support

T.120 data collaboration flow-around only

Camera control

Far-end camera control (FECC)

Codecs

H.261
H.263
H.264

Network Management

Manageability and serviceability

Resource usage monitoring over SIP trunk

High Availability

High availability

Box-to-box redundancy on Cisco Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2) (Hot Standby Router Protocol [HSRP]-based)

Note: Media is preserved for active calls at time of failover.

CUBE Redundancy license supports:

1. CUBE regular redundancy. Two CUBE platforms (ISR-G2 or ASR1K) are positioned in a same local network and are configured in an Active/Standby pairing. The CUBE-RED license allows transferring of the license from the Active to the Standby machine in the event of a failure.

2. CUBE Dual redundancy. CUBE in High Availability configuration in two independent Data Centers with a CUBE Active/Standby pair (ISR-G2 or ASR1K) in each. The CUBE-RED license allows transfer not only within one redundant pair from Active to Standby, but also from one pair to the other.

* Requires digital signal processors (DSPs) and is available only on the Cisco 2900, 3900, and 3900E Series, Cisco 2800 and 3800 Series, Cisco 2600 Series, Cisco 2691, and Cisco 3700 Series Routers
** Available on the Cisco 2900, 3900, and 3900E Series, Cisco 2800 and 3800 Series, Cisco 2600 Series, Cisco 3700 Series, Cisco 2691, and Cisco AS5350XM and AS5400XM
*** Available on the Cisco 2951, 3925, and 3945 Integrated Services Routers, Cisco 2851, 3825, and 3845 Integrated Services Routers, Cisco 7200 Series Routers, Cisco 7301, and Cisco AS5350XM and AS5400XM
**** New feature in Cisco Unified Border Element 1.3

New Features in Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 8.8

The new features provided in Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 8.8 include:

Media forking to support call recording as part of the Cisco MediaSense solution

New Features in Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 8.7

The new features provided in Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 8.7 (Cisco IOS Software Release 15.1.4M) include:

Mid-call media renegotiation for video

SIP RTP Loopback

Support for Cisco Unified Border Element on Cisco 800 Series ISRs - specifically the Cisco 881, 886V, 887V, 888E, 888, and 892F hardware platforms supporting up to 15 sessions on Cisco 880 Series models and up to 25 sessions on the Cisco 892F. This platform does not include media processing features such as transcoding.

New Features in Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 8.6

The new features provided in Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 8.6 (Cisco IOS Software Release 15.1.3T) include:

Rate-limit CAC per dial peer

Delayed-offer to early-offer (DO-EO) flow around and high-density transcoding

Dynamic codec update support

High-density T1/E1 support on the Cisco 3945E

New Features in Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 8.5

With Cisco Unified Border Element Release 1.5 (Cisco IOS Software Release 15.1.2T), nomenclature is updated to Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition 8.5. The new features provided in Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 8.5 include:

Support for dial-peer bind: Dial-peer bind allows Cisco Unified Border Element to connect to two different service providers, where enterprise customers can connect to multiple service providers for redundancy, call-type routing (internal, long distance, and local to different providers), time-of-day (ToD) routing, or least-cost routing. You can also use dial-peer bind on the Cisco Unified Border Element inside interface if you need to distinguish source IP addresses for different enterprise network segments or applications

Support for incoming dial-peer match: This support is based on remote address (allows Cisco Unified Border Element to connect to two different service providers, where Cisco Unified Border Element can apply specific call routing, codec selection, digit manipulation, CAC, QoS, or security policies to the dial peers specific to service provider 1 or service provider 2

Support for history information-based topology hiding and call routing

Support for voicemail waiting indicator (VMWI) foreign-exchange-station (FXS) phones

Support for Assisted RTCP for Microsoft OCS interoperability

Voice-class codec support:

- Mid-call codec renegotiation

- Mid-call transcoder insert and drop

For video: STUN and DTLS pass-through for telepresence

Support for resource usage monitoring over SIP trunk (receive remote alarm indication [RAI])

Box-to-box redundancy on Cisco ISR G2 (HSRP-based) (media is preserved for active calls at the time of failover)

Overall the new capabilities in Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition 8.5 improve operational efficiencies (redundancy and load balancing) across SIP trunk deployments through dynamic reporting of resource usage, as well as an enhanced demarcation function of Cisco Unified Border Element (topology hiding) and flexibility and secure media internetworking with SIP trunk service providers. Additionally, it enables enforcement for billing and security policies at the SIP trunk headend and the enterprise branch office.

New Features as of Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 1.4

The new features provided as of Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition Version 1.4 include:

Dynamic payload type interworking for DTMF and codecs

Configurable error codes for the Options Ping feature

Enhanced MIBs: IP trunk usage and DSP usage

Gateway-to-gateway RSVP call (SIP) to non-RSVP calls (H.323/SIP)

Configuration of SIP parameters through Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

Pass-through of unknown SIP headers

Pass-through of unknown MIME body attachments

Support for PAI, PPI, and RPID internetworking

Support for generation of Options Ping messages to determine the status of dial peers

Main Features and Benefits

The Cisco Unified Border Element Enterprise Edition delivers the following features and benefits:

Network privacy by hiding the internal network structure from other administrative domains

Capability to create interconnections between different VoIP network types (such as H.323-to-SIP interworking)

DTMF interworking

Capacity and CAC

Better voice quality, cost, and space savings (including rack density), and a feature set comparable to back-to-back gateways

Codec filtering by restriction of codecs advertised on outbound call legs; for example, restriction of high-bandwidth codecs is possible on the re-origination side of the Cisco Unified Border Element outbound dial peer

Improved billing and settlement capabilities

More control of calls routed between service providers and enterprises

Software and hardware MTP functions for Cisco Unified Communications Manager (available on the Cisco 2900, 3900, 3900E, 2800, and 3800 Series only)

Critical services provided at the edge of the network for scalability

Support for changing codecs during rotary-dial-peer selection

Support for TDM voice

Support for Lawful Intercept capabilities

Support for PAI, PPI, and RPID internetworking

Feature Availability

The Cisco Unified Border Element is built on Cisco IOS Software and runs on the following platforms:

Cisco 3900E Series Integrated Services Routers (Cisco 3925E and 3945E)

Cisco 3900 Series Integrated Services Routers (Cisco 3925 and 3945)

Cisco 2900 Series Integrated Services Routers (Cisco 2901, 2911, 2921, and 2951)

Cisco 800 Series Integrated Services Routers (Cisco 892F and select Cisco 880 Series models)

Cisco AS5400XM and AS5350XM Universal Gateways

Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers (Cisco ASR 1001, ASR 1002, ASR 1004, and ASR1006)

Older versions of the functions are also available on the following routers:

Cisco 3800 Series Integrated Services Routers (Cisco 3825 and 3845)

Cisco 2800 Series Integrated Services Routers (Cisco 2801, 2811, 2821, and 2851)

Cisco 2600 Series Multiservice Platforms (Cisco 2610XM , 2611XM, 2620XM, 2621XM, 2650XM, and 2651XM Multiservice Routers and the Cisco 2691 Multiservice Platform)

Cisco 3700 Series Multiservice Access Routers (Cisco 3725 and 3745)

Cisco 7301 Router

Cisco 7200VXR Series Routers

A minimum of 64 MB of flash memory and 256 MB of DRAM is required, and a minimum of one Fast Ethernet port for an external interface is required.

The Cisco Unified Border Element may require additional hardware for connectivity to the PSTN and WAN and for transcoding capabilities. If connected to the IP network through a WAN connection, the Cisco Unified Border Element supports all the WAN connectivity methods and interface cards that the underlying router platform supports.

Note: For transcoding, one of the following products and appropriate DSPs is required:

Cisco IP Communications Voice/Fax Network Module (part number NM-HD-1V, NM-HD-2V, or NM-HD-2VE) on Cisco IP Communications High-Density Digital Voice/Fax Network Module (part number NM-HDV2, NM-HDV2-1T1/E1, or NM-HDV2-2T1/E1) and associated DSP cards

DSP cards such as the PVDM2-8, PVDM2-16, PVDM2-32, PVDM2-48, and PVDM2-64

DSP cards such as the PVDM3-16, PVDM3-32, PVDM3-64, PVDM3-128, PVDM3-192, and PVDM3-256

More information about transcoding is available at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps5854/products_qanda_item0900aecd8016c2c7.shtml.

Note: The Cisco 7200 Series Routers and Cisco 7301 Router do not support transcoding.

The Cisco IOS Software images listed in Table 5 later in this document allow the simultaneous operation of the Cisco Unified Border Element, Cisco IOS Software H.323 Gatekeeper, and Cisco TDM Gateway all on the same device.

Cisco Unified Border Element with Configurable SIP Profiles

Configurable SIP profiles on the Cisco Unified Border Element help customers by allowing SIP messages from entities in their networks to pass through the border element and enabling manipulation of header fields and the embedded Session Description Protocol (SDP). This configurability allows more endpoints to interconnect by acting as a middle layer to provide some interpretation. For example, if one network requires the presence of a certain header in a SIP message but your current SIP device (such as Cisco Unified Communications Manager) does not generate the header, the SIP profiles capability can be used to add this header.

Summary

The Cisco Unified Border Element provides direct IP interconnections with lower cost and greater flexibility than TDM interconnections. This gateway helps service providers and enterprises decrease VoIP latency, improve voice quality, and effectively support rich-media services, thereby allowing Cisco Unified Communications products to work transparently in both intra- and intercompany deployments.

Product Specifications

Table 2 shows platform memory specifications to support Cisco Unified Border Element.

Table 2. Platform Support and Product Specifications

Platform

Flash Memory

DRAM

Maximum Cisco Unified Border Element Sessions

Cisco 881 Integrated Services Router

Cisco 886V Integrated Services Router

Cisco 887V Integrated Services Router

Cisco 888E Integrated Services Router

Cisco 888 Integrated Services Router

Fixed configuration

Fixed configuration

15

Cisco 892F Integrated Services Router

Fixed configuration

Fixed configuration

25

Cisco 2951 Integrated Services Router

Cisco 2921 Integrated Services Router

Cisco 2911 Integrated Services Router

Cisco 2901 Integrated Services Router

256 MB

512 MB

600

Cisco 3925 Integrated Services Router

256 MB

1 GB

1000

Cisco 3945 Integrated Services Router

256 MB

1 GB

1000

Cisco 3925E Integrated Services Router

256 MB

1 GB

2500

Cisco 3945E Integrated Services Router

256 MB

1 GB

2500

Cisco 2851 Integrated Services Router

Cisco 2821 Integrated Services Router

Cisco 2811 Integrated Services Router

Cisco 2801 Integrated Services Router

64 MB

256 MB

300

Cisco 3825 Integrated Services Router

64 MB

256 MB

500

Cisco 3845 Integrated Services Router

64 MB

256 MB

500

Cisco AS5350XM Universal Gateway

128 MB

512 MB

300

Cisco AS5400XM Universal Gateway

128 MB

512 MB

500

Cisco ASR 1001

512 MB

1 GB

12,000

Cisco ASR 1004 and ASR 1006

512 MB

1 GB

16,000

Ordering Information

This product is orderable through bundles, as shown in Table 3.

Table 3. Cisco Unified Border Element ISR G2 Bundles

SKUs

Product Description

Technology Package

Additional HW

Flash/DRAM

C2901-VSEC-CUBE/K9

Cisco 2901 Voice Sec and CUBE Bundle, PVDM3-16, UC and SEC License P, FL-CUBEE-25

SL-29-UC-K9 and SL-29-SEC-K9

None

256MB

512MB

C2911-VSEC-CUBE/K9

Cisco 2911 Voice Sec and CUBE Bundle, PVDM3-16, UC and SEC License P, FL-CUBEE-25

SL-29-UC-K9 and SL-29-SEC-K9

None

256MB

512MB

C2921-VSEC-CUBE/K9

Cisco 2921 Voice Sec and CUBE Bundle, PVDM3-32, UC and SEC License P, FL-CUBEE-25

SL-29-UC-K9 and SL-29-SEC-K9

None

256MB

512MB

C2951-VSEC-CUBE/K9

Cisco 2951 Voice Sec and CUBE Bundle, PVDM3-32, UC and SEC License P, FL-CUBEE-25

SL-29-UC-K9 and SL-29-SEC-K9

None

256MB

512MB

C3925-VSEC-CUBE/K9

Cisco 3925 Voice Sec and CUBE Bundle, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License P, FL-CUBEE-25

SL-39-UC-K9 and SL-39-SEC-K9

None

256MB

1GB

C3945-VSEC-CUBE/K9

Cisco 3945 Voice Sec and CUBE Bundle, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License P, FL-CUBEE-25

SL-39-UC-K9 and SL-39-SEC-K9

None

256MB

1GB

C3925E-VSEC-CUBEK9

Cisco 3925E Voice Sec and CUBE Bundle, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License P, FL-CUBEE-25

SL-39-UC-K9 and SL-39-SEC-K9

None

256MB

1GB

C3945E-VSEC-CUBEK9

Cisco 3945E Voice Sec and CUBE Bundle, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License P, FL-CUBEE-25

SL-39-UC-K9 and SL-39-SEC-K9

None

256MB

1GB

This product is also orderable in three simple steps:

1. Select a Cisco router based on performance requirements.

2. Select a Cisco IOS Software image with Cisco Unified Border Element feature support (all IP Voice and later images support some components of the Cisco Unified Border Element). On the Cisco 2900, 3900, and 3900E Series platforms, which use a universal software image, select the Unified Communications package.

3. Select the appropriate Cisco IOS Software feature license.

To order software only, follow steps 2 and 3 and refer to Table 4 when selecting feature license part numbers.

To place an order, visit the Cisco Ordering homepage and refer to Table 4.

Table 4. Ordering Information for Feature Licenses

Part Number

Description

FL-CUBEE-5(=)

Feature license applicable to the Cisco 2900 and 3900 Series platforms for 5 simultaneous IP-to-IP Gateway sessions

FL-CUBEE-25(=)

Feature license applicable to the Cisco 2900 and 3900 Series platforms for 25 simultaneous IP-to-IP Gateway sessions

FL-CUBEE-100(=)

Feature license applicable to the Cisco 2900 and 3900 Series platforms for 100 simultaneous IP-to-IP Gateway sessions

FL-CUBEE-500(=)

Feature license applicable to the Cisco 2900 and 3900 Series platforms for 500 simultaneous IP-to-IP Gateway sessions

FL-CUBEE-1000(=)

Feature license applicable to the Cisco 3900 Series platforms for 1000 simultaneous IP-to-IP Gateway sessions

FL-GK-2901(=)

Cisco 2901 platform Gatekeeper license

FL-GK-2911(=)

Cisco 2911 platform Gatekeeper license

FL-GK-2921(=)

Cisco 2921 platform Gatekeeper license

FL-GK-2951(=)

Cisco 2951 platform Gatekeeper license

FL-GK-3925(=)

Cisco 3925 platform Gatekeeper license

FL-GK-3945(=)

Cisco 3945 platform Gatekeeper license

FL-CUBE-4(=)

Feature license applicable to the Cisco 2800 and 3800 Series platforms for 4 simultaneous IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper sessions

FL-CUBE-25(=)

Feature license applicable to the Cisco 2800 and 3800 Series platforms for 25 simultaneous IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper sessions

FL-CUBE-100(=)

Feature license applicable to the Cisco 2800 and 3800 Series platforms for 100 simultaneous IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper sessions

FLSASR1-CUE-100(=)

Unified Border Element-Ent Edition 100 Sessions for ASR1k

FLSASR1-CUE-500(=)

Unified Border Element-Ent Edition 500 Sessions for ASR1k

FLSASR1-CUE-1K(=)

Unified Border Element-Ent Edition 1K Sessions for ASR1k

FLSASR1-CUE-4K(=)

Unified Border Element-Ent Edition 4K Sessions for ASR1k

FLSASR1-CUE-16K(=)

Unified Border Element-Ent Edition 16K Sessions for ASR1k

FL-INTVVSRV-2801(=)

Cisco 2801 Integrated Voice Video License: IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper

FL-INTVVSRV-2811(=)

Cisco 2811 Integrated Voice Video License: IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper

FL-INTVVSRV-2821(=)

Cisco 2821 Integrated Voice Video License: IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper

FL-INTVVSRV-2851(=)

Cisco 2851 Integrated Voice Video License: IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper

FL-INTVVSRV-3825(=)

Cisco 3825 Integrated Voice Video License: IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper

FL-INTVVSRV-3845(=)

Cisco 3845 Integrated Voice Video License: IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper

FL-INTVVSRV-5X(=)

Cisco AS5350XM & AS5400XM Integrated Voice Video License: IP-to-IP Gateway or Gatekeeper

Downloading the Software

After ordering a feature license, visit the Cisco Software Center to download the Cisco IOS Software. Table 5 provides the software image name and software feature set available with each platform.

Table 5. Cisco Unified Border Element Software Feature Set and Software File

Platform

Software Image Name

Software Feature Set

Cisco 2901, 2911, and 2921 platforms

c2900-universalk9-mz

Universal Image

Cisco 2951 platform

c2951-universalk9-mz

Universal Image

Cisco 3925 and 3945 platforms

c3900-universalk9-mz

Universal Image

Cisco 2811, 2821, and 2851 Integrated Services Router

c2800nm-adventerprisek9_ivs-mz

Cisco 2800 INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIPGW, TDMIP GW AES

c2800nm-ipvoice_ivs-mz

Cisco 2800 INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIP GW, TDMIP GW

c2800nm-adventerprisek9-mz

Cisco 2800 ADVANCED ENTERPRISE SERVICES

c2800nm-advipservicesk9-mz

Cisco 2800 ADVANCED IP SERVICES

c2800nm-spservicesk9-mz

Cisco 2800 SP SERVICES

c2800nm-ipvoice-mz
c2800nm-ipvoicek9-mz

Cisco 2800 IP VOICE

Cisco 2801 Integrated Services Router

c2801-adventerprisek9_ivs-mz

Cisco 2801 INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIPGW, TDMIP GW AES

c2801-ipvoice_ivs-mz

Cisco 2801 INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIP GW, TDMIP GW

c2801-adventerprisek9-mz

Cisco 2801 ADVANCED ENTERPRISE SERVICES

c2801-advipservicesk9-mz

Cisco 2801 ADVANCED IP SERVICES

c2801-spservicesk9-mz

Cisco 2801 SP SERVICES

c2801-ipvoice-mz
c2801-ipvoicek9-mz

Cisco 2801 IP VOICE

Cisco 3845 Integrated Services Router

c3845-adventerprisek9_ivs-mz

Cisco 3845 INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIPGW, TDMIP GW AES

c3845-ipvoice_ivs-mz

Cisco 3845 INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIP GW, TDMIP GW

c3845-adventerprisek9-mz

Cisco 3845 ADVANCED ENTERPRISE SERVICES

c3845-advipservicesk9-mz

Cisco 3845 ADVANCED IP SERVICES

c3845-spservicesk9-mz

Cisco 3845 SP SERVICES

c3845-ipvoice-mz
c3845-ipvoicek9-mz

Cisco 3845 IP VOICE

Cisco 3825 Integrated Services Router

c3825-adventerprisek9_ivs-mz

Cisco 3825 INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIPGW, TDMIP GW AES

c3825-ipvoice_ivs-mz

Cisco 3825 INT VOICE/VIDEO, IPIP GW, TDMIP GW

c3825-adventerprisek9-mz

Cisco 3825 ADVANCED ENTERPRISE SERVICES

c3825-advipservicesk9-mz

Cisco 3825 ADVANCED IP SERVICES

c3825-spservicesk9-mz

Cisco 3825 SP SERVICES

c3825-ipvoice-mz
c3825-ipvoicek9-mz

Cisco 3825 IP VOICE

Cisco AS5350XM Media Gateway

c5350-jk9su2_ivs-mz

Cisco AS5350 Series IOS INT VOICE/VIDEO IPIPGW, TDMIP GW LI

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Cisco AS5350 Series IOS INT VOICE/VIDEO IPIPGW, TDMIP GW EPLUS

Cisco AS5400XM Media Gateway

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Cisco AS5400 Series IOS INT VOICE/VIDEO IPIPGW, TDMIP GW LI

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Cisco AS5400 Series IOS INT VOICE/VIDEO IPIPGW, TDMIP GW EPLUS

Cisco ASR 1000

SASR1R1-AESK9-21SR

Cisco ASR Advanced Enterprise Services

Cisco and Partner Services for the Branch Office

Services from Cisco and our certified partners can help you transform the branch-office experience and accelerate business innovation and growth in the Borderless Network. We have the depth and breadth of expertise to create a clear, replicable, optimized branch-office footprint across technologies. Planning and design services align technology with business goals and can increase the accuracy, speed, and efficiency of deployment. Technical services help improve operational efficiency, save money, and mitigate risk. Optimization services are designed to continuously improve performance and help your team succeed with new technologies.

For More Information

For more information about the Cisco Unified Border Element, visit http://www.cisco.com/go/cube or contact your local Cisco account representative.