[c-nsp] ISR4431-AX/K9

Adam Greene maillist at webjogger.net
Wed Jul 13 01:03:46 EDT 2016

Kind of worried based on
ted-services-routers-isr/guide_c07-726864.html that I'm also going to have
to buy: 



DRAM upgrade to 16GB, Flash Memory upgrade to 16GB, NIM Carrier and 200GB
SSD Bundle


Not sure if WAAS is required for NBAR2, though, or even if not, if I should
use WAAS instead, or if they are synonymous.


And 1300 WAAS Optimized TCP Connections seems tiny, considering the ASA 5520
in line with it reports high water marks of up to 187,000 connections,
though averages about half that probably. Maybe WAAS connections are not the
same, though .


From: Adam Greene [mailto:maillist at webjogger.net] 
Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 12:50 AM
To: 'cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net' <cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net>
Subject: ISR4431-AX/K9


Hey guys,


If I need a router that can do application based bandwidth throttling
(NBAR2) at 500M-1G aggregate throughput, ISR4431-AX/K9 should do the trick,
right? It seems to provide the features and throughput. Please tell me if
I'm wrong (other services enabled on the router will be limited to BGP and




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