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  • Historic view of PoE. How has PoE changed landscape.
  • http://wikicentral.cisco.com/display/PROJECT/Cetus+%28C6807-XL%29
  • Investigation & discussion to support 6100 Series is still ongoing. Technically Feasible.
  • * Slot 4 will only support a redundant SupervisorPotential to support 6100 SeriesPotential to support Service ModulesThe other modules on the backplane are as follows:3/6/9 Slot Constellation Quasar Clock card, P/N: 73-6941-03Three Constellation VTT-E modules, P/N: 73-9630-01Two Alpha_Ceti Advanced 3.3V boards. P/N: 73-15366-01. These Alpha_Ceti boards are OIR’able from the front.The clock card and the VTT modules are the same modules as used in the WS-C6509-E chassis.
  • These PSUs are certified as Platinum Efficient, based on >90% efficiency rating.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/80_PlusSuch PSUs waste 20% or less electric energy (as heat) at the specified load levels, thus reducing electricity use and bills compared to less efficient PSUs.These are Viking 3000W power supplies P/N:341-0401-XXViking power supplies are communicated with via I2C.The particular I2C is known as PMBus. This is an industry standard (see pmbus.org)PSU Fault conditions are:5V out of rangeOutput stage OTFan FaultOr-ing fault (Output voltage less than bus voltage)OC shutdownOT shutdownOV shutdownInput stage OTFault induced shutdown occurredThermal sensor faultVout out of rangeBoost Vbulk fault (AC power supply only)Refer to EDCS-807697for full details
  • FCS ~2HCY14
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clock_frequencyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/64b/66b_encoding
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clock_frequencyhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/64b/66b_encoding
  • http://wwwin-eng.cisco.com/Eng/ISBU/WWW/hardware/terminator/
  • Height 8.50” (4.75RU)Width 17.35””Depth 23.00”1 x 4-Fan 4500 RPM High-Efficiency Fan-Tray =>100 CFM/Slot2 x AsusPower Supplies @ Platinum Power Efficiency = >90%Other Highlights:Supports 24 (6 per slot) x 7.5Ghz SerDes Fabric channels.Supports new SGMII-based Switched EOBC.Supports new custom chassis mounting system, for multiple racks designs.
  • Base 6880X System Power Requirements:BaseBoard = ~500WFan-Tray = ~200W16P Card = ~400W1 PSU @ 110V = 1400W, 220V = 3000WThese PSUs are certified as Platinum Efficient, based on >90% efficiency rating.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/80_PlusSuch PSUs waste 20% or less electric energy (as heat) at the specified load levels, thus reducing electricity use and bills compared to less efficient PSUs.These are Avus3000W power supplies P/N:Viking power supplies are communicated with via I2C.The particular I2C is known as PMBus. This is an industry standard (see pmbus.org)PSU Fault conditions are:5V out of rangeOutput stage OTFan FaultOr-ing fault (Output voltage less than bus voltage)OC shutdownOT shutdownOV shutdownInput stage OTFault induced shutdown occurredThermal sensor faultVout out of rangeBoost Vbulk fault (AC power supply only)Refer to EDCS-960508 for full details
  • Slide Notes:The new ASR1K and ISR-XE architecture allows us to deliver common applications in a variety of different ways.The same application can run at different performance levels inside the Linux host OS, on an internal Services Blade (NG-SRE), or on an external server.Applications connect to the network through a set of APIs that are common across Cisco platforms. (Connected Apps or ONE-P Service Sets)Some Cisco applications will also have components living within the data plane in the network. These will have better performance and tighter integration in the network with the application data plane integrated into the network data plane. Other portions of these applications can still exist in the same hosting options previously described. ETAB QuestionsHow compelling would it be to be able to run your own custom applications on future routers in a protected container?What applications (either Cisco, 3rd party, or your own) would you like to see on future routers?Would you buy an application to run on your router (in either the host OS or on a blade) from a 3rd party or a Cisco App-Store? Would you trust Cisco to protect the core router functionality enough to run additional applications in the router’s control plane?Does this answer change if it’s a Cisco app, 3rd party or your own custom application?If Cisco offered an consulting service to assist with the development of your own custom applications, would you use it?What support, if any, would you expect Cisco to provide for custom or 3rd party applications?
  • PCIe version 2 provides 4Gb/s bandwidth so the CP-DP connection is 16Gbps theoretical and 10-12Gbps practical. CP/SP: 4 core Intel Gladden & Cave Creek (DH8903PCH) @2.0GHzCP/SP Memory: 8GB Default, Max 16GB (32GB in future) – Flash must be 2xDRAM – unbuffered DDR3 DIMM (2 slots)DP: CaviumOcteon II CN6645-1300 10 core @1.3GHzDP Memory: 2GB? (or is it 1GB upgradable to 2GB?) – unbuffered DDR3 DIMM (1 slot)MGF: BCM56321This switch is non-blocking, and is capable of in excess of 50Gb switching bandwidth : 10G * 3 + 1G * 2 * 6 NGIO slots + 1G control. Intel Cavecreek is:DH8903PCH, http://ark.intel.com/products/71632/Intel-DH8903-PCHGladden is: http://ark.intel.com/products/68330/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E3-1125C-8MB-Cache-2_00-GHz

Changing the game with the new catalyst 6800 Changing the game with the new catalyst 6800 Presentation Transcript

  • Catalyst New Stuff!!!! Geeks ONLY!!! TechWiseTV Jimmy Ray Purser Chief Geek © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1
  • Cisco ISR 4451-X Cisco ASR1000-AX Cisco Catalyst 6800 and Instant Access Cisco Catalyst 2960-X 4500E Sup 8E BRANCH-WAN BACKBONE ACCESS NG Backbone for 10/40/100 Services with Cat 6500 DNA Instant Access—One Touch Deployment Everything at Same Price UA for Chassis Switch Purpose Built Application Services Platforms Native Services © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2
  • Catalyst 4500E Supervisors © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3
  • Optimized for Large Enterprise Campus Converged Wired & Wireless Deployments Scalability • Supervisor Engine 8-E 928Gbps Switching Capacity 8 x 10G Uplinks • • 20G Wireless Termination 384 10/100/1000 ports • 192/96 10G/1G Fiber ports • 256K Routes, 128K ACL/QoS Optimized for Large Enterprise Campus Deployments Scalability • 4 x 10G Uplinks Supervisor Engine 7-E • • 384 10/100/1000 ports 192/96 10G/1G Fiber ports 848Gbps Switching Capacity • 256K Routes, 128K ACL/QoS Optimized for Small/Medium Sized Campus Deployments Scalability • Supervisor Engine 7L-E 520Gbps Switching Capacity © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 120/60 10G/1G Fiber ports • 64K Routes, 64K ACL/QoS 48G/slot Flexible NetFlow UPOE • • • • Hosted Applications VRF-Lite, EVN In Service Software Upgrade VSS* • • Cisco TrustSec (MACSec) Medianet 240 10/100/10000 ports • • • • 2 x10G or 4 x 1G Uplinks • Platform Innovations * Available only Sup7-E, Sup7L-E Cisco Confidential 4
  • System SUPERVISOR SUP8-E SUP7-E SUP7L-E 928 Gbps 848 Gbps 520 Gbps 2.2 GHz 1.5 GHz 1.5 GHz (Quad Core) (Dual Core) (Dual Core) 3, 6, 7R, 10R chassis 3, 6, 7R, 10R chassis 3, 6, 7R chassis 8 4 2 4G (8G option) 2G (4G option) 2G (4G Option) 10 GB Port Density 100 100 62 1 GB Port Density 388 388 244 Switch Fabric Capacity CPU Chassis Support Active redundant 10G uplinks Max DRAM © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 5
  • Performance SUPERVISOR Sup8-E SUP-E SUP7L-E Packet Buffer 32 MB 32 MB 32 MB Queue Enteries 1 Million 1 Million 512K Bootflash Size 2 GB 1 GB 1 GB 250 Mpps (L2 & IPv4) 250 Mpps (L2 & IPv4) 250 Mpps (L2 & IPv4) 125 Mpps (IPv6) 125 Mpps (IPv6) 125 Mpps (IPv6) Wireless Termination 20 Gbps* N/A N/A Bandwidth Per Slot 48 Gbps 48 Gbps 48 Gbps Forwarding Rate * Software Roadmap © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6
  • Scalability SUPERVISOR Sup8-E SUP7-E SUP7L-E Forwarding - 20Mb Forwarding - 20Mb Forwarding - 10Mb Input CAM - 10Mb Input CAM - 10Mb Input CAM - 5Mb Output CAM - 10Mb Output CAM - 10Mb Output CAM - 5Mb 256K (IPv4) / 128K (IPv6) 256K (IPv4) / 128K (IPv6) 64K (IPv4) / 32K (IPv6) ACL/QoS Entries 64K Input / 64K Output 64K Input / 64K Output 32K Input / 32K Output Multicast Entries 32K 32K 32K Netflow Entries 128K 128K 128K # of VRFs/EVNs 64/32 64/32 64/32 55K 55K 55K TCAM Number of Routes Unicast MAC Table © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7
  • Pe rfo r m a n c e Catalyst 4500E Supervisor Comparison Bandwidth: 520 Gbps Uplinks: 2x10G/4x1G CPU: Dual Core 1.5 GHz DRAM: 2 GB Max Routes: 64 K Supervisor 7L-E © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Bandwidth: 848 Gbps Uplinks: 4x10G/4x1G CPU: Dual Core 1.5 GHz DRAM: 2 GB Max Routes: 256 K Supervisor 7-E Bandwidth: 928 Gbps Uplinks: 8x10G/8x1G Wireless: 20G CPU: Quad Core 2.2 GHz DRAM: 4 GB Max Routes: 256 K Supervisor 8-E Cisco Confidential 8 8
  • Core Technologies Layer 2 Line Rate Switching IPv4/IPv6 Hardware Forwarding Multicast HA • SSO • NSF • ISSU Network Virtualization • VRF (VPN routing/forwarding) • EVN (Easy Virtual Networks) FHRP Software Services TrustSec • MACSec w/ 802.1x-Rev for host facing downlinks and NDAC and SAP for uplinks Lower TCO • Wireshark based Ethernet Analyzer • Auto SmartPorts • SmartPort Macros • Device Sensor EnergyWise Smart Operations • SXP • Embedded Event Manager (EEM) • IPSLA QoS Auto QoS AVC (Application Visibility & Control) - Medianet • Video Monitoring (Incl. Passive Monitoring & Mediatrace) • VRRP • HSRP • MSI, MSP & MetaData • GLBP • Video IP SLA • AutoQoS Macro FlexLinks (VLAN Load Balancing) Policy Based Routing (PBR) SPAN/RSPAN © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Flexible NetFlow (FNF) WCCP v2 - Cisco Confidential 9
  • Catalyst 4500E UPOE © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10
  • All specifications subject to change without notice A Historical Perspective 2000 2003 2007 7W Inline Power 15W (PoE) 30W (PoE+) Industry Standard: IEEE 802.3af (15W PoE) 2009 2011 60W (UPOE) Industry Standard: IEEE 802.3at (30W PoE+) Cisco Innovations Drive Industry Standards © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11
  • IEEE 802.3at (PoE+) UPOE Universal Nature Cat5e Cat5e • Standard RJ45 Connector • No Cabling Change from PoE+ High Availability 30W • Maximum power sourced = 30W 30W • • • © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 30W • Uptime for critical apps (e911) • Low TCO with UPS consolidation 60W Maximum power sourced = 60W Green • 10% more efficient than bricks Supported by all cabling standards Compatible with PoE and PoE+ • Management with EnergyWise Cisco Confidential 12 12
  • Centralized Architecture • • Line Card © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Line Card Line Card Line Card Line Card • Upgrade advantages Each 47XX-Series line card has 48 Gbps fullduplex connections to the central forwarding engine • Packet Processing Engine The individual line cards are considered to be ‗transparent‘ and contain ―stub‖ ASICs and the PHYs • Forwarding Engine All forwarding, queuing, security is implemented on the Supervisor • CPU / SDRAM Shared memory switch Passive Backplane IOS XE that can leverage multi-core CPU, and ability to host applications separately outside IOS context Cisco Confidential 13
  • 848G Switch Backplane Packet Processor 2.2GHz Quad Core CPU FPGA 10G FPGA 4x10G SDRAM 4x10G Integrated Forwarding Engine + NetFlow Engine Stub ASIC PHY QSFP PHY PHY QSFP SD © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. USB Console/ Mgmt Cisco Confidential 14
  • Switch Backplane 848G Packet Processor 1.5GHz Dual Core CPU FPGA 10G SDRAM FPGA Forwarding Engine 2x12G 2x12G Stub ASIC NetFlow ASIC © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. SFP/ SFP+ Stub ASIC SFP/ SFP+ SFP/ SFP+ SFP/ SFP+ SD USB Console Mgmt Cisco Confidential 15
  • 520G Switch Backplane Packet Processor 1.5GHz Dual Core CPU FPGA 10G SDRAM FPGA Integrated Forwarding Engine + NetFlow Engine 2x12G Stub ASIC SFP/ SFP+ © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. SFP/ SFP+ SFP SFP SD USB Console Mgmt Cisco Confidential 16
  • Packet Buffer (32MB) Source Pointers Non Blocking Replication Engine Egress Hdr FIFO 250Mpps Replication Performance Destination Non Blocking Destination Entire Pkt Pkt Hdr • Only 1 copy of packet is stored in the packet buffer • Packet header is replicated with pointer referenced into packet buffer • 32MB of packet buffer => ~ 250ms of shared egress buffering • 250Mpps multicast packet replication performance • Non blocking bandwidth to 10G uplinks and 1G access ports © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 17
  • Worst Case Buffering/Multicast Source 300 250 ms ms 250 200 125 ms 150 100 63 ms 31 ms 50 16 ms 8 ms 16 32 0 1 2 4 8 Multicast Sources Worst case assumes all multicast sources burst simultaneously • 250ms of egress buffering when multiple sources do not burst simultaneously • When all sources burst simultaneously, Catalyst 4500 provides better buffering when number of multicast sources is less than 32 © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 18
  • Cat 6800!!!! © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential
  • NEW 7 Slots 10 RU Up to 880G/Slot capable Catalyst 6000 DNA Next-Generation Ready Low-Power & Noise High-Efficiency Fans Up to 4 (N+1) power supply redundancy © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Investment Protection! Compatible with Sup2T, 6700, 6800, 6900 and Latest Service Modules Backwards compatible backplane connectors 3000W AC Cisco Confidential 20
  • 6807-XL Supports: o Supervisor2T o Current Fabric Cards o o 6900, 6800 & 6700 (CFC / DFC4) Current Service Modules o NAM-3, ASA-SM, WISM2, ACE-30 o 4 x (N+1) 3000W Power Supplies o 8 x (15Ghz) Fabric Channels Per Slot o o o 4 Channels to each Supervisor! Up to 220G per Slot in Active / Standby Future Supervisors & Cards © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Supervisor Engine VS-S2T-10G VS-S2T-10G-XL Line Cards WS-X6908-10G-2T WS-X6904-40G-2T WS-X6824-SFP-2T WS-X6848-SFP-2T WS-X6848-TX-2T WS-X6816-10T-2T WS-X6816-10G-2T WS-X6716-10G WS-X6716-10T WS-X6704-10GE WS-X6724-SFP WS-X6748-SFP WS-X6748-GE-TX Service Modules NAM3 ASA-SM WiSM2 ACE-30 Cisco Confidential 21
  • Fan Tray Slot 1: Line Card Slot 2: Line Card Extra Fabric Connectors Slot 3: Supervisor Slot 4: Supervisor * Slot 5: Line Card Slot 6: Line Card Slot 7: Line Card Power Supplies © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Power Inputs Cisco Confidential 22
  • 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Active Fabric 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Slot 1 1 2 3 4 Slot 2 1 2 3 4 Slot 4 1 2 3 4 Slot 5 1 2 3 4 Slot 6 1 2 3 4 Sup (HA) Fabric Channels 1 2 3 4 Slot 3 Current Fabric Channels Slot 7 Extra Fabric Channels (for future use) Each ―Fabric Channel‖ uses 8 SerDes Lanes Standby Fabric Each SerDes can use any of the following clock frequencies: • 3.125Ghz for 20Gbps • 6.25Ghz for 40Gbps • 7.50Ghz for 55Gbps • 15Ghz for 110Gbps 1 2 3 4 Cisco Confidential 23
  • NEW Height:17.5‖ (10RU) Width: 16.32‖ © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Depth: 18.10‖ Cisco Confidential 24
  • Air Flow: Side to Side New Locking Mechanism Fan-Tray LEDs Individual Fans (3 columns of 3) Fan-Tray Handle Front-Serviced Fan-Tray Card Fan-Tray Highlights: • Has 9 variable-speed High-Efficiency Fans (850 CFM) • Supports 4 speeds between 3000 & 6500 RPM per Fan LED • Capable of cooling Slots operating up to 800W per Slot • Can still operate with up to 3 individual fan failures • Supports Fan-Tray ―OIR‖ for minimum of 120 seconds © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Color Status Description FAN Solid Fan-Tray OK FAN Solid Fan-Tray Fault ID Solid Identifies Fan-Tray Cisco Confidential 25
  • Dual Variable Speed Fans AC ONLY Power Supply Status LEDs PSU Lock & Ejector Power Supply Highlights: PSU 4 PSU 3 AC Input 3 AC Input 4 PSU 1 AC Input 2 AC Input 1 PSU 2 Status Description IN Solid Input OK • Max output is 3000W @ 220V (or 1400W @ 110V) IN Blinking Under-Current OUT Solid Output OK • Dual ―Front to Back‖ Variable-Speed Cooling Fans OUT Blinking Over-Current • Supports both Combined & Redundant (N+1) mode Fault Solid Malfunction • Hold-up time is ~ 20 msecs at 100% load • Up to 92% Power Efficiency at 100% of load © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. LED Color Cisco Confidential 26
  • 6500-E 6807-XL Supervisor 2T, 6900, 6800, 6700 Cards Service Modules Card Speed Card Speed 6900 80G/slot 6900 80G/slot New 10/40G 92G/slot New 10/40G 160G/slot New 100G 92G/slot New 100G 200G/slot Optimized for 1G/10G © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Next Generation Cards Optimized for 10G/40G/100G Cisco Confidential 27
  • NEW CC 4 x 100GE 6500-E 92G/Slot Enabled with a New Reverse SFP - QSFP Adaptor © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 6807-XL 92G/Slot 8 x 40GE 200G/slot 6500-E 32 x 10GE 6807-XL 160G/slot EC Dual DFC4 for 120Mpps & New FIRE ASIC @ 50Gbps with built-in: 802.1ae, SGT, PTP LISP, VSS & FEX CC 6807-XL 6500-E 6807-XL 92G/Slot 160G/slot Supported by Sup2T & interoperable with existing 6700/6800 & 6900 Cards Cisco Confidential 28
  • Supervisor Engine 2T: • Still the same XBAR Fabric ASIC • Can use 1 to 4 channels (Per Card) • Increased per Channel bandwidth • New Clock Frequencies (7.5 - 15GHz) 28 x 110G Channels • New Line Encodings (24/26 - 64/66B) • Applicable Only to Next-Generation Cards • Local fabric channels still 20Gbps • Still has connection to Shared Bus © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 29
  • 6900 & 6800/6700 Series: • Still using the same local ASICs • Still only 2 channels (per Supervisor) • NO Increased per Channel bandwidth • Same Clock Frequencies (3.12 - 6.25GHz) • Same Line Encodings (8/10b) • Same performance as with 6500-E • No performance issue with mixed speeds © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 30
  • NEW Catalyst 6000 Feature Set (e.g. MPLS/VPLS, LISP, CTS, FEX*, VSS, Multicast, IPv6) Low-Power & Noise High-Efficiency Fans Fixed RP Slot with Built-in 16P 1/10G 3000W (AC/DC) Power Supplies © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 4 Half Slots (16P 1/10G @ FCS) Up to 220G/Slot Backplane Powerful X86 2.0GHz CPU & 4GB DRAM Up to 2M FIB Up to 5M Netflow Up to 256K ACL 1+1 Redundant PS (Front Serviceable) Cisco Confidential 31
  • NEW System Base Board Forwarding Daughter Board Two HW Options 6880-X-LE 6880-X IPv4/v6 Routing Capability 256K/128K 2M/1M Multicast Routes (IPv6) 64K 256K Number of Adjacencies 256K 1M MAC Addresses 128K 128K L3 Interfaces 128K 128K Security and QoS ACL 64K 256K Flexible NetFlow 512K 1M Microflow Policers 512 512 Aggregate Policers 8K 8K 16 SFP+ Ports: MacSec, FEX*, LISP, VS S, SGT, 1588 & AVB* Available on Every Port USB Host (Type A) USB Console (Type B) RJ-45 Console and Management Ports * Under Investigation Enhanced Control-Plane Scale with new X86 2.2GHz Dual Core CPU © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 32
  • NEW Port Card Base Board Forwarding Engine Daughter Board Two Versions Standard (LE) Large Tables Port Speed & Type Number of Ports FIB Table v4/v6 256K/128K 2M/1M 10/100/100 Mb/s Copper 16 (GLC-T SFP) NetFlow Table 512K 1M 1 Gb/s Fiber 16 (SFP) Security ACL Table 64K 256K 10 Gb/s Fiber 16 (SFP+) Port Buffering 72MB / Port 72MB / Port 40 Gb/s Fiber 4 (SFP-QSFP) MacSec, FEX, LISP, VSS, SGT, 1588 Capable on Every Port © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 33
  • NEW Selectable In-Reach Depth 21.4‖ to 11.7‖ Height:8.5‖ (5RU) Depth: 23.0‖ Width: 17.35‖ Two-Post Rack Custom Mount Kit Flexible Mounting Brackets © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 34
  • Air Flow: Side to Side Fan-Tray LEDs Fan-Tray Thumb-Screws Individual Fans (1 column of 4) Fan-Tray Handle Front-Serviced Fan-Tray Card Fan-Tray Highlights: • Has 4 variable-speed High-Efficiency Fans (500 CFM) • Supports 4 speeds between 3000 & 4500 RPM per Fan LED • Capable of cooling Slots operating up to 800W per Slot • Can still operate with up to 1 individual fan failure • Supports Fan-Tray ―OIR‖ for minimum of 120 seconds © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Color Status Description FAN Solid Fan-Tray OK FAN Solid Fan-Tray Fault ID Solid Identifies Fan-Tray Cisco Confidential 35
  • Power Supply Status LEDs AC Input AC or DC Power Switch PSU Fans PSU Lock & Ejector PSU Handle Power Supply Highlights: PSU 1 PSU 2 LED Color Status Description • Hold-up time is ~ 20 msecs at 100% load IN Solid Input OK • Up to 92% Power Efficiency at 100% of load IN Blinking Under-Current OUT Solid Output OK • Dual ―Front to Back‖ Variable-Speed Cooling Fans OUT Blinking Over-Current Fault Solid Malfunction • Supports both Combined & Redundant (1:1) mode ID Solid Identifies PSU • Max output is 3000W @ 220V (1400W @ 110V) © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 36
  • 3 Main Components: • RP Complex • Switch Fabric • Baseboard © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 37
  • RP Complex Highlights: • Essentially the same as MSFC5 • New 2.0Ghz X86 Dual Core CPU • 2 or 4GB of DDR3 ECC SDRAM • CMP replaced with direct OOB RJ45 • Support for USB Type A File System • Support for USB Type B Serial Console • Compact Flash replaced with eUSB • New Switched EOBC Interface © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 38
  • Slot 2 Slot 1 1 2 3 1 4 2 3 4 Current Fabric Channels Extra Fabric Channels (for future use) Slot 4 3 2 3 Switch Fabric 2 Slot 3 4 4 Each ―Fabric Channel‖ uses 8 SerDes Lanes Each SerDes can use any of the following clock frequencies: 1 1 2 3 4 6.25Ghz for 40Gbps • 1 • 7.50Ghz for 55Gbps 5 Slot 5 Baseboard © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 39
  • 20Gbps 20Gbps 20Gbps 20Gbps Baseboard Highlights: • Essentially the same as 6904-40G Card • 16 x SFP+ (Multi-Rate) Ethernet Ports • 80Gbps Connected to Switch Fabric (2:1) • Enhanced DFC4-E Forwarding Engine • Improved 40Gbps Fabric/Replication ASIC • New 40+Gbps Port Interface MUX FPGA • 1GE Links to RP CPU & Peer MUX FPGA • RLDRAM3 Packet Buffers on MUX FPGA • 192MB per MUX FPGA, 24/48MB per Port © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 40
  • 16P Port Card Highlights: • Essentially the same as 6904-40G Card • Same as Baseboard + 1.2Ghz LCP Complex • 16 x SFP+ (Multi-Rate) Ethernet Ports • 80Gbps Connection to Switch Fabric (2:1) • Enhanced DFC4-E Forwarding Engine • Improved 40Gbps Fabric/Replication ASIC • New 40+Gbps Port Interface MUX FPGA • Local 1GE Inband Links to LCP Complex • RLDRAM3 Packet Buffers on MUX FPGA • 192MB per MUX FPGA, 24/48MB per Port © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 41
  • Step 5: FIRE ASIC stores data payload in local buffer, and then it sends only the Internal Header to Forwarding Engine for Lookup Step 9: Fabric ASIC uses Fabric Header to determine Egress Fabric Port and then it sends to Switch Fabric Step 4: MUX ASIC stores packet in local buffer, and may perform special packet encap / decap. Then it sends to (1 of 2) FIRE ASIC Step 8: Ingress FIRE ASIC uses new Internal Header to determine the Fabric Port mapped to Egress Port, and converts Internal Header to Fabric Header. Then it sends to Fabric ASIC Step 3: Port ASIC parses packet to derive VLAN, CoS, etc. and performs ingress QoS. Then it applies Internal Header and sends to MUX ASIC Step 2: PHY converts the signal & serializes the bits, and then it sends to Port ASIC Step 6: Inband FPGA parses Internal Header, and then it sends to Forwarding Engine Step 7: Forwarding Engine performs L2, L3, ACL and Netflow IFE & OFE processing and determines the Egress Port & Rewrite Info. Then it returns new Internal Header to FIRE ASIC (via Inband FPGA) Step 1: Packet Arrives @ Ingress Port 1 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 42
  • Step 10: Fabric ASIC transmits frame to Egress Fabric Port, which is received by Egress FIRE ASIC Step 11: FIRE ASIC uses Fabric Header to derive new Internal header, which it sends to Forwarding Engine (egress lookup) Step 12: Inband FPGA parses Internal Header, and then it sends to Forwarding Engine Step 14: FIRE ASIC uses new Internal Header to determine Egress Port and reassemble the packet, and then it sends to MUX ASIC Step 13: Forwarding Engine performs an egress (L2) lookup to learn MAC address. Then it returns Internal Header to FIRE ASIC (via Inband FPGA) Step 15: MUX ASIC uses Internal Header to determine Egress Port and perform egress QoS. Then it sends to Port ASIC Step 16: Port ASIC removes Internal Header and rewrites VLAN, CoS, etc. Then it sends to PHY Step 17: PHY serializes the bits & converts signal, and then transmits the packet Step 18: Packet Leaves @ Egress Port 16 © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 43
  • © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 45
  • Management Interface Connects router‘s control plane directly to a management network. Front Panel GE • 4 RJ45/SFP GE Interfaces • PoE available on 2 Interfaces USB Connections • 2 x Type A for file storage and charging your cell phone • USB Type B Console in addition to RJ45 Console and Aux ports © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Network Interface Modules (NIM) • Larger & more powerful than EHWICs • Up to 8 ports per module • DSPs directly on modules Optional Drive NIM for Embedded Applications • RAID 1 for data protection • Single HD & Dual SSD Options Extended Service Modules • Compatible with ISR G2 • Up to 10Gb connection to system • Faster & more powerful than SMs Cisco Confidential 46
  • 10Gb WAN Performance with Services ASR1002-X (5G – 36G) ASR1001 (2.5G – 5G) 5Gb 2Gb ISR 4451-X (2 RU, 1000-2000Mbps) 1Gb 500Mb 350Mb 3945E 250Mb 3925E © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 47
  • Under the Covers Multi-Core Data Plane Control & Services Plane CPUs  Scalable Performance  Performance on Demand  On-board application hosting  Stable performance for control plane functions  Modular OS Next Generation DSP (PVDM4)  Full Services for voice and video  More compact form-factor  Same PVDM4 on NIM card Network Interface Modules  OIR Support  2Gbps link per slot  Option dual-SSD for applications  More real-estate for interfaces  Modular driver architecture Front-Panel Interfaces  1 Management GE  4 SFP+RJ45 GE  PoE Capable © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Enhanced Service Modules  ISR G2 Compatible  More power and cooling  Up to 10x better performance Cisco Confidential 48
  • IOSd Future L7 Firewall WAAS Control Plane Future Apps End User and other Cisco Applications (Control & IPS) Linux OS Common API (onePK) Platform Specific Data Plane onePK Internal Services Blade (UCS E-Series) © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Appnav L7 Firewall (Data) onePK External Services Blade (UCS) Cisco Confidential 49
  • Mgt Eth Cons/Aux USB Flash South Bridge 4xSGMII 4xPCIe Data Plane (10 cores) DRAM System FPGA Multi Gigabit Fabric 2Gbps ISC 10G/slot SM-X 2G/slot SM-X NIM* © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. FPGE 10G XAUI Control Plane (1 core) & Services Plane (3 cores) 4xPCIe DRAM DRAM *PCIe & SERDES management links not shown. Cisco Confidential 50
  • Mgt Eth Cons/Aux USB Flash South Bridge 4xSGMII 4xPCIe Data Plane FPGE (10 cores) DRAM System FPGA 10G XAUI Control Plane (1 core) & Services Plane (3 cores) 4xPCIe DRAM DRAM Multi Gigabit Fabric 1G SGMII ISC 10G/slot SM-X 2G/slot SM-X NIM* © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 51
  • Linux IO Complex IOSd IO Manager Chassis Manager Chassis Manager Chassis Manager Kernel Modules © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Forwarding Complex (FP) FMAN RP Filesystems Service Container Service Container WAAS Routing Complex (RP) Firewall (WSE & IPS) FMAN FP CPP Client/Driver UART/Flash/USB System Hardware Punt/Inject Feature Forwarding Processor (Data Path) Cisco Confidential 52
  • Traditional IOS Router ISR 4451-X Linux Kernel Interface Driver Config & Control Module Management Control Data Interface Module © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Packet Processing Config & Control Feature Forwarding Plane Packet Processing Module Management Physical Device Driver Control IOS Data IOS Interface Module Cisco Confidential 53
  • AC Power Connected Power Switch in the ―ON‖ Position FPGA Configuration ROMMON Loads IOS XE Boots © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. • Power Supply LED is green when line power is present. • PWR LED turns yellow when the internal power rails receive power. • PWR LED blinks yellow when the FPGA is programmed but not ready to boot the system. • PWR LED turns solid green when the FPGA boots the system. • STAT LED blinks yellow with PWR LED green as ROMMON boots. • STAT LED turns yellow when the ROMMON prompt is available. • STAT LED turns solid green when IOS XE is up. Cisco Confidential 54
  • Initializing Hardware ... BIOS Booting System integrity status: 00000610 Key Sectors:(Primary,GOOD),(Backup,GOOD),(Revocation,GOOD) Size of Primary = 2288 Backup = 2288 Revocation = 300 License Keys verified ROM:RSA Self Test Passed Self Test Passed Expected hash: ddaf35a193617abacc417349ae204131 12e6fa4e89a97ea20a9eeee64b55d39a 2192992a274fc1a836ba3c23a3feebbd 454d4423643ce80e2a9ac94fa54ca49f Obtained hash: ddaf35a193617abacc417349ae204131 12e6fa4e89a97ea20a9eeee64b55d39a 2192992a274fc1a836ba3c23a3feebbd 454d4423643ce80e2a9ac94fa54ca49f ROM:Sha512 Self Test Passed Self Tests Latency: 377 msec Rom image verified correctly © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. ROMMON authentication Cisco Confidential 55
  • System Bootstrap, Version 12.2(20121015:145923) [jhayduk-ESGROM_20121015_EPSILON 101], DEVELOPMENT SOFTWARE Copyright (c) 1994-2012 by cisco Systems, Inc. Banner Print Out Compiled Mon 10/15/2012 11:14:57.56 by jhayduk CPLD Version: 36 (MM/DD/YY): 09/26/12 Cisco ISR 4400 Slot:0 FPGA Revision Current image running: Boot ROM0 Boot Source Last reset cause: PowerOn Reading confreg 0x8000 Cause of last reset Reading monitor variables from NVRAM Enabling interrupts Clearing CMOS RAM ... Checking for PCIe device presence...done Cisco ISR 4400 platform with 4194304 Kbytes of main memory Platform type & memory autoboot entry: NVRAM VALUES: bootconf: 0x0, autobootstate: 0 autobootcount: 0, autobootsptr: 0x0 rommon 1 > © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 56
  • • Adds a status display during BIOS portion of booting: Initializing Hardware ... • Supports ―secure boot‖ and displays status on every boot. System integrity status: 00000610 Rom image verified correctly • CLI commands follow the ASR command set and not the traditional ISR set. Differences are subtle. • The command ―boot tftp:‖ replaces ―tftpdnld –r‖ • Support for copying an image from the network onto a flash (i.e. tftpdnld without the ―-r‖ switch) is not available. • ―Ping-Pong‖ mechanism for upgrading replaces Golden/Upgrade method. • Removes support for selecting which ROMMON is the running ROMMON (relates to the removal of the Golden/Upgrade concept) © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 57