- The Cisco ASR 1000 Series Embedded Service Processors (ESPs) are based on the innovative; industry-leading Cisco QuantumFlow Processor for next-generation...... more
- The Cisco ASR 1000 Series Embedded Service Processors (ESPs) are based on the innovative; industry-leading Cisco QuantumFlow Processor for next-generation forwarding and queuing in silicon. These modules use the first generation of the hardware and software of the Cisco QuantumFlow Processor architecture.- The 5-; 10-; 10-N- 20- and 40-Gbps Cisco ASR 1000 Series ESPs (part numbers ASR1000-ESP5; ASR1000-ESP10; ASR1000-ESP10-N; ASR1000-ESP20; and ASR1000-ESP40; respectively) provide five centralized forwarding-engine options for the Cisco ASR 1000 Series Aggregation Services Routers. Additionally; the Cisco ASR 1002 Fixed Router includes a nonmodular; fixed ESP with throughput of 2.5-Gbps and the ASR 1001 comes with a nonmodular; fixed ESP with throughput of 2.5-Gbps which is upgradable with a software activated performance upgrade license to 5-Gbps.- The Cisco ASR 1000 Series 10-N-Gbps ESP (ASR1000-ESP10-N) is the nonencryption version of the Cisco ASR 1000 Series 10-Gbps ESP (ASR1000-ESP10). The Cisco ASR 1000 Series 10-N-Gbps ESP can only support noncrypto Cisco IOS Software images and will never support encryption capabilities such as IP Security (IPsec). In future releases; the Cisco ASR 1000 Series 10-N-Gbps ESP may support secured network management features such as Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol; Secure Sockets Layer (SSL); and Simple Network Management Protocol Version 3 (SNMPv3).- The Cisco ASR 1000 Series ESPs are responsible for the data-plane processing tasks; and all network traffic flows through them. The modules perform all baseline packet routing operations; including MAC classification; Layer 2 and Layer 3 forwarding; quality-of-service (QoS) classification; policing and shaping; security access control lists (ACLs); VPNs; load balancing; and NetFlow. They are also responsible for features such as firewalls; intrusion prevention;
Advantages: works well, has all features expected from a modern phone, easy user interface Disadvantages: head phones are very expensive
...the ring tone.
The display has big letters, you may see what was the last missed calls.
You may forward the call to an other number.
Nothing is missing - all functions are there. I didn't manage to create my own phone book but maybe because this is an IP phone.
The phone fell on the floor more than one time and it is still working.
The speakerphone works well and you may set the volume and save...
Advantages: Great new simple fresh music. Disadvantages: Wahh, I can't buy the AUS released only album yet.
...One of my favourite new musical discoveries are San Cisco, who despite the Californian name are actually from Fremantle in Australia. The band remind me somewhat of an updated Mamas and Papas with a distinctly sunny style and male and female vocals although the band actually have 3 men and one female. I think there are also some loose comparisons to their Aus compatriots Crowded House in that...
Advantages: Reasonably priced. Provides good light.Look good for the price. Disadvantages: Lots of bulbs to replace
...I wanted from Argos. I shortlisted a few from there, and then finally decided that the Cisco five light ceiling fitting would best suit the area requiring new lights.
I decided on these particular lights because:
As we needed to buy two lights this could prove quite costly. Ceiling lights are a thing that should last a long while so I wouldn't want to buy...