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Enhance Bandwidth, Facilitate Future Services

The Cisco ASR 9922 Router is the largest of the Cisco ASR 9000 Series Routers at 43 rack units (RUs). This high-capacity platform is designed to deliver the services of tomorrow.

Providing increased bandwidth capabilities for network devices at low prices is one of the primary criteria for true carrier-transport platforms. The ASR 9000 Series can scale up to 96 Tbps per system, which provides an ideal foundation for a full suite of next-generation services.

While traditional service prices continue to decline, the Cisco ASR 9000 Series helps to establish a new financial reality. It facilitates reliable and scalable video, next-generation mobile aggregation, and advanced Carrier Ethernet service offerings.

Learn more about the Cisco ASR 9000 Routers. (5:24 min)

Gain the Benefits of Fully Distributed Operations

With the Cisco ASR 9000 Series, all packet-forwarding decisions and actions occur on individual line cards. Its high-density Ethernet line cards are equipped with:

  • A flexible programming infrastructure
  • High-density Ethernet and advanced Ethernet services
  • Robust Hierarchical Quality of Service (H-QoS)
  • Wide-ranging security mechanisms
  • Integrated Synchronous Ethernet capabilities

The distributed implementation on the ASR 9000 Series extends to the control plane. It adds a new dimension in scale for features such as Bidirectional Fault Detection (BFD) and Ethernet Operations and Maintenance (E-OAM), for improved resiliency and comprehensive, automated instrumentation.

Specifications at a Glance

Model ASR 9922
Slots 20 Line Cards
2 RPs
7 Fabric Cards
Rack Size 44 RU
Bandwidth Per Slot
Max Capacity 160 Tbps
Size (H x W x D) 75.25 in. x 17.75 in. x 28.65 in.
Power AC: 6 kW or 3 kW power modules
DC: 4.4 kW or 2.1 kW power modules
Note: Mixing of AC and DC modules is not supported
Fan 4 fan trays
Airflow Front to Back
RSP / RP 2 RPs
Fabric Architecture Up to 6+1 fabric redundancy
Software IOS XR

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