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https://dudodiprj2sv7.cloudfront.net/product-logos/ka/Sk/N1CE1T2TQUMR.JPEGGreat productsCisco Small Business RV Series,[It's used] Across the whole organization. They help us manage all our intense network traffic (highly secure, high-performance, reliable connectivity to the Internet, other offices, and employees working remotely) from the heart of your small business network. This proven router provides the performance and security you need to help keep your employees and your business, productive.,Manage multiple connections Great management tools Awesome security,Price. Complex licensing. One could invest as much time learning their licensing schemes as you would studying for a CCIE. Most GUI software is written in Java and can do a lot of dumb things--specifically the ADSM software used to configure ASA's.,8,Very good ROI Most products have a CLI that is easy to use and understand. Very large feature set. Cisco offers numerous open standard and proprietary protocols and options in their code that other vendors lack parity with.,We use Ubiquiti UniFI Access Points to deliver WiFi signal all over our building. Cisco routers are used as network managers and they work very well with Ubiquiti UniFI Access Points.No major work was needed in order to get everything working and now we have a very stable networking solution,The overall experience has been positive. I had some issues early on dealing with the sales team, but once they realized that I would go to another vendor, we were able to easily negotiate a favorable price. The implementation team was good. This team was easy to work with, and helped us understand our options. The advice given by this team was very good and made our job of implementing this tool quick and easy. The technical support has been very good.,We only use Cisco routers.Cisco Router - A unchallenged device in the network worldCisco ISR 4000 Series,We use Cisco Routers as our voice gateways for PSTN calls across the whole organization. They are also used as SRST gateways which helps us provide IP Telephony access to remote sites in case of WAN outages.,We use them for PSTN access and they are able to handle multiple concurrent calls without any issues. We also use DSP cards on them for conferencing and transcoding resources and they are very efficient in terms of processing. They provide high uptime, it's like you plug them and they run forever until you bring them down.,Certain models of the new ISR 4400 series routers have only single source power supply. We would like to have dual source power supply for high availability. We don't have any other issues.,10,We had traditional TDM PRIs in our organization. When we planned to move to SIP, we were able to reuse the routers for SIP PRI without additional investment. Due to high uptime we are able to run our services without any disruption.,All our unified communications products are on Cisco and hence the routers that we use as PSTN gateways are also Cisco.,We use Cisco Routers as CUBE which acts as a secure border element when we integrate with service providers or other customers. The CUBE does not expose our internal IP segments to the external world.,We never had any issues when using the router for accessing data and applications.,I'm not good at catchy word play (That's why I'm not in Marketing. )Other,We use Cisco Routers and switches to backbone [and] provide network support for a training environment of over 50 classrooms. Then in the hands-on labs, we use multiple Cisco Routers and switches to train the students in the use of that equipment specific to the needs of the unit they operate.,They function reliably They are easy to install,Cost of replacing them as we have to rely on another entity for the requisition of the equipment, and they are always looking to cut cost, so they don't always go with our recommendations,10,They're reliable Easy to configure as long as you understand them Easy to troubleshoot in the event of failure,Yes. We started out with a network comprised of only Cisco devices, Routers, Switches, Identity Services Engines (ISE), Mobility Service Engines (MSE), Wireless LAN Controllers (WLCs) and Wireless Access Points (WAPs). Then as budgets were decreased, they purchased from other vendors. Now they are moving back to Cisco, mainly for the support,Our network is a closed network, so we generally don't have the same type of security risks from the outside that other companies face. But we still keep it secure by using the built in security features and best practices, along with other features such as a few ASA series Firewalls,Cisco was very sufficient at providing these services and access to our applications and data. We have used two other brands due to contract awards and compliance requirements, but my preference for ease of operation is Cisco. There are some features that other vendors have that I would like to see Cisco integrate into their systems,Meraki MXMeraki MX,We use MX Meraki for our retail branch banking. We use them as easy to manage air droppable systems. With branches spread out, it's important to reduce the cost for administration and remote admin is Meraki's strength.,Remote Administration Low cost low CAPEX Easy to use interface,Requires internet OPEX may not be best model,10,Lowered admin costs More predicted costs,Compatibility was not a huge factor in Merkai selection. Other Cisco products are better positioned for that.,We don't use the Merkai MX for security.,Cisco Merkai has very good SMB capability span. Application performance is on par with other routers in this segment.,Cisco Prime Controller 3rd party integration CLI (if you know it),CLI(if you don't know it) IOS commands Understanding routing protocols,No,6To connect or not to connectCisco ISR 1000 Series Cisco ISR 4000 Series Cisco 800 Series Industrial ISR (IR 800),They are critical in connecting our 100 WAN sites and edge connectivity.,Once they are configured you can basically forget them until your (NMS) network management systems notify you of an issue Simple EIGRP configuration Super cost effective,Most are single power supply If they aren't a full 19" 1U device you have to purchase rack ears separately from the device VPN tunneling can be a bit of a configuration challenge,10,Buying a router and a layer 2 switch in low bandwidth deployments can save hundreds of dollars. The flexibility of the IR800 makes it the perfect edge processing IoT device. We would be able to change our backhaul method as needed with changing devices. With the new port configurations we have been able to consolidate to single routers where before we had to use 2 or more.,We are mainly an EIGRP shop which makes compatibility a must-have requirement.,We tend to utilize firewalls for these functions.,The Cisco Router has given us the confidence and comfort to sleep at night knowing our customers are accessing the resources they need even when we are not in the office.,,2,2,Internet Edge WAN connectivity Edge proccessing,For traffic control connectivity.,We are investigating their role in IoT High and low temp deployments,10,No,Price Product Features Product Usability Prior Experience with the Product,I wouldn't.,Third-party professional service company,No,Change management was a major issue with the implementation,Found a bug that affects ssh.,9,Online training Self-taught,8,Yes it was, Cisco has tons of Google-able materials and good forums that can help,No,8,No,Cisco's advanced service dug in and solved our configuration problems when working a proof of concept around the IR829 routers.,Eigrp set up T1 configuration, module installation and setup Trunking to the switch,BGP configuration is a bit difficult if you don't have experience configuring it. VPN setup can be confusing unless you have done a couple previously,No,9,8,9,9
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June 26, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Great products"

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[It's used] Across the whole organization. They help us manage all our intense network traffic (highly secure, high-performance, reliable connectivity to the Internet, other offices, and employees working remotely) from the heart of your small business network. This proven router provides the performance and security you need to help keep your employees and your business, productive.
  • Manage multiple connections
  • Great management tools
  • Awesome security
  • Price.
  • Complex licensing. One could invest as much time learning their licensing schemes as you would studying for a CCIE.
  • Most GUI software is written in Java and can do a lot of dumb things--specifically the ADSM software used to configure ASA's.
Small to medium organizations should use these routers in order to improve network management and traffic control. Also for security reasons. Great hardware, but sometimes expensive. Licensing is often complex, but when finished, great support. VPN is also a great feature, and other products available make this a great package. Great ROI.
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June 26, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Cisco Router - A unchallenged device in the network world"

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We use Cisco Routers as our voice gateways for PSTN calls across the whole organization. They are also used as SRST gateways which helps us provide IP Telephony access to remote sites in case of WAN outages.

  • We use them for PSTN access and they are able to handle multiple concurrent calls without any issues.
  • We also use DSP cards on them for conferencing and transcoding resources and they are very efficient in terms of processing.
  • They provide high uptime, it's like you plug them and they run forever until you bring them down.
  • Certain models of the new ISR 4400 series routers have only single source power supply. We would like to have dual source power supply for high availability.
  • We don't have any other issues.
They are very well suited as PSTN voice gateways.
Read Prasanna Rajagopalan's full review
June 25, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "I'm not good at catchy word play (That's why I'm not in Marketing. )"

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We use Cisco Routers and switches to backbone [and] provide network support for a training environment of over 50 classrooms. Then in the hands-on labs, we use multiple Cisco Routers and switches to train the students in the use of that equipment specific to the needs of the unit they operate.
  • They function reliably
  • They are easy to install
  • Cost of replacing them as we have to rely on another entity for the requisition of the equipment, and they are always looking to cut cost, so they don't always go with our recommendations
I personally use Cisco Routers and switches to provide additional training to augment what Packet Tracer cannot support in the Cisco Networking Academy. I have been a CCAI (Cisco Certified Academy Instructor) for over 6 years, instructing others on what they need to be a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
Read Ernie Herd's full review
June 13, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Meraki MX"

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We use MX Meraki for our retail branch banking. We use them as easy to manage air droppable systems. With branches spread out, it's important to reduce the cost for administration and remote admin is Meraki's strength.
  • Remote Administration
  • Low cost low CAPEX
  • Easy to use interface
  • Requires internet
  • OPEX may not be best model
Meraki routers are perfect for branch operations.
Read Justin McDermott's full review
June 13, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "To connect or not to connect"

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They are critical in connecting our 100 WAN sites and edge connectivity.
  • Once they are configured you can basically forget them until your (NMS) network management systems notify you of an issue
  • Simple EIGRP configuration
  • Super cost effective
  • Most are single power supply
  • If they aren't a full 19" 1U device you have to purchase rack ears separately from the device
  • VPN tunneling can be a bit of a configuration challenge
I think that there is a Cisco router for every deployment.
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June 13, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Awesome"

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Our new NCS routers are being used to design our new networks that will move us further with fiber deep Cisco UCBR8 CCAPs (cable provider access) and bring our customers speed they expect.
  • Preformance
  • Stability
  • Innovative
  • Bugs
  • Transport components stability
  • Tac response time in some xases
Preformance you can rely on with every iteration. Cisco adds features to help move your business into the future. Widely respected in many industries and for good reason.
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June 12, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Bears love Cisco!"

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We use ISR routers at every store. We use ASRs at or corporate locations. All traffic from stores is required to go to corporate. We place filters on the routers to block traffic between stores. The routers have a primary and a secondary connection and switch automatically where there are too many failures on the main connection.
  • They just run. We have almost no history of device failure
  • They integrate well into our overall infrastructure
  • Easy to configure
  • Licensing needs simplification
  • Support needs to escalate faster
  • Cost
Enterprise networks should be using Cisco Routers. They work very well and have an array of features that help solve many problems. Small companies may have trouble with the cost.
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June 12, 2018

Cisco Routers: "HCE Router Review"

Score 8 out of 10
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Cisco routers are used across the organization to enable communications between offices and field communications.
  • They are very reliable and just keep working.
  • I have not had a hardware issue to date with any router.
  • Provide additional services than just routing.
  • Don't limit data throughput based on licensing.
  • Provide an easy way to expand cards in the router without having to restart it.
Cisco routers are well suited to separate networks if you need to use voice cards however if you don't need voice cards then routers are more expensive than layer 3 switches which can provide the same functionality.
Read Manuel J Gomez's full review
June 12, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Routers - Cisco is the only way to go"

Score 8 out of 10
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We use the ISRs for WAN connection via MPLS and carrier diversity.
  • Somewhat easy to design and configure
  • When we have problems TAC is always able to help us with the issues
  • The ability for carrier diversity and backup links controlled by route maps makes for a great platform
  • Not having a built in rollback feature for when a configure change causes unexpected results
  • Different command suites on the ISRs verses nexus
  • iOS upgrades that cause existing features to sometimes respond unexpectedly
They are great for edge routers and carriers also use the ISRs which makes compatibility more user-friendly.
Read Kris Brown's full review
June 11, 2018

User Review: "Cisco Routers"

Score 9 out of 10
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Our entire organization uses Cisco routers. They provide us a secure WAN, with dynamic failover, and insight into all the traffic traversing the WAN.
  • DMVPN is a fantastic, de facto industry standard for remote office connectivity.
  • Cisco routers can be integrated with Cloud Web Security, Encrypted Traffic Analytics, SGTAG policy enforcement, and so much more.
  • Voice integration, particularly Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST) is outstanding.
  • Cost
  • Real-world performance statistics
Any major enterprise with more than a few sites will benefit from a Cisco router. One- or two-site organizations may not need all the features.
Read Mark Ciecior's full review
June 11, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "My brief opinion on Cisco routing platforms"

Score 10 out of 10
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We leverage Cisco routers for consistent service across all locations and for resilient service aggregation.
  • Provide a platform for flexible path manipulation.
  • Advanced scripting and response features.
  • Modular capacity to run additional services like compute, VoIP, etc...
  • Further support of open functions and API integrations.
  • Improved application intelligent routing and optimization.
  • Better extraction of telemetry and event data to open repositories.
Cisco routers are well suited for controlled environments with available infrastructure. Small applications in IoT and remote locations usually require additional translations and equipment.
Read Scott Unruh's full review
July 02, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "ISR 4000 at wan edge"

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We use ISR throughout all of our sites for WAN access, VOIP services, and compute. The compute supports a third party SD-WAN overlay for WAN acceleration.
  • Usable, known interface.
  • Reliable
  • Abundant port options
  • Thermal management and sound.
  • Throughput to cost ratio
  • Licensing costs can add up
WAN Edge is the perfect place for an ISR. Hot un-ventilated closets get to be a challenge to keep the sound level down.
Read Todd Volz's full review
July 02, 2018

Review: "Cisco Routers Usage in African Banking Environment"

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For a bank, the Cisco routers are used as branch routers connecting users to access Data Center resources.
  • Routing
  • Quality of Service
  • IPSLA
  • Packet Tunneling
  • To enable them programmable like Python-ready irrespective of the series
  • To save last history commands initiated even after a reload
Well suited for routing and ACLs.

Not well suited for RAVPN and firewalling.
Read David Ibrahim's full review
June 15, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Routers!"

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They are used for our perimeter devices.
  • Tons of features are there for testing in a lab.
  • Can survive through most anything. 140 degrees in Iraq and it made it.
  • There are cheaper routers out there.
For branch sites a FortiGate that is much cheaper will get the job done. Management who is spending the money doesn’t really care if it makes it a challenge to administer.
Read Eric Parks's full review
June 15, 2018

Cisco Routers: "Cisco ISR Router review"

Score 10 out of 10
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ISR routers are used as intra-area edge routers for our 3 major campuses as well as our HA edge routers to the internet.
  • Intra area routing
  • HA redundant internet edge
  • No areas of improvement that have a need for our use
Internet edge routers
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June 14, 2018

Review: "Cisco routers provide the value in the industry"

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We use Cisco routers in almost every use case. We use Nexus routers at our core for our hi speed data center connection. We use Cisco routers at our remote offices as a collapsed core as well.
  • Supportable, I know we can find the information needed to support
  • Reliability, it works.
  • Lacking solutions for the small office.
  • Programmability, I want to use python for everything
  • Cost for licensing and support
Not good for small business or if you are on a budget.
Read Christopher Hall's full review
June 11, 2018

User Review: "Cisco Routers"

Score 10 out of 10
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We are using Cisco Routers to connect remote locations
  • Seamless connectivity
  • Hardware Stability
  • Easy to deploy
  • Web GUI support in built
  • Hot swap-able ports
  • AC/DC Power supply conversion
Cisco Routers are well suited in remote connectivity and less appropriate where the user needs Security + Routing in one box
Read Amit Gumber's full review
June 13, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Buy Cisco now"

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43xx and 44xx this is our standard for WAN services. We have them deployed globally at our edge locations. We are using the ASR model in our DCs and core.
  • App identification with NBAR2 is great. We use it in conjunction with our robust QoS.
  • Routing is obviously what built Cisco and it is as expected rock solid on the isr4K platform.
  • We are looking foward to the intergration of Viptela software on to this platform. Having this on the road map will help our migration.
  • We have found several code bugs and it has caused outages on our network.
  • The license program is a bit confusing - there are several tiers and we have had issues with Cisco ONE portability.
  • All WAN routing scenarios and IP conversation scenarios.
  • The 4K platform could be used in a small DC.
Read Bert Schepler's full review
June 25, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Cisco ISR 4K- Flexible, Feature-rich"

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We use ISR4K exclusively for corporate and branch offices operating at 1Gbps or less on the wide area network. They are extremely effective WAN routers coming in very useful [for] typical form factors depending on HA and the number of interface requirements. Typical use case is for ethernet circuits less than 1Gbps or TDM such as T1. Secondary use case is voice: E&M, FXO, CME. The high-density analog module gives us a great option for larger analog footprint locations. Tertiary use case is iWAN and foreseeably SD-WAN.
  • Easy to use, simple to operate, highly predictable. IOS/IOS-XE is well known and there is a virtually limitless pool of engineers who know this platform and if not having direct experience, can apply knowledge from other IOS/IOS-XE with very little adjustment.
  • Extremely flexible due to wide variety of interfaces. NIM and SM-X provide a great deal options: TDM, E&M, FXO, FXS, switches and servers are all options.
  • Robust IP feature set: Routing protocols, NBAR, Netflow, QoS, DMVPN. This large IP feature set gives us the ISR makes it a highly re-usable router, capable in many different use cases.
  • I would like to see an extremely simpler licensing. ISR still suffers from Cisco licensing complexity.
  • I would like to see improvements in IOS-XE incorporating some of the capabilities found in IOS-XR e.g., config commits and rollback. This may require an IOS fork but unifying IOS-XR and IOS-XE would be a welcome change.
  • I would like to see unified SD-WAN, Voice, and IOS-XE image. I believe this is already on the roadmap.
Great router for small to mid-size branch or remote corporate office having WAN circuits at 1Gbps or less. Greater than 1Gbps, you should be looking at ASR1K. Great fit for where you need analog telephony and real QoS, where you need real netflow. If you expect to run DMVPN, IPsec, and assured capacity regardless of feature turned on, this is a great router.
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August 22, 2018

User Review: "Cisco Routers"

Score 7 out of 10
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The router was used by our organization to provide a stable connection. Its was being used across the company, although it a smaller company with less than 20 individuals. It addressed the problem of having a stable internet connection in order to stay connected with our data in real time.
  • Stable connection.
  • Good for small business.
  • Nice user interface.
  • Slight lag when switching screens.
  • Configuration is a little slow.
  • Menu structure could be improved.
This router is well suited for smaller organizations, our company had less than 20 people and it seemed to work just fine. There weren't any areas where the connection was limited. It provided benefits like firewall and was fairly straightforward to navigate and setup. However the interface could be cleaned up a little bit.
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June 27, 2018

User Review: "Cisco Routers - they just work."

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They are the standard. We use Cisco routers in all locations, from our Data Centers to the smallest location with just a handful of users. They are used on the edge and in the core; they have a solution for all our needs.
  • Basic/Standard Routing functions
  • QOS
  • Handle all standard routing protocols
  • Price. Even the smaller units aren't cheap.
  • Software stability. Once you get a stable version stick with it. Bugs can be more common than they should be.
They have a solution for all needs. They can be a little overpriced for smaller installations, but there is a level of stability and support that comes with them that gives me great peace of mind. They are the standard with us (and generally considered THE standard) for a reason.
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June 27, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Is Cisco really the only suitable vendor out there?"

Score 7 out of 10
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4K Cisco Routers are used across the whole organization. We use them for WAN connectivity. A general design is with MPLS and DMVPN as backup. Compared to other vendors they are pretty solid, but there are the "usual" Cisco bugs, but I guess nobody is 100% exempted.

  • Encryption with DMVPN is rather easy and customization is pretty good
  • QOS, even if the "sauce" that Cisco uses is somehow not known
  • The hardware in general is solid and with two power supplies (4431 and 4451) the resilience is quite good
  • ZBF - The zone base firewall is complicated and not that efficient, better than an ACL, but not a real Firewall.
  • Bugs - it's not possible to upgrade an IOS every several months due to bugs
  • They are too expensive. Even if they are the leader of the market, they are not necessarily the best
Cisco is the leader of the market and usually, everyone knows Cisco and Cisco CLI, and maybe also [have] a certification. So in this sense, every company has some Cisco Routers for sure. Back to the topic, I would say use Cisco Router if there is expertise with Cisco, but in general, it's not a bad idea to look for something else.
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June 19, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "Cisco ISRs"

Score 9 out of 10
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Allowing my company to process and serve customer products. We use Cisco Routers in our core environment and for our customer premise locations. We deploy these ISRs with MPLS Service Providers and DMVPN deployments. It allows us to extend services and support to our products at customer sites. They are currently used by several departments.
  • Stability.
  • Dependability.
  • Reliability.
  • Software.
  • Licensing.
  • Security.
They're great for reliability, once configured properly. We have hundreds of ISRs deployed with uptimes over 5 years. They work well with MPLS deployments. DMVPN Hub and Spoke is also a great technology option with these routers. We also utilize HSRP for hardware redundancy as well. We rarely have a Cisco ISR hardware failure, if any.
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June 19, 2018

User Review: "Cisco Routers"

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We use the ISR for our branches and the ASR in our data centers. We have more than 50 branches and 12 data centers around the world. We have 2x MPLS networks connecting our branches and data centers and we are using BGP to dynamic routing all our traffic. We also use ASR to receive circuits from our clients in a BPN environment.
  • Thoughput
  • Reliability
  • Powerful programmability features on NX-OS
  • Low latency
  • Native integration with SD-WAN
In my opinion, Cisco Routers are well suited in all scenarios, from small offices to large data centers, Cisco has models to suit in all environments. A note to the new NX-OS code where you can use on DNA Center, or use Python with netconf or restconf to automate various if not all operations and deployments.
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June 19, 2018

Cisco Routers Review: "ASR1000, For the Win"

Score 9 out of 10
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We use the ASR1000 series for our Internet edge. We run with a full BGP feed with redundant routers and redundant Internet links. They provide us with highly available Internet access. This is a critical service for us because many of our core services are cloud-based. General access to the Internet is also a core service we provide. Even a short outage can generate a lot of trouble tickets and complaints.
  • For those who are used to Cisco, they are easy to use.
  • They interoperate well with other vendors. Everyone is compatible with Cisco.
  • Performance is excellent. I’ve never had a Cisco router that was unable to perform as Cisco says it will.
  • The CLI can sometimes be inconsistent. You get used to it, but could be better.
  • Programmability is hit and miss. Overall, newer code has better support for programmability.
  • Cisco’s pricing is relatively high. No one pays list price, so list prices are very high and can be off putting at first.
Cisco Routers are well suited for any business environment at scales beyond SOHO/small business. If the business is small, Cisco may be more power and expense that can be afforded or is required. It depends on the business needs and complexity of the requirements.
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