[c-nsp] ASR920 - ISR4431

Ulrik Ivers ulrik.ivers at excanto.se
Wed Jun 3 04:06:58 EDT 2015

The ASR-920-12CZ-A comes with 6 of the 12 1Gb ports enabled, no need for the 6 port license if you need less than 6 ports.

For BGP you need the Metro IP Access License


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From: cisco-nsp [mailto:cisco-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of Nick Cutting
Sent: den 3 juni 2015 09:11
To: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
Subject: [c-nsp] ASR920 - ISR4431

We are looking at replacing some routers for a client, as they have recently upgraded to 1Gb internet.

They just take a default route in from 2 carriers, but may be looking at taking in a few more routes - probably just those of each provider, so certainly much less than the 20k limits we see on many platforms.

Price is a big concern - and this will be purely routing traffic and speaking BGP.

I was looking at the ISR4431 with a 1gb licence and the ASR920 - the ASR1k is just too expensive.  
We use 4551's in other locations and they are very decent router - although they are 2U. 1U is a requirement.

Would I just need the 6 port gigabit licence - and the chassis for the 920?

Or do I need something to unlock a base set of features cable of speaking BGP Ipv4 ? 

The ISR4431 looks to be 3x as expensive - if I just need the licencing mentioned above for the 920.

Nick Cutting | Network Engineer | ncutting at edgetg.co.uk

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