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New Additions to the Catalyst 8000 Family- FAQ

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This event had place on Tuesday 23rd, February 2021 at 10hrs PDT 

Introduction

Designed for an intent-based network, the Cisco Catalyst 8000 Edge Platforms family offers best-in-class networking and security combined. The platforms, available in both on-premises or virtual options, are designed for accelerated SD-WAN services, multilayered security, cloud-native agility, and edge intelligence to accelerate your journey to the cloud.

Featured Expert

Featured Speaker
kramesh.jpgRamesh Kalimuthu is a Technical Marketing Engineer for SD-branch solution and uCPE products in EN Routing. He has 20+ years in networking and is thankful for the fun learning experience in delivering best in class products in routing, security, and the collaboration space. He is passionate about creating and driving the adoption of new technologies, with SDN and Virtualization solutions as his current focus. 
 
shummer.jpgShameel Ummer is a Technical Marketing Engineer for ISR 4000 as well as Catalyst 8300 Series. Shameel is 4X CCIE and is responsible for all things crypto on the routing platforms

You can download the slides of the presentation in PDF format here.

Live Questions

Q:How does the UCSE compute module factor into this new platform?

A: UCS-E modules are currently only for C8300 platforms. Single wide SM slot is necessary for hosting the same. C8200 can not host the same.

Q:Where do I deploy the Cisco Catalyst 8300 Series Edge Platforms in comparison to the Cisco Catalyst 8500 Series Edge Platforms?

A:C8300s are purpose-built for modular Branch use-cases and C8500s are purpsoe-built for high throughput aggregation use-cases. The platforms can be used based on capacity demands and connectivity options available.

Q: Would it be possible to obtain out-of-band access to router cli via FXS NIM module over POT line when in controller mode?

A: No, unfortunately not. They are strictly for voice lines.

Q:Is the only option for out-of-band access using a pots line to use an external terminal server with a modem and serial port?

A:Yes, you would need to use an external modem + the Async/Console port on the router.

Q:Is Cisco Firepower a supported service on Catalyst 8300 Series Edge Platforms running XE SD-WAN?

A: Cisco Firepower is not a signed app for C8300 as such. However, it can be used along with C8200uCPE as service VNF.

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