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Cisco 10000 Series Performance Routing Engine PRE-1

Table Of Contents

Data Sheet

Features and Benefits Overview

Product Specifications: Components

Hardware Features

PXF Hardware Features

Software Features

Product Specifications: Environmental Conditions

Product Specifications: Physical Specifications

LEDs

Power Budget

Network Management

Product Regulatory Approvals

Product Regulatory Compliance

Product Regulatory Compliance: Electromagnetic Emissions Certification

Product Regulatory Compliance: Immunity

Product Regulatory Compliance: Network Equipment Building Systems

Product System Requirements and Compatibility

Hardware Requirements

Software Requirements

Product Ordering Details

Product Ordering Details: Product Part Number

Product Ordering Details: Ordering Information

Product Ordering Details: Migration Program

Service and Support

Data Sheet


Cisco 10000 Series

Performance Routing Engine PRE-1

The Cisco 10000 Series PRE-1 is a centralized processing engine that provides up to 2.6 million packets per second (MPPS) performance. PRE-1 enables service providers to deploy a wide range of revenue-generating IP services while offering consistent, high-performance throughput.

Figure 1

Cisco 10000 Series Performance Routing Engine PRE-1

Designed to address Internet service provider (ISP) requirements for high-capacity, leased-line aggregation with sophisticated IP services, the PRE-1 utilizes the Cisco-patented Parallel express Forwarding (PXF) technology. PXF is a multiple-processor architecture that enables deployment of multiple IP services while maintaining peak performance throughput.

Benefits of PRE-1 include:

Provides up to 2.8 Mpps of centralized processing in the Cisco 10000 Series.

Uses Cisco-patented PXF technology to provide maximum IP services performance.

Supports processor redundancy—for enabling 99.999% network uptime.

Features and Benefits Overview

Features

Benefits

Provides up to 2.8 Mpps of centralized processing in the Cisco 10000 Series.

Customers aggregating leased line, ATM, Frame Relay, and Broadband aggregation traffic require line-rate performance with a wide variety of features enabled. The Cisco 10000 Series with PRE-1 provides the IP services performance service providers require when deploying new revenue-generating services.

Uses Cisco-patented PXF technology to provide maximum IP services performance.

PXF technology provides the Cisco 10000 Series with IP services performance and flexibility. Using PXF, the Cisco 10000 Series enables service providers to turn on multiple services without experiencing performance degradation. This is crucial when service providers look to up-sell customers to new types of services. In addition, PXF is a software-based technology that enables the Cisco 10000 Series to implement new services without upgrading hardware— thereby saving customers time and money.

Supports processor redundancy—for enabling 99.999% network uptime.

Each Cisco 10000 chassis supports up to two PRE-1s for redundancy. Coupled with an unparalleled set of high availability features and functionality, the Cisco 10000 Series is Cisco's premier carrier-class edge aggregation platform.


Product Specifications: Components

Hardware Features

Hot-swappable (with redundant PRE-1 modules)

262-MHz PMC RM7000 MIPS processor with integrated 16 KB data and 16 KB instruction Level 1 caches and integrated 256 KB Level 2 cache

2 MB Level 3 cache

Two PCMCIA slots

Either PCMCIA slot can be a memory or I/O device

One slot can support Type I and II cards only, the other slot can support Type I, II, or III cards

32 MB of FLASH memory

128-MB packet buffer

512 KB of NVRAM

512 MB of DRAM

Route Processor Main Memory Error Correction Code (ECC)

One Ethernet 10/100 Mbps network management interface with an RJ-45 connector

Serial console port

Auxiliary (modem) port

Push button reset

PXF Hardware Features

Two PXF Network Processors (containing a total of 32 individual processors)

Each processor set has two independent 32-MB SDRAM control memories

128 MB of PXF Configuration Memory (per column)

1 GB of PXF Configuration Memory (total)

PXF Column Memory Error Correction Code (ECC)

PXF Packet Buffer Memory Error Correction Code (ECC)

Backplane interconnect ASIC for buffer management, flow control, management to the network processor, and interface to the Cisco 10000 Series backplane

Software Features

Through the use of PXF, PRE-1 separates control plane functionality from data plane functionality. A general-purpose RISC processor (262-300 MHz MIPS RISCMark RM7000) supports control plane functions of packet-switching, administration, and configuration. Multiple PXF Network Processors support data plane functionality —including high-performance Layer 3 forwarding. The combination of a general purpose RISC processor with advanced programmable PXF Network Processors provide maximum flexibility while maintaining maximum throughput of essential IP services such as quality of service (QoS), multi-protocol label switching (MPLS), and access policy filtering. For a detailed list of software features supported on PRE-1, refer to:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps133/products_data_sheets_list.html

Product Specifications: Environmental Conditions

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: 5% to 95% relative humidity (RH)

Operating humidity, nominal: 5% to 85% RH

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

Operating altitude: -60 m to 4000 m

Product Specifications: Physical Specifications

Height: 16.0" (40.64 cm)

Width: 1.91" (4.84 cm)

Depth: 9.97" (25.32 cm)

Weight: 7.5 lbs (3.41 kg)

LEDs

Alarm: Yellow LED indicates that an alarm condition exists when it is lit

Fail: Yellow LED indicates PRE-1 failure when lit

Status: Bi-color LED will blink yellow while a PRE-1 is booting up, on a working PRE-1, it will be steady green if the PRE-1 is the primary, or blinking green if the PRE-1 is the redundant backup; blinking is done in software Network Management Ethernet (NME) and Backplane

Ethernet (BPE) link status: These are "virtual" LED status bits that show the state of the NME and BPE links

Power Budget

Unit Power: 80W

Network Management

Network Management via

Telnet (CLI)

Console port (CLI)

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

RFC 2665

Management Information Bases (MIBs). Partial list of supported MIBs include:

SONET MIB

DS3 MIB

DS1 MIB

Frame Relay MIB

MIB II (Interfaces MIB, RFC 1213)

TCP MIB

UDP MIB

RS232 MIB

OSPF MIB

BGP4 MIB

IGMP MIB

IPMROUTE MIB

PIM MIB

RMON MIB

Cisco RTTMON MIB

Cisco CAR MIB

Cisco IP Stat MIB

Cisco Config Copy MIB

Cisco Frame Relay MIB

Cisco CDP MIB

Cisco Config Management MIB

Cisco Image MIB

Cisco IPMROUTE MIB

Cisco Memory Pool MIB

Cisco Ping MIB

Cisco TCP MIB

Cisco Entity Sensor MIB (Replaces ENVMON MIB)

Cisco Process MIB

Entity MIB (Replaces OLD-CISCO-CHASSIS-MIB)

Cisco Bulk File MIB

Cisco FTP Client MIB

Product Regulatory Approvals

UL60950/CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-00, third edition, dated December 1, 2000 with no deviation considered to be less stringent than IEC 60950

EN60950 with Amendments 1-4, for CE Marking to the LVD directive

IEC 60950 third edition with Amendments 1-4 including all national/group deviations

AS/NZS 60950:2000

AS/NZS 3260-1993 with Amendments 1-4

ACA TS001-1997

Product Regulatory Compliance

Product Regulatory Compliance: Electromagnetic Emissions Certification

AS/NZ 3548:1995 [incl Amd I + II] Class B

EN55022:1998 Class B

CISPR 22:1997

EN55022:1994 [incl Amd I+ II]

47 CFR Part 15:2000 (FCC) Class B

VCCI V-3/01.4 Class 2

CNS-13438:1997 class B

GR1089:1997 [incl Rev1: 1999]

Product Regulatory Compliance: 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/ 8kV contact,15kV air/

IEC-1000-4-3:1995+AMD 1-Radiated Immunity, 10V/m

IEC-1000-4-4:1995-Electrical Fast Transients, Level 4/ 4kV/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, 10Vrms

EN61000-4-11:1995-Voltage Dips and Sags

ETS300 132-2:1996+corregendum, Dec 1996

GR1089:1997 [incl Rev1: 1999]

Product Regulatory Compliance: Network Equipment Building Systems

Level 3 compliant

Bellcore SR-3580 Criteria Levels, issued 11/95

GR1089-Core: Electromagnetic Compatibility & Electrical Safety, issued 12/97

GR63-Core: Physical Protection Requirements, issued 10/95

SBC Equipment Requirements: TP76200 MP & TP76400 MP

Verizon Equipment Requirements: SIT.NEBS.TE.NPI.2000.004 Rev. 1

Product System Requirements and Compatibility

Hardware Requirements

Chassis: The PRE-1 is supported in the Cisco 10008.

Line cards: The PRE-1 is supported with all line cards currently shipping on the Cisco 10000 Series in the software trains in which PRE-1 is available.

Software Requirements

Initial IOS Releases: PRE-1 is supported in 12.0(15)SL, 12.0(17)ST, and 12.0(22)S and later Cisco IOS® releases. For the latest PRE-1 IOS release information, refer to:

http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/front.x/Support/HWSWmatrix/hwswmatrix.cgi.

Product Ordering Details

Please visit http://www.cisco.com/public/ordering_info.shtml to place an order.

Product Ordering Details: Product Part Number

Product Number

Product Description

ESR-PRE1

Performance Routing Engine, 512 DRAM and 32M Flash

ESR-PRE1=

Performance Routing Engine, 512 DRAM and 32M Flash, SPARE

ESR-PRE-MEM-FD48

Cisco 10000 Series PRE-1 48M Flash Disk (default)

ESR-PRE-MEM-FD48=

Cisco 10000 Series PRE-1 48M Flash Disk, SPARE

ESR-PRE-MEM-FD128

Cisco 10000 Series PRE-1 128M Flash Disk option

ESR-PRE-MEM-FD128=

Cisco 10000 Series PRE-1 128M Flash Disk option, SPARE


Product Ordering Details: Ordering Information

It is recommended that customers who order spare carriers also order enough blanks to ensure there are no empty slots in a configured system.

Product Ordering Details: Migration Program

A Cisco Technology Migration Plan (CTMP) has been established for this product.

The Technology Migration Plan is a sales program that allows customers to trade in Cisco products to receive a trade-in credit towards the purchase of any new Cisco product. The program underscores Cisco's commitment to the customer in terms of end-to-end product solutions as well as emphasizing to the customer Cisco's commitment to provide effective migration options in the face of ever-changing network requirements.

More specifics about this program can be found at:

http://www.cisco.com/go/tradein.

Service and Support

Cisco Systems offers a wide range of service and support options for its customers. More information on Cisco service and support programs and benefits can be found at:

http://www.cisco.com/public/Support_root.shtml.