Monthly Archives: June 2018
Posted: June 30, 2018Categories: Networking
Cisco has various routers suitable for small and large environments. Two of Cisco’s major router lines are the Aggregation Services Routers (ASR) and Integrated Services Routers (ISR), which are designed for two distinct purposes. Still, sometimes it isn't very clear when deciding which one to buy for your network.
While the names might sound similar, Cisco’s ASR and ISR router series were created to address the distinct routing needs of different customers. Learn more about each router series so you can be confident that you’re choosing the right router for your organization.
What Is ASR?
ASR stands for Aggregation Services Router. Routers in this series are used primarily for edge routing. They are ideal for high bandwidth applications, such as streaming audio, video, or video conferencing. The ASR 9000 Series has core routing capabilities as well. The ASR routers can all handle up to 100 G Ethernet.
What Is ISR?
ISR stands for Integrated Service Router. The term “integrated services” describes a type of network architecture used to guarantee network Quality of Service (QoS). ISR series routers have edge networking capabilities and provide reliable, secure branch office connectivity. Additional features include cloud computing, secure networking, multimedia performance, and mobile connectivity.
Who Should Use the ASR Series?
Cisco created the ASR series routers for large enterprises and service providers
Posted: June 29, 2018Categories: NetworkingIn 2015, Wuhan University intended to build a sizable Wi-Fi network across the dorm area and reform the campus and dorm wired networks' authentication and accounting systems. This strategy aims to successfully integrate wired and wireless networks and optimise the network architecture to increase the effectiveness of operation and maintenance. Network Ruijie See how they accomplished it; they did a terrific job on this project.