I would say that the numbers are somewhat arbitrary, but the lower the number the lower the capability. I would highly recommend searching around the cisco.com site for specifics about what the differences are in each architecture and also to know what exactly it is you are looking for!
Kindly let me know what exactly this number is...like 1800,2800, and so on...
just search on the cisco.com site.
actully cisco having any specific reason?
no would be a good answer. Also, what exactly are you trying to accomplish? In all reality it doesn't matter and just defines what the product line is, and that can be answered easily from looking at the cisco.com website.
I't likely Cisco has some logic to series assignment, but haven't read about it.
What I have noticed is Cisco usually seems to rank the different models into tiers of power based on the series number. Then increment series values for newer models in the same market tier. They also increment within the model of the series.
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