|Model:||ASR1000-ESP40 Cisco ASR 1000 Processor|
Cisco ASR 1000 Processor ASR1000-ESP40
|Tình trạng:||Hàng Mới|
|Khả dụng||Liên hệ|
The Cisco ASR 1000 Series embedded service processors:
- Provide the centralized embedded forwarding services responsible for the bulk of the data plane processing tasks. All network traffic through the Cisco ASR 1000 Series system flows through the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Embedded Services Processors.
- Are responsible for the data-plane processing tasks and all network traffic flows through them.
- Support Forwarding Engine Control Processor which provide hardware abstraction layer between the QFP-based forwarding engine and other system components, allowing datapath and management functions to be independent.
- Support Cisco QuantumFlow Processor (QFP) forwarding engines.
- Support QFP provisioned with two TCAM4 devices for ACL lookup and other software features.
- Perform all baseline packet routing operations, including MAC classification, Layer 2 and Layer 3 forwarding, quality-of-service (QoS) classification, policing and shaping, security access control lists (ACLs), VPNs, load balancing, NetFlow.
- Are responsible for features such as firewalls, intrusion prevention, Network Based Application Recognition (NBAR), Network Address Translation (NAT), and flexible pattern matching.
- Incorporates a security encryption coprocessor to assist encryption processing common to all embedded services processors. The security processor operates in coprocessor mode and only processes packets sent to it by the Cisco QFP.
- Provide hardware abstraction layer between the packet processing-based forwarding engine and other system components.
|Up to 25 Mpps||Variable forwarding performance, depending on features configured|
|Up to 40 Gbps||For the combination of commonly used features + Firewall or NAT
Shared by all Cisco ASR 1000 SIP (ASR1000-SIP10 or ASR1000-SIP40) cards
|Up to 12.9 Gbps||For plain IPsec encryption (1400-byte packets)|
|Access control||Up to 4,000 unique ACLs and 100,000 ACEs per system|
|Broadband||Up to 64,000 sessions and 16,000 L2TP tunnels|
● 4,000,000 IPv4 or 4,000,000 IPv6 routes
Multicast: 100,000 routes and 4,000 groups
|QoS||Flexible number of queues per system:
● Up to 128,000 queues
● Three levels of hierarchy
● Two LLQ queues per policy, with up to 4,000 policies
8-kbps policing and queuing granularity
<100-microsecond latency for high-priority applications
|Real-time traffic||Up to 4,000 CRTP sessions|
● IPsec: 8,000 tunnels
● Firewall or NAT: 2,000,000 sessions and 200,000 sessions-per-sec setup rate
● Carrier-Grade NAT: 4,000,000 sessions
|L3VPN||Up to 8,000 VRF instances|
|GRE||Up to 4,000 tunnels|
|Cisco Unified Border Element (SP Edition)||Up to 64,000 sessions (each session represents a complete voice call with 14 SIP messages per call; that is, two call legs on the SBC consisting of two media legs for a bidirectional media flow and seven SIP messages per call leg)|