I am trying to understand CISCO product line up.
And in which I am going through the router lineup, specifically ISR routers
So i understood, ISR G1 (1800, 2800, 3800) was rolled by cisco initially,
and then cisco rolled out next generation devices under the category ISR G2 (800, 1900, 2900, 3900), which were more powerful than its predecessors and came to market as their replacement.
Then the latest ones in the ISR segment is ISR 4000 series routers (4200, 4300, 4400), which are more powerful than ISR G2.
Below image shows the evolution of ISR routers-
I also came across a series called ISR 1000 under ISR segment (1111x, 111x, 1101 and 1109). Would like to know, where in the timeline of ISR devices does this fall into? And how does performance compare with G1/G2/4k?
Would like to know, where in the timeline of ISR devices does this fall into? And how does performance compare with G1/G2/4k?
The ISR 1100 is the direct replacement for the 800-series router (and because Cisco has ran out of numbers for the new model). There is no way to compare the 1100 with the 4400 in terms of bandwidth, memory, CPU and network modules.
The ISR 1100 was first announced in 1Q of 2018.
Thanks for the response.
So for all the variants of ISR G2 except ISR 800 (ie, 1900, 2900, 3900), ISR 4k has replacements (4200, 4300, 4400)
And for (ISR 800) - (ISR 900 and ISR 1000s) are the replacements.
Did I understand it right?
Thanks and regards,