Solutions - Cisco SD-WAN vEdge Routers Data Sheet (2022)

Solutions - Cisco SD-WAN vEdge Routers Data Sheet (1)

Introduction

Cisco’s SD-WAN vEdge Routers are routing components of the architecture that delivers the essential WAN, security and multi-cloud capability of the Cisco SD-WAN solution.

Cisco SD-WAN vEdge routers are delivered as hardware, software, cloud or virtualized components that sit at the perimeter of a site, such as remote office, branch office, campus, or a data center. They participate in establishing a secure virtual overlay network over a mix of any WAN transports.

Product portfolio

The entire Cisco SD-WAN routing portfolio includes:

Viptela OS Routers

1. vEdge-100: five fixed 10/100/1000 Mbps ports. Comes in three different flavors:

vEdge 100b: Ethernet only

vEdge 100m: Ethernet and integrated 2G/3G/4G modem

2. vEdge-1000: 8 ports of fixed GE SFP

3. vEdge-2000: 2 Pluggable Interface Modules

4. vEdge-5000: 4 Network Interface Modules

5. ISR 1100-4G: 4 GE WAN ports

6. ISR 1100-4GLTE: 4 GE WAN ports, 4G LTE (CAT4)

7. ISR 1100-6G: 6 GE WAN ports (4 GE and 2 SFP)

IOS XE SD-WAN Routers

1. ISR & ASR Series: With IOS XE SD-WAN software image, SD-WAN capability can be enabled on select ISR 1000 series, ISR 4000 series and ASR 1000 series routers. For more details, refer the respective data sheets.

2. ENCS: With IOS XE SD-WAN software image, SD-WAN capability can be enabled on select ENCS 5000 series platforms. For more details, refer to the respective data sheets.

3. vEdge Cloud and CSR 1000V are the cloud elements of the SD-WAN solution. For more details, refer to the respective data sheets.

vEdge Routers: All of vEdge Routers offer the same software functionality. The key differences between the platforms are in respect to throughput, redundancy in hardware components and port density. Somemodels of vEdge-100 routers offer additional functionality in the form of Power over Ethernet. Key hardware specifications for vEdge Routers are listed in Table 1.

Table 1. Key Hardware Specifications of the vEdge Routers

Item

vEdge-100

vEdge-1000

vEdge-2000

vEdge-5000

Services and Slot Density

Traffic ports

5 x 10/100/1000 Mbps RJ-45 ports

8 x 1 Gbps SFP

4 x 1 Gbps SFP, 2 Pluggable Inter- face Module (PIM) slots.

PIM Options: 2 x 10 Gbps SFP, 8 x 1 Gbps SFP

4 Network Interface Module (NIM) slots – NIM Options: 8 x 1Gbps Copper, 8 x 1Gbps SFP and 4 x 10Gbps

Memory DDR3 ECC

2 GB

2 GB

8 GB

32GB DDR4

SD card slot (external)

N/A

Maximum capacity supported 32 GB

Maximum capacity supported32 GB

N/A

NAND storage (internal)

4 GB

8 GB

8 GB

120GB

External USB

Host Port

100b: N/A

100m: 1(USB 3.0 Type A)

2 (USB 3.0 Type A)

2 (USB 3.0 Type A)

2 (USB 2.0 Type A)

Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)

100b: N/A

100m & 100wm: 1 port, 15.4W (802.3af)

N/A

N/A

N/A

4G LTE

100b: N/A

100m : 1Integrated

N/A

N/A

N/A

USB console port

1, Mini Type B (115.2Kbps)

1, Type B
(115.2 Kbps)

1, Type B
(115.2 Kbps)

N/A

Serial console port

N/A

1, RJ-45 (115.2 Kbps)

1, RJ-45 (115.2 Kbps)

1, RJ-45 (115.2 Kbps)

Management Ethernet port (RJ-45 10/100/1000Mbps)

N/A

1, RJ-45 10/100/1000

1, RJ-45 10/100/1000

1, RJ-45 10/100/1000

Power supply option

100b: External AC-DC power adapter

100m: Internal fixed AC power adapter

External AC-DC power adapter

Hot-swappable Power Supply Units (PSUs)

Hot-swappable Power Supply Units (PSUs)

Redundant power supply support

N/A

Yes

1+1 active-active redundancy

Yes

Fans

100b: N/A (fanless) 100m: 1 fan, fixed

2

2, hot swappable

4, hot swappable

Power Specifications

AC input voltage

90-264 Vrms
(100-240V)

90-264 Vrms
(100-240V)

90-264 Vrms
(100-240V)

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90-264 Vrms
(100-240V)

AC input line frequency

47-63 Hz

47-63 Hz

47-63 Hz

47-63 Hz

Typical power consumption

100b: 15W

100m: 35Wwith PoE, 20W withoutPoE

28W

125W

Max power consumption 285W

Physical Specifications

Rack height

100b: 1 RU

100m: 1RUPlus

1 RU

1 RU

1 RU

Chassis height

100b: 1.75 in.
(4.4 cm)

100m:
1.8 in. (4.6 cm)

1.75 in.
(4.4 cm)

1.75 in.
(4.4 cm)

1.75 in.
(4.4 cm)

Chassis width

100b: 6.75 in. (17cm)

100m: 9.25in. (23.5 cm)

7.5 in. (19 cm)

Chassis only: 17.25 in. (43.82cm) Chassis with mounting brackets attached: 19 in. (48.2 cm)

Chassis only: 438mm

Chassis with mounting brackets attached: 19in. (482mm)

Chassis depth

100b: 5.5 in. (14cm)

100m: 5.75in. (14.6 cm)

10 in. (25.4 cm)

18.5 in. (47 cm)

580mm

Chassis weight

1.75 lb (0.79 kg)

3.55 lb (1.6 kg)

Chassis only: 11 lb (5 kg)

Chassis with two powersupplies

installed: 15 lb (6.8 kg)

Chassis with Fans and Power supplies installed:37 lbs

Airflow

100b: N/A (fanless) 100m: Top

Front to back

Front to back

Front to back

Rack-mount accessory kit 19 in (48.3 cm) EIA

100b: Provided with the unit 100m: Available and sold separately

Available and sold separately

Provided with the unit

Provided with the unit

Packaging Specifications

Package height

3.58 in. (9.09 cm)

8.5 in. (21.6 cm)

8.5 in. (21.6 cm)

9 in. (22.86 cm)

Package width

100b: 7.75 in. (19.68cm)

100m: 10 in. (25.4 cm)

11.75 in. (29.84 cm)

22 in. (55.88 cm)

24 in. (60.96 cm)

Package depth

13 in. (33 cm)

16.5 in. (41.9 cm)

23.5 in. (59.7 cm)

31 in. (78.74 cm)

Operating Condition

Temperature

0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) at sea level (temperature de-rating of 1.5 deg C per 1000 feet of altitude applicable up to max of 10000 feet or 3000 m)

0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) at sea level (temperature de-rating of 1.5 deg C per 1000 feet of altitude applicable up to max of 10000 feet or 3000 m)

0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) at sea level (temperature de-rating of 1.5 deg C per 1000 feet of altitude applicable up to max of 10000 feet or 3000 m)

0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) at sea level (temperature de-rating of 1.5 deg C per 1000 feet of altitude applicable up to max of 10000 feet or 3000 m)

Altitude

Max 3000 m (10000 ft)

Max 3000 m (10000ft)

Max 3000 m (10000 ft)

Max 3000 m (10000 ft)

Humidity

10 to 85% RH

10 to 85% RH

10 to 85% RH

10 to 85% RH

Transportation/Storage Condition

Temperature

-40 to 70°C
(-40 to 158°F)

-40 to 70°C
(-40 to 158°F)

-40 to 70°C
(-40 to 158°F)

-40 to 70°C
(-40 to 158°F)

Humidity

5 to 95%RH

5 to 95%RH

5 to 95%RH

5 to 95%RH

Altitude

4570 m (15000ft.)

4570 m (15000 ft.)

4570 m (15000 ft.)

4570 m (15000 ft.)

Reliability

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MTBF

104K hours

80K hours

420K hours

178K hours

Regulatory Compliance

Safety

AS/NZS 60950-1

AS/NZS 60950-1

AS/NZS 60950-1

AS/NZS 60950-1

CAN/CSA 60950-1

CAN/CSA 60950-1

CAN/CSA 60950-1

CAN/CSA 60950-1

CB-IEC60950-1

CB-IEC60950-1

CB-IEC60950-1

CB-IEC60950-1

CE Marking

CE Marking

CE Marking

CE Marking

EN 60950-1

EN 60950-1

EN 60950-1

EN 60950-1

UL60950-1

UL60950-1

UL60950-1

UL60950-1

EMC

100b: AS/NZS CISPR22 Class A

100m: AS/NZS CISPR22 Class B

AS/NZS CISPR22 Class A

AS/NZS CISPR22 Class A

EN 550332: 2012+AC: 2013 Class A

AS/NZS CISPR 32: 2015

CISPR32: 2015

EN55024: 2010 +A1: 2015

EN 61000-3-2: 2014 CLASS A

EN 61000-3-3: 2013

EN 300 386

EN 300 386

EN 300 386

100b: EN 55022 ClassA

100m: EN 55022 ClassB

EN 55022 Class A

EN 55022 Class A

FCC PART 15, SUBPART B

ANSI C63, 4-2014

ICES-003 ISSUE 6: 2016

CISPR 22: 2008

CAN/CSA-CISPR 22-10

100b: FCC Class A 100m: FCC Class B

FCC Class A

FCC Class A

FCC Class A

100b: ICES Class A 100m: ICES Class B

ICES Class A

ICES Class A

ICES Class A

100b: VCCI Class A 100m: VCCI Class B

VCCI Class A

VCCI Class A

VCCI Class A

Environmental

ROHS 6/6

ROHS

ROHS

ROHS

Table 2 below depicts key specifications for the 4G/LTE functionality on vEdge-100m.

Table 2. 4G/LTE Specifications of the vEdge-100m

Item

vEdge-100m

Hardware Components

LTE modem

Internal PCIe module

SIM card

1, Mini SIM (2FF)

Antenna type

MIMO, Dipole swivel

Antenna connectors

2, type F

Specifications and Features

User equipment implementation

3GPP, release 9 compliant

User equipment category

UE category 3

Maximum data transfer rates

Downlink: 100 Mbps

Uplink: 50 Mbps

Voice and SMS

No

Certifications

PTCRB, GCF

Table 3 below depicts 4G/LTE bands supported on vEdge-100 platforms.

Table 3. 4G/LTE Bands Supported on vEdge-100m

Region

100m-VZ

100m-AT

100m-NA

100m-GB

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100m-NT

LTE Bands

4 (AWS 1700MHz/2100Hz),

13 (700MHz)

2 (1900MHz),

4 (AWS 1700Hz/2100Hz),

5 (850MHz),

17 (700MHz)

2 (1900MHz),

4 (AWS 1700MHz/2100MHz),

5 (850MHz),

13 (700MHz),

17 (700MHz),

25 (1900MHz)

1 (2100MHz),

3 (1800MHz),

7 (2600MHz),

8 (900MHz),

20 (800MHz)

1 (2100MHz),

19 (800MHz),

21 (1500MHz)

Australia

No

No

No

Yes

No

Europe

No

No

No

Yes

No

Middle East

No

No

No

Yes

No

Latin America and Asia Pacific

No

No

No

Yes

No

United States

Verizon

AT&T

Yes

No

No

Canada

No

No

No

No

No

Japan

No

No

No

Yes

NTT DoCoMo

Table 4 depicts 2G and 3G bands supported on vEdge-100 platforms.

Table 4. 2G and 3G Bands on vEdge-100m

Technology

100m-VZ

100m-AT

100m-NA

100m-GB

100m-NT

UMTS/HSPA+

No

2 (1900MHz),

4 (AWS1700/2100M- Hz),

5 (850Mhz)

A1 (2100MHz), 2 (1900MHz),

4 (AWS 1700/2100MHz),

5 (850MHz),

8 (900MHz)

1 (2100MHz),

2 (1900MHz),

5 (850MHz),

8 (900MHz)

1(2100MHz),

5 (850MHz),

6 (800MHz),

19 (850MHz)

GPRS/Edge

No

GSM 850 (850MHz),

EGSM 900 (900MHz),

DCS 1800 (1800MHz),

PCS 1900 (1900MHz)

GSM 850 (850MHz),

EGSM 900 (900MHz),

DCS 1800 (1800MHz),

PCS 1900 (1900MHz)

GSM 850 (850MHz),

EGSM 900 (900MHz),

DCS 1800 (1800MHz),

PCS 1900 (1900MHz)

GSM 850 (850MHz),

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EGSM 900 (900MHz),

DCS 1800 (1800MHz),

PCS 1900 (1900MHz)

CDMA

EVDO Release 0,

EVDO Release A

BC0 (Cellular 800MHz),

BC1 (PCS 1900MHz),

BC10 (Secondary 800MHz)

No

No

No

No

Software capabilities

The vEdge routers take advantage of standards-based features for the LAN (service) and WAN (transport) side ofthe network. Key software capabilities of the vEdge Routers are listed in Table 5.

Category

Features

AAA

TACACS+, RADIUS, local, role-based access control

Routing

OSPF, eBGP, iBGP, static, connected, OMP

Bridging

802.1Q, native VLAN, bridge domains, IRB, host-mode bridging

Security

Zero-trust, whitelisting, tamper-proof module, DTLS/TLS, IPSec, ESP-256-CBC, Authentication Header, HMAC-SHA1, DDOS protection, control plane protection, NAT traversal

Forwarding and Quality of Service (QoS)

Classification, prioritization, low latency queuing, remarking, shaping, scheduling, policing, mirroring, NAT/PAT

Multicast

IGMP v1/v2, PIM, Auto-RP, scale-out traffic replication

Policy

Route policies, app-aware routing, control policy, data policy, ACL policy, VPN member- ship policy, service advertisement and insertion policy

Cellular

Integrated 4G/LTE modem (vEdge 100m), circuit of last resort

System and network services

IPv4, SNMP, NTP, DNS client, DHCP client, DHCP server, DHCP relay, config archival, Syslog, SSH, SCP, NAT/PAT, Cflowd v10 IPFIX export

Configuration and monitoring

Netconf over SSH, CLI, REST (vManage), Linux shell

Out-of-band management

Management port (vEdge-1000, vEdge-2000, vEdge-5000), serial console port (vEdge-1000, vEdge-2000, vEdge-5000), USB console port

Ordering information

Ordering information for vEdge Routers is listed in Table 5.

Table 5. Ordering Information for vEdge Routers

SKU

SKU Description

VEDGE-100B-AC-K9

vEdge-100b AC router chassis with external power supply, 5 Ethernet ports, cables and mounting kit

VEDGE-100M-AT-K9

VEdge-100 AC router 4G/LTE SIM slot US. AT&T

VEDGE-100M-GB-K9

VEdge-100 AC router 4G/LTE SIM slot - World Wide

VEDGE-100M-NA-K9

VEdge-100 AC router 4G/LTE SIM slot NA PTCRB certified

VEDGE-100M-NT-K9

VEdge-100 AC router 4G/LTE SIM slot Japan ATT Docomo

VEDGE-100M-SP-K9

VEdge-100 AC router 4G/LTE SIM slot US Sprint

VEDGE-100M-VZ-K9

VEdge-100 AC router 4G/LTE SIM US Verizon

VEDGE-1000-AC-K9

VEdge-1000 AC router base chassis with 8x1GE fixed ports

VEDGE-2000-AC-K9

Cisco VEDGE-2000 AC Router Base Chassis

VEDGE-5000-AC-K9

VEdge 5000 AC router with 4 NIM slots

NIM-8-1GE-RJ45

VEdge 5000 AC router with 8 NIM 1GE Copper Slot

NIM-8-1GE-SFP

VEdge 5000 AC router with 8 NIM 1GE fiber Slot

NIM-4-10GE-SFPP

VEdge 5000 AC router with 4 NIM 10GE SFP+ Slot

PIM-2X10GE-SFP+

Cisco VEDGE-2000 2x 10GE SFP+ PIM

PIM-8X1GE-SFP

Cisco VEDGE-2000 8x 1GE SFP PIM

VIP-SFP-1GE-BASET

Small form-factor pluggable transceiver - 1GE BaseT 10/100/1000

VIP-SFP-1GE-LX

Small form-factor pluggable transceiver - 1GE LX

VIP-SFP-1GE-SX

Small form-factor pluggable transceiver - 1GE SX

VIP-SFP+-10GE-LR

Small form-factor pluggable plus transceiver - 10GE LR

VIP-SFP+-10GE-SR

Small form-factor pluggable plus transceiver - 10GE SR

For ordering details of SD-WAN capability on ISR 1000 series, ISR 4000 series, ASR 1000 series, and ENCS refer the respective data sheets.

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FAQs

What is vEdge router in SD-WAN? ›

The vEdge Cloud router is offered as a virtual machine that can be deployed in the variety of private, public, and hybrid cloud computing environments. It is supported on all major hypervisor platforms. platforms. AES-NI offers optimized IP security (IPSec) performance when using AES encryption algorithms.

What are two functions of a vEdge router? ›

vEdge Routers — Full-featured IP routers that perform standard functions such as Border Gateway Protocols, Open Shortest Path First, Access Control Lists, Quality of Service, and various routing policies in addition to the overlay communication.

What is Cisco SD-WAN solution? ›

SD-WAN is a software-defined approach to managing the WAN. Key advantages include: Reducing costs with transport independence across MPLS, 4G/5G LTE, and other connection types. Improving application performance and increasing agility.

Which entity signs the public key of the vEdge element in an SD-WAN solution? ›

The public key needs to be signed by the CA root. The network administrator then requests a signed certificate and manually installs it and the certificate chains on the vSmart controllers, vBond orchestrators, and Cisco vManage systems.

What is difference between cEdge and vEdge? ›

vEdge refers to the platforms running ViptelaOS, whereas cEdge refers to the platforms running IOS-XE SD-WAN. In order to implement SD-WAN capability into the existing ISR/ASR/CSR platforms, a branch of code was necessary, which is now referred to as IOS-XE SD-WAN.

What is one benefit of the Cisco SD-WAN solution? ›

Increasing performance while lowering connectivity costs by increasing bandwidth even as they reduce overall connectivity costs. Requiring less IT staff time to manage and secure WANs through centralised software-defined automation and segmentation, helping further optimise the cost of running WANs.

What are the components of SD-WAN? ›

There are three main components to this virtualized network: The SD-WAN edge, the controller, and the orchestrator. The SD-WAN edge is where the network endpoints reside. This can be a branch office, a remote data center, or cloud platform.

Which model is used for physical router in SD-WAN? ›

With physical, virtual, and cloud routing options, you can deploy Cisco SD-WAN on Cisco vEdge, Cloud Services Router (CSR) 1000V, 1000 Series Integrated Services Routers (ISRs), and 4000 Series ISRs, and with Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) using Cisco SD-Branch solutions such as the Cisco 5000 Series Enterprise ...

What are the main components of the Cisco SD-WAN solution? ›

The solution is broken up into four planes: data, control, management and orchestration.

How much does Cisco SD-WAN cost? ›

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What users are saying about Cisco SD-WAN pricing: "SD-WAN as a service is probably something in the neighborhood of $100 to $200 a month per location."

Is SD-WAN a VPN? ›

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Some of the major differences between the two options include: Network Architecture: SD-WAN solutions act as gateways to a fully-connected network of SD-WAN appliances, while VPNs implement point-to-point connectivity.

What is the difference between SD-WAN and WAN? ›

The need for such speed necessitates a reliable network infrastructure. At present, companies trust SD-WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) because it has many benefits.
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What is domain ID in SD-WAN? ›

Domain ID. A domain is a logical grouping of edge routers and Cisco vSmart Controllers that demarcate the span of control for the Cisco vSmart Controllers. Each domain is identified by a unique integer, called the domain ID. Currently, you can configure only one domain in a Cisco SD-WAN overlay network.

What is the data policy in a Cisco SD-WAN deployment? ›

SD-WAN policies are designed to dictate how data flow within an environment. The Cisco SD-WAN environment clearly defines how data is transmitted within an environment by separating how data travels over the data plane, the management plane, and the control plane.

Which protocol is used to encrypt control plane traffic between SD-WAN controllers and SD-WAN endpoints? ›

The Overlay Management Protocol (OMP) is the protocol responsible for establishing and maintaining the Cisco SD-WAN control plane.

On which three Cisco routers can the IOS XE SD-WAN image be installed? ›

Yes, you need hardware that runs on the universal IOS image (IOS-XE). SDWAN capability first introduced on ISR 4000 Series Routers that include 4331. Now the list of hardware that supports SD-WAN includes all ISR 4000 router, ISR 1000 routers and ASR 1001-X, 1002-X, and -HX.

What is the purpose of the vBond element in an SD-WAN deployment? ›

vBond The vBond is part of the orchestration and zero touch deployment of SD-WAN, a vBond tells the vEdge which vSmart will be responsible for its configuration and policies.

What is the difference between Viptela and Meraki? ›

It is also important to note that Meraki appliances will only support technologies such as 4G (and 5G) as a backup, Viptela will support cellular wireless as a primary which can be used for load balancing. Viptela is also deployed within Data center based SD WAN solutions or as a component of Cloud architecture.

Which two functions are the main functions of a router? ›

The MAIN and MOST important function of router is hidden in its name itself. Router is used to route the traffic from your source [ISP(Internet Service Provider)] to destination [your LAN(Local Area Network)] and vice versa.

What function does a router perform? ›

A router receives and sends data on computer networks. Routers are sometimes confused with network hubs, modems, or network switches. However, routers can combine the functions of these components, and connect with these devices, to improve Internet access or help create business networks.

What are the main functions of a router Cisco? ›

1.1) A primary function of a router is to forward packets toward their destination. This is accomplished by using a switching function, which is the process used by a router to accept a packet on one interface and forward it out of another interface.

What are the main functions of a router quizlet? ›

A router maintains a routing table that lists which route should be used to forward a data packet, and through which physical interface connection. The router forwards data packets between incoming and outgoing interface connections.

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The vEdge Cloud router is offered as a virtual machine that can be deployed in the variety of private, public, and hybrid cloud computing environments.. With the traffic segmentation policies, you can create multiple VPNs on top of a single fabric to functionally segregate different types of traffic between the private and public cloud environments.. The following figure illustrates how Cisco vEdge Cloud router securely extends organizational WAN into the public cloud environment.. Solution elements of the Cisco vEdge Cloud router. The following table lists minimum x86 platform requirements.. Minimum x86 platform requirements for Cisco vEdge Cloud router. The following table lists key software capabilities of the Cisco vEdge Cloud routers.. Key software capabilities of the Cisco vEdge Cloud router. Cisco vEdge Cloud router is sold as a software subscription license.

Once you have prepared your site for router installation, unpack the vEdge 1000 router and mount it in a 19-inch rack using the mounting ears shipped with the router. Optionally, you can order the rack-mount kit from Viptela to mount the router. Read this article for step-by-step instructions for mounting the router in a 19-inch rack.

You can use the rack-mount tray to install the vEdge 1000 router. if you want to install two vEdge routers in the same slot in a 19-inch rack or if you want to mount the router on all four. posts of the rack.. You can order the transceivers that have a Viptela part number in the tables below directly from Viptela.. vEdge 1000 Router. vEdge 2000 Router. vEdge 5000 Router. Table 1 provides the power requirements for the external AC power supply adapter for the vEdge 1000 router.. Mount a vEdge 1000 Router Using a Rack-Mount Tray You can use a rack-mount tray to install the vEdge 1000 router if you want to install two vEdge routers in the same slot in. a 19-inch rack or if you want to mount the router on all four posts of the rack.. To connect system ground to the vEdge 1000 router (see Figure 1):. Step 2: Connect AC Power to the Router To connect the vEdge 1000 router to an AC power source (see Figure 2):. Figure 1: Installing a Transceiver in a vEdge 1000 Router. out of the router.

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The platform maintains the core components of the solution from that time, such as vEdge routers and the vManage, vBond and vSmart controllers.. Since the acquisition, Cisco has added support for ISR, ASR and CSR routers as compatible edge devices, now referred to as “cEdge.” For the purposes of this post, we’ll stick with the term “edge” to identify the edge routers in the Cisco SD-WAN solution.. The elements that comprise the Cisco SD-WAN solution can all be cloud-hosted or hosted on-premises.. Cisco SD-WAN offers on-box advanced security features when running on Cisco cEdge devices, such as Cisco’s Advanced Malware Protection (AMP), Intrusion Detection System (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS).. This integration of advanced security features, enabled via license selection, provides an enterprise with a full-featured set of security capabilities across the organization from the branch edge to the enterprise edge.. Cisco AMP Threat Grid is powered by Cisco Talos threat intelligence, which provides cEdges with up-to-date malware telemetry from more than 250 full-time threat researchers, four global data centers, more than 100 threat intelligence partners and millions of telemetry agents.. Segmentation is one of the key features of the Cisco SD-WAN solution.. Cisco SD-WAN is one of the solutions I’m most familiar with and I’ve seen it deployed regularly in our customer’s environments.. The ability to have a single box, all managed through vManage, performing SD-WAN functionality as well as advanced security functionality with optional cloud security integrations is an awesome way to get a single edge device at the branch.. If your organization is considering Cisco SD-WAN, it’s a great solution.. Cisco shop who is excited for future integrations: If you have solutions like ISE, SDA or ACI then the future integrations can be very intriguing.. I believe this solution still has some growing to do, but with the solid architecture under the hood and existing enterprise features sorted out, I think Cisco SD-WAN has a bright future.

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