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Cisco 4000 Family Integrated Services Router

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Cisco 4000 Family Integrated Services Routers (ISRs) form an Software Defined WAN platform that delivers the performance, security, and convergence capabilities that today’s branch offices need.

Product Overview

The Cisco 4000 Family Integrated Services Router (ISR) revolutionizes WAN communications in the enterprise branch. With new levels of built-in intelligent network capabilities and convergence, it specifically addresses the growing need for application-aware networking in distributed enterprise sites. These locations tend to have lean IT resources. But they often also have a growing need for direct communication with both private data centers and public clouds across diverse links, including Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) VPNs and the Internet.

The Cisco 4000 Family contains the following platforms: the 4461, 4451, 4431, 4351, 4331, 4321 and 4221 ISRs.

Features and Benefits

Cisco 4000 Family ISRs provide you with Cisco® Software Defined WAN (SDWAN) software features and a converged branch infrastructure. Along with superior throughput, these capabilities form the building blocks of next-generation branch-office WAN solutions.

Cisco Software Defined WAN

Cisco SDWAN is a set of intelligent software services that allow you to reliably and securely connect users, devices, and branch office locations across a diverse set of WAN transport links. SDWAN-enabled routers like the ISR 4000 dynamically route traffic across the “best” link based on up-to-the-minute application and network conditions for great application experiences. You get tight control over application performance, bandwidth usage, data privacy, and availability of your WAN links - control that you need as your branches conduct greater volumes of mission-critical business.

Cisco Converged Branch Infrastructure

The Cisco 4000 Series ISRs consolidate many must-have IT functions, including network, compute, and storage resources. The high-performance, integrated routers run multiple concurrent services, including encryption, traffic management, and WAN optimization, without slowing your data throughput. And you can activate new services on demand through a simple licensing change.

Cisco Intent Based Networking and Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA)

The last few years has seen a rapid transformation and adoption of digital technologies. This puts pressure on the on the Network teams supporting this changing infrastructure - especially when provisioning, managing, monitoring and troubleshooting these diverse devices. Additionally innovations such as Software Defined WAN (SDWAN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Open APIs and Cloud Management show great promise in transforming Organizations IT networks. This transformation raises further questions and challenges for the IT teams.

The Cisco Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA) is an open, extensible, software-driven architecture that provides for faster innovation, helping to generate deeper insights, and deliver exceptional experiences across many different applications. Cisco DNA relies on intent-based networking, a revolutionary approach in networking that helps organizations automate, simplify, and secure the network.

The intent-based Cisco DNA network is:

● Informed by Context: Interprets every byte of data that flows across it, resulting in better security, more customized experiences, and faster operations.

● Powered by Intent: Translates your intent into the right network configuration, making it possible to manage and provision multiple devices and things in minutes.

● Driven by Intuition: Continually learns from the massive amounts of data flowing through it and turns that data into actionable insight. Helps you solve issues before they become problems and learn from every incident.

Cisco DNA Center provides a centralized management dashboard across your entire network — the branch, campus, data center, and cloud. Rather than relying on box-by-box management, you can design, provision, and set policy end-to-end from the single Cisco DNA Center interface. This allows you to respond to organizational needs faster and to simplify day-to-day operations. Cisco DNA Analytics and Assurance and Cisco Network Data Platform (NDP) help you get the most from your network by continuously collecting and putting insights into action. Cisco DNA is open, extensible, and programmable at every layer. It integrates Cisco and third-party technology, open APIs, and a developer platform, to support a rich ecosystem of network-enabled applications.

Table 1 breaks out many of the features and benefits of the Cisco 4000 Family that create a Software Define WAN (SDWAN) and a converged branch infrastructure.

Table 1.             Cisco 4000 Family ISR General Feature Highlights

                    Business Requirement(s)                    Feature/Solution
Performance
●  Concurrent software services at speeds up to 2 Gbps. Backplane architecture supports high-bandwidth module-to-module communication at speeds up to 10 Gbps.
●  Throughput
●  A distributed multicore architecture with the industry’s first internal services plane.
●  Service reliability
●  Remote installation of application-aware services, which run identically to their counterparts in dedicated appliances.
                    Lower WAN expenditures                    ● Embedded SDWAN solution for creating lower-cost, business-class Internet connections.
                    Pay-as-you-grow                    ● Router capacity can be increased with a remote performance-on-demand license upgrade (no hardware upgrade) for exceptional savings.
                    ● Performance upgrade model
                    ● Investment protection
                    ● CapEx budget management
                    Superior and secure user application experiences                    ● ISR-AX “Application Experience” software bundle with advanced routing and network monitoring services.
                    ● Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN), zone-based firewalls, Intrusion Prevention (Snort & Umbrella Branch) and Content Management using Cisco Cloud Web security & OpenDNS protecting data, providing authentication credentials, and transmissions not backhauled through the data center.
                    ● Secure boot feature performs hardware-based authentication of the bootloader software to prevent malicious or unintended software from booting on the system.
                    ● Code signing verifies digital signatures of executables prior to loading to prevent execution of altered or corrupted code.
                    ● Hardware authentication protects against hardware counterfeiting by using an on-board tamper-proof silicon, including field replaceable modules. If authentication fails, the module is not allowed to boot.
                    IT consolidation, space savings, and improved Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)                    ● Single converged branch platform integrates routing, switching, virtual server, storage, security, unified communications, WAN optimization, and performance management tools.
                    Business continuity and increased resiliency                    ● ISR 4400 Series models (4461, 4451, and 4431 ISRs) support dual integrated power supplies
                    for backup. The entire ISR 4000 Family supports optional power supply capable of
                    delivering additional PoE power to endpoints.
                    ● Modular network interfaces with diverse connection options for load-balancing and network resiliency.
                    ● Modular interfaces with online removal and insertion (OIR) for module upgrades without network disruption.
                    ● Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST), which serves as a resiliency complement to Cisco Hosted Collaboration Solution (HCS), a Cisco cloud-based UC service.
                    ● Support for multiple, diverse access links: T1/E1, T3/E3, Serial, xDSL, Gigabit and Ten-Gigabit Ethernet.
                    Lower telephony costs with VoIP and rich media experiences                    ● High-performance analog/digital gateway, allowing VoIP over less expensive Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunks.
                    ● Integrated IP PBX ( Cisco Unified Communications Express) and Session Border Controller ( Cisco Unified Border Element, or CUBE).
                    Easier manageability and support                    ● Single, universal software image for all features and performance-on-demand licensing flexibility.
                    ● No additional services and support needed for compute and storage.
                    ● Supported by Cisco and third-party management tools, with programmability and automation.

 

Platform Architecture

Table 2 lists the primary hardware architectural features and benefits of the Cisco 4000 Family. The routers run modular Cisco IOS XE Software, widely deployed in the world’s most demanding networks. The software’s comprehensive portfolio of services spans multiple technology areas, including security, WAN optimization, app and network Quality of Service (QoS), and embedded management.

Table 2.             Architectural Highlights

                chitectural FeaturesBenefits/Description
Multicore processors●  High-performance multicore processors support high-speed WAN connections. The data plane uses an emulated Flow Processor (FP) that delivers Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC)-like performance that does not degrade as services are added.
Embedded IP Security (IPsec) VPN hardware acceleration●  Increases scalability. When combined with an optional Cisco IOS XE Software Security license, enables WAN link security and VPN services.
Integrated Gigabit Ethernet ports●  The Cisco 4000 Family provides up to four built-in 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports for WAN or LAN.
●  Based on the platform, some of the 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports can support Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP)-based connectivity in addition to RJ-45 connections, enabling fiber or copper connectivity.
                ●  Optionally, depending on the platform, up to 30W PoE+ can be enabled on two of the built-in front panel Gigabit Ethernet interfaces to provide power to external devices such as fourth-generation (4G) LTE routers.
●  An additional dedicated Gigabit Ethernet port is provided for device management [1].
USB-based console access ●  A mini type-B USB console port 1 supports management connectivity when traditional serial ports are not available.
●  Traditional console and auxiliary ports are also available [2].
Optional integrated power supply for distribution of PoE●  An optional upgrade to the internal power supply provides inline power (802.3af-compliant PoE or 802.3at-compliant PoE+) to optional integrated switch modules.
                ●  Redundant PoE conversion modules provide an additional layer of fault tolerance.
Optional integrated Redundant Power Supply (RPS)●  For the ISR 4400 Series, power redundancy is available by installing an optional integrated RPS for decreasing network downtime and protecting the network from power failures.
                ●  Optional PoE boost mode increases total PoE capacity to up to 1000W.
Cisco Enhanced Services Module (SM-X)●  Each service-module slot offers high data-throughput capability of up to 10 Gbps toward the system and up to 1 Gbps to other module slots.
●  Support for both single- and double-wide service modules provides flexibility in deployment options.
                ●  An SM-X slot can be converted into a Network Interface Module (NIM) slot using an optional carrier card.
●  Service modules support Online Insertion and Removal (OIR), avoiding network disruption when installing new or replacement modules 1.
Cisco Network Interface Modules (NIMs)[3]●  Up to three integrated NIM slots on the Cisco 4000 Family allow for flexible configurations.
●  Each NIM slot offers options of up to two 2Gbps connections. One towards the route processor and one for direct module to module communication. The ISR 4221 has only one 1Gbps connection to the Route Processor
●  NIMs support OIR.
●  Special NIMs add support Solid-State Drives (SSDs) and Hard Disk Drives (HDDs) 1.
Cisco Integrated Services Card (ISC) slot on motherboard●  Integrated Services Card natively supports the new Cisco High-Density Packet Voice Digital Signal Processor Modules (PVDM4s), providing greater-density rich-media voice.
●  Each Integrated Services Card slot connects to the system architecture through an up-to 2-Gbps link.
●  Future modules can be hosted on the Integrated Services Card slot, improving system functions.
Flash memory support●  A single flash memory slot is available to support high-speed storage densities, upgradable to up to 32 GB. The ISR4221 ships with a fixed 8GB Flash
●  Two USB type A 2.0 ports provide capabilities for convenient storage 1.
                DRAM                ●  For the ISR 4400 Series, the default control-plane memory is 4 GB, upgradable to 16 GB to provide additional scalability for control-plane features. The default data-plane memory is 2 GB.
                ●  For the ISR 4300 Series, the default memory is 4 GB, upgradable to 16 GB (only 8GB for 4321) to provide additional scalability.
                ●  The ISR 4200 Series comes with 4GB Fixed DRAM

Managing your Cisco ISR 4000 Family ISRs

The Cisco network management applications listed at the top of Table 3 are standalone products that can be purchased or downloaded to manage your Cisco network devices. The applications are built specifically for the different operational phases; select those that best fit your needs. Those management capabilities listed under the “Cisco IOS Software XE Embedded Management” heading are directly integrated into the routers’ software operating system.

Table 3.             Cisco DNA Center

 
Operational PhaseApplicationDescription
                Device staging and configuration                WebUI
●  A GUI-based device-management tool for Cisco IOS and Cisco IOS XE Software-based access routers. This tool simplifies routing, firewall, VPN, unified communications, and WAN and LAN configuration through easy-to-use wizards.
                Network-wide deployment, configuration, monitoring, and troubleshooting                Cisco Prime™Infrastructure
●  Offers comprehensive lifecycle management of wired and wireless access, campus, and branch-office networks, rich visibility into end-user connectivity, and application performance assurance.
●  Provides wired lifecycle functions such as inventory, configuration, and image management; automated deployment; compliance reporting; integrated best practices; and reporting.
                Staging, deployment, and changes to configuration and image files                Cisco Configuration Engine
●  A secure network management product that provides zero-touch image and configuration distribution through centralized, template-based management.
                Context-aware security configuration and monitoring                Cisco Prime Security Manager
●  Management tool for configuring and managing context-aware security. The application supports both single- and multi-device manager form factors.
●  Provides the ability to write and enforce the granular context-aware security policies.
                Cisco Wide Area Application Service (WAAS) management                Cisco WAAS Central Manager
●  The management tool for the WAAS 1 [4] , (WAN optimization and application acceleration) integrated service. It provides a centralized mechanism for configuring WAAS features, reporting, and monitoring.
 
 
Cisco IOS XE Software Embedded Management Capabilities
FeatureDescription
Cisco IOS Embedded Event Manager (EEM)
●  A distributed and customized approach to event detection and recovery.
●  Offers the ability to monitor events and take informational, corrective, or any desired EEM action when the monitored events occur or when a threshold is reached.
Cisco IOS XE IP Service-Level Agreements (IP SLAs)
●  Helps assure the performance of new business-critical IP applications as well as IP services that use data and voice in an IP network.
                SNMP, Remote Monitoring (RMON), syslog, NetFlow, IP Flow Information Export (IPFix)
●  Network monitoring and accounting tools.

Product Specifications

Table 4 lists the general product specifications for the Cisco 4000 Family routers.

Table 4. Specifications of Cisco 4000 Family Integrated Services Routers

                Technical Specifications                Cisco 4461                Cisco 4451                Cisco 4431                Cisco 4351                Cisco 4331                Cisco 4321                Cisco 4221
                Aggregate Throughput (Default)                1.5Gbps                1 Gbps                500 Mbps                200 Mbps                100 Mbps                50 Mbps                35Mbps
                Aggregate Throughput (Performance License)                3Gbps                2 Gbps                1 Gbps                400 Mbps                300 Mbps                100 Mbps                75 Mbps
Aggregate CEF Only[5]Throughput (Boost License)                Over 7Gbps                Over 4Gbps                Over 4Gbps                Over 2Gbps                Over 2Gbps                1.5Gbps                1.2Gbps
                Total onboard WAN or LAN 10/100/1000 ports                4                4                4                3                3                2                2
                Total onboard WAN or LAN 10Gbps ports                2                -                -                -                -                -                -
                RJ-45-based ports                4                4                4                3                2                2                2
                SFP-based ports                4                4                4                3                2                1                1
                Enhanced service-module slots                3                2                0                2                1                0                0
                Doublewide service-module slots                2                1 (assumes no singlewide SM-X modules installed)                0                1 (assumes no singlewide SM-X modules installed)                0                0                0
                NIM slots                3                3                3                3                2                2                2
                OIR (all I/O modules)                Yes                Yes                Yes                Yes                Yes                Yes                No
                Onboard ISC slot                1                1                1                1                1                1                No
                Default memory double-data-rate 3 (DDR3) error-correction-code (ECC) DRAM (Combined control/services/data planes)                NA                NA                NA                4 GB                4 GB                4 GB                4GB
                Maximum memory DDR3 ECC DRAM (Combined control/services/data planes)                NA                NA                NA                16 GB                16 GB                8 GB                4GB
                Default memory DDR3 ECC DRAM (data plane)                4 GB                2 GB                2 GB                NA                NA                NA                NA
                Maximum memory DDR3 ECC DRAM (data plane)                4 GB                2 GB                2 GB                NA                NA                NA                NA
                Default memory DDR3 ECC DRAM (control/services plane)                8 GB                4 GB                4 GB                NA                NA                NA                NA
                Maximum memory DDR3 ECC DRAM (control/services plane)                32 GB                16 GB                16 GB                NA                NA                NA                NA
                Default flash memory                8 GB                8 GB                8 GB                4 GB                4 GB                4 GB                8GB
                Maximum flash memory                32 GB                32 GB                32 GB                16 GB                16 GB                8 GB                8GB
                External USB 2.0 slots (type A)                2                2                2                2                1                1                1
                USB console port -type B mini (up to 115.2 kbps)                1                1                1                1                1                1                0
                Serial console port - RJ45 (up to 115.2 kbps)                1                1                1                1                1                1                1 (combo CON/AUX port)
                Serial auxiliary port - RJ45                1                1                1                1                1                1                1 (combo CON/AUX port)
                (up to 115.2 kbps)
                Power-supply options                Internal: AC, DC and PoE                Internal: AC, DC and PoE                Internal: AC, DC, and PoE                Internal: AC, DC and PoE                Internal: AC,DC and PoE                External: AC and PoE                External AC only
                Redundant power supply                Internal: AC, DC and PoE                Internal: AC, DC and PoE                Internal: AC, DC, and PoE                N/A                N/A                N/A                NA
                Power Specifications
                AC input voltage                100 to 240 VAC autoranging                100 to 240 VAC autoranging                100 to 240 VAC autoranging                100 to 240 VAC autoranging                100 to 240 VAC autoranging                100 to 240 VAC autoranging                100 to 240 VAC autoranging
                DC Input Voltage                                                                                                                       
                Input Voltage                48 – 60V                48 – 60V                48 – 60V                NA                24 – 60V                NA                NA
                Input Current                12A Max                12A Max                12A Max                NA                14 - 5A                NA                NA
                AC input frequency                47 to 63 Hz                47 to 63 Hz                47 to 63 Hz                47 to 63 Hz                47 to 63 Hz                47 to 63 Hz                47 to 63 Hz
                AC input current range, AC power supply (maximum)                7.1 to 3.0A                7.1 to 3.0A                3 to 1.3A                7.1 to 3.0A                3 to 1.3A                1.5 to 0.6A                1.5 to 0.6A
                AC input surge current                60 A peak and less than 5 Arms per half cycle<50 A                60 A peak and less than 5 Arms per half cycle                60 A peak and less than 12 Arms per half cycle                60 A peak and less than 5 Arms per half cycle                90 A peak and less than 3 Arms per half cycle                90 A peak and less than 3 Arms per half cycle
                Typical power (no modules) (watts)                                 158                65                48                42                36                24
                Maximum power with AC power supply (watts)                1000W (no PoE)                450 (no PoE)                250 (no PoE)                430                250                125                90
                Maximum power with DC power supply (watts)                437 (no PoE)                437 (no PoE)                437 (no PoE)                437 (no PoE)                250 (no PoE)                                  
                Maximum power with PoE power supply (platform only) (watts)                1000 with PoE redundant                1000 with PoE redundant                500 with PoE redundant                990                530                260                NA (No PoE Support)
                1450 with PoE boost no redundancy                1450 with PoE boost no redundancy                1000 with PoE boost no redundancy                                                                    
                Maximum endpoint PoE power available from PoE power supply (watts)                500 W with optional redundancy                500 W with optional redundancy                250 W with optional redundancy                500                250                120                NA (No PoE Support)
                Maximum endpoint PoE power capacity with PoE boost (watts)                950 W no redundancy                950 W no redundancy                500 W no redundancy                N/A                N/A                N/A                NA (No PoE Support)
                Sizes and Weights
                Dimensions                3.5 x 17.25 x 18.5 in                3.5 x 17.25 x 18.5 in                1.73 x 17.25 x 19.97 in                3.5 x 17.25 x 18.5 in                1.75 x 17.25 x 17.25 in                1.75 x 14.55 x 11.60 in                1.72 x 12.7 x 10"
                (H x W x D)                88.9 x 438.15 x 469.9 mm)                (88.9 x 438.15 x 469.9 mm)                (43.9 x 438.15 x 507.2 mm)                (88.9 x 438.15 x 469.9 mm)                (44.45 x 438.15 x 438.15 mm)                (44.55 x 369.57 x 294.64 mm)                (43.7 x 322.6 x 254 mm)
                External Power Supply Dimensions                N/A                N/A                N/A                N/A                N/A                2.95 x 1.18 x 6.10 in                37 x 73 x 152 mm (Phihong mfg PN: AA90U-120A-R)
                (H x W x D)                                                                                                     (75 x 30 x 155 mm)                36.5 x 67 x 155 mm (Delta mfg PN: ADP90GR BA)
                Shipping Box Dimensions                9.75 x 22.25 x 26 in                9.75 x 22.25 x 26 in                7.88 x 22.25 x 28.75 in                9.75 x 22.25 x 26 in                7.125 x 22.75 x 22.5 in                7.0 x 21.5 x 16.125 in                4.13 x 18.25 x 12.94"
                (H x W x D)                (24.76 x 56.51 x 66.04 mm)                (24.76 x 56.51 x 66.04 mm)                (200.2 x 565.1 x 730.25 mm)                (24.76 x 56.51 x 66.04 mm)                (180.98 x 577.85 x 571.5 mm)                (177.8 x 546.1 x 409.6 mm)                (104.9 x 463.6 x 328.7 mm)
                Rack height                3 Rack Units (3RU)                2 Rack Units (2RU)                1 Rack Units (1RU)                2 Rack Units (2RU)                1 Rack Unit (1RU)                1 Rack Unit (1RU)                1 Rack Unit (1RU)
                Rack-mount 19in. (48.3 cm) EIA                Included                Included                Included                Included                Included                Included                Optional
                Rack-mount 23in. (58.4 cm) EIA                Optional                Optional                Optional                Optional                Optional                N/A                NA
                Wall-mount                No                No                Yes                No                Yes                Mounting holes under chassis                Yes
                Weight with 1, 450-WAC power supply (no modules)                                 28.8 lb (13.1 kg)                N/A                28.8 lb (13.1 kg)                N/A                N/A                NA
                Weight with 1 1,000-WAC power supply+ 1 PoE power module (no other modules)                                 30.6 lb (13.9 kg)                N/A                29.0 lb (13.2 kg)                N/A                N/A                NA
                Weight with AC PS (no modules)                                 N/A                18.5 lb (8.4 kg)                N/A                13.5 lb (6.2 kg)                7.7 lb (3.5 kg) + 1.2 lb (0.66 kg) external PS                7.1 lb (3.22kg)
                Weight with DC PS (no modules)                                 28.8lb (13.1kg)                28.8lb (13.1kg)                28.8lb (13.1kg)                13.5 lb (6.2 kg)                                  
                Weight with AC PS with POE (no modules)                                 N/A                18.6 lb (8.4 kg)                N/A                14.1 lb (6.4 kg)                N/A                NA
                Typical weight (fully loaded with modules)                                 42.7 lb (19.4 kg)                22.4 lb (10.2 kg)                37.7 lb (17.1 kg)                16.1 lb (7.3 kg)                9.14 lb (4.2 kg) + 1.2 lb (0.66 kg) external PS                8.11 lb (3.68kg)
                Packaging Weight                                 6.4 lb (2.9 kg)                5.9 lb (2.7 kg)                6.4 lb (2.9 kg)                4.6 lb (2.1 kg)                2.2 lb (1 kg)                1.28 lb (0.58kg)
                Airflow                I/O side to bezel side                I/O side to bezel side                I/O side to bezel side                I/O side to bezel side                I/O side to bezel side                Right I/O side to Left I/O side                I/O side to bezel side
                MTBF (Hours)                480770                480770                512970                566310                587250                593270                593270
                Environmental Specifications                                                                                                                       
                Operating Conditions                                                                                                                       
                Temperature                32 to 104&ordm;F                32 to 104&ordm;F                32 to 104&ordm;F                32 to 104&ordm;F                32 to 104&ordm;F                32 to 104&ordm;F                32 to 104&ordm;F
                (0 to 40&ordm;C)                (0 to 40&ordm;C)                (0 to 40&ordm;C)                (0 to 40&ordm;C)                (0 to 40&ordm;C)                (0 to 40&ordm;C)                (0 to 40&ordm;C)
                Altitude                0 – 6,560 ft.                0 – 6,560 ft.                0 – 6,560 ft.                0 – 6,560 ft.                0 – 6,560 ft.                0 – 6,560 ft.                0 – 6,560 ft.
                (China)                (0 – 2,000 m)                (0 – 2,000 m)                (0 – 2,000 m)                (0 – 2,000 m)                (0 – 2,000 m)                (0 – 2,000 m)                (0 – 2,000 m)
                Altitude                0 – 10,000 ft.                0 – 10,000 ft.                0 – 10,000 ft.                0 – 10,000 ft.                0 – 10,000 ft.                0 – 10,000 ft.                0 – 10,000 ft.
                (Rest of the world)                (0 – 3,050 m)                (0 – 3,050 m)                (0 – 3,050 m)                (0 – 3,050 m)                (0 – 3,050 m)                (0 – 3,050 m)                (0 – 3,050 m)
                Short Term Temperature upto 6560ft per NEBS GR-63-CORE                NA                NA                NA                NA                32° to 131°                NA                NA
                                                                                    (0° to 55° C)                                  
                                                                                    (for ISR4331-DC version)                                  
                Relative humidity                5% to 85%                5% to 85%                5% to 85%                5% to 85%                5% to 85%                5% to 85%                5% to 85%
                Short-term humidity                5% to 90%, not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air                5% to 90%, not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air                5% to 90%, not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air                5% to 90%, not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air                5% to 90%, not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air                5% to 90%, not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air                5% to 90%, not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air
                Acoustics: Sound pressure (Typical/maximum)                50.6/73.1 dBA                50.6/73.1 dBA                54.3/79.1 dBA                50.6/73.1 dBA                52.8/74.8 dBA                24.2/51.9 dBA                28.5/53 dBA
                Acoustics: Sound power (Typical/maximum)                58.2/78.8 dBA                58.2/78.8 dBA                57.2/80.8 dBA                58.2/78.8 dBA                61.2/81.6 dBA                31.9/59.9 dBA                41 / 68 dBA
                Cisco IOS XE Software                                                                                                                       
                Protocols                IPv4, IPv6, static routes, Routing Information Protocol Versions 1 and 2 (RIP and RIPv2), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), Enhanced IGRP (EIGRP), Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), BGP Router Reflector, Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS), Multicast Internet Group Management Protocol Version 3 (IGMPv3), Protocol Independent Multicast sparse mode (PIM SM), PIM Source Specific Multicast (SSM), RSVP, CDP, ERSPAN, IPSLA, Call Home, EEM, IKE, ACL, EVC, DHCP, FR, DNS, LISP, OTV[6], HSRP, RADIUS, AAA, AVC, Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol (DVMRP), IPv4-to-IPv6 Multicast, MPLS, Layer 2 and Layer 3 VPN, IP sec, Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol Version 3 (L2TPv3), Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD), IEEE802.1ag, and IEEE802.3ah
                Encapsulations                Generic routing encapsulation (GRE), Ethernet, 802.1q VLAN, Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), Multilink Point-to-Point Protocol (MLPPP), Frame Relay, Multilink Frame Relay (MLFR) (FR.15 and FR.16), High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC), Serial (RS-232, RS-449, X.21, V.35, and EIA-530), and PPP over Ethernet (PPPoE)
                Traffic management                QoS, Class-Based Weighted Fair Queuing (CBWFQ), Weighted Random Early Detection (WRED), Hierarchical QoS, Policy-Based Routing (PBR), Performance Routing, and NBAR.
                Cryptographic Algorithms                Encryption: DES, 3DES, AES-128 or AES-256 (in CBC and GCM modes); Authentication: RSA (748/1024/2048 bit), ECDSA (256/384 bit); Integrity: MD5, SHA, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512

Services plane: Enabling the Branch-in-a-Box
All Cisco ISR 4000 routers contain processing cores built-in as standard to allow full-featured services to run on-board. This includes the full-featured Cisco WAAS engine that provides application acceleration and highly responsive virtual desktop experience. The technology is known as Cisco Service Containers and it uses a standard hypervisor to allow x64 based applications to run.
The 4000 series routers can be fitted with Solid State Drives (SSD) and server cards for local storage and computing capability. The Cisco UCS-E server cards are available with 8-core Intel Xeon processors with up to 48GB of high speed DDR3 memory and three drives built in offering RAID 0, 1 and 5. This immense amount of compute power can eliminate the need for any dedicated servers at branch sites. UCS-E cards can be configured and managed using VMware vCenter and pooled with Data Center compute resources.

Software Subscription through Cisco DNA Licensing
The ISR4000 series supports software based subscription using Cisco DNA based licensing. Three Cisco DNA based software subscription licenses are available for the WAN portfolio: Cisco DNA Essentials, Cisco DNA Advantage and Cisco ONE Advantage allowing customers to have a single unified solution that spans across the ISR4000 series routers and its ASR1000 and ISR1000 counterparts
The license tiers are structured to support the growth in business needs enabling the customer to move from basic functionality using the Cisco DNA Essentials to full-functionality with the Cisco DNA Advantage and expanding that to include WAN Optimization and Analytics on the Cisco ONE Advantage. This provides complete flexibility to move the same license across end-points based on growing network and security requirements, growth in bandwidth based on user and application growth at the sites as also the ability to change the management of the platform from on-prem to cloud or vice-versa.
Cisco DNA Licenses are supported for all ISR4000 platforms using the Cisco DNA Center, the controller and analytics platform at the heart of Cisco’s intent-based network. For more information on the Cisco DNA Center and supported platforms.

Enterprise NFV on ISR4000
Built to reduce costs without compromising vital network services, the UCS E-Series router-integrated branch blade servers provide support for a Virtualization-ready and Application-centric platform that can be seamlessly integrated on the ISR4000 platform. Customers can now install virtualized applications on the ISR4000 routers through the Cisco&reg; Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software (NFVIS) – a virtualization infrastructure that integrates full VM lifecycle management, monitoring, device programmability, and service chaining in a single, installable package. For more information on Enterprise NFV and NFVIS.

Support for DC Power
ISR4000 platforms support both DC and AC Power Supplies as options. Specifically, the ISR 4331 has two separate product SKU’s – the ISR4331/K9 and the ISR4331-DC/K9 which support AC and DC Power respectively, The ISR4400 can independently support an AC or a DC Power supply on the same chassis. While the 4300 supports between 24V and 60Vdc, the 4400 supports between 48V and 60Vdc. The 4331 provides for upto 250W of power rating while the 4400 provides upto 437W. It is important to note that when DC Power supplies are installed on the router, PoE based modules may not be used.

Product Performance and Scalability
The Cisco 4000 Family is built on a multicore CPU architecture. It runs modular Cisco IOS XE Software, which allows the platform to use to full advantage a distributed multicore architecture. The architecture of the Cisco 4000 separates control- and data-plane operations and integrates an industry-first services plane. This design delivers full-featured integrated services up to Layer 7 at high performance with the ability to deliver application-aware network services while maintaining a stable platform and a high level of performance during periods of heavy network traffic.

The ISR 4000 consists of 3 series of Routers – the ISR 4400 series, the 4300 series and ISR 4200 series whose performance levels maybe represented by the chart below

Common for the new 4000 Family is that all platforms come with fixed maximum performance levels. One fixed base performance level is delivered as factory default with an optional performance-on-demand license to increase the base forwarding throughput. This scenario enables deployment in high-speed WAN environments through performance-on-demand licensing to double or, for one of the platforms, triple the router capacity without any hardware upgrades.
All 4000 platforms have their fixed performance levels set well within actual capacity, with the result that performance does not necessarily degrade when a service is added to the configuration. This setup provides a deterministic performance, eliminating a network administrator’s guesswork when planning for new services.

ISR 4000 Boost License
In addition to the Performance License, customers may now order a Booster (or Boost) License that allows the router to perform between five or more times than that of the throughput with Performance License. In contrast to the deterministic performance described above, in the Booster mode, the router does not provide the deterministic level of performance as provided when operating with the default license or with the Performance license.
The Boost License provides a license tier above the Performance License allowing customers to completely remove the ISR4000’s performance limiters. This will make the ISR 4000 platforms perform at entirely new performance levels, allowing for 4+ Gbps of IP Routing (CEF) performance on the 4400 series ISRs. For deployments using encryption, IPSec throughput with AES 256 increases to 250Mbps on the lowest platform up to 10Gbps on the ISR4461.

ISR 4000 Interfaces and Modules Support
The Cisco 4000 Series Integrated Services Routers (ISRs) are modular routers with LAN and WAN connectivity. The routers provide for Network Interface Module (NIM) slots and Enhanced service module (SM-X) slots offering a rich set of Modules, such as LAN, WAN and Wireless Interfaces plus a range of Compute engines for embedded services

Software defined WAN with the ISR4000 Series
The ISR 4000 series is optimized for the Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN). For enterprises this means that business critical applications run faster, with more reliability and reduced Operational Expenditure (OpEx). The SDWAN achieves this by making all branches and Data Centers have the ability to monitor, control, move and report on streams of application data such as specific web (HTTP) traffic for example. The ISR 4000 series has deep packet inspection capability and can accurately identify and control thousands of different applications including custom in-house enterprise applications.
The entire SD-WAN implementation on the ISR4000 is maybe implemented by managing the end device either from the Cloud or On-Premise through ascending levels of throughput based licenses. All licenses that support SD-WAN, whether On-Premise or on Cloud are all enabled using Subscription Licenses. These subscription licenses enable all customers to seamlessly transition between On-Premise and Cloud management as needed. The license tiers are structured to support the growth in business needs through simple subscriptions that help simplify the journey to intent-based networking for the WAN.
The SDWAN subscriptions are aligned across three subscription licenses of Cisco DNA Essentials, DNA Advantage and Cisco DNA Premier, each expanding functionally. The Cisco DNA Essentials covers all types of connectivity & router life cycle management, support for Network & application visibility coupled with basic premise and transport security. The Cisco DNA Advantage provides for Advanced WAN topologies, Application aware policies supported by enhanced network security. The Cisco DNA Premier provides for Cloud connectivity with unlimited segmentation, Advanced Application optimization & Network Analytics, secured by advanced threat protection

The benefits are immense;
1. Business-critical applications no longer have to contend each other or with traffic that should be served on best effort basis.
2. The Enterprise network becomes more reliable because multiple paths can be used.
3. Costs are greatly reduced because dual MPLS links can be replaced with a mix of MPLS and Internet.
4. The time to bring up new remote sites is dramatically reduced because the SD-WAN supports rapidly deployed DSL and 3G/4G LTE connections as easily as MPLS.
5. Security is assured across these connections using a zero-touch secure VPN technology used by governments and finance organizations worldwide.

From a platform perspective, the ISR 4000 series has
1. Separated control and data planes for Denial of Service (DoS) attack prevention and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) and firewall capability built-in.
2. SaaS applications can have content locally cached. The caching is automatic and peers directly with Akamai technology to obtain intelligence.
3. Application performance speed is greatly increased using in-built application acceleration technology that can locally cache at a byte-level.

Cisco Security Solutions for the ISR4000 Series

Cisco WAN MACsec,

Cisco routers support a wide-range of ever enhancing security features on the ISR4000 routers. Cisco WAN MACsec is supported on the ISR4000 series routers using the NIM&#8209;2GE-CU-SFP module. WAN MACsec provides a line-rate network encryption solution over Layer 2 Ethernet transport services and can be leveraged outside campus networks, whether it be over Metro Ethernet transport or Data Center Interconnect (DCI) links. MACsec also secures WAN connections that are leveraging Ethernet as the link-layer media.

Cisco Encrypted Threat Analytics

The rapid rise in encrypted traffic is changing the threat landscape. As more businesses become digital, a significant number of services and applications are using encryption as the primary method of securing information. Encrypted Threat Analytics (ETA) is a functionality that allows customers to do cryptographic assessments and identify malware communications in encrypted traffic through passive monitoring. Using information about events that occur inside of a flow or intraflow telemetry to identify malware communication in encrypted traffic means Encrypted Traffic Analytics can maintain the integrity of the encrypted flow without the need for bulk decryption.

Cisco Snort IPS and Cisco Umbrella Branch

Cisco&reg; Snort&reg; IPS for Cisco 4000 Series Integrated Services Routers (ISRs) offers a lightweight threat defense solution that uses industry-recognized Snort open-source Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) technology. It is perfect for customers who are looking for a cost-effective solution that provides one box for both advanced routing capabilities and integrated threat defense security to help comply with regulatory requirements.
Cisco Umbrella Branch is a cloud-delivered security service for the Cisco Integrated Services Router (ISR). It provides the first layer of defense against threats at branch offices. And it offers the simplest, fastest way to protect every device on your branch network. You gain visibility and enforcement at the DNS layer, so you can block requests to malicious domains and IPs before a connection is ever made.
When enabling MACsec, you will need to procure the Security and HSEC licenses to stay within the limits of federal export control regulations. When customers wish to enable ETA, the Security (SEC) license needs to be enabled. Enabling Snort needs a Security (SEC) license and a signature subscription license. Enabling Cisco Umbrella Branch needs an Umbrella Branch license and a subscription license.

Reducing Operational Costs using Cisco ISR
Support for Data Modelling

Enterprises and Service Providers (SP’s) wish to drive down the operational cost (opex) of their networks and increase the agility and speed with which they deliver new services furthered by investments in Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV). Cisco routers provide support for Netconf and YANG data-modelling with increasing model coverage in successive releases

Software Maintenance Upgrades (SMU)

The ISR4000 routers now support Software Maintenance Upgrades (SMU)[7]. The Software Maintenance Upgrade (SMU) is a package that can be installed on a system to provide a patch fix or security resolution to a released image. An SMU package is provided on a per release and per component basis and is specific to the platform. An SMU is an independent and self-sufficient package and it does not have any prerequisites or dependencies.

Network Plug and Play

Network Plug and Play helps automate the onboarding of new devices on your network by applying configuration settings without manual intervention. With the ease of a centrally managed controller, it reduces the time a new device takes to join your network and become functional.
Cisco IOS Software Licensing and Packaging

Universal IOS XE and XE-SDWAN Image

A single Cisco IOS XE Universal image encompassing all functions is delivered with the platform. Advanced features can be enabled by simply activating a software license on the Universal image. Technology packages and feature licenses, enabled through right-to-use licenses, simplify software delivery and decrease the operational costs of deploying new features.
Beginning IOS version 16.9.1, SDWAN support is provided for IOS image on the ISR4000 series router. The SDWAN features are provisioned through a separate image, the XE-SDWAN image. While the Universal IOS-XE image provides for routing features, the XE-SDWAN image provides support for OnPrem or Cloud based Software Defined WAN solutions. Unified Communications for XE-SDWAN will be supported in upcoming releases
When ordering an ISR router, a customer may choose either of IOS-XE or XE-SDWAN image. With IOS-XE image, customers may opt for subscription based licensing or for perpetual licensing. With XE-SDWAN image, customers may order only subscription licensing.
Four major technology licenses are available on the Cisco 4000 Family and use the IOS-XE image; these licenses can be activated through the Cisco software activation process identified at https://www.cisco.com/go/sa. The following licenses are available:

● IP Base: This technology package is available as default.

● Application Experience (APPX): This license includes data and application performance features.

● Unified Communications (UC)[8]: This license includes voice features.

● Security (SEC) or Security with No Payload Encryption (SEC-NPE): This license includes features for securing network infrastructure.

The Cisco 4000 Series has a performance-on-demand license to increase the base forwarding throughput with no hardware changes. Also present is the High Security (HSEC) license, which removes the curtailment enforced by the U.S. government export restrictions on the encrypted tunnel count and encrypted throughput. The HSECK9 license is a separately required license for a feature to have full crypto functionality. Without the HSECK9 license, only 1000 secure tunnels and 250[9] Mbps of crypto bandwidth would be available.
IOS-XE provides support for both perpetual and subscription licensing. Subscription Licensing with support for Cisco DNA Center is offered using the 3-Licenses of Cisco DNA Essentials, Cisco DNA Advantage and Cisco DNA Premier in-line with similar licenses that provide support on the XE-SDWAN side.
Software Defined Networks maybe provisioned through three major licenses on the Cisco 4000 Family; these licenses can be activated through the Cisco software activation process identified at https://www.cisco.com/go/sa using the Cisco DNA Center or through the vManage management portal. The XE-SDWAN image provides for its own licensing schema through the Cisco DNA Licensing

The following licenses are available:

● Cisco DNA Essentials covers all types of connectivity & router life cycle management, support for Network & application visibility coupled with basic premise and transport security

● Cisco DNA Advantage provides for Advanced WAN topologies, Application aware policies supported by enhanced network security

● The Cisco DNA Premier provides for Cloud connectivity with unlimited segmentation, Advanced Application optimization & Network Analytics, secured by advanced threat protection

Smart Software Licensing Support for IOS-XE

IOS-XE supports Smart Licensing beginning with image version 16.6.1 and Device Led Conversion with image version 16.9.1. Smart Software licensing is a simplified license management system that delivers visibility into customer license ownership and consumption. Licenses are managed through a central Cisco Smart License cloud portal (CSSM). The cloud portal maintains an account of what the customer has bought and what they are using, thus alerting the customer if they go out of compliance. Customers can determine what licenses they own and how they are being used. Customers benefit from being able to pool available licenses thus providing for a more straightforward license usage across like-platforms, thus decreasing operational costs.

While customers can purchase existing SKU’s, they must mandatorily create a Smart Account when implementing Smart Licensing. One or more Virtual Accounts maybe created under the Smart Account to enable the organization to logically segregate the purchased licenses. Device Led Conversion (DLC) allows the customer to convert all existing PAK and RTU licenses on the router into a Smart License. For more information, refer to the link at https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/software/smart-accounts/software-licensing.html.

Cisco ISR 4000 Bundles
Cisco ISR 4000 is available is several attractive bundles. The AX bundles integrate Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS), Security (SEC), and Data (DATA) licenses into a single bundle that is simple to order, configure, and deploy. For customers who are also interested in voice along with all of these features, AXV presents an attractive option. See Table 6 for details.

Cisco ISR 4000 Feature Bundles

  • Application Experience with Voice (AXV):AX + Voice:

  • Voice with Security (VSEC):Voice + Security

  • Application Experience (AX):
    IP Base + Security + advanced networking protocols: L2TPv3, BFD, MPLS, VRF, VXLAN[10] (Bandwidth<100mbps)
    Application Experience: PfRv3, WAAS with AppNav, NBAR2, AVC, IP SLA
    Hybrid Cloud Connectivity: LISP, OTV (for Bandwidth<100Mbps), VPLS, EoMPLS
    Intelligent Web Caching: Akamai Connect

  • Voice (V): IP Base + Unified Communications: CME, SRST, CUBE

  • Security (SEC) IP Base + Advanced Security: Zone Based Firewall, IPSec VPN, EZVPN, DMVPN, FlexVPN

Note: ISR4221/K9 does not support UC (Voice), hence no V, VSEC, AXV bundles for ISR4221/K9
A pay-as-you-grow licensing model lets you increase the performance level for the platforms from the base level to a higher level. So you can purchase at an attractive entry-level price point and increase the performance level as your business demand grows. Table 7 describes the performance licenses.

Cisco ISR 4000 Performance Licenses

ISR4461,FL-4460-PERF-K9 Increases the performance from base performance 1.5 Gbps to 3 Gbps
ISR4451,FL-44-PERF-K9 Increases the performance from base performance 1 Gbps to 2 Gbps
ISR4431,FL-44-PERF-K9 Increases the performance from base performance 500 Mbps to 1 Gbps
ISR4351,FL-4350-PERF-K9 Increases the performance from base performance 200 Mbps to 400 Mbps
ISR4331,FL-4330-PERF-K9 Increases the performance from base performance 100 Mbps to 300 Mbps
ISR4321,FL-4320-PERF-K9 Increases the performance from base performance 50 Mbps to 100 Mbps
ISR4221, FL-4220-PERF-K9 Increases the performance from base performance 35 Mbps to 75 Mbps

Cisco ISR 4000 Booster (boost) Performance Licenses

FL-4220-BOOST-K9 (=) Booster Performance License for 4220 Series Router
FL-4320-BOOST-K9 (=) Booster Performance License for 4320 Series Router
FL-4330-BOOST-K9 (=) Booster Performance License for 4330 Series Router
FL-4350-BOOST-K9 (=) Booster Performance License for 4350 Series Router
FL-4430-BOOST-K9 (=) Booster Performance License for 4430 Series Router
FL-44-BOOST-K9 (=) Booster Performance License for 4450 Series Router
FL-4460-BOOST-K9 (=) Booster Performance License for 4460 Series Router