The scenario is that we will be "Wholesaling" Circuits from other carriers. All will map to a centralized Router running a VRF per customer. The question is, how do I know how to size the router appropriately?
It all depends on the platform of the router you are getting. For example, the sup-720-3C for the 6500 supports 1024 VRFs with the maximum number of supported IPv4 routes of 256000 for the entire device. So, if you have 10 vrfs on your device each vrf can have a max of 25600 routes. It all varies platform by platform.
No, unfortunately not. Cisco has just too many different platforms. You would have to read the data sheet for each platform you are installing. Look at the data sheet for 6500, 7600, 7200, ASR series routers.
The Cisco EPN system incorporates a network architecture designed to consolidate multiples services on a single Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) transport network. This network is designed primarily based on Application Engineered...
Internet security is important with the increasing attacks that are happening every day. Many internet and browsing security solutions exist, but some are not very easy to use or maybe the question is how can I enable them?
Cisco Software Manager Server
This document describes the programmatic interfaces, RESTful APIs, which are supported by Cisco Software Manager Server (CSM Server).
CSM Server supports a set of finite RESTful APIs. The fir...