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About Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway


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Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway are terminal servers that provides asynchronous connections to the console ports for Cisco devices.

Table 1. Base Models of the Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway

Base Models

Asynchronous Ports

NIM Slot

Switch

Memory

C1100TG-1N32A

32

Yes

None

2GB Dram/ 4GB flash

C1100TG-1N24P32A

32

Yes

24 port L2 Switch

4GB Dram/ 4GB flash

C1100TGX-1N24P32A

32

Yes

24 port L2 Switch

8GB Dram/ 8GB flash


Note

Cisco IOS XE Cupertino 17.8.1a is the first release for Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway in the Cisco IOS XE Cupertino 17.8.x release series.


New and Enhanced Hardware and Software Features

New and Changed Hardware Information

The following are the new hardware features in Cisco 1100 Terminal Gateway in the 17.2 release:

  • Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway - The Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway are based on Cisco IOS XE Amsterdam 17.2 release, multi-core data plane and 4 core CPU. The Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway are in two platform series. The base model has a 32 async ports with 2 GB memory, the plus model has 32 ports, 24 L2 switch and 4GB or 8GB memory to support programmability features. A 16 port async ports daughter card is available to extend onboard async ports to 48 for both these platforms.

New and Changed Software Information

New and Changed Software Information 17.2

The following are the new features in Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway in the 17.2 release:

  • IPv4 & IPv6 forwarding

  • IP Routing (OSPF, EIGRP, BGP)

  • IP/GRE tunneling, IPv4-to-IPv6 tunneling

  • VRF lite

  • PBR

  • MPLS

  • Multicast

  • Flexible Netflow

  • QoS/MQC

  • NBAR

  • Routed IEEE 802.1q VLANs

  • FHRPs (VRRP/HSRP/GLBP)

  • HQoS

  • RADIUS, TACACS+, AAA

The following are the new security features in Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway in the 17.2 release:

  • ACL (L3/L4)

  • FW (L4/L7)

  • NAT

  • IPSec

  • DMVPN

  • Router security – Akido secure boot, Code Signing, and CSL

New and Changed Software Information 17.4.1

The following features are new in the Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway for the 17.4.1 release:

  • Smart Software Manager On-Prem (SSM On-Prem) Support for Smart Licensing Using Policy: SSM On-Prem is an asset manager, which works in conjunction with CSSM. It enables you to administer products and licenses on your premises instead of having to directly connect to CSSM.

    Here, a product instance is connected to SSM On-Prem, and SSM On-Prem becomes the single point of interface with CSSM. The product instance can be configured to pushthe required information to SSM On-Prem. Alternatively, SSM On-Prem can be set-up to pull the required information from a product instance at a configurable frequency. After usage information is available in SSM On-Prem, you must synchronize the same with CSSM, to ensure that the product instance count, license count and license usage information is the same on both, CSSM and SSM On‐Prem. Offline and online options are available for synchronization between CSSM and SSM On‐Prem.

    Minimum Required SSM On-Prem Version: Version 8, Release 202102

    Minimum Required Cisco IOS XE Version: Cisco IOS XE Amsterdam 17.3.3. (If a product was first introduced in a later release, that release becomes the minimum required IOS-XE version for the product.)

    For more information, see https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/routers/sl_using_policy/b-sl-using-policy.html

  • Cisco DNA Center supports Smart Licensing Using Policy functionality starting with Cisco DNA Center Release 2.2.2. The corresponding minimum required Cisco IOS XE Release for this platform is Cisco IOS XE Bengaluru 17.4.1.

    Implement the “Connected to CSSM Through a Controller” topology to have Cisco DNA Center manage a product instance. When you do, the product instance records license usage, but it is the Cisco DNA Center that initiates communication with the product instance to retrieve and report usage to Cisco Smart Software Manager (CSSM), and returns the acknowledgement (RUM ACK).

    In order to meet reporting requirements, Cisco DNA Center provides ad hoc or on-demand reporting, as well as scheduled reporting options.


    Note

    Cisco DNA Center also provides workflows for the installation and removal of the Smart Licensing Authorization Code (SLAC) for a product instance, if applicable.

    On the Cisco DNA Center GUI, you can generate a SLAC only for HSECK9 licenses, and only for certain product instances. See the configuration guide for details.


New and Changed Software Information 17.8.1a

The following feature is new in the Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway for the 17.8.1a release:

  • Booster Performance license: The Booster Performance license enables unthrottled throughput (for unencrypted traffic). Without it, throughput for unencrypted traffic is restricted to 500 Mbps.

    To enable the license, enter the platform hardware throughput level boost command in global configuration mode.

    For more information, see Licenses and Licensing Models.

  • Support for X.25 protocol on Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway: The X.25 protocol is now supported on Cisco 1100 Terminal Services Gateway. X.25 is the ITU-T standard that defines connections maintained between Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) and Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE) for remote terminal access and computer communications.

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