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Cisco IOS XE Software for Cisco ASR 900 Series Aggregation Services Routers Data Sheet

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Cisco IOS® Software is always evolving to provide you with more features of higher quality. Cisco IOS XE Software releases provide a modular structure for Cisco® ASR 900 Series Aggregation Services Routers. Why is this modularity important? It allows the software to significantly enhance quality and performance by taking advantage of the separation of the data plane and the control plane.

Cisco IOS XE Software on the Cisco ASR 902 Router, ASR 903 Router, ASR 907 and ASR 914 Routers, includes licenses for Metro Services, Metro IP Services, and Metro Aggregation Services. Feature sets can be activated as needed. In this way, customers pay only you for what they require and use.

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Figure 1.           

Cisco ASR 902, 903 and 907 Routers

Software Releases and Options

Cisco ASR 900 Series routers are supported in Cisco IOS XE Software. The IOS XE Software Release is designed to provide modular packaging, feature velocity, and powerful resiliency. The Cisco ASR 903 Router is supported as of Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.5.0S. The Cisco ASR 902 Router is supported as of Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.12.0S. The Cisco ASR 907 Router is supported as of Cisco IOS XE Software Release 3.16.1aS. The Cisco ASR 914 Router is supported as of Cisco IOS XE Software Release 16.5.1v1.

Consolidated Software Packages

Three consolidated software packages contain a superset of all features. The individual feature sets can be activated once the correct feature licenses are applied to the router. Table 1 describes the Cisco IOS XE universal consolidated packages supported on the Cisco ASR 900 Series Router and the functionality supported in each of these universal images. The functionality is made available through the appropriate technology package licenses.

Table 1.             Universal Cisco IOS XE Software Consolidated Packages for Cisco ASR 900 Series Router

Cisco IOS XE Consolidated Package

Part Number

Description

Cisco ASR 902/903 Series RSP2 IOS XE 16.12.1 Universal - No Payload Encryption

SASR900R2NPEK91612

  Provides a consolidated package
  Offers complete Cisco IOS XE Software feature support

Cisco ASR 902/903/907/914 Series RSP3 IOS XE 16.12.1 Universal - No Payload Encryption

SASR900R3NPEK91612

  Provides a consolidated package
  Offers complete Cisco IOS XE Software feature support

Cisco ASR 903/907/914 Series RSP3 IOS XE 16.12.1 Universal - Payload Encryption

SASR900R3K91612

  Provides a consolidated package
  Offers complete Cisco IOS XE Software feature support
  Offers Payload Encryption support

Flexible Software Activation

ASR 900 Series routers support the Cisco IOS software activation feature. With this capability, Cisco IOS Software feature sets can be activated with software licenses, supporting a “pay as services grow” model. This model allows service providers to invest in software resources only when their businesses need it. All Cisco ASR 900 Series software licenses, except OC3/OC12/OC48/OC192 port licenses, are on a per-chassis basis. Cisco ASR 900 Series routers offer three Cisco IOS Software licenses:

     Metro Services license: Offers advanced Quality of Service (QoS), Carrier Ethernet Layer 2 features, Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) and Ethernet Operations, Administration, and Maintenance (OAM) capabilities.

     Metro IP Services license: Offers all capabilities of the Metro Services license with the addition of IEEE 1588-2008 Ordinary Clock and Transparent Clock, Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD), Layer 3 features for advanced IP routing protocols, multi-VPN routing, and Layer 3 Multicast and Forwarding Customer Edge (multi-VRF CE) capabilities.

     Metro Aggregation Services license: Adds the following capabilities to the Metro IP Services license: Multiprotocol Label Switching Transport Profile (MPLS-TP); MPLS, Ethernet over MPLS (EoMPLS), Circuit Emulation Service over Packet Switched Network (CESoPSN), and Structure Agnostic TDM over Packet (SAToP) pseudowires; Multirouter Automatic Protection Switching (MR-APS); Multichassis Link Aggregation and Control Protocol (mLACP); MPLS Traffic Engineering (MPLS TE); MPLS Fast Reroute (FRR); and MPLS VPN support.

Table 2 lists the main features in the Cisco IOS licenses for ASR 900 Series routers. Availability of features is dependent on software release and implementation schedule.

Table 2.             Feature Sets in Cisco ASR 900 Series Router Licenses

Metro Services

Metro IP Services

Metro Aggregation Services

Baseline

All features in Metro Services plus:

All features in Metro IP Services plus:

QoS, with deep buffers and Hierarchical QoS (HQOS)

IP routing (Routing Information Protocol [RIP], Open Shortest Path First [OSPF], Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol [EIGRP], Border Gateway Protocol [BGP], Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System [IS-IS])

MPLS (Label Distribution Protocol), MPLS VPN (Multi Protocol BGP) and Segment Routing

Layer 2: 802.1d and 802.1q

Protocol-Independent Multicast (PIM) (Sparse Mode [SM], Dense Mode [DM], Source-Specific Multicast [SSM]), and SSM mapping

MPLS TE and FRR

Ethernet Virtual Circuit (EVC)

BFD

MPLS OAM

Ethernet OAM (802.1ag, 802.3ah)

Multi-VRF CE (VRF lite) with service awareness (ARP, ping, Simple Network Management Protocol [SNMP], syslog, trace-route, File Transfer Protocol [FTP], and Trivial File Transfer Protocol [TFTP])

MPLS-TP, FlexLSP

Multiple Spanning Tree (MST) and Resilient Ethernet Protocol (REP)

IEEE 1588-2008 Ordinary Clock and Transparent Clock

Pseudowire emulation (EoMPLS, CESoPSN, and SAToP)

Synchronous Ethernet

 

Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) and Hierarchical VPLS (HVPLS)

IPv4 and IPv6 host connectivity

 

Pseudowire redundancy

MR-APS and mLACP

Additional Feature Licenses

The following three Cisco IOS feature-set licenses are used to activate new software functionality for ASR 900 Series routers in addition to the feature-set capabilities.

     IPSEC License: The IPSEC license allows service providers to provide security for the transmission of sensitive information over unprotected networks such as the Internet. IPSEC acts at the network layer, protecting and authenticating IP packets between participating IPSEC devices (“peers”).

One IPSEC license is required and installed in the router for IPSEC functionality to work. When you enable or disable the IPsec license, a reboot is mandatory for the system to function properly.

Regular IOS-XE Universal Software packages do not support data plane (payload) encryption. However, control plane encryption is supported with these images, with processing done in software.

A separate IOS-XE Software package is available to include payload encryption. This Software package is available for RSP3 only on ASR-903 and ASR-907.

     ATM license: Allows service providers to activate ATM functionality on Time-Division Multiplexing (TDM) interfaces when required. One license is required for each ASR 900 Series router that needs ATM functionality to be activated in the system. This includes support for ATM pseudowires over MPLS (ATMoMPLS), ATM local switching, ATM interworking, and local ATM termination. This license requires the system to have at least one T1/E1, OC-3/STM-1, or OC-12/STM-4 card installed.

     IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC license: Allows service providers to activate IEEE 1588-2008 Boundary Clock (BC) or Master Clock (MC), or both, when required. One license is required for each chassis that needs IEEE 1588-2008 BC or MC functionality to be activated in the system.

Cisco IOS XE Software Release Schedule

The Cisco IOS XE software delivery schedule allows customers to qualify releases more quickly and have a definitive release schedule for new software images. This schedule is summarized in the following highlights.

     Time-based releases: Releases are planned for delivery three times a year (every four months). New software features and hardware are introduced in each release. Releases have fewer incremental features included when compared with traditional Cisco IOS Software releases, reducing customer qualification time.

     Two release support durations: Each Cisco IOS XE Software release is classified as either a Standard Support or Extended Support release. A Standard Support release has a total engineering support lifetime of one year or 18 months starting with Release 3.18.0SP, with two or three scheduled rebuilds. The Extended Support release provides a total engineering support lifetime of two or four years, starting with Release 3.18.0SP, with four or up to 10 scheduled rebuilds. For more information about the Cisco IOS XE Software end-of-life policy and associated support milestones for specific Cisco IOS XE Software releases, visit https://www.cisco.com.

     Rebuilds scheduled at regular intervals: Rebuilds are created only for bug fixes, and no new features are included in a rebuild image. For a release rebuild schedule, visit the Cisco IOS XE Software support timeline for details.

Part Numbers for License Options and Activation Keys

Table 3 lists part numbers for Cisco ASR 900 Series software feature options.

Table 3.             Cisco ASR 900 Series Software Options

Part Number

Product Name

Feature Set License Options

SLASR902-M

Cisco ASR 902 Metro Services

SLASR902-I

Cisco ASR 902 Metro IP Services

SLASR902-A

Cisco ASR 902 Metro Aggregation Services

SLASR903-M

Cisco ASR 903 Metro Services

SLASR903-I

Cisco ASR 903 Metro IP Services

SLASR903-A

Cisco ASR 903 Metro Aggregation Services

SLASR907-M

Cisco ASR 907 Metro Services

SLASR907-I

Cisco ASR 907 Metro IP Services

SLASR907-A

Cisco ASR 907 Metro Aggregation Services

Feature Set Product Activation Keys

SLASR902-M=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro Services Paper PAK

L-SLASR902-M=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro Services E-Delivery PAK

SLASR902-I=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro IP Services Paper PAK

L-SLASR902-I=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro IP Services E-Delivery PAK

SLASR902-A=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro Aggregation Services Paper PAK

L-SLASR902-A=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro Aggregation Services E-Delivery PAK

SLASR903-M=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro Services Paper PAK

L-SLASR903-M=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro Services E-Delivery PAK

SLASR903-I=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro IP Services Paper PAK

L-SLASR903-I=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro IP Services E-Delivery PAK

SLASR903-A=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro Aggregation Services Paper PAK

L-SLASR903-A=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro Aggregation Services E-Delivery PAK

SLASR907-M=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro Services Paper PAK

L-SLASR907-M=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro Services E-Delivery PAK

SLASR907-I=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro IP Services Paper PAK

L-SLASR907-I=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro IP Services E-Delivery PAK

SLASR907-A=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro Aggregation Services Paper PAK

L-SLASR907-A=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro Aggregation Services E-Delivery PAK

Feature Set Upgrade Product Activation Keys

SLASR902-M-I=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro to Metro IP Paper PAK

SLASR902-M-A=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro to Metro Aggregation Paper PAK

SLASR902-I-A=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro IP to Metro Aggregation Paper PAK

L-SLASR902-M-I=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro to Metro IP E-Delivery PAK

L-SLASR902-M-A=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro to Metro Aggregation E-Delivery PAK

L-SLASR902-I-A=

Cisco ASR 902 Metro IP to Metro Aggregation E-Delivery PAK

SLASR903-M-I=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro to Metro IP Paper PAK

SLASR903-M-A=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro to Metro Aggregation Paper PAK

SLASR903-I-A=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro IP to Metro Aggregation Paper PAK

L-SLASR903-M-I=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro to Metro IP E-Delivery PAK

L-SLASR903-M-A=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro to Metro Aggregation E-Delivery PAK

L-SLASR903-I-A=

Cisco ASR 903 Metro IP to Metro Aggregation E-Delivery PAK

SLASR907-M-I=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro to Metro IP Paper PAK

SLASR907-M-A=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro to Metro Aggregation Paper PAK

SLASR907-I-A=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro IP to Metro Aggregation Paper PAK

L-SLASR907-M-I=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro to Metro IP E-Delivery PAK

L-SLASR907-M-A=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro to Metro Aggregation E-Delivery PAK

L-SLASR907-I-A=

Cisco ASR 907 Metro IP to Metro Aggregation E-Delivery PAK

Feature Licenses

FLSASR902-ATM

Cisco ASR 902 ATM License

FLSASR902-1588

Cisco ASR 902 IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC License

FLSASR903-ATM

Cisco ASR 903 ATM License

FLSASR903-1588

Cisco ASR 903 IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC License

FLSASR903-IPSEC

Cisco ASR 903 IPSEC License

FLSASR907-ATM

Cisco ASR 907 ATM License

FLSASR907-1588

Cisco ASR 907 IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC License

FLSASR907-IPSEC

Cisco ASR 907 IPSEC License

Feature Licenses Product Activation Keys

FLSASR902-ATM=

Cisco ASR 902 ATM License Paper PAK

L-FLSASR902-ATM=

Cisco ASR 902 ATM License E-Delivery PAK

FLSASR902-1588=

Cisco ASR 902 IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC License Paper PAK

L-FLSASR902-1588=

Cisco ASR 902 IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC License E-Delivery PAK

FLSASR903-ATM=

Cisco ASR 903 ATM License Paper PAK

L-FLSASR903-ATM=

Cisco ASR 903 ATM License E-Delivery PAK

FLSASR903-1588=

Cisco ASR 903 IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC License Paper PAK

L-FLSASR903-1588=

Cisco ASR 903 IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC License E-Delivery PAK

FLSASR903-IPSEC=

Cisco ASR 903 IPSEC License Paper PAK

FLSASR907-ATM=

Cisco ASR 907 ATM License Paper PAK

L-FLSASR907-ATM=

Cisco ASR 907 ATM License E-Delivery PAK

FLSASR907-1588=

Cisco ASR 907 IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC License Paper PAK

L-FLSASR907-1588=

Cisco ASR 907 IEEE 1588-2008 BC/MC License E-Delivery PAK

FLSASR907-IPSEC=

Cisco ASR 907 IPSEC License Paper PAK

Major Features

Table 4 lists the features supported by Cisco IOS XE in Cisco ASR 900 Series routers. Availability of features is dependent on software release, Route Switch Processor (RSP) version, and implementation schedule. Check release notes for additional details.

Table 4.             Cisco ASR 900 Series Router Software Features

Features

Ethernet Services

  Ethernet Flow Point (EFP) with support for:
   802.1q
   802.1ad
   Selective QinQ
   Inner and Outer VLAN classification
   VLAN local significance
   One VLAN tag ingress push
   Pop one VLAN tag
   Pop two VLAN tags
   Trunk-EFP construct for configuration simplification
  Ethernet Private Line (EPL) and Ethernet Virtual Private Line (EVPL) using Local Connect
  IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree (MST)
  Per VLAN Spanning Tree Plus (PVST+)
  Rapid Per VLAN Spanning Tree Plus (RPVST+)
  Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD)
  Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
  Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
  Resilient Ethernet Protocol (REP)
  ITU G.8032
  802.3ad/802.1ax Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)
  Multi-Chassis Link Aggregation Control Protocol (mLACP)
  Layer 2 Protocol Tunneling (L2PT)
  VPLS, HVPLS, Virtual Private Wire Service (VPWS), and EoMPLS
  Routed Pseudowire and Routed VPLS
  Static Multicast MAC addresses
  IGMP snooping on Ethernet Flow Point
  Link Pass Through
  Pseudowire redundancy
  Hot Standby Pseudowire
  Multi-Segment Pseudowire
  Flow Aware Transport Pseudowire (FAT PW) - RFC 6391
  Multi-Chassis Link Aggregation Group (MC-LAG)
  Ethernet loopback on EFP and Trunk EFP
  Multicast Label Distribution Protocol v4 (mLDPv4)
  Multicast Label Distribution Protocol v6 (mLDPv6)
  MAC Security
  VPLS over port-channel and bridge domain interface
  Segment Routing

TDM, SONET/SDH, OTN and ATM services

  Clear Channel and Channelized T1 and E1 ports
  Clear Channel and Channelized (cbit, unframed) T3 and E3 ports
  Channelized OC3/12/48/192 and STM-1/-4/-16/-64 ports
  High Order (HO) and Low Order (LO) SONET/SDH Switching
  Automatic Switching Protection (APS)
  Single Router Automated Protection switching (SR-APS)
  Multi-Router Automated Protection switching (MR-APS)
  Access Circuit Redundancy (ACR)
  Multiplex Section Protection (MSP)
  Unidirectional Path Switched Ring (UPSR)
  Sub Network Connection Protection (SNCP)
  SONET Data Communications Channel (SDCC)
  Line Data Communications Channel (LDCC)
  Synchronization Status Messaging (SSM)
  Optical Transport Network (OTN) (G.709)
  Pseudowire setup and maintenance using the Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) - RFC 4447
  Structure-Agnostic Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) over Packet (SAToP) - RFC 4553
  Synchronous Optical Network/Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SONET/SDH) Circuit Emulation over Packet (CEP) – RFC 4842
  Single Router Automated Protection switching (SR-APS)
  Multi-Router Automated Protection switching (MR-APS)
  Access Circuit Redundancy (ACR)
  TDM Loopbacks
  Integrated BERT Testing
  Pseudowire redundancy
  Hot Standby Pseudowire
  Multi-Segment Pseudowire
  IETF ATM PWE3 over MPLS
  ATM N:1 (N = 1) Virtual Channel Connection (VCC) cell mode and ATM N:1 (N = 1) Virtual Path (VP) Cell Relay Mode
  ATM cell packing
  ATM IMA v1.0, 1.1 on the 16 port T1/E1 and on the 4 port OC-3/STM-1 interface module
  ATM AAL0 (for AAL2 voice and data) and AAL5
  ATM Class of Service (CoS) features Constant Bit Rate (CBR) and Unspecified Bit Rate (UBR) and per virtual circuit queuing
  Egress Quality of Service (QoS) on ML-PPP, PPP, PoS and HDLC interfaces

Layer 3 and MPLS Services

  Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)
  Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
  Layer 3 routing on Routed interfaces and Bridge Domain Interfaces (BDI)
  Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) load sharing of Equal Cost Paths (ECMP)
  Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Version 2, RFC 2328
  Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Version 3, RFC 5340
  Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Version 4, RFC 4271
  BGP 4-byte Autonomous System number (ASN)
  BGP TCP Path MTU Discovery
  BGP Prefix-Independent Convergence (PIC) Edge and Core for IPv4 and MPLS VPN
  Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS) – RFC 7142
  BFD for OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, Multicast, and static routes
  BFD over Ethernet, Routed port, HDLC and PPP interfaces
  BFD for HSRP group client
  Multihop BFD
  Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)
  MPLS FlexLSP
  MPLS FlexLSP with Shared Risk Link Group (SRLG) Protection
  MPLS FlexLSP with non-revertive, sticky mode
  Ethernet VPN (EVPN) VPWS single homed
  LDP with Label Edge Router (LER) and Label Switch Router (LSR)
  MPLS L3VPN
  MPLS Transport Profile (MPLS-TP) for Ethernet, and TDM Pseudo Wires
  MPLS Traffic Engineering Fast Re-Route (TE-FRR)
  Dynamic Resource Reservation Protocol – Traffic Engineering (RSVP-TE) label allocation
  MPLS Point-to-Multipoint Traffic Engineering
  RSVP-TE Extensions for Associated Bidirectional Label Switched Paths (LSPs) – RFC 7551
  RSVP-TE Extensions to RSVP for LSP Tunnels – RFC 3209
  IP Loop Free Alternate Fast Re-Route (LFA FRR)
  Remote Loop Free Alternate Fast Re-Route (R-LFA FRR)
  Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) version 1 – RFC 1112
  IPv4 and IPv6 multicast
  PIM-SM, PIM Source Specific Multicast (PIM SSM), PIM SSM mapping
  IGMPv2 – RFC 2236
  IGMPv3 – RFC 3376
  IGMP group limiting
  Multicast Listener Discovery (MLD)
  Multicast VPN (MVPN) based on IETF Rosen Draft
  Multicast VPN (MVPN) based on Label Distribution Protocol (mLDP)
  Multicast VPN with GRE over Bridge Domain Interface (BDI)
  Segment Routing (SR)

IPv6

  Hardware based IPv6 data forwarding
  Addressing and discovery
  Manual IPv6 interface addressing
  ICMPv6 (RFC 4443)
  IPv4 and IPv6 dual stack
  IPv6 static routing
  OSPF for IPv6 (RFC 5340)
  DHCPv6 with relay function
  DHCPv6 server and client
  BFD for OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, and IPv6 static routes
  BFD on IP unnumbered interface
  IPv6 Provider Edge (6PE)
  IPv6 VPN Provider Edge (6VPE)
  IPv6 QoS

QoS

  Modular QoS CLI (MQC)
  Hierarchical QoS (HQoS)
  Port shaper and Low Latency Queuing (LLQ) in the presence of an EFP
  IEEE 802.1p Class Of Service (COS) based QoS
  Classification based on inner and outer CoS
  IP Precedence Type of Service (ToS) based QoS
  Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) based QoS
  Differentiated Services MPLS-TE per Requirements for Support of Differentiated Services-aware MPLS Traffic Engineering – RFC 3564
  Egress marking of COS, ToS, DSCP, and MPLS EXP QoS fields
  Classification using Access Control List (ACL)
  2-rate 3-color (2R3C) ingress Policing
  Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) traffic shaping
  Class-Based Weighted Fair Queuing (CBWFQ)
  Priority Queuing with up to 2 priority queues
  Weighted Random Early Detect (WRED)
  Egress shaping per queue
  Egress policing per queue
  Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP) Call Admission Protocol (CAC)

Timing

  IEEE 1588-2008 Ordinary Clock over Ethernet, IP, and MPLS
  IEEE 1588-2008 end-to-end Transparent Clock over Ethernet, IP, and MPLS
  IEEE 1588-2008 Boundary Clock over Ethernet, IP, and MPLS
  IEEE 1588-2008 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) telecom profile for frequency synchronization – ITU-T G.8265.1/Y.1365.1
  Hybrid clocking
  T1/E1 line timing
  OCn/STM-n Line Timing
  Adaptive Clock Recovery (ACR)
  Differential Clock Recovery (DCR)
  Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) ports; Time of Day (ToD), 10MHz, 1 Pulse Per Second (1PPS)
  Building Integrated Timing Supply (BITS)
  ITU-T G.781 and GR-1244-CORE/GR-253-CORE based Clock Selection
  ITU-T SyncE with Ethernet Synchronization Messaging Channel (ESMC) (G.8261, G.8262, G.8264)
  ITU-T G.8275.2 Telecom Profile
  Synchronization Status Messages (SSM) (G.781, G.707, G.704)
  SyncO Ready (under Discussion by ITU-T ST15)
  Explicit Pointer Adjustment Relay (EPAR)
  Hop-by-Hop PTP Redundancy

OAM

  IEEE 802.1ag Connectivity Fault Management (CFM) over EFP
  IEEE 802.3ah Link OAM
  MPLS Fault Management Operations, Administration, and Maintenance – RFC 6427
  MPLS Generic Associated Channel (G-Ach) – RFC 5586
  BFD Connectivity Verification per OAM Framework for MPLS-Based Transport Networks – RFC 6371
  On-demand CV/Route Tracing per Mechanism for Performing Label Switched Path Ping (LSP Ping) over MPLS Tunnels – RFC 6424
  ITU-T Y.1731 Fault Management (FM) over EFP
  ITU-T Y.1731 Performance Management (PM) over EFP for Delay Measurement (DM) and Synthetic Loss Measurement (SLM)
  ITU-T Y.1564 Ethernet Service Activation Test methodology (SAT)
  Ethernet Local Management Interface (E-LMI), as a Provider Edge (PE) device
  CFM extensions for microwave Adaptive Code Modulation (ACM) actual air bandwidth exchange
  Two-Way Active Measurement Protocol (TWAMP) with VRF support – RFC 5357

Security

  Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) with TACACS+ and RADIUS
  SSH Protocol v2
  MAC limiting per Bridge Domain (BD)
  Storm control for Port Mode
  Layer 3 Access Control Lists (ACL) for IPv4 and IPv6
  IPv4 unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (uRPF) strict mode
  MAC security
  Dynamic Arp Inspection (DAI)
  DHCP Snooping with option 82 insertion
  DHCP Option 82 Configurable Circuit ID and Remote ID
  Security Architecture for the Internet Protocol (IPSEC)
  Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) CCM Mode with IPSEC Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)
  IPSEC Internet Key Exchange (IKE), IKEv1 and IKEv2 Transform sets
  IPSEC Virtual Tunnel Interfaces
  IPSEC Encrypted Preshared Key
  IPSEC Dead Peer Detection (IKE)
  IPSEC Anti-Replay Window
  IPSEC RSA keys, Certificate Revocation List (CRL) support and certificate enrollment for PKI
  IPSEC Extended Sequence Number (ESN) support
  IPSEC feature to negotiate traffic type/port for a session
  Facilitation of generating CSR File for Certificates
  Support for X.509 certificates
  Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) – RFC 6960
  Storm Control

Manageability

  SNMP
  MIBs
  Dying Gasp message
  Embedded Event Manager (EEM)
  Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
  802.1ab Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)
  Port Level Local SPAN (SPAN)
  Port Level Remote SPAN (RSPAN)
  Cisco IOS Command Line Interface (CLI)
  Cisco Prime Network: fault, provisioning and performance management

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Service and Support

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Cisco is committed to reducing your total cost of ownership. Cisco offers a portfolio of technical support services to help ensure that Cisco products operate efficiently, remain highly available, and benefit from the most up-to-date system software. The services and support programs described in Table 5 are available as part of the Cisco Carrier Ethernet Switching Service and Support solution and are available directly from Cisco and through resellers.

Table 5.             Service and Support

Advanced Services

Features

Benefits

Cisco Total Implementation Solutions (TIS), available directly from Cisco

Cisco Packaged TIS, available through resellers

  Project management
  Site survey, configuration, and deployment
  Installation, text, and cutover
  Training
  Major moves, adds, and changes
  Design review and product staging
  Supplement existing staff
  Help ensure functions meet needs
  Mitigate risk

Cisco SP Base Support and Service Provider-Based Onsite Support, available directly from Cisco

Cisco Packaged Service Provider-Based Support, available through resellers

  24-hour access to software updates
  Web access to technical repositories
  Telephone support through the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC)
  Advance Replacement of hardware parts
  Facilitate proactive or expedited problem resolution
  Lower total cost of ownership by taking advantage of Cisco expertise and knowledge
  Reduce network downtime

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