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jchojnacki
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vEdge Throughput

I'm troubleshooting a throughput issue, and I'm looking for documentation regarding the supported throughputs for vEdge devices, in this case a vEdge 2000. 

 

I've found data sheets covering other product lines. E.g. the Cisco 4000 ISR Data Sheet breaks it down by device model and license. It explicitly mentions the ISR 4331 supports 100 Mbps throughput with the default license, 300 Mbps throughput with a performance license, and so on. 

 

The vEdge Data Sheet briefly mentions throughput and that there are differences between models, but doesn't cover it further:

vEdge Routers: All of vEdge Routers offer the same software functionality. The key differences between the platforms are in respect to throughput, redundancy in hardware components and port density.

 

I'm looking for something more detailed, like the ISR Data Sheet. Any additional insight is appreciated.

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Kanan Huseynli
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Hi,

 

default throughput, throughput with performance and/ or boost license are actually related to tradittional ISR4k licensing.

For SD-WAN you have only DNA licenses (subscriptions) which is in reality enables traditional licenses as well (but you only purchase for DNA).

To see licensing tires/terms you can look Ordering Guide for SDWAN.

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/software/one-wan-subscription/guide-c07-740642.html

 

HTH,

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Kanan Huseynli
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Hi,

 

default throughput, throughput with performance and/ or boost license are actually related to tradittional ISR4k licensing.

For SD-WAN you have only DNA licenses (subscriptions) which is in reality enables traditional licenses as well (but you only purchase for DNA).

To see licensing tires/terms you can look Ordering Guide for SDWAN.

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/software/one-wan-subscription/guide-c07-740642.html

 

HTH,

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Looks like table 6 covers it. Thank you!