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Cisco 700/800 Router


Product Update
Session 1002

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Agenda

• Platform Overview
• Router Architecture
• New Features
• Ease of Use
• Networking Scenarios

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Platform Positioning

• Recommended for small


offices up to five users
• Lowest cost
Cisco ISDN router
Cisco 700 Series • Proven track record

• Designed for corporate


telecommuters and small
offices (up to 20 users)
• Lowest cost
Cisco IOS® router
• Strategic SOHO platform
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Cisco 700 Model Consolidation

• Cisco 761M/762M • Cisco 761M


• Cisco 771M/772M • Cisco 775M/776M
• Cisco 765M/766M (Other models
end of orderability
• Cisco 775M/776M Sept 9, 1999)

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Cisco 700 Price Changes

Model List Price USD


Cisco 761M $499
Cisco 775M $599 (-$150)
Cisco 776M $599 (-$200)

Cisco 700 H/W ships with 4.3 s/w


Updates Are Available on CCO
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Cisco 700 Series Feature Sets

Internet Internet Remote Remote


Feature Set
Ready Ready/X.25 Office Office/X.25
Price (US Dollars) Free Free $150 $150
IP Routing yes yes yes yes
IPX Routing yes yes
IP RIP (V1 and V2) yes yes yes yes
IPX RIP yes yes
Snapshot Routing yes yes yes yes
X.25 Data over D Channel yes yes
AO/DI (Client Only) yes yes
Triggered RIP yes yes yes yes
Permanent Linkup Mode yes yes yes yes
Stac Compression yes yes yes yes
DHCP Server yes yes yes yes
Port Address Trans. (PAT) yes yes yes yes

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Cisco 800 Models and Features

Model Ethernet LAN ISDN POTS Console

Cisco 801 10BaseT (RJ-45) BRI S/T None RJ-45


BRI U with
Cisco 802 10BaseT (RJ-45) None RJ-45
Integrated NT1

Cisco 803 4 Port 10BaseT Hub BRI S/T 2 (RJ-11) RJ-45

BRI U with
Cisco 804 4 Port 10BaseT Hub 2 (RJ-11) RJ-45
Integrated NT1

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Cisco 800 Series Feature Sets
IP/IPX
IP IP Firewall
IP/IPX Firewall
Feature Set IP IP Plus IP Firewall Firewall Plus
Plus Plus
Plus IPSec56
IPSec56
Price
Price (US
(US Dollars)
Dollars) Free
Free $200
$200 $200
$200 $300
$300
IP
IP Routing
Routing yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
IPX
IPX Routing
Routing yes
yes yes
yes
IP
IP RIP
RIP yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
IP
IP EIGRP
EIGRP yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
IPX
IPX RIP,
RIP, IPXWAN
IPXWAN yes
yes yes
yes
Snapshot
Snapshot yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
GRE
GRE Tunnel
Tunnel yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
X.25
X.25 Encapsulation
Encapsulation yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
AO/DI
AO/DI yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
SNTP
SNTP yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
IP
IP Multicast
Multicast Fwd
Fwd yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
SNMP
SNMP yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
Syslog
Syslog yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
Firewall
Firewall Feature
Feature Set
Set yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes yes
yes
IPSEC
IPSEC (56
(56 Bit
Bit DES)
DES) yes
yes yes
yes
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Router Architecture

What’s on the Inside?

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Cisco 700 Processor and Memory

• Intel i386 25 Mhz processor


• Flash memory is fixed
1MB Max—(not upgradable)
• DRAM is upgradable
Default 1.5 MB
Field upgradable to 2 MB max
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Cisco 800 Processor and Memory

• Motorola MPC850DH—
RISC based 33 Mhz
PowerPC processor
• Intel Mini Card for
expanded flash
memory
(4MB flash soldered to
the motherboard)
• Single 100 pin DIMM
slot for additional
DRAM
(4MB DRAM soldered to
the motherboard)
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Cisco 800 Software Images and
Memory Requirements

Feature Set DRAM Flash


IP 4 8

IP Plus 4 8

IP/IPX Plus 4 8
IP Firewall 4 8
IP Firewall Plus 4 8
IP/Firewall Plus IPSec56 8 8
IP/IPX/Firewall Plus IPSec56 8 8

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What Is TinyROM?

• Boot loader that resides


in flash memory
• Enable mode for ROM
console port security Chip
• Built-in help functionality

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TinyROM Instead of
Cisco IOS ROMMON?

• Less than 1/3 code size of


Cisco IOS ROMMON
• Can upgrade TinyROM while in
TinyROM mode
• Allows for tftp and X-modem software
upgrades from within TinyROM

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TinyROM “show” Command


boot# show
TinyROM version 1.0(2)
Mon Nov 02 17:14:53 1998
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TinyROM settings serial-no:


Type:
JAD98492215
C804
with the “show” DRAM:
Flash:
12MB
4MB
command set baud =9600
set data-bits =8
• Parameters are set set parity
set mac-address
=none
=0050.0F02.3D9E

with the “set” set unit-ip


set serv-ip
=10.1.1.11
=161.44.24.78
command set netmask
set gate-ip
=255.255.255.0
=10.1.1.1
set boot-action =flash
set file-name ="c800-nsy6-mw"
set prompt ="boot"
set ios-conf =0x2102
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Virtual Memory

• Patented technology—present in
Cisco 700 and 800
• Allows for smaller DRAM and
flash memory
• Pages in and out of compressed flash
“on-the-fly”
• Allows the Cisco 800 to be net booted
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Virtual Memory Illustrated

Flash Portions of
Virtual
Memory with Cisco IOS put DRAM
Memory
Cisco IOS into Virtual Memory

Cisco IOS Pages in and out of Flash Memory


as Needed for Additional Instructions

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Cisco 700/800 Quick Comparison

Cisco 700 Series Cisco 800 Series


CPU 25 MHz CPU 33 MHz RISC CPU
Cisco IOS
Cisco IOS 700 Cisco IOS Software {12.0(X)T}
Software
1.5-MB DRAM Default 4-MB DRAM Default
DRAM
2-MB DRAM, Max. 12-MB DRAM, Max.
1-MB Flash Only 8-MB Flash Default
Flash
(Not Upgradable) 12-MB Flash, Max.
Limited SNMP SNMP and Cisco IOS
Management
and Diagnostics Clear Text Debugs
Security No Firewall Cisco IOS Firewall
Security No IPSEC IPSEC—56 Bit DES Encryption

X.25 AO/DI and X.25 Data AO/DI and X.25 Data


Call Connect- No Call Connect-
Button
Disconnect Switch Disconnect Switch
LEDs Green-Only LEDs Green and Yellow LEDs
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New Features

What’s New?

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POTS Ports

• Cisco 803–804 provide 2 RJ-11


Analog POTS Ports
• Circuit switched voice—
not packetized
• Universal POTS circuitry—
no POTS daughter card
• Supplemental features Including
Caller ID delivered to POTS ports
North America only
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Debugging POTS

test-isdn# debug pots csm


POTS CSM events debugging is on
test-isdn#
17:30:19: EVENT_FROM_ISDN:dchan_idb=0x271AF38, call_id=0x3, ces=0x2
bchan=0x1, event=0x1, cause=0x0

17:30:19: CSM_PROC_IDLE: CSM_EVENT_ISDN_CALL, call id = 0x3, port = 2


17:30:19: Calling Number:'' Called number:’5551212'

17:30:30: EVENT_FROM_ISDN:dchan_idb=0x271AF38, call_id=0x3, ces=0x2


bchan=0xFFFFFFFF, event=0x0, cause=0x90

17:30:30: CSM_PROC_RINGING: CSM_EVENT_ISDN_DISCONNECTED, call id = 0x3,


port = 2
17:30:30: CSM_PROC_RINGING: CSM_EVENT_VDEV_ONHOOK, call id = 0x3, port = 2

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Cisco IOS Firewall
Optional Robust
Firewall Integrated with Router
• Context-Based Access Control (CBAC)
Dynamic per-application filtering
Support for advanced protocols
(H.323, SQLnet, RealAudio, etc.)
• Control downloading of Java applets
• Denial-of-service detection
and prevention
• Real-time alerts
• TCP/UDP transaction log
• Easy configuration and management
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IPSEC

• Open standards for ensuring


secure private communications
over any IP network
Data privacy, integrity, and authenticity

• IPSec 56 Bit DES encryption


• Network-layer encryption and authentication
• Support for Internet Key Exchange (IKE),
X.509v3 digital certificates, and certificate
authorities for automated key management
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ISDN Cost Control—Always On/
Dynamic ISDN (AO/DI)

Low Speed PPP over X.25 D-Channel


Connection Is Always Available

PPP over X.25 Using


ISDN D-Channel
Ethernet
ISDN Corporation
and X.25 or ISP
Network
Cisco 800
Analog ISDN B Channels Are Dialed and
Phone Released as Bandwidth Is Needed
Fax

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ISDN Cost Control


(Triggered RIP Extensions)
• Standard feature in Cisco 700/800
• Standards-based method for
controlling IP RIP routing updates
(based on RFC 2091)
• More flexible than snapshot routing
• Full RIP table exchanged upon linkup
• Only incremental updates propagated
after full-table exchange
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Ease of Use

Let’s Make it Easy

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Cisco Fast Step 2.x

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Cisco ConfigMaker v2.3

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Networking Scenarios

How to Use the Cisco 700/800

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Small Office

Multiple PCs
on LAN Internet
Cisco 800
with Firewall

Dialup or
Leased ISDN

Shared/Secure
Office Fax Internet Access

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Corporate Telecommuter

Corporate
• Data and voice share Cisco 800 with Firewall Home Gateway
Router
the same ISDN WAN link
Phone
• Router-Firewall-VPN 1600
1600

software all in
one package Fax
Internet
Encrypted
• Easy to manage remotely Tunnels

• Useful features Secure,


1600
DHCP server Shared
Corporate
Dial on demand Access
Phone
Bandwidth on demand Fax
Cisco 800 with Firewall
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Session 1002

Cisco 700/800 Router


Product Update

Jim Spain
Product Marketing Engineer
Cisco 700/800/1000
js@cisco.com
(919) 472-2957

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