[c-nsp] ASR 1001 throughput question

Satish Patel satish.txt at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 07:02:59 EDT 2016

I thought through put only apply to egress traffic that's why I ask this question. 

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On Apr 26, 2016, at 6:10 AM, Gabriel <jarod125 at gmail.com> wrote:

>> Seriously?  so if i have 4 ports then per port 1.2G?
>> we have 10G link from ISP so you are saying i need 20G license right,
>> 10G in and 10G out
>> On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 6:52 PM, Gabriel <jarod125 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> ASR 1001 and in base price it comes with 2.5G throughput and we have
>>>> 10G link coming from ISP and our legit traffic is 1G around majority
>>>> time we get DDoS attack around 4 to 5G so i want to use router ACL to
>>>> filter traffic so it will drop all packet interface level but real
>>>> question is does 2.5G throughput has any effect?  what is 2.5G
>>>> throughput here and how it won't fit in my requirement?
>>> Hi,
>>> I remember asking Cisco this question a while ago and, if I'm not
> mistaken,
>>> the license specifies the total amount of traffic allowed to pass
> through
>>> the router. So, with a 2.5G license, the ASR is able to take 1.25G in
> (from
>>> the ISP, for instance) and pass them to the out interface (to the
> internal
>>> network).
> You have 2.5G per device. Assuming what comes in must go out, in+out cannot
> add to more than 2.5G. AFAIK, ASR1001 ca only have 2.5G or 5G license.
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