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The Borderless Network

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Topics include the Integrated Services Routers Generation 2, Borderless Network Overview, Integrated Services Router Generation 2 Overview, Collaboration, Services Virtualization, Security, Operational Efficiency, and the Software Delivery Model.

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The Borderless Network

  1. 1. The Borderless Network The Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 Pete Sawyer CCIE# 24972 pesawyer@cisco.comISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential
  2. 2. Agenda Borderless Network Overview Integrated Services Router Generation 2 Overview Collaboration, Services Virtualization, Security Operational Efficiency Software Delivery ModelISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2
  3. 3. The Transformation: The World Is Our New WorkspaceAny Resource Any Location Any Device The BORDERLESS NETWORK Anyone A Next Generation Architecture to Deliver Anywhere the New Workspace ExperienceISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3
  4. 4. Borderless Networks New Business Architecture ApproachAccelerate growth by Harness Video as the agent Transform the workspaceintegrating innovations into of change to realize closer experience and increasethe business process— customer contact, enhance productivity. Automatebringing interactions faster customer experience and business processes toto the customer customer loyalty drive down costs Connect More Closely with Your Customer, Partner, WorkforceISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 4
  5. 5. Driving the Transformation Mobile Devices ↔ IT Resources 1.3 Billion New 60% of All Cisco Networked Mobile Network Traffic Devices in Next Mobility Video Today Is Video 3 Years Workspace Experience Healthcare Data Blurring the Borders : Consumer ↔ Workforce; Employee ↔ PartnerSources: IDC; Visual NetworkingCisco Systems, IT All rights reserved. ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Index; Cisco Inc. Cisco Confidential 5
  6. 6. Borderless Branch-WAN Business Architecture Approach Branch WAN Branches are Enhance Integrate Centralized Data the windows to Customer Innovations and Distributed customer experience Experience Interactions over WAN Transform Workspace Experience Healthcare Data Doctor PatientManage Infrastructure Scalability, Performance , Securely Across Branch-WAN ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 6
  7. 7. Borderless Networks New Technical Architecture Approach Redefine the Control Plane Storage Network Software Hardware Compute Decoupling the Converge systems Policy as the software from the and services way to implement, hardware so that you so you have the automate and can quickly / flexibly consistent platform unify services turn on services and to build on protect the investmentISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 7
  8. 8. Borderless Branch with ISR G2 Video-Ready Service Virtualization Operational Excellence  Rich-media applications  Services “On-Demand”  Greener technology  High performance  Customized Applications  Operational Simplicity  Application optimization  Cloud extension  Rapid ROI with Investment Protection Customer Business Lowest Experience Innovation TCOISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8
  9. 9. Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 OverviewISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9
  10. 10. Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 3945E, 3925E, 2951, 2921, 3945, 3925 2911, 2901 1941W, 1941 Performance, Scalability, Availability 890, 880, 860 Secure Scalable Rich- Virtual Secure Customizable Media Services Collaboration Office Mobility Applications Enhancing the Customer ExperienceISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10
  11. 11. Borderless Branch New ISR G2 Platforms Cisco 3925E, Cisco 1921 Cisco 887, 887V, 888E 3945E  New Services Performance  Small form factor – modular  Integrated 3G + VDSL Engine 200s: platform  Remote Management  Up To 350Mbps WAN  Supports wide range of (3G MIB) Access With Services WAN and LAN interfaces  Ethernet over SHDSL  High Scale UC Services  VoIP Support over 3G High Performance Solutions for Rich Media Services DeliveryISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 11
  12. 12. High Performance, Scalable Broadband Connectivity Ethernet over VDSL2 48 port EtherSwitch Cisco 887V, 888E SHDSL Module HWIC HWIC Service Module Platforms Ethernet over an array of interfaces on ISR G2 Guaranteed delivery Monitor and Consistent WAN Broadband of rich media services Troubleshoot Encapsulation Services Management of End-to- Standards based Fault Support for Copper & Next-generation branch- End Service Level Management Fiber connectivity WAN services AgreementISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12
  13. 13. Next Generation Integrated Services Routers Under the CoversServices Performance Multi-core Multi Gigabit Fabric NG DSP ModulesEngine (3900) Network Processor  Module to module  Video ready DSP modules Upgradeable engines  5x- 7x performance communications  4x increase in audio conferencing SPE-200 & SPE-250 increase  Packet prioritization and transcoding and shaping  Configurable power savings modes EHWIC GE Ports  2x performance  4 on 3900E increase  3 on 2911+  HWIC/WIC/VWIC/VIC  SFP slots on 2921 support natively and above  EPoE capableService Modules Internal Services Module USB 3x-7x increase in service module  3x increase in service  Console over USB performance module performance  Convenience storage Existing NM support through adapter  Configurable power savings mode  Security credentials EPoE capable  Not available on 3900E & 1941WISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 13
  14. 14. Cisco 800 Series Integrated Services Routers Secure Mobility 890 880G 880 860 Platform10/100/1000 WAN 10/100 WAN     o Very small offices, CiscoADSL2/2+ WAN    Virtual Office (teleworkers)VDSL WAN   o Up to 15 Mbps WAN AccessG.SHDSL WAN   with SecurityLAN Interfaces 8x 4x 4x 4x o Integrated 3G + VDSL on 880 10/100 10/100 10/100 10/100 platforms802.11n (a/b/g/n)  o Fixed configurations:802.11n (b/g/n)    Pick your:SRST (4 users) * 1. WAN interface(s)3G Wireless  V.92 3G ISDN BRI 2. 802.11 Wireless (Y/N) ext.Backup modem or or ext. or ext. 3. SRST* (Y/N) modem ISDN BRI modem modem 4. Backup Interface* SRST available with 10/100 or G.SHDSL WANISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14
  15. 15. Cisco 1900 Series Integrated Services Routers 1941W 1941 1921 1941 1941W Secure Mobility Platform SM Slots 0 0 0SM Slots 0 0 Fixed ISM Slots 802.11n Fixed 1802.11n 0ISM Slots 1 Radio Radio o 25Mbps WAN Access with ServicesEHWICEHWIC Slots Slots 22 22 2 Onboard WANOnboard WAN Ports 2 2 GE GE 22 GE GE 2 GE o Factory selectable Integrated Ports wireless 802.11n option Onboard DSPOnboard DSP Slots 00 00 0 SlotsDefault Default Flash Flash 256 MB 256 MB 256 MB 256 MB 256MB o Desktop form factor with Double 512 MB Wide HWIC SupportDefault Default DRAM DRAM 256 MB 512 MB 256 MB 512 MB fixedForm Factor Factor Form 2RU 2RU 2RU 2RU 1 RU PoE Internal Internal External Cisco 1921 Availability: May CY 2010 ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 15
  16. 16. Cisco 2900 Series Integrated Services Routers Secure 2951 2921 2911 2901 Collaboration Platform SM Slots 2 1 1 0 ISM Slots 1 1 1 1 o Up to 75Mbps WAN Access with Services EHWIC Slots 4 4 4 4 Onboard DSP Slots 3 3 2 2 o Video-ready DSP support 3 GE 3 GE Onboard WAN Ports 3 GE 2 GE (1 SFP) (1 SFP) Default Flash 256 MB 256 MB 256 MB 256 MB o Increased service density with Second Services module Slot Default DRAM 512 MB 512 MB 512 MB 512 MB Form Factor 2RU 2RU 2RU 1RU o 12 Inch Depth on 2911ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16
  17. 17. Cisco 3900 Series Integrated Services Routers 3945E 3925E 3945 3925Field Scalable Rich-mediaUpgradeable SPE-250 SPE-200 SPE-150 SPE-100Motherboards Services Platform 4GE 4GE 3GE 3GEOnboard WAN (2 SFP) (2 SFP) (2 SFP) (2 SFP) New Services Performance Engine 200s:Perf w/ Services 350 Mbps 250 Mbps 150 Mbps 100 Mbps o Up To 350Mbps WAN Access WithSM Slots 4 2 4 2 ServicesISM Slots 0 0 1 1 o 4 GE ports onboardEHWIC Slots 3 3 4 4Onboard DSP 3 3 4 4 All 3900 Series:SlotsOpt Dual PS Yes Yes Yes Yes o Up to 1040 watts with PoE BoostDefault Flash 256MB 256MB 256MB 256MB o Configurable dual Integrated Redundant Power suppliesDefault DRAM 1 GB 1 GB 1 GB 1 GB o Hot swappable fans and power supplyForm Factor 3RU 3RU 3RU 3RUISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 17
  18. 18. Introducing The Multi Gigabit Fabric (MGF)  Superior scalability by providing direct ASIC CPU Front Panel Ports high-performance connectivity between services and modules Provides connectivity between EHWICs, SM PVDM3 PVDM3s, SMs and ISMs through the backplane MGF Fabric  Offload the CPU when providing SM PVDM3 connectivity to internal modules or between services WLAN There will be no CPU involvement when ISM EHWIC EHWIC (1941) providing the service integration and traffic redirection as mentioned above  Legacy interface modules do not benefit from the MGF and connect GE Serdes directly to the system CPU PCIe HWIC DDR Note: Not all possible modules are shownISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 18
  19. 19. USB Console  Any Mini USB cable is supported  As an environmental measure, Cisco no longer ship console cables by default. New Type B mini USB Console Port  Enables use of a Mini USB cable for console access in addition to the Cisco console cable  Mini USBs are commonly used for cell phones and digital cameras  Traditional console and aux ports are still available on the platform  Only one console can be active at a time; USB cable always takes precedenceISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 19
  20. 20. ISR G2 Performance Positioning WAN Access Speeds with Services Line Rate N x FE 3945EWAN Access Speed With Services 3925E Line Rate FE + 3945 3925 2951 VDSL2+/Sub- rate FE 2921 2911 T1/E1 EFM 1941/2901 25 Mb 35 Mb 50 Mb 75 Mb 100 Mb 150 Mb 250 Mb 350 Mb ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 20
  21. 21. Service Modules and Interface Cards Interface Cards Internal Module for Independent CPU High Density (WAN or LAN) Running Services and Memory for Rich-Media Voice That Don’t Require Hosting Services or and Video DSP Interface Ports, High Density Modules Dedicated CPU Interface Ports. and Memory Examples: Wireless LAN Controller, WAN Optimization, Etherswitch Module EHWIC ISM SM PVDM3Enhanced High Speed Internal Service Service Packet Voice/ WAN Interface Card Module Module Data ModuleISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 21
  22. 22. Platform Module Slot Evolution WIC HWIC EHWIC Supports VIC, Supports WIC, Supports HWIC VWIC VWIC, VIC WIC, VIC & VWIC NM NME,EVM NME-X SM Supports NM, NME Supports NM, NME NME-X,NME-XD & EVM via Adapter card AIM AIM ISM PVDM2 PVDM3 Supports PVDM2 Via Adapter Card Pre-ISR ISR ISR G2ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 22
  23. 23. Adapters o Maximize investment protection, while allowing for platform evolution o Provide maximum interface coverage at platform FCS NM to PVDM2 to PVDM3 SM Adapter AdapterISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 23
  24. 24. Collaboration , Services Virtualization, Security, ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 24
  25. 25. Video-Ready Rich-media Services with Medianet o Video-Ready Media Engine (PVDM3) o Scalable audio-conferencing o Increased Video Storage (Up to 1TB per module) o Multi-Gigabit Fabric for hi-performance connectivity o WAN Optimization and Application Acceleration Superior Customer Experience with up to 350 Concurrent Rich-Media Collaboration Sessions TelePresence Secure IP Video High-scale Webex Streaming to Mid-Size Surveillance and desktop video video / Digital Branch Offices collaboration SignagePresentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 25
  26. 26. PVDM3 DSPs  All PVDM3 SKUs supported on all Cisco 2900 and 3900 series platforms PVDM3 G.711 SKUs Channels  Up to 4X voice channel density per slot PVDM3-256 256 GE backplane interface with for increased IP throughput PVDM3-192 192  Enhanced multi-core DSP architecture optimized PVDM3-128 128 for rich-media UC applications PVDM3-64 64  Feature parity with the PVDM2s PVDM3-32 32  Video feature ready PVDM3-16 16  Migration enabled by support for the co-existence of PVDM2, PVDM2-DM and PVDM3 on the Cisco 2900 and 3900 series platforms Video Ready DSPISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 26
  27. 27. Platform Onboard PVDM3 Voice Termination Capacity Summary  All onboard slots are populated with PVDM3-256 SM slots are unused (these can additionally be populated with PVDM2s) Onboard Onboard Ports G.711 G.729A/G.722 G.729/iLBC Platform PVDM3 Slots (T1/E1) Channels Channels Channels 3945E 3 6 (144 / 180) 768 576 360 3925E 3 6 (144 / 180) 768 576 360 3945 4 8 (192 / 240) 1024 768 480 3925 4 8 (192 / 240) 1024 768 480 2951 3 8 (192 / 240) 768 576 360 2921 3 8 (192 / 240) 768 576 360 2911 2 8 (192 / 240) 512 384 240 2901 2 8 (192 / 240) 512 384 240ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 27
  28. 28. PVDM2 and PVDM3 Co-Existence  ISR G2 mainboard DSP slots cannot support “mixed types”  Must all be PVDM3s OR  Must all be PVDM2s (via the adapter cards)  NM-HDV2 modules can only carry PVDM2 Onboard SM-Based Platform PVDM3 PVDM2 PVDM3 PVDM2 Slots Slots HDV2 HDV2 HDV2 HDV2 3945E 3 16 HDV2 HDV2 HDV2 HDV2 3925E 3 8 3945 4 16 PVDM3 on motherboard PVDM2 on motherboard 3925 4 8 PVDM2 in NM slots PVDM2 in NM slots 2951 3 8 NM interfaces can EHWIC and NM interfaces 2921 3 4 share DSPs can share DSPs 2911 2 4 2901 2 0ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 28
  29. 29. Cisco Next Generation Integrated Services Router Portfolio for Unified Communications 3945E Multiple Services With the Services Module and Integrated Services 450 Module – SRE for Unity Express (32 ports) and AXP 3925E 1500 2500 3945 400 660 1350 Concurrent Services and Performance 3925 350 2000 2951 250 1200 420 730 1000 150 800 720 2921 150 480 2911 100 600 100 250 2901 50 400 50 170 35 200  Cisco Unified Communications Manager 35 100 Express 100 50  Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony  Cisco Unified Border Element  Voice Gateway Small Office Small Branch Enterprise Branch OfficeISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 29
  30. 30. Service Virtualization Virtualized Cisco Services Ready Engine Services o De-coupled hardware and software o Services Ready Engines with onboard storage Integrated o Centralized deployment and management of services Compute and Storage Centralized Management o Open Architecture for Extensible applications Any Service, Any Branch, Any Where Network and Custom Industry Standard Cloud Collaboration Applications for Server Survivability Services any Deployment Virtualization Secure & Optimize Branch (Network-aware Lean (Server Consolidation ) (Business Continuity) Experience Applications )ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 30
  31. 31. Virtualized Services Framework Virtualized Services Management Central management Software can be deployed and managed remotely without truck-rolls for remote provisioning Cisco Network & Compute Services & Cisco and Collaboration Third Party 3rd Party Services Applications Management App (C) Tools Cisco App (A) Cisco App (B) App (D) (e.g. WAAS) (e.g. CUE) App (E) 3rd Party Tool HYPERVISOR / AXP 3rd Party Tool CCP Integrated Compute and Storage Hardware Hardware can be deployed with the router CiscoWorks Services Ready Engine – SM or ISM LMSISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 31
  32. 32. SRE Hardware Overview  Multipurpose hardware designed to meet the needs of both appliances and servers Network, Collaboration, and Server Features Security Appliance Features  Intel 64-bit multi-core processor  TCP/IP/UDP hardware offload  Hardware assisted virtualization  Fastpath TCP processing  Hardware iSCSI controller  Non-volatile eUSB memory  RAID  Cryptography co-processor  Hot-swappable HDDs  Multiple GE NICs  Applications decide which hardware features they use  All modules have compact footprint and draw low power  Up to 7x compute performance from previous generationISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 32
  33. 33. Hardware Comparison Matrix SRE 300 ISM SRE 700 SM SRE 900 SM Intel Processor 1.066 1.86 GHz Intel Core 2 1.86 GHz Intel Core 2 Processor GHz Duo Duo (Single Core) (Single Core) (Dual Core) Maximum 512 MB 2 GB 4 GB Memory Maximum 2 x 500 GB SATA HDDs 4 GB Compact Flash 500 GB SATA HDD Storage w/ RAID 0/1  2 Internal GE ports  2 Internal GE ports Ports  2 Internal GE ports  1 External GE port  1 External GE port  1 External USB port  1 External USB port Cavium Nitrox Security Security Co-processorISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 33
  34. 34. ISR G2 Service Modules Portfolio Collaboration Compute Services Network and Security Services Services and Applications Network Network and Unified Application Industry Services Physical Security Communications Infrastructure Applications Get More from the Secure, Protect, Enable New Capabilities Consolidate Branch IT Custom Solutions Network Complianceo Cisco Wireless LAN o Cisco Video o Cisco Unity® o Cisco Application o ICW Healthcare Controller (WLC) Surveillance Express module Extension Platform Connector on AXP (voicemail, IVR) (AXP)o Infoblox core o Tiani Medical Data network services o NICE Voice o Integrated Storage Exchange on AXP (AXP) Recording (AXP) System o Global Protocolso Cisco Network o Sagem Interstar o Industry leading Skipware (AXP) Analysis (NAM) Fax over IP (AXP) virtualizationo Cisco Wide Area o SingleWire Application Services Informacast (AXP) (WAAS) ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 34
  35. 35. New Enhanced EtherSwitch Service Modules (ESM) 16, 24, and 48 ports of GE Integrates the latest enterprise switch features or FE LAN into the router, with the same features and configurations that are in the headquarters Feature parity with Catalyst 3560-E and 2960 Industry Leading Power Over Ethernet Local Line-rate Layer 2/3 switching Enhanced POE (ePOE) Up to 20 watts per port Supports Cisco EnergyWise Takes advantage of 2900/3900 increased power for green IT levels offering up to 1040 watts per chassis Integration with MGF for LAN traffic Per port autosensing and configuration performance optimization between of power levels modules, with no impact on CPU/WAN Industry leading security and authentication performance Auto Smartports for plug and play port configuration Gigabit EthernetISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 39
  36. 36. Switch Types Model Layer FE Ports GE Ports SFP POE Width SM-D-ES3G-48-P L2/L3 48 2 Yes Double SM-D-ES3-48-P L2/L3 48 1 2 Yes Double SM-ES3G-24-P L2/L3 24 Yes Single SM-ES3-24-P L2/L3 23 1 Yes Single SM-ES3G-16-P L2/L3 16 Yes Single SM-ES3-16-P L2/L3 15 1 Yes Single SM-D-ES2-48 L2 48 1 2 Double SM-ES2-24-P L2 23 1 Yes Single SM-ES2-24 L2 23 1 Single SM-ES2-16-P L2 15 1 Yes SingleISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 40
  37. 37. ISR G2—Earth and Customer Friendly Future o More on Roadmap Real o Around 50% savings in Power Savings o Real $$ savings Earth o Long lasting operational life o Reduced recycling impact Friendly o Less CO2 in the atmosphere Built to o Modularity for HW and applications Last Solution o Field upgradeable mainboards (3900) o Cisco Software (IOS) and Services support o Built to last with long product lifecycle o Able to power off components of the system during non working hours o Mainboards lead (Pb) free – (RoHS6)Design o Power supplies at least 85% efficient o Improved factory packing solutions o Improved internal coolingISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 41
  38. 38. Operational Excellence Improving Carbon Footprint with ISR G2 Cisco EnergyWise EnergyWise Policy: Power off at 7 p.m.  Real-time Energy Power Consumption reporting  System-wide EnergyWise  ISR G2 Module power Up/Down  Verdiem Orchestrator PC control NEW EnergyWise Policy: Power on at 7 a.m. Hardware Re-Usability Environmentally Friendly Power Management  90% of service modules and  RoHS compliant  Devices can be turned off WAN interface cards supported motherboards—no lead! 66% of the year.  Investment protection  Recyclable packaging Green Engineering  Power Boost mode on 3900 series  High-efficiency power supplies (85%)ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 42
  39. 39. IOS Software EvolutionISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 44
  40. 40. Evolution of Software Packaging and Activation 2010+ 2004+ 1990s Licensed IOS Reformation Ease Of Ordering Operational Simplicity IOS Services On Demand Introduced with ISRs Reduced Many Images, Complexity/Images Feature Upgrades Some SW Licensing Complex to SupportISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 45
  41. 41. IOS Software Packaging Evolution Summary Current New Universal Image Advanced Enterprise Services Security U.C. Data Advanced IP Enterprise Services Services IP Base o Simplified Software Management Adv. Security SP Services Ent. Base A single IOS Universal Image will ship with all ISR G2 platforms IP Voice Four IOS enforceable licenses enable full suite of functionality that were previously offered in eight images IP Base o Less Costly Software Upgrades IOS feature upgrades can be done by enabling a new license key, reducing the need for truck-roll to remote offices o Enable Development of New Software Based Business Models Services on Demand—purchase upgrades as you need them via Cisco licensingISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 46
  42. 42. SoftwareUse IOS Features in Right to Activation Feature Licenses Technology Packages Feature Licences  MLPP  SNA switch  LMR [Land Mobile Radio]  SSLVPN  CME: Voice and Video (C)  MPLS BFD RSVP  Intrusion Prevention (S)  SRST : Voice and Video (C)  L2VPN  Content Filtering (S)  VXML/IVR Gateway (C)  L2TPv3  CUBE[IPIP Gateway] (C)  Layer 2 Local VC/DLCI Switching  CUBE[IP Trunk] (C)  Flexible Netflow  Mobile IP  CUBE [Gatekeeper] (C)  Multicast Authentication  FHRP—GLBP  IKE v1 / IPsec / PKI  TDM/PSTN Gateway  ISIS IPv6 OSPFv6  IPsec/GRE  Video Gateway[H320/324]  ISIS IPv6 OSPFv6  Easy VPN w/ DVTI  Voice Conferencing  IP SLAs PfR NTPv4   DECnet ALPS  DMVPN Cod ec Transcoding   AppleTalk RSRB BIP  Static VTI Secure Voice/ SRTP  DLSw+ FRAS  Firewall  RSVP Agent (voice)  Token Ring  Network Foundation  FAX T.37/38  ISL IPX STUN Protection  CAC/QOS  SNTP SDLC QLLC  GETVPN  Hoot-n-Holler  LAT SEC UC Data AAA BGP, OSPF, EIGRP, ISIS, RIP PBR IGMP, Multicast DHCP HSRP, GLBP NHRP HTTP HQF QoS ACL, NBAR GRE CDP, ARP NTP PPP IP Base PPPoA PPPoE RADIUS TACACS SCTP SMDS SNMP STP VLAN DTP IGMP Snooping SPAN WCCP ISDN ADSL over ISDN NAT - Basic X.25, RSVPISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 47
  43. 43. New Model  Each device is loaded with a  New devices are shipped with the universal IOS image Software Activation License pre-installed  A Software Activation License enables specific functionality  New functionality can be “switched on” with a new SAL  Each SAL is unique to a particular device Simply order a PAK for the desired Feature Set A Feature Set is purchased via a “Product Activation Key” (PAK) Product ID + Serial Number + PAK = Software Activation LicenseISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 48
  44. 44. IOS Software Activation Software Activation After Product Order 1. Customer purchases product activation keys (PAKs) for desired feature set and obtains Unique Device Identifier (Product ID + PAK Serial Number), for the device he wants to upgrade 2. Using the Cisco website, the customer can purchase and Product ID generate a license for a feature set on that specific device 3. License is installed and activated using Cisco License Manager, Serial Router Call-Home, or manual copy and install Number 4. These steps are the same for additional feature sets System Administrator URLF SSL CUBE SNA IPS Unique Previously Device Purchased SECURITY Identifier DATA Router UC Product ID Serial NumberISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 49
  45. 45. Cisco IOS Release 15 M and T  New release strategy with feature delivery in a shorter amount of time  Proactive support policies, consistent release numbering, clearer software deployment and migration guidance  Predicable new feature release and rebuild schedulesISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 50
  46. 46. Release 15 M and T  Follow-on to Release 12.4 Mainline and 12.4T  Features and platform support inheritance from Release 12.4T  Proactive release support policies and software migration guidelines Extended Maintenance M releases for long-term support Standard Maintenance T releases between EMs for faster Cisco feature delivery  Predictable release and maintenance rebuild schedules with measurable milestones  New release three times/year; Extended Maintenance (EM) release every 18–20 months  Release 15.0(1)M - 1941, 2900, and 3900  Release 15.1(1)T - 1941, 2900, 3900 & 3900EPresentation_ID © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 51
  47. 47. Release 15.0 Numbering and Delivery Single Train Improved Quality Predictable Release Model and Management Schedules 15.0(1)M 15.0(1)M1 15.0(1)M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 EM1 15.1(1)T 15.1(1)T1 15.1(1)T2 T3T releases 15.1(2)T 15.1(2)T1 T2 T3 Extended Maintenance Releases12.4(24)T 15.1(3)T 15.1(3)T1 T2 T3 15.1(4)T 15.1(4)T1 T2 T3 15.1(5)M M1 M2 M3 M4 EM2 15.2(1)T T2Release 12.4T T1 Release 15.2(2)T T1 15.0 Release 15.1 Release 15.2ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 52
  48. 48. Summary ReviewWhat’s New with Cisco ISR G2?Making the best …even better! Cisco ISR Cisco ISR G2 Up to 45 Mbps with Services WAN Performance Up to 350 Mbps with Services Single Network processor Multi-core Up to 160GB storage Service Module Up to 7X with Dual Core and 1TB Performance and Capacity storage Voice Only Onboard DSPs Voice + Video Fast Ethernet with PoE. Based FE/GE Ethernet with EPoE Based on Catalyst 3560/3750 Switch Modules on Catalyst 3560–E/2960 Multiple IOS Images Single Universal IOS Image Hardware Coupled Service Delivery Virtual Services “On-demand” Single Motherboard Redundant power supplies. Redundancy Field-upgradeable motherboard EnergyWise EnergyWise with slot based Energy Efficiency controls. Up to 7x the Performance ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 55
  49. 49. The New Branch ExperienceIntegrated Services Routers Generation 2 Service Video-Ready Operational Virtualization Excellence Services on demand  Rich media applications  Greener technology Customized services  High performance  Operational simplicity Cloud extension  Application optimization  Investment protection Business Customer Lowest Innovation Experience TCO ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 56
  50. 50. ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 57
  51. 51. Alternative BACKUP SLIDESISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 58
  52. 52. Introducing: Cisco Integrated Services Router Generation 2 3925E, 3945E 3925, 3945 2901, 2911,Performance, Scalability, Availability 2921, 2951 1941, 1941W 860, 880, 890 Customizable Secure Scalable Rich- Virtual Secure Applications Media Services Collaboration Office Mobility Enhancing the Customer Experience ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 59
  53. 53. Cisco 3900 Series Integrated Services Routers 3945 3925 SM Slots 4 2 Scalable Rich-media Services Platform ISM Slots 1 1 EHWIC Slots 4 4 o Up To 150Mbps WAN Access With Services Onboard DSP Slots 4 4 o Upgradeable services performance Field Upgradeable SPE-150 SPE-100 engine (SPE) for future expansion Motherboards Integrated Redundant PS Yes Yes All 3900 Series: Onboard WAN 3GE (2 SFP) 3GE (2 SFP) o Up to 1040 watts with PoE Boost Default Flash 256MB 256MB o Configurable dual Integrated Default DRAM 1 GB 1 GB Redundant Power supplies o Hot swappable fans and power supply Form Factor 3RU 3RUISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 60
  54. 54. New Cisco 3900E Series Optimized for High Performance Branch Applications 3945E 3925E SM Slots 4 2 Scalable Rich-media Services for the Branch ISM Slots 0 0 o Up to 350Mbps WAN Access With EHWIC Slots 3 3 Services (3945E) Onboard DSP Slots 3 3 o Up to 3x performance improvement Field Upgradeable over 3945 & 3925 SPE-250 SPE-200 Motherboards o 4 Onboard GE Ports Integrated Redundant PS Yes Yes Onboard WAN 4 GE (2 SFP) 4 GE (2 SFP) All 3900 Series: Default Flash 256MB 256MB o Up to 1040 watts with PoE Boost Default DRAM 1 GB 1 GB o Configurable dual Integrated Redundant Power supplies Form Factor 3RU 3RU o Hot swappable fans and power supplyISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 61
  55. 55. Borderless Branch—WAN Infrastructure New Products Roadmap Available Branch-WAN Mobility Unified Solution ManagementIT Infrastructure Services Communications Guides High-Performance Cisco Validated Secure Mobility Collaboration Operational Efficiency Services ArchitecturesPlatforms Platforms  CUBE Enterprise Energy Management  Smart Business  ISR G2 887, 887V, (ASR 1000, ISR G2  System-wide Architecture Cisco 3945E, 3925E 3945E & 3925E) EnergyWise , Real- Cisco 1921 888E  Borderless  CUE 8.0 (ISR G2) time power reporting Networks  Integrated 3G + (ISR G2)HWICs VDSL on single box Architecture 2.0  Increased EoSHDSL, VDSL2  Verdiem Orchestrator HWICs CME/SRE Seats PC Control (ISR G2)  Managed Services (ISR G2) (ISR G2)  900 MHz 3G  Module Power  EnergySecurity  High Performance  Video Optimization Up/Down (ISR G2) Management Video Surveillance HSPA (ISR G2) Network Management  Cisco Virtual (ISR G2) Office Software  Smart Call Home VRF aware IPsec &  DCI Architecture  3G MIB—Remote  E-OAM (ISR G2) Firewall (ASR 1000) Management  NetScout on AXP  VoIP over 3G (ISR G2)ISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 62
  56. 56. Operational Excellence Improving Management Efficiency with Smart Call Home on ISR G2  Proactive, real-time diagnostics and alerts  Automatic generation of Cisco service requests  Personalized web reports  Secure, reliable data transport Cisco SMART Call Home Service Baseline Offering A Cisco SMARTnet Service www.cisco.com/go/smartcall CapabilityISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential
  57. 57. Case Study Smarter Infrastructure with Cisco Smart Call Home Location Revenue Liberty Lake, WA US $2.5 billion Manage and automate remote support operations 1 Challenge for Itron global data center expansion Activated Smart Call Home around the world to provide 2 Solution continual device diagnostics, alerts, and remediation advice Reduced incident resolution 3 Results time by up to 3 hours Increased network stability and uptime Estimated ROI at 10–15% over outsourced serviceISR G2 TDM © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 64

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