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Cisco DNA Software for SD-WAN and Routing Ordering Guide

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Cisco SD-WAN and Routing subscription gives the flexibility to consume the latest technology, either on the Cloud or On-Premises across the entire routing stack. The Cisco Tiered-DNA subscription license include 3Y and 5Y term options. All available licenses include Cisco Software Support Service.

Cisco DNA Subscription PID nomenclature

The Cisco DNA Subscription Product part codes have a built-in structure that indicates the following:

      Management options

      Tiered Bandwidth entitlement

      Subscription tier

      Subscription term

Structure of Product ID for Cisco DNA subscription

Structure of Product ID for Cisco DNA subscription

Figure 1.            

Structure of Cisco DNA Subscription ProductID

To begin ordering Cisco DNA Software Subscriptions for SD-WAN and Routing, please follow the below steps:

Step 1: Platforms

Step 2: Software type

Step 3: Cisco DNA Software Subscription

Step 4: Smart account and Virtual account

Step 5: Services

Note:     If you are ordering the Cisco hardware along with Cisco Software Subscriptions, follow through Step-1 to Step-5. If you are ordering Cisco Software Subscriptions for already existing hardware, start from Step-3 through Step-5

Step 1: Platforms

Select the platform most appropriate for your WAN. Cisco offers a variety of hardware, virtual and cloud options, as shown in Table 1.

Table 1.        WAN platform summary

The platforms in Table-1 above can be ordered either for Cisco SD-WAN deployment or for Traditional Routing along with Cisco DNA Software Subscriptions.

Table-2 below shows all the Cisco DNA bundles that can be specifically ordered for Cisco SD-WAN deployments.

Table 2.        Platform Product IDs for Cisco SD-WAN DNA Bundles

Product Family

Product IDs

Cisco DNA Subscription Part Number

Cisco ISR1000 Series

C1111-8P-DNA

C1111-8PLTEEA-DNA

C1111-8PLTELA-DNA

C1111-4P-DNA

C1111-4PLTEEA-DNA

C1111-4PLTELA-DNA

Bundled with Cisco DNA Software Subscription

Cisco ISR1100 Series

ISR1100-4G, ISR1100X-4G

ISR1100-4GLTEGB

ISR1100-4GLTENA

ISR1100-6G, ISR1100X-6G

 

Cisco ISR4000 Series

ISR4221X-DNA1

ISR4321-DNA

ISR4331-DNA

ISR4351-DNA

ISR4431-DNA

ISR4451-DNA

ISR4461-DNA1

 

Cisco VEDGE Series

VEDGE-2000-AC-K9

VEDGE-5000-AC-K9

 

Cisco ASR1000 Series

ASR1001-X-DNA

ASR1001-HX-DNA

ASR1002-HX-DNA

ASR1006-X-DNA2

 

Cisco ENCS-5000 Series

NFV-BRANCH-MLB

 

Cisco Catalyst 8000 Series Edge platforms

C8300-DNA

C8200-DNA

C8500-DNA

C8500-12X4QC-DNA

C8500-12X-DNA

 

1ISR4421X-DNA and ISR4461-DNA bundle is targeted for second half of CY2022, however both these platforms are orderable as a la carte hardware + L-LIC-DNA-ADD
2ASR1006-X-DNA is only available from Cisco IOS-XE 17.5.1 and later releases.

The platforms in Table-3 below can be ordered as a la carte, either for Cisco SD-WAN deployment or for Traditional Routing along with Cisco DNA Software Subscriptions through L-DNA-TIER-ADD or L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD (For Cisco Industrial Routers)

Table 3.        Cisco WAN platform Product IDs supported with Cisco DNA Software Subscriptions

Product Family

Product IDs

Cisco DNA Subscription Part Number

Cisco ISR1000 Series

  C1101-4P, C1101-4PLTEP, C1101-4PLTEPW *
  C1109-4PLTE2P, C1109-4PLTE2PW *
  C1109-2PLTEGB, C1109-2PLTEUS, C1109-2PLTEVZ
  C1111-4P, C1111-4PLTEEA, C1111-4PLTELA
  C1116-4P, C1116-4PLTEEA, C1116-4PLTEW *
  C1117-4P, C1117-4PM, C1117-4PLTEEA, C1117-4PLTELA, C1117-4PMLTEEA
  C1121-4P, C1121-4PLTEP, C1121-8P, C1121X-8P, C1121-8PLTEP, C1121X-8PLTEP, C1121X-8PLTEPW *, C1121-8PLTEPW *
  C1111-8P, C1111X-8P, C1111-8PLTEEA, C1111-8PLTELA, C1111-8PW *, C1111-8PLTEEAW *, C1111-8PLTELAW *
  C1113-8PLTEEA, C1113-8PMLTEEA
  C1161X-8P, C1161X-8PLTEP, C1161-8P
  C1127-8PLTEP, C1127-8PMLTEP, C1127X-8PLTEP, C1127X-8PMLTEP

Order Cisco DNA Software Subscription through

L-DNA-TIER-ADD

Cisco ISR4000 Series

  ISR4221/K9, ISR4221X/K9
  ISR4321/K9, ISR4331/K9, ISR4351/K9
  ISR4431/K9, ISR4451-X/K9, ISR4461/K9

 

Cisco ENCS-5000 Series

  ENCS5406/K9, ENCS5408/K9, ENCS5412/K9

 

Cisco ASR1000 Series

  ASR1002-X, ASR1002-HX
  ASR1001-X, ASR1001-HX
  ASR1006-X 2

 

Cisco Catalyst 8500 series Edge Platforms

  C8500-12X4QC
  C8500-12X
  C8500L-8S4X

L-DNA-C8500

Cisco Catalyst 8300 series Edge Platforms

  C8300-2N2S-4T2X
  C8300-1N1S-4T2X
  C8300-2N2S-6T
  C8300-1N1S-6T

L-DNA-C8300

Cisco Catalyst 8200 series Edge Platforms

  C8200-1N-4T
  C8200L-1N-4T

L-DNA-C8200

Cisco Universal CPE and Cisco Catalyst 8000 series Virtualized Platforms

  C8200-UCPE-1N8
  C8000v

L-DNA-C8000v

Cisco Industrial Routers

  IR1101-K9, IR1101-A-K9
  IR1821-K9, IR1831-K9, IR1833-K9, IR1835-K9
  IR8140H-K9, IR8140H-P-K9
  ESR-6300-NCP-K9, ESR6-6300-CON-K9

L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD

W * - Refer to the ISR1000 ordering guide for more information on various Wireless-domain SKU’s: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/routers/1000-series-integrated-services-routers-isr/guide-c07-740009.html
2Please refer to Appendix-D for the supported modules on ASR1006-X

The platforms in Table-4 below lists the Software WAN platforms that can be deployed on Private or Public cloud and can be ordered only using L-DNA-TIER-ADD

Table 4.        Software WAN platform Product IDs for new deployments

Product Family

Cisco DNA Subscription Product IDs

Platform Selection

Cisco CSR 1000V

L-DNA-TIER-ADD

Choose CSR1KV-DNA-PF

Cisco vEdge Cloud

L-DNA-TIER-ADD

Choose VEDGE-CLOUD-DNA-PF

Step 2: Software Type

Cisco delivers consistent and rich Routing and Security features across multiple operating systems that run on all the platforms mentioned in Step-1. Below are three types of Cisco operating systems to choose from:

      Cisco IOS XE for traditional WAN deployments managed through Cisco DNA Center console

      Cisco IOS XE SD-WAN for SD-WAN deployments managed through Cisco vManage console

      Viptela OS* for SD-WAN deployments managed through Cisco vManage console

*All vEdge devices and ISR 1100-4G/6G devices run on this image, which is not an IOS-XE image. This Viptela OS on VEDGE and 1100-4G/6G devices is factory pre-installed and currently not user-selectable

Understanding the Cisco DNA and Cisco IOS product part codes

The Cisco IOS and subscription product part codes have a built-in structure as described below.

Structure of product ID for Cisco IOS XE image

Structure of product ID for Cisco IOS XE image

Figure 2.            

Structure of Cisco Unified Image nomenclature

Structure of product ID for IOS XE SD-WAN image

Structure of product ID for IOS XE SD-WAN image

Figure 3.            

Structure of Cisco XE-SDWAN image nomenclature

Selecting a Cisco IOS type for the SD-WAN Bundles (Cisco IOS XE-SDWAN)

For any router with a Cisco DNA Bundle (for example, ISR4331-DNA or ASR1001-HX-DNA), the choice of Cisco IOS type is limited only to Cisco IOS XE-SDWAN (which will be pre-installed at factory) and is chosen as below:

      Choose the desired Cisco DNA bundle and select Cisco IOS type under the Option class “IOS Software and Version Type”

      Choose from available IOS XE SD-WAN image versions under the Option subclass “SD-WAN Image with Payload Encryption”

Selecting a Cisco IOS type for the SD-WAN Bundles (Cisco IOS XE-SDWAN)

Figure 4.            

Choose the Software image and Type

Selecting a Cisco IOS type for the router (Cisco IOS XE-SDWAN)

For any ISR/ASR series router (for example, ISR4331/K9 or ASR1001-X), the Cisco IOS type is chosen as below:

      The customer selects the Cisco IOS type under the Option class “IOS Software and Version Type”

      If the customer prefers the IOS XE SD-WAN image, they will choose from the available versions under the Option subclass “SDWAN Image with Payload Encryption.”

      If the customer prefers the Cisco IOS XE image, they will choose from the available versions under the Option subclass “Image with Payload Encryption” or “Image with No Payload Encryption”

Selecting a Cisco IOS type for the router (Cisco IOS XE-SDWAN)

Figure 5.            

Choose the Software Image and Type

Step 3: Cisco DNA Software Subscription

Cisco DNA Software Subscription offer is constructed with four important elements:

A. Management option

B. Tiered Bandwidth entitlement

C. Subscription tier

D. Subscription term

Management option:

Cisco SD-WAN and Routing DNA subscriptions offer maximum flexibility through cloud or on-premises management options. Cloud management through the vManage console is the recommended option for customers wishing to simplify WAN deployments, accelerate digital transformation, and move toward intent-based networking.

Table 5.        Management options

Management Option

Description

Cloud management

Provides simplicity of management with Cisco vManage Cloud management software part numbers follow the Cisco DNA-C-<>-<>-<> construct (For eg: DNA-C-T1-E-3Y)

On-premises management

Manages WAN using Cisco DNA Center or vManage on-premises. On-premises management software part numbers follow the Cisco DNA-P-<>-<>-<> construct (For eg: DNA-P-T1-E-3Y). Cisco DNA Center requires an additional appliance purchase

Cisco DNA licenses for WAN provide you flexibility to move from on-premises to cloud management, and across hardware and software platforms. There is no charge for porting licenses within the same bandwidth tier. Device family classifications for Cisco ONE Software are available in the Cisco ONE Software Device Tiering Guide.

Bandwidth entitlement (Entitled throughput when selecting Bandwidth)

Cisco offers a multitude of bandwidth options so that you can purchase what’s best for your business and networking needs. The key takeaway from the figure below is that Cisco uses two bandwidth nomenclatures. Nominal and Aggregate. Nominal bandwidth is what the Product ID is based on. Aggregate bandwidth is double the nominal bandwidth. This is aligned with how service providers sell WAN bandwidth.

So let’s work through the example in the figure below. Aggregate all of your bandwidth together. Upstream. Downstream. Across all circuits. That’s your Aggregate bandwidth. In this example it’s 335 Mbps. Now divide that by two to get to a Nominal bandwidth to determine which PID is needed. In this case, you need a PID that can handle greater than 167.5 Mbps. That's the Tier 1 bandwidth PID.

What causes some confusion is highly asymmetrical usage. In this example, if you look at the sum of the downstream bandwidth, you’ll see that it alone is over 200 Mbps. One might think that the 200 Mbps license would not be enough. But it is. The Tier 1 Bandwidth PID enables 400 Mbps of aggregate bandwidth, which can be used in any upload / download ratio.

Bandwidth Level Selection Process

Figure 6.            

Bandwidth Level Selection Process

Table 6 below gives the range of Bandwidth entitlement and Subscription term options available with Cisco DNA Software Subscriptions.

Table 6.        Cisco DNA Cloud and On Premise Software subscription Product IDs

Product IDs

Bandwidth Options

Term Options

Example PID

DNA-C-<BW-tier>-E-<Term>

DNA-P-<BW-tier>-E-<Term>

BW =

  T0 = Upto 25M (Agg 50Mbps)
  T1 = Upto 200M (Agg 400Mbps)
  T2 = Upto 1G (Agg 2Gbps)
  T3 = Upto 10G (Agg 20Gbps)

Term =

  3Y
  5Y

DNA-C-T0-E-3Y

DNA-C-T0-E-5Y

DNA-P-T1-E-3Y

DNA-P-T1-E-5Y

DNA-C-<BW-tier>-A-<Term>

DNA-P-<BW-tier>-A-<Term>

 

Term =

  3Y
  5Y
  7Y

DNA-C-T1-A-3Y

DNA-C-T1-A-5Y

DNA-P-T2-A-3Y

DNA-P-T2-A-5Y

DNA-C-<BW-tier>-P-<Term>

DNA-P-<BW-tier>-P-<Term>

 

Term =

  3Y
  5Y

DNA-C-T2-P-3Y

DNA-C-T2-P-5Y

DNA-P-T3-P-3Y

DNA-P-T3-P-5Y

Note:     The numbers in the Product IDs column are not aggregated throughput number.

Subscription tiers:

Three software subscription tiers offer feature combinations tailored to your needs. Depending on the platform and deployment needs, the following subscription tiers can be chosen across all the platforms mentioned in Step-1

    Cisco DNA Premier: Product ID format is DNA-<>-<>-P-<> (eg: DNA-C-T1-P-3Y)

    Cisco DNA Advantage: Product ID format is DNA-<>-<>-A-<> (eg: DNA-C-T1-A-3Y)

    Cisco DNA Essentials: Product ID format is DNA-<>-<>-E-<> (eg: DNA-C-T1-E-3Y)

Note:     The Cisco 1000 and 4000 Series ISRs include Network Essentials or Network Advantage stack, depending on the tier purchased. ASR 1000 Series include Network Advantage only. Cisco DNA Essentials includes Network Essentials as the perpetual element. Cisco DNA Premier and Cisco DNA Advantage include Network Advantage as the perpetual element. The perpetual element is subscription neutral, meaning that it will continue to work regardless of the subscription term.

For Cisco Industrial Routers, Network Essentials/Advantage licenses (perpetual elements) are mandatory and configured as part of the hardware ordering and are not included as part of DNA subscription.

Subscription term:

With any of the Cisco Software Subscription tiers, there is a choice of 3Y and 5Y Subscription terms

    3Year, 5Year Cisco DNA Essentials: Product ID format is DNA-<>-<>-E-3Y/5Y.

    3Year, 5Year and 7Year Cisco DNA Advantage: Product ID format is DNA-<>-<>-A-3Y/5Y/7Y*

    3Year, 5Year Cisco DNA Premier: Product ID format is DNA-<>-<>-P-3Y/5Y.

*7Y term option is only available for Cisco DNA Advantage subscriptions, and is not eligible for Enterprise Agreement (EA)

Ordering Cisco Software Subscription:

Step-1: Select the Cisco Router of your choice:

A.   If you are choosing a Cisco DNA Bundle (For eg: ISR4331-DNA OR any platform from Table-2 in Step-1: Platforms Section), you can complete the ordering process along with built-in Cisco DNA subscription SKUs. You can skip Step-2.

B.   If you are choosing an a la carte Router hardware platform (For eg: ISR4221/K9 or ASR1002-X), complete the a la carte ordering process by selecting the suitable Cisco IOS type, Network Modules and add L-DNA-TIER-ADD SKU or L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD at the end.

    When purchasing a new router, if the intended use is to deploy the subscription through Cisco DNA Center, no additional Technology Package license needs to be purchased (exception: ASR 1000 platforms require selection of IP Base, which acts as the OS). All necessary feature licenses required for a subscription are included when Cisco DNA Essentials or Cisco DNA Advantage licenses are procured (through Step-2)

    Similarly, for all applicable platforms at the applicable bandwidth tiers, the required Performance/Boost/HSEC licenses are auto-included when Cisco DNA licenses are procured (through Step-2)

Note:     For Cisco Industrial Routers, Network Essentials/Advantage licenses (perpetual elements) are mandatory and configured as part of the hardware ordering and are not included as part of DNA subscription.

Refer to “Working with L-DNA-TIER-ADD” section in Step-2 below for completing the Cisco DNA Software subscriptions ordering

Step-2: Select the L-DNA-TIER-ADD or L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD SKU:

Working with L-DNA-TIER-ADD or L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD

Customers may seek to add a Cisco DNA License for SD-WAN or Traditional routing to

      A router that has already been deployed in the field

      A router that the customer intends to purchase that does not have a Cisco DNA bundle associated with it (for example, ISR4221/K9, ISR4461/K9 or ASR1001-X, but NOT platform bundles such as ISR4321-SEC/K9, ISR4351-AX/ K9 etc.)

      A Software WAN router that is intended to be deployed on either Private or Public Cloud

In these scenarios, the customer will configure the router and the subscription independently. The customer configures the router (for example, the ISR4321/K9, ISR4351/K9, or ASR1002-X) and selects the relevant Cisco IOS type as described in the section “Step-2: Software”. Finally, the customer chooses L-DNA-TIER-ADD or L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD, which provides various subscription options for each platform family as described below.

If the choice is a cloud platform or a subscription on existing hardware, the product ID shown in Table 7 is applicable.

Table 7.        WAN platform Product ID for cloud or existing deployments

Product ID

Description

L-DNA-TIER-ADD

Cisco DNA Subscription License for Routing

L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD

Cisco DNA Subscription License for IoT

Once you have selected the above product ID, select the platform for which you need to order the Cisco DNA Subscription (See Table 8 below)

Table 8.        Platform licenses for L-LIC-DNA-ADD and L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD for cloud or existing deployments

Platform License

Part Number

Description

ENCS 5000

ENCS5400-DNA-PF

5400 ENCS platform for Cisco DNA

VEDGE Cisco DNA

VEDGE-2000-DNA-PF

vEdge 2000 platform for Cisco DNA

VEDGE-5000-DNA-PF

vEdge 5000 platform for Cisco DNA

VEDGE-CLOUD-DNA-PF

vEdge Cloud platform for Cisco DNA

ISR 1000

C1100-8P-DNA-PF

1100 ISR 8-port platform for Cisco DNA

C1100-4P-DNA-PF

ISR1100 4-Port platform for Cisco DNA

C1100SV-8P-DNA-PF

ISR1100 SV 8 Port 1121, 1126, 1127, 1161 platforms for DNA

C1100SV-4P-DNA-PF

ISR1100SV 4-Port Platform Selection for DNA

ISR 1100 (Viptela OS)

ISR1100-4G-DNA-PF

ISR1100 platform for Cisco DNA for ISR1100-4G

ISR1100-6G-DNA-PF

ISR1100 platform for Cisco DNA for ISR1100-6G

ISR1100-4GLTE-PF

ISR1100 4GLTE Platform Selection for SDWAN

ISR 4220

ISR4220-DNA-PF

4200 ISR platform for Cisco DNA

ISR 4300

ISR4320-DNA-PF

ISR4330-DNA-PF

ISR4350-DNA-PF

4300 ISR platform for Cisco DNA

ISR 4400

ISR4430-DNA-PF

ISR4450-DNA-PF

ISR4460-DNA-PF

4400 ISR platform for Cisco DNA

ASR 1001X

ASR1001X-DNA-PF

ASR 1001-X platform for Cisco DNA

ASR 1001HX

ASR1001HX-DNA-PF

ASR 1001-HX platform for Cisco DNA

ASR 1002X

ASR1002X-DNA-PF

ASR 1002-X platform for Cisco DNA

ASR 1002HX

ASR1002HX-DNA-PF

ASR 1002-HX platform for Cisco DNA

ASR 1006X

ASR1006X-DNA-PF

ASR 1006X platform for Cisco DNA

ASR 1009X

ASR1009X-AUTO-PF

ASR 1009X platform for Cisco DNA Routing (no SD-WAN support)

CSR 1000V

CSR1KV-DNA-PF

CSR 1000V Cisco DNA subscription

IR1101

IR1101-PF

IR1101 platform for Cisco DNA

IR1800

IR1800-PF

IR1800 platform for Cisco DNA

IR8100

IR8100-PF

IR8100 platform for Cisco DNA

ESR6300

ESR6300-PF

ESR6300 platform for Cisco DNA

      Select the SKU for the subscription L-DNA-TIER-ADD or L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD

      Select the platform family against which the subscription is expected to be purchased from one of the platform selection categories, as shown below

Platform selection categories

Figure 7.            

Choose the Platform

      Select the intended deployment use case from the category “Software Mode”, using one of the options from below:

    IOSXE-CTRL-MODE-PF: Choose this if your deployment use case is SD-WAN (irrespective on On-prem or Cloud) and the management is through VMANAGE

    IOSXE-AUTO-MODE-PF: Choose this if your deployment use case is Traditional Routing (management is through DNACENTER)

Software Mode

Figure 8.            

Choose the Deployment mode

      Select the appropriate Tiered bandwidth for the product family chosen. Refer to Table-9 for the appropriate Bandwidth selections

Table 9 below lists the bandwidth tiers available for each platform.

Table 9.        Cisco DNA Subscription Bandwidth tiers by platform

Cisco DNA Software Applicability Matrix

ENT Routing Platforms

SD-WAN

Traditional Routing

T0
(up to 25M, 50M agg)

T1
(up to 200M, 400M agg)

T2
(up to 1G, 2G agg)

T3
(up to 10G, 20G agg)

VEDGE

VEDGE-2000

Y

N

 

VEDGE-5000

Y

N

 

VEDGE-CLOUD

Y

N

 

ISR1K

C1100-4P & C1100SV-4P

Y

Y

 

 

C1100-8P & C1100SV-8P

Y

Y

 

 

ISR1100-4G

Y

N

 

 

ISR1100-6G

Y

N

 

ISR4K

ISR4220

Y

Y

 

 

ISR4320

Y

Y

 

 

ISR4330

Y

Y

 

ISR4350

Y

Y

 

ISR4430

Y

Y

 

ISR4450

Y

Y

 

ISR4460

Y

Y

 

ASR1K

ASR1001-X

Y

Y

 

 

ASR1002-X

Y

Y

 

 

ASR1001-HX

Y

Y

 

 

 

ASR1002-HX

Y

Y

 

 

 

ASR1006-X

Y

Y

 

 

 

ASR1009-X

N

Y

 

 

 

VNF

CSR1KV

Y

Y

ENCS5400

Y

Y

 

IR1101

IR1101-K9

Y

Y

 

 

IR1101-A-K9

Y

Y

 

 

IR1800

IR1821-K9

Y

Y

 

IR1831-K9

Y

Y

 

IR1833-K9

Y

Y

 

IR1835-K9

Y

Y

 

IR8100

IR8140H-K9

Y

Y

 

IR8140H-P-K9

Y

Y

 

ESR6300

ESR-6300-NCP-K9

Y

Y

 

ESR-6300-CON-K9

Y

Y

 

=Essentials =Advantage =Premier
*Only fixed chassis of ASR1000 family supports Cisco SD-WAN DNA subscriptions

Ordering Enforced Encryption (HSEC) License

Federal regulations mandate that all encrypted traffic greater than 250Mbps(T1) be provisioned through a separate license – the HSEC License. The HSEC License is required purely for increasing the crypto throughput and tunnel scale, irrespective of SD-WAN or Traditional routing deployments. The following examples demonstrate how the HSEC licenses maybe provisioned for different scenarios.

Scenario 1 - Purchasing subscription in conjunction with the platform using the Cisco DNA bundles (eg: ISR4331-DNA, C1111-8P-DNA)

      In this scenario, a platform specific HSEC license is auto-included at $0 with each Cisco DNA subscription that is equal to or exceeds Tier-1(T1).

      For a Cisco DNA subscription license less than Tier-1(T1), if you wish to procure HSEC license to increase the tunnel scale, it can be done so by selecting the HSEC license under the bundle as a $$ item.

Scenario 2 - Purchasing subscription for an existing Router using the L-DNA-TIER-ADD top level SKU (eg: ISR4221/K9, C1117-4P and a subscription using L-DNA-TIER-ADD)

      In this scenario, a platform specific HSEC license is auto-included at $0 with each Cisco DNA subscription that is equal to or exceeds Tier-1(T1).

      For a Cisco DNA subscription license less than Tier-1(T1), if you wish to procure HSEC license to increase the tunnel scale, it can be done so by buying the platform specific SPARE HSEC license as a $$ item.

For Cisco Industrial Routers, where applicable, HSEC licenses are ordered as part of the Hardware ordering.

Cisco SD-WAN Security applicability matrix

The core security features—Enterprise Firewall with Application awareness and DNS Security Monitoring—are supported in all platforms listed in the Cisco SD-WAN applicability matrix. (Note that vEdge routers support only zone-based firewall.)

The following advanced security features require a minimum of 8-GB memory and 8-GB boot flash on all platforms:

1.     Intrusion prevention system

2.     URL filtering

3.     Advanced Malware Protection (AMP and ThreatGrid)

Table 10.     Cisco SD-WAN security features applicability matrix

Platforms/Features

Ent FW

Ent FW App Awareness

IPS

URL Filtering

AMP and TG

DNS/weblayer security

vEdge - (2000 and 5000)

Y

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Y

CSR1000V

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

ISRv (ENCS)

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

ISR 4000 (4461, 4451, 4431, 4351, 4331, 4321, 4221x)

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

ISR 1100 (ISR1100-4G, ISR1100-6G)

Y

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Y

ISR1100X (ISR1100X-4G, ISR1100X-6G)

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

ISR 1000X (1111X, 1121X, 1126X,1127X,1161X)

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

ASR1K (1001-HX, 1002-HX, 1001-X, 1002-X, 1006-X)

Y

Y

N/A

N/A

N/A

Y

C8300 & C8200 platforms

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

C8500 platforms

Y

Y

N/A

N/A

N/A

Y

C8000v

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Industrial Routers (4GB RAM)

  IR1101-K9
  IR1101-A-K9
  ESR-6300-NCP-K9
  ESR-6300-CON-K9
  IR1821-K9
  IR1831-K9
  IR1833-K9

Y

Y

N/A

N/A

N/A

Y

Industrial Routers (8 GB RAM)

  IR1835-K9
  IR8140H-K9
  IR8140-P-K9

Y

Y

Y
(Roadmap)

Y
(Roadmap)

Y
(Roadmap)

Y

Notes:

1.     CSR 1000V supports URL Filtering, AMP and DNS Security only in on-premise deployment. The Cisco ISRv and Cisco CSR 1000V need four vCPU and a minimum of 8GB RAM and 8GB bootflash.

2.     URL filtering is supported with cloud lookup only with 8GB. 16GB is required for on-box URL database download and lookup.

Step 4: Smart account and Virtual account

Cisco Smart Licensing is a flexible licensing model that provides you with an easier, faster, and more consistent way to purchase and manage software across the Cisco portfolio and across your organization. And it’s secure – you control what users can access. With Smart Licensing you get:

      Easy Activation: Smart Licensing establishes a pool of software licenses that can be used across the entire organization—no more PAKs (Product Activation Keys).

      Unified Management: My Cisco Entitlements (MCE) provides a complete view into all of your Cisco products and services in an easy-to-use portal, so you always know what you have and what you are using.

      License Flexibility: Your software is not node-locked to your hardware, so you can easily use and transfer licenses as needed.

To use Smart Licensing, you must first set up a Smart Account on Cisco Software Central (software.cisco.com).

For a more detailed overview on Cisco Licensing, go to cisco.com/go/licensingguide

An end-user smart account and virtual account are mandatory for the Cisco SD-WAN ordering process. Cisco SD-WAN requires a unique identifier to auto-provision hardware devices for end customers. Since Smart Accounts and Virtual Accounts are both unique and partner-enabled, they provide a convenient mechanism for provisioning the Cisco SD-WAN solution. (Note: SD-WAN will be provisioned on Cisco routers using Smart Accounts.)

For the Cisco SD-WAN solution, Virtual Accounts are aligned to a customer overlay and the devices that should be associated with the overlay. Failure to provide a Virtual Account during ordering will result in a delay in device provisioning.

Each Smart Account can have multiple Virtual Accounts. If the customer has two customer overlays, they would have two different Virtual Accounts. Managed Services Providers (MSPs) will create a Smart Account and be the Smart Account owner. The MSP would then need to create a Virtual Account for every end customer (or tenant), assuming that each end customer has a specific overlay.

      Step 1: Create a Smart Account (one-time operation)

    Go to https://software.cisco.com/software/company/smartaccounts/home#accountcreation-account

    Don’t use email addresses in the Smart Account name. A Smart Account name can have A-Z, a-z, 0-9, and _

    Example Smart Account format: <MSP>_SD-WAN or <Customer-Name>_SD-WAN

      Step 2: Create Virtual Accounts (one is needed for every tenant)

    Go to Manage Smart Accounts at https://software.cisco.com/#module/accountdetails

    Click “New Virtual Account”

    Don’t use email addresses in the Virtual Account name. A Virtual Account name can have A-Z, a-z, 0-9, and _. Virtual Account names can be a maximum of 32 characters

    The Virtual Account name is the Org ID. The Org ID is used in the certificate Org Name

    Example Virtual Account format: For an MSP tenant, <END-CUSTOMER>_PROD

      Step 3: Go to CCW and start ordering

    https://apps.cisco.com/ccw/cpc/estimate/create

    Ensure that the Smart Account and Virtual Account details are populated via “Assign Smart Account”

When ordering in Cisco Commerce Workspace (CCW), the end customer’s Smart Account and Virtual Account can be added at the line level or at the header level and applied to all applicable Smart items on the order.

Cisco Commerce Workspace

Figure 9.            

Furnishing SA/VA details

Partners who have placed the order using a holding account can add the end customer’s Smart Account and Virtual Account details after order submission. Please click here for a training video on reassigning an order from a partner holding account to the end customer’s smart account.

Smart Account and Virtual Account

Figure 10.         

Furnishing SA/VA details

The end customer’s email address is essential for Cisco SD-WAN orders. In the case of cloud deployments, details on vManage will be sent to this email address.

Cisco SD-WAN

Step 5: Services

Cisco Customer Experience Technical Services for SD-WAN

We recommend that Cisco SD-WAN customers purchase Cisco Solution Support for both hardware and SD-WAN license support.

Cisco Embedded Support is included with the purchase of the Cisco SD-WAN software subscription. Cisco Embedded Support provides access to Cisco technical support online or by phone.

Cisco Embedded Support includes:

    Access to support and troubleshooting via online tools and web case submission. Case severity or escalation guidelines are not applicable

    Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) access 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to assist by telephone, or web case submission and online tools with application software use and troubleshooting issues

    Entitlement to maintenance releases and software updates for SD-WAN software only. The Support for the hardware platform OS, along with OS updates, is covered by the support contract on the hardware.

    Access to www.cisco.com This system provides the customer with helpful technical and general information on Cisco products, as well as access to Cisco’s online Software Center library

No additional products or fees are required to receive these services with a software subscription. Hardware support must be purchased separately and is not covered as part of the embedded SW support contract.

Recommended: Cisco Solution Support with Smart Net Total Care

Cisco Solution Support is an essential element of Cisco DNA as it helps customers maintain its performance, reliability, and return on investment

Solution Support provides:

    Centralized support from a primary point of contact

    Priority access and response from a solution expert

    Addresses Cisco and Solution Support Partner products

    Coordination between Cisco and Solution Support Partner product support teams

    Accountability for issue management and resolution

When purchased on the hardware, it also covers any issues encountered with the Cisco SD-WAN software hosted on that hardware platform Refer to the service description for more detailed information regarding Cisco Solution Support.

    Cisco Solution Support with Cisco Smart Net Total Care® Service

You can learn more about Cisco Solution Support at www.cisco.com/go/solutionsupport.

Steps for ordering a WAN subscription on the Cisco Enterprise Network Compute System (ENCS)

In this section we will go over the subscription ordering process for the ENCS. The Enterprise NFV solution is ordered through term-based subscription licenses that may be purchased with a 3- or 5-year duration. At the time of ordering, you may choose a Cisco DNA Licensing for SD-WAN and Routing start date that is independent of the hardware ship date.

The ordering process for routing subscriptions on the ENCS hardware is structured using a multiline bundle. This bundle provides the flexibility to choose the appropriate software stack and the corresponding hardware stack to run it on.

To order the SD-Branch solution, use the NFV-BRANCH-MLB top-level part number, as shown in Table 10.

Table 11.     Enterprise NFV solution top-level Product ID

Product ID

Description

NFV-BRANCH-MLB

NFV multiline bundle for software and hardware options

NFV-BRANCH-MLB is the top-level multiline part number and can be used as the starting point for both the software subscription licenses and the Cisco ENCS hardware options. Table 11 covers the sub options under NFV-BRANCH-MLB.

Table 12.     Sub options under NFV-BRANCH-MLB

Product IDs

Description

Software licenses

L-DNA-TIER-ADD

Software subscription licenses

Hardware

ENCS5412/K9

5412 Enterprise Network Compute System (12-core, 1.5 GHz Intel® CPU, 16 GB DRAM)

ENCS5408/K9

5408 Enterprise Network Compute System (8-core, 2.0 GHz Intel CPU, 16 GB DRAM)

ENCS5406/K9

5406 Enterprise Network Compute System (6-core, 1.9 GHz Intel CPU, 16 GB DRAM)

Ordering software subscription licenses for the Cisco 5000 Series ENCS

L-DNA-TIER-ADD is a container for all of the term subscription licenses for the 5000 Series ENCS solution. These software licenses are common to all ENCS platforms. The ENCS platforms have been grouped together under the Hardware category.

The WAN licenses include choices along four main dimensions: preferred choice of management, bandwidth-tiers, term, and feature packages.

For ENCS deployments, choosing on-premises or cloud SKUs will entitle the end user to Cisco DNA Center licenses, as the instantiation of virtual network functions on the ENCS is orchestrated via Cisco DNA Center.

Performance options on the ENCS range from 25 Mbps(T1) to 500 Mbps(T2). This selection maps to the Cisco Integrated Services Virtual Router (ISRv) and IOS XE SD-WAN throughput licenses. When using L-DNA-TIER-ADD, you must choose the platform license. The platform license determines the throughputs supported on the underlying hardware. Table 12 lists the throughput licenses supported on the ENCS platforms.

Table 13.     Throughputs supported on the ENCS platforms

Platform

Throughputs supported

5400ENCS

T1 (up to 200M, 400M agg)

T2 (up to 1G, 2G agg)

Ordering ENCS hardware options

Table 15 lists the various hardware options available for the Enterprise NFV solution for deployment at the branches or remote sites. The hardware platform requirements must be derived from the software components that it hosts. Its resources must not only exceed the sum of the individual VNF requirements, but also leave room for future growth. While each hardware platform is unique in its own way, each has three basic common resources – CPU cores, memory, and disk capacity – that must be considered individually.

The ordering tool does not verify the VNF requirements at this time. For the purposes of sizing in this document, the terms “core,” “vCPU,” and “physical CPU core” are considered equivalent.

Software selection choices on the ENCS

Software subscription licenses are ordered via L-DNA-TIER-ADD, as described in the previous section. On the ENCS hardware you will have to select either the ISRv (non-SD-WAN) or ISRv XE SD-WAN image binary and version.

Note:

1.     Selecting this instance does not license the VNF. This ensures only that the right code is loaded onto the hardware

2.     ISRv XE SD-WAN is supported on all 5400 ENCS platforms

Table 14 lists the supported ENCS platforms.

Table 14.     Hardware platforms supported on the ISRv 16.9 – SD-WAN XE

Model

Description

ENCS 5412/K9

5412 Enterprise Network Compute System (12-core, 1.5 GHz Intel CPU, 16 GB DRAM)

ENCS 5408/K9

5408 Enterprise Network Compute System (8-core, 2.0 GHz Intel CPU, 16 GB DRAM)

ENCS5406/K9

5406 Enterprise Network Compute System (6-core, 1.9 GHz Intel CPU, 16 GB DRAM)

NIMs on the ENCS with ISRv 16.9.1 XE SD-WAN

A limited number of Network Interface Modules (NIMs) are supported on the ENCS when using ISRv XE SD-WAN 16.9 on the ENCS. Table 14 lists the modules supported on the 5400 ENCS.

Table 15.     NIMs supported with ISRv XE SD-WAN 16.9 on the 5400 ENCS

Type of Interface

NIMs

4G-LTE

NIM-LTEA-EA

NIM-LTEA-LA

T1/E1

NIM-1MFT-T1/E1

NIM-2MFT-T1/E1

NIM-4MFT-T1/E1

NIM-8MFT-T1/E1

ISRv 16.9.1 (non-SD-WAN) is supported on all ENCS platforms. Table 15 lists the supported ENCS platforms.

Table 16.     Hardware platforms supported on the ISRv 16.9.1

Model

Description

ENCS 5412/K9

5412 Enterprise Network Compute System (12-core, 1.5 GHz Intel CPU, 16 GB DRAM)

ENCS 5408/K9

5408 Enterprise Network Compute System (8-core, 2.0 GHz Intel CPU, 16 GB DRAM)

ENCS 5406/K9

5406 Enterprise Network Compute System (6-core, 1.9 GHz Intel CPU, 16 GB DRAM)

Further, additional NIMs are supported with ISRv 16.9 (non-SD-WAN), as shown in Table 16.

Table 17.     NIMs supported with ISRv 16.9 on the 5400 ENCS

Type of Interface

NIMs NIM-4G-

4G-LTE

LTE-NA NIM-4G-

LTE-VZ NIM-4G-

LTE-GA NIM-

4G-LTE-ST

NIM-4G-LTE-LA

NIM-LTEA-EA

NIM-LTEA-LA

T1/E1

NIM-1MFT-T1/E1

NIM-2MFT-T1/E1

NIM-4MFT-T1/E1

NIM-8MFT-T1/E1

NIM-1CE1T1-PRI

NIM-2CE1T1-PRI

NIM-8CE1T1-PRI

Appendix-A: Cisco SD-WAN Subscription Opt-out

All Cisco DNA bundled routers have to be ordered with a mandatory subscription attach. However, there can be exceptions as mentioned below:

    Customer has a valid Enterprise License Agreement (EA)

    Managed Service Providers (MSPs) who would opt for MSLA construct

In order to accommodate such type of orders, there is an option for “Opting out of DNA Subscriptions” by selecting the appropriate DNA-OPTOUT SKU under all the Cisco DNA Bundled routers, and can be chosen as shown below:

    Under the Cisco DNA hardware bundle, select the Option class “DNA OPT OUT” and select one of the below appropriate opt-out SKU’s

Table 18.     Cisco DNA subscription opt-out options

PID

Description

DNA-SDWAN-EA

Subscription: Enterprise Agreement Use Only

DNA-SDWAN-MSLA

Subscription: MSLA Use Only

Appendix-B: Modules supported in SD-WAN on the 4000 Series ISRs

The following modules are supported for the 4000 Series ISRs:

Table 19.     Cisco SD-WAN module compatibility matrix for Cisco ISR4000 series

NIM-1GE-CU-SFP

NIM-2GE-CU-SFP

SM-X-6X1G

SM-X-4X1G-1X10G

NIM-1MFT-T1/E1

NIM-2MFT-T1/E1

NIM-4MFT-T1/E1

NIM-8MFT-T1/E1

NIM-LTEA-EA

NIM-LTEA-LA

NIM-1T

NIM-2T

NIM-4T

UCS-EN120S-M2/K9

UCS-EN140N-M2/K9

UCSE-140S-M2/K9

UCSE-160D-M2/K9

UCSE-180D-M2/K9

NIM-1CE1T1-PRI

NIM-2CE1T1-PRI

NIM-8CE1T1-PRI

NIM-ES2-4

NIM-ES2-8

NIM-ES2-8-P

SM-X-NIM-ADPTR

NIM-VAB-A

NIM-VAB-M

NIM-VA-B

NIM-4SHDSL-EA

UCSE-160S-M3/K9

UCSE-180D-M3/K9

UCSE-1120D-M3/K9

NIM-2FXO

NIM-4FXO

NIM-2FXSP

NIM-4FXSP

NIM-2FXS/4FXOP

SM-X-24FXS/4FXO

SM-X-16FXS/2FXO

SM-X-8FXS/12FXO

SM-X-72FXS

NIM-PVDM-32

NIM-PVDM-64

NIM-PVDM-128

NIM-PVDM-256

SM-X-PVDM-500

SM-X-PVDM-1000

SM-X-PVDM-2000

SM-X-PVDM-3000

The following crypto modules are required for the ASR 1000 Series routers:

    ASR1001HX-IPSECHW, for the ASR 1001-HX

    ASR1002HX-IPSECHW, for the ASR 1002-HX

Appendix-C: Ordering the new Cisco Catalyst 8000 series Edge Platforms

The Cisco Catalyst 8000 series Edge platforms needs to be ordered with mandatory Cisco DNA subscriptions for either SD-WAN or Traditional Routing deployments. For more details on how to order these platforms and the applicable Cisco DNA subscriptions, please refer to the links below:

1)     Ordering Cisco Catalyst 8300/8200 series Edge platforms

2)     Ordering Cisco Catalyst 8500 series Edge platforms

3)     Ordering Cisco Catalyst 8000 series UCPE and C8000v Virtualized platforms

Appendix-D: Ordering SD-WAN subscriptions on ASR1006-X

Starting with Cisco IOS-XE 17.5.1, ASR1006-X platform can also be ordered with SD-WAN Cisco DNA subscriptions. The Cisco DNA subscriptions applicable on this platform is a Tiered-Subscription (T3-Advantage OR T3-Premier). Please use the below table to compare the various aggregation routers and their respective subscriptions available.

Table 20.     Cisco DNA subscription applicability matrix for Aggregation platforms

Aggregation Platforms

1G
(up to 2G agg)

2.5G
(up to 5G agg)

5G
(up to 10G agg)

10G
(up to 20G agg)

T2
(up to 1G, 2G agg)

T3
(up to 10G, 20G agg)

ASR1001-X

ASR1002-X

 

 

ASR1001-HX

ASR1002-HX

ASR1006-X

 

 

C8500-12X4QC

 

 

 

 

 

C8500-12X

 

 

 

 

 

C8500L-8S4X

 

 

 

 

=Essentials =Advantage =Premier

Note:     The T3 subscription license on ASR1006-X entitles the customer to the maximum platform throughput for SD-WAN.

There are broadly two ways to order this platform as outlined below.

Option-1: Ordering ASR1006-X-DNA as a greenfield SD-WAN router

ASR1006-X can be ordered as an “SD-WAN only” bundled with Cisco DNA subscriptions through a top-level SKU “ASR1006-X-DNA”. In this bundle the ASR1006-X chassis comes with the following default hardware configuration

1.     One Cisco ASR Route Processor 3 (RP3)

a.   Comes with a default 8GB DRAM (upgradeable upto 64GB)

b.   Comes with a default 100GB SSD (upgradeable upto 400GB)

2.     One Cisco ASR1000 Embedded Services Processor X, 200G (ESP200-X)

3.     Optionally one/two ASR1000 100G Modular Interface Processor

a.   Each MIP slot can be optionally configured with upto two EPA’s

4.     Cisco DNA SD-WAN Subscription options

a.   A Tier-3 Cisco DNA Advantage Cloud/On-Prem license (3Y/5Y/7Y)

b.   A Tier-3 Cisco DNA Premier Cloud/On-Prem license (3Y/5Y)

Below are the some of the ordering screenshots of ASR1006-X-DNA

Step 1.    Select the universal IOS-XE image, required DRAM, HDD and Power supply options

Select the universal IOS-XE image

Figure 11.         

Ordering selections for ASR10006-X-DNA

Step 2.    (Optional) Select the MIP100 and EPA’s

(Optional) Select the MIP100 and EPA’s

Figure 12.         

Optional selections for ASR1006-X-DNA

Step 3.    Choose the Cisco DNA SD-WAN subscription license

Choose the Cisco DNA SD-WAN subscription license

Figure 13.         

Ordering Cisco DNA subscriptions with ASR1006-X-DNA

Option-2: Ordering Brownfield SD-WAN subscriptions for ASR1006-X using L-DNA-TIER-ADD

This option is applicable only if the ASR1006-X hardware is already purchased. You can buy the Cisco DNA SD-WAN subscription license using the top-level SKU “L-DNA-TIER-ADD”. For more information on supported hardware, please refer to the Option-1 section above.

Step 1.    Under L-DNA-TIER-ADD, make the platform selection of ASR1006-X-DNA-PF and the software mode as IOSXE-CTRL-MODE-PF

Under L-DNA-TIER-ADD

Figure 14.         

Ordering Cisco DNA subscriptions for ASR1006-X

Step 2.    Choose the Cisco DNA SD-WAN subscription license

Choose the Cisco DNA SD-WAN subscription license

Figure 15.         

Ordering Cisco DNA subscriptions for ASR1006-X

Appendix-E: Cisco DNA ordering and license management on the 4000 Series ISRs

When the customer wishes to buy a Cisco DNA License for either SD-WAN or Routing and orders.

      Cisco DNA Essentials, Advantage, or Premier with bandwidth tier less than or equal to the factory default of the platform, no performance or Booster license will be fulfilled. Customer is expected to run the platform at the purchased bandwidth tier.

      Cisco DNA Essentials, Advantage, or Premier with bandwidth tier greater than the factory default but less than the bandwidth provided by the High- Performance license (Booster license) of the platform, a performance license is auto-included at the time of order and the customer does not need to order it. Additionally, if the bandwidth (post-encryption) is greater than 250Mbps(T1), a platform specific HSEC license for the relevant platform is auto-included.

      Cisco DNA Essentials, Advantage, or Premier with bandwidth tier greater than the High-Performance license of the platform, but less than or equal to the maximum subscription bandwidth permitted for the platform, a BOOST license is auto-included to the order and the customer does not need to order it. Additionally, if the bandwidth (post-encryption) is greater than 250Mbps(T1), a platform specific HSEC license for the relevant platform is auto-included.

      Cisco DNA Essentials, Advantage, or Premier - no additional Technology Packages need to be ordered. Every Cisco DNA license comes with a term-based DNA-stack entitlement (for SD-WAN) and a perpetual Network-stack entitlement (for Routing). The perpetual network-stack included with Essentials/Advantage/Premier will have the right technology package feature-sets packaged with it (for ex: SECK9, UCK9, APPX).

      If the Cisco DNA license is consumed in a Traditional Routing fabric, only the Network stack is consumed and is for perpetuity to the customer.

      If the Cisco DNA license is consumed in a SD-WAN fabric, only the DNA-stack is consumed and is term-based to the customer. In other words, customer has to stay in active subscription to avail all benefits of continuous innovation on SD-WAN.

      If the platform is deployed in SD-WAN mode, Performance/Boost licenses have no relevance. In SD-WAN mode, customer is only entitled to the Cisco DNA bandwidth tier purchased, irrespective of the underlying platform supporting higher throughput.

      Unified Communications is now also supported on SD-WAN fabric and is packaged into the Cisco DNA Essentials and Cisco DNA Advantage. Cisco DNA Essentials only supports basic CUBE (without DSP services) whereas Rich voice services and integration with SRST /FXO/FXS/DSP modules are the prime focus on the Cisco DNA Advantage tier. In the SD-WAN mode, the singalling protocol is limited to SIP only, however traditional routing mode supports all call-control signaling protocols that is currently supported.

Appendix-F: Cisco DNA subscriptions (numerical Bandwidth based)

The older numerical-bandwidth based Cisco DNA subscriptions will be migrating to the Tiered-bandwidth based Cisco DNA subscriptions. To facilitate smoother migration, both will be available to order at the same time, however customers are advised to purchase the Tiered-Bandwidth based Cisco DNA subscriptions.

There is no functionality change or impact with one versus another. Tiered-Bandwidth subscriptions brings consistency with the entire Routing portfolio. Below is the Cisco DNA applicability matrix based on numerical bandwidth.

Table 21.     Cisco DNA applicability matrix based on bandwidth level

Platform

 

SD-WAN

Traditional Routing

10 Mbps

15 Mbps

25 Mbps

50 Mbps

100 Mbps

250 Mbps

500 Mbps

1 Gbps

2.5 Gbps

5 Gbps

10 Gbps

VEDGE

VEDGE-100

Y

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VEDGE-1000

Y

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

VEDGE-2000

Y

N

 

 

 

 

 

VEDGE-5000

Y

N

 

 

 

 

VEDGE-CLOUD

Y

N

 

 

 

ISR1K

C1100-4P & C1100SV-4P

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

C1100-8P & C1100SV-8P

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISR1100-4G

Y

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISR1100-6G

Y

N

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISR4K

ISR4220

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISR4320

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISR4330

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISR4350

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISR4430

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISR4450

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

ISR4460

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

ASR1K

ASR1001-X

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASR1002-X

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASR1001-HX

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASR1002-HX

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASR1000ESP40

N

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASR1000ESP100

N

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ASR1000ESP200

N

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VNF

CSR1KV

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

ENCS5100

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENCS5400

Y

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

= Essentials = Advantage = Premier

Appendix-G: Ordering DNA subscriptions for Cisco Industrial Routers

Cisco DNA subscriptions for Cisco Industrial Routers can be ordered through L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD. The ordering process is similar to the ordering process used with the L-DNA-TIER-ADD SKU.

Step 1: Select the Cisco Industrial Router of your choice

Complete the a la carte hardware ordering process (i.e: IR1101-K9 or IR1821-K9) by selecting the suitable Cisco IOS type, Software Mode (Autonomous or SDWAN boot up mode), Network Essentials/Advantage perpetual licenses, Network Modules and accessories.

Step-2: Add L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD SKU:

L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD provides various subscription options for each platform.

      After adding L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD SKU, select the platform family against which the subscription is expected to be purchased from one of the platform selection categories, as shown below:

Add L-LIC-DNA-IOT-ADD SKU:

Figure 16.         

Ordering Cisco DNA subscriptions for IoT platforms

      Select the intended deployment usecase from the category “Software Mode”, using one of the options from below:

    IOSXE-CTRL-MODE-PF: Choose this if your deployment use-case is SD-WAN (irrespective on On-prem or Cloud) and the management is through VMANAGE

    IOSXE-AUTO-MODE-PF: Choose this if your deployment use-case is Traditional Routing (management is through DNACENTER)

Software Mode

Figure 17.         

Deployment mode options

      Select the appropriate Tiered bandwidth for the product family chosen. Refer to table 9 for the appropriate bandwidth selections on IoT Platforms.

Note:     For Cisco Industrial Routers, Network Essentials/Advantage (perpetual elements) are mandatory and configured as part of the hardware ordering.

It is recommended that the DNA subscription tier selected aligns with the closest perpetual license bandwidth ordered with the hardware (i.e: Perpetual DEF license with DNA Tier 0 subscription, Perpetual PERF license with DNA T1 subscription and Perpetual BOOST license with DNA Tier 2 subscription).

 

 

 

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