CPU of new 800, 1800 & 2800 routers?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Rob, Jan 6, 2006.

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    Rob Guest

    Does anyone have the CPU specs of Cisco's latest 800, 1800, 2800 and
    3800 series routers? I'm looking to buy one for a PPTP server. I
    need CPU horsepower since everything is done in software.

    I tried it with a old 2651 (non XM) I had laying around and achieved
    3mb total one way, or about 1.3mb when transferring data full duplex.
    CPU usage topped at 93%.

    I looked over CCO but couldn't find this exact information. I'd like
    CPU model and Mhz speed, if Cisco posts that information anywhere.

    Rob, Jan 6, 2006
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    Merv Guest

    Merv, Jan 6, 2006
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    stephen Guest

    doesnt have CPU type, but thruput is at:
    stephen, Jan 6, 2006
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    Rob Guest

    That'll help. Thanks.
    Rob, Jan 6, 2006
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    anybody43 Guest

    Maybe you know all about this and I am
    heading the wrong way however:-

    Are you doing crypto? Looking at the miserable performance
    I guess that you must be. (Unless that M bytes, or you are
    using tiny packets I guess)

    Quite a few of the new small routers come with crypto hardware
    (and software at least for some) built in. If this hardware supports
    pptp crypto then this will help _a lot_.

    837, 877, 1800 (I think).

    There are also crypto add on cards for some platforms.

    Sorry I don't know details off the top of my head and
    maybe PPTP crypto is not supported on them or something.

    In one IPSEC crypto installation that I have with an 837 at
    one end and a 2611XM at the other the 837 has less than
    half the CPU utilisation of the 2611XM.
    anybody43, Jan 6, 2006
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    gray.wizard Guest

    I do know that the 830, 850 and 870 series all have crypto hardware. I
    cannot speak for any other model. Sorry.
    gray.wizard, Jan 8, 2006
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    Rob Guest

    IPSEC and Crypto is different than GRE/PPTP. It's all done in
    Rob, Jan 9, 2006
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