Cisco Csr 1000v Crack LINK
The Cloud Services Router, CSR1000v, which was first announced at Cisco Live in San Diego last year is now available for download. For those who have never heard of the CSR1000v, in a nutshell it's an IOS XE image running in a virtualized environment (VMWare support now, Citrix XEN, Amazon, Windows Hypervisor and OpenStack in the near future). The CSR1000v is designed as a virtual router (think Quagga but IOS from Cisco) that resides on the hypervisor server as a client instance and provides any services a normal ASR1000 would provide between the other hypervisor's client instances (Linux servers, Windows servers, etc) and the network infrastructure. This could be something as simple as basic routing or NAT all the way up to advanced technologies like MPLS VPNs or LISP. Basically anything that a real ASR1000 could provide you can do in the CSR1000v with a small exception. This early release only supports 50Mbps throughput due to licensing restrictions. This being the case the specifications from Cisco shows the CSR1000v being capable of pushing 1.17Gpbs max and 438Mbps throughput with an IMIX traffic flow. With the 50Mbps limit it means the CSR1000v at this stage would be deployed more for proof-of-concept as opposed to real production. At this time the throughput is limited by the licensing but I'm sure there are plans to allow for higher throughput licensing in the near future.
Cisco Csr 1000v Crack
Personally I've been testing out the CSR1000v over this past week and to say the least I'm really impressed at not only the product itself but the possibilites for the CSR1000v. The version available for download is IOS XE 3.9.0aS aka IOS Version 15.3(2)S which means basically any feature you want or need is in this release.
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IOS-XE1 uptime is 4 days, 24 minutesUptime for this control processor is 4 days, 25 minutesSystem returned to ROM by reloadSystem image file is "bootflash:csr1000v-packages-adventerprisek9.03.09.00a.S.153-2.S"Last reload reason:
cisco CSR1000V (VXE) processor with 1141428K/6147K bytes of memory.Processor board ID 926O40RARZR2 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces32768K bytes of non-volatile configuration memory.4194304K bytes of physical memory.7774207K bytes of virtual hard disk at bootflash:.
I've tested a lot of features (LISP, BGP, NAT, etc) over this past week and haven't stumbled across any issues related to the CSR1000v itself. The only issues I've ran into related to not giving the VM the required 4GB of RAM and it would complain when I started enabling features. The CSR1000v doesn't use much CPU but it does require 4GB of RAM per instance. I've had over 30 CSR1000v instances running on my ESXi 5.1 development server without a problem.
So what does this mean for people preparing for a Cisco certification or just looking to learn networking? I hate to use buzzwords but this really is a game changer. The CSR1000v is like "crack" for a networking addict. You want to learn a technology or a feature then the CSR1000v is really the only way to go if you don't have or want to setup real hardware. I have access to tons of real hardware and I would never consider giving it up for GNS3 or IOU but I would for the CSR1000v. The image is very stable and fast plus has everything you could need. Want to learn LISP? Want to learn OTV? Want to learn MPLS VPNs? What to learn VPLS? Want to learn OSPFv3 for IPv4? The CSR1000v is the way to go.
This is really nice to have. If you don't want to fork out the crazy money for the Enterprise licensing from VMWare then you could run the demo for 60 days and then reinstall or you could create a "management" interface in each instance and use it for telnet access. The CSR1000v allows you to create as many interfaces on the router as the host machine will support so creating one dedicated to management isn't a problem.
Lastly when you install the CSR1000v it comes with a 60 day license for 50Mbps throughput. After that expires it drops to 2.5Mbps which is still fine if you are using it in a test environment or for learning.
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