Compatible Interfaces and Modules
Redundant Power Supply:
Yes; Dual AC or DC
Dimensions (H x W x D):
22.8 x 17.2 x 22 in
Integrated Daughter Card:
Built-in Gigabit Ethernet Ports.
Shared Port Adapter Slots:
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I'm looking at deploying a pair of ASR1001 units at the WAN edge to support 2x IP Transit and 1x Peering services.
I need to do IPV4 and IPV6 eBGP and iBGP to advertise the peering routes into the core as the peering service will only be on one of the two units.
I'm having real trouble finding a succinct summary of the differences in available features between each feature license. Would anyone be able to either point me to an appropriate link or summarize what features are available from which feature set?
I have described the above scenario to a sales rep who has advised I need the Adv. Ent. Services feature set to unlock all functionality of BGP; but I'm somewhat suspicious of that recommendation.
asked Jun 17 '13 at 16:00
Check out the Feature Navigator on Cisco's site.
I've found this to be the only way sometimes to compare which feature is available in each image/license level.
Choose the feature(s) you're looking for from the list at the left, then click continue. After that you'll be able to drill down into the IOS-XE platform -> ASR1001.
You should be able to tell if you need Advanced Enterprise or Advanced IP there.