Data Sheet
Cisco Services-Ready Engine
Compact, Versatile, High-Performance Router Blade
®
The Cisco Services-Ready Engine (SRE) modules are router blades for the Cisco Integrated Services Routers
Generation 2 (ISR G2) that provide the capability to host Cisco, third-party, and custom applications. The modules
have their own processors, storage, network interfaces, and memory that operate independently of the host router
resources, helping ensure maximum concurrent routing and application performance. Moreover, the modules
come in two compact form factors designed to reduce physical footprint, lower power consumption, and simplify
hardware installation at the branch office. The Cisco SRE includes a software controller that enables you to install
applications on the module remotely at any time. This solution can help your organization quickly deploy new
branch-office applications on demand, reduce operating costs, and consolidate the branch-office infrastructure.
Cisco SRE offers the next-generation application hosting platform that combines networking, collaboration,
compute and storage services, and centralized management into a cohesive system designed to simplify
infrastructure, support evolving business needs, and reduce operating costs at the branch office. It integrates all
elements necessary to optimize branch-office IT infrastructure for delivery of applications from the data center and
deployment of branch-office applications on demand, and houses them under a single chassis - the Cisco ISR G2.
Figure 1 shows the Cisco SRE Internal Service Module (ISM) and the Cisco SRE Service Module (SM), and
Table 1 summarizes features and benefits of the modules.
Figure 1.
Cisco SRE Internal Service Module and Cisco SRE Service Module
Table 1.
Summary of Features and Benefits of Cisco Services-Ready Engine
Key Features
Key Benefits
● Ability to host Cisco, third-party, and custom applications
● Small physical, energy, and carbon footprint
● Consolidate and simplify branch-office infrastructure into one device
● Save on energy bills, hardware support contracts, and onsite visits
● High-performance, high-capacity hardware
● On-demand remote application provisioning
● Improve versatility and flexibility of branch-office infrastructure
● Quickly and cost-effectively adapt branch-office services and
applications to evolving business needs
● Centralized management and troubleshooting
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Consolidation at the Branch Office
Organizations today are turning to server centralization and consolidation of branch-office infrastructure in order to
reduce cost and complexity of their IT systems. These initiatives, while delivering the sought-after benefits, often
create a new set of challenges:
●
Application performance: Business-critical applications hosted centrally must provide performance and
user experience as if they were hosted locally.
●
Application survivability: Applications and network services vital to business transactions at the branch
office must function during a WAN outage.
●
Infrastructure flexibility: Consolidated branch-office infrastructure must provide sufficient versatility and
resources to accommodate on-demand deployment of new services.
●
Centralized management: Management systems must include all infrastructure components, offer multibranch-office automation capabilities, and work transparently over the WAN.
Cisco SRE has been designed to help your organization address these challenges. It provides hardware,
infrastructure, and management components optimized for deployment and delivery of branch-office applications.
Cisco SRE hosted network and collaboration services support the centralization of applications into the data
center by optimizing WAN access and providing communication survivability. Cisco SRE hosted compute and
storage services support hosting and on-demand deployment of business-critical applications that must reside in
the branch office. The entire system is managed centrally with the CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution
(CiscoWorks LMS).
Cisco SRE modules and software infrastructure enable remote deployment and on-demand hosting of Cisco,
third-party, and custom applications. A services-ready deployment model decouples the Cisco SRE hardware from
the application software, enabling you to provision applications on the module remotely at any time. These
®
capabilities, the rich collection of branch-office services available in the Cisco IOS Software, and the extensive
set of network connectivity interfaces and modules - all integrated and housed under a single chassis - make the
Cisco ISR G2 an ideal all-in-one platform for optimizing branch-office IT infrastructure.
The Cisco ISR G2 with Cisco SRE modules is the only device on the market today that can consolidate the
functions of an entire branch office into a single box, eliminating the need for servers and appliances in the branch
office.
The Cisco SRE Advantage
Designed to meet the needs of organizations of all sizes, Cisco SRE excels in five primary areas, discussed in the
following sections.
Host Cisco, Third-Party, and Custom Applications
The Cisco SRE application hosting capabilities enable consolidation of branch-office IT infrastructure into a single
box. Table 2 lists the branch-office applications supported on the Cisco SRE modules. The third-party applications
listed in Table 2 are hosted on the Cisco Application Extension Platform (AXP) or Cisco Unified Computing
™
System Express (UCS Express).
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Table 2.
Applications Supported on Cisco SRE Modules
Category
Network services
Applications
● Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC)
● Infoblox Core Network Services
Benefits
Improve efficiency of branch-office applications through
visibility and management
● Cisco Prime™ Network Analysis Module (NAM)
● NetScout nGenius Integrated Agent
● BlueCat Adonis DNS/DHCP and Proteus IPAM
● LogLogic MX-Virtual Appliance
● Visual Network Systems OmniPoint Element
● Uplogix Local Management Platform
Application services
● Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS)
● Cisco UCS Express
Improve the overall performance and reliability of
branch-office solutions and enable server centralization
● Cisco Application Extension Platform (AXP)
Unified communications
● Cisco Unity® Express
● Cisco Unified SIP Proxy
● Cisco Unified Messaging Gateway (UMG)
● Cisco Survivable Remote Site Voicemail (SRSV)
Increase effectiveness of communication and
collaboration through application and infrastructure
integration
● Sagemcom Fax over IP
● Singlewire Paging over IP
● Open Text RightFax Fax over IP
Security
● Cisco Video Surveillance
● SecureLogix Voice Policy Firewall
Improve physical security, protect property, and comply
with company and legislative policies
Industry applications
● Tiani Spirit Medical Data Exchange Solution
● Orion Health Rhapsody Connect
Take advantage of applications that provide specific
solutions addressing different business needs
● Industry Weapon CommandCenterHD
Small Physical and Carbon Footprint
The Cisco SRE comes in two convenient form factors (Table 3): the small-footprint Cisco SRE Internal Service
Module, which is installed inside the router, and the high-performance Cisco SRE Service Module, which is
installed in one of the external slots on the router. The two form-factor options differ in the way they are supported
on the various router models, as shown in Table 4. The capability to be housed inside of the Cisco ISR G2 chassis
creates a powerful single-box device for a variety of branch-office applications. This solution has the following
features:
●
Unlike branch-office servers and appliances, Cisco SRE modules do not take up any additional physical
space.
●
Integration into the Cisco ISR G2 eliminates the need for cables, switch ports, power cords, and network
interface cards (NICs).
●
The Cisco SRE modules are highly energy-efficient, consuming only a fraction of the power required by
branch-office servers and appliances.
●
Remote power-on/power-off capability reduces power consumption when the module is not provisioned
with any application; it can be scheduled for off hours.
The compactness of the combined Cisco ISR G2 and Cisco SRE solution translates into cost savings on power,
cooling, cabling, and rack space, in turn leading to lower carbon emissions and natural resource waste.
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Table 3.
Cisco SRE Module Types
Module
Specification
Cisco SRE Service Module (SM)
● The Cisco SRE Service Module is supported on Cisco 2911, 2921, 2951, 3925, 3925E, 3945, and
3945E Integrated Services Routers, part of the Cisco ISR G2 portfolio.
● You can deploy 1 to 4 service modules per chassis, depending on the model of Cisco Integrated
Services Routers Generation 2.
Cisco SRE Internal Services Module
(ISM)
● The Cisco ISM is supported on Cisco 1941, 2901, 2911, 2921, 2951, 3925, and 3945 Integrated
Services Routers, part of the Cisco ISR G2 portfolio.
● You can deploy 1 ISM per chassis.
Table 4.
Cisco SRE Modules Support on Cisco Integrated Services Routers
Model
Maximum Number of Cisco SRE
Modules
Cisco SRE 300 ISMs
Cisco SRE 700, SRE 710,
SRE 900, and SRE 910 Service
Modules
Cisco 1941
1
1
Cisco 2901
1
1
Cisco 2911
2
1
1
Cisco 2921
2
1
1
Cisco 2951
3
1
2
Cisco 3925
3
1
2
Cisco 3925E
2
None
2
Cisco 3945
5
1
4
Cisco 3945E
4
None
4
High-Performance, High-Capacity Hardware
The Cisco SRE modules offer compute performance and storage capacity on par with typical branch-office servers
or appliances. The various Cisco SRE modules provide different processor, storage, and memory options for
applications with different performance requirements. The hardware specifications are provided in Table 6 (later in
this document). Following are the main features:
●
x86 64-bit single- or multicore processor options
●
Up to 1 terabyte of hard disk storage capacity
●
Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) 1 on Cisco SRE 900 and SRE 910 Service Modules
●
Hot-swappable disk on Cisco SRE 900 and SRE 910 Service Modules
●
Field-replaceable disks on Cisco SRE 700, SRE 710, SRE 900, and SRE 910 Service Modules
●
Hardware-assisted virtualization and embedded cryptography chip
All of the Cisco SRE hardware is independent of the host router resources, helping ensure maximum concurrent
routing and application performance. The module is connected to the router through an internal Gigabit Ethernet
link. High-performance hardware allows CPU and disk-hungry applications to be hosted on the Cisco SRE
module. The embedded cryptography chip supports common standard cryptography algorithms and provides
additional acceleration for security applications.
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On-Demand Application Provisioning
You can easily install, replace, or uninstall applications from the Cisco SRE hosting infrastructure using familiar
Cisco device and network management tools. The management tools allow you to replace one type of application
with a different, even unrelated type of application on one or a group of Cisco SREs. Moreover, you can deploy the
Cisco SRE in the branch office without any application when the network is being installed and quickly provision it
with a supported application at a later time. Finally, you can use the same, consistent hardware footprint to host
different applications in different branch offices. Figure 2 shows the various Cisco SRE provisioning options:
●
Install a branch-office application on the Cisco SRE module at network deployment time.
●
Install a branch-office application on the Cisco SRE at a later time.
●
Replace one branch-office application with another application without any hardware changes.
●
Use the same infrastructure to run various applications in different branch offices.
The on-demand provisioning capabilities of the Cisco SRE modules provide the following business benefits:
●
Lower total cost of ownership (TCO): Cisco SRE modules eliminate the future cost of field deployment.
You can provision new applications remotely through the CiscoWorks LMS or Cisco Configuration
Professional application without any hardware or wiring modifications in the branch office.
●
Improved infrastructure flexibility: Cisco SRE modules shorten the time to market for deploying new
applications. You can address new business opportunities quickly by provisioning applications in branch
offices that have been preconfigured with the Cisco SRE module.
●
Infrastructure future-proofing: Cisco SRE modules provide flexibility to meet changing business
requirements. The Cisco SRE modules can replace an application with a different, more relevant one.
Figure 2.
Using the Same Cisco SRE Infrastructure for Different Applications
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Centralized Management and Troubleshooting
You can provision and manage applications hosted on the Cisco SRE with Cisco Configuration Professional, the
command-line interface (CLI), and CiscoWorks LMS. These familiar network management (Table 5) tools offer
both single- and multidevice management options. In addition, the Cisco SRE modules come with an onboard
hardware diagnostic tool for monitoring the health of the hardware or troubleshooting problems. Centralized
management for Cisco SRE modules provides the following features:
●
Automated discovery reports the type, capacity, and properties of deployed modules and applications.
●
Centralized monitoring reports the health and status of deployed modules.
●
Centralized provisioning enables remote installation, upgrade, and uninstallation of applications.
Network management applications are instrumental in lowering operating expenses (OpEx) while improving
network availability by simplifying and automating many of the day-to-day tasks associated with managing a
branch-office network.
Table 5.
Cisco SRE Supported Network Management Applications
Application
Description
Version
CiscoWorks LMS
CiscoWorks LMS is a suite of integrated applications for simplifying day-to-day management of a
Cisco end-to-end network, lowering OpEx while increasing network availability. CiscoWorks LMS
offers network managers an easy-to-use web-based interface for configuring, administering,
monitoring, and troubleshooting the network, saving time in configuring new services and reducing
the time required to quickly isolate and fix network problems.
3.2 and later
Cisco Configuration
Professional
This GUI-based device-management tool for Cisco access routers simplifies configuration of
routing, firewall, intrusion prevention system (IPS), VPN, unified communications, and WAN and
LAN with easy-to-use wizards.
2.0 and later
Cisco Configuration Professional is a valuable productivity-enhancing tool for network
administrators and channel partners for deploying routers with increased confidence and ease. It
offers a one-click router lockdown and an innovative voice and security auditing capability to check
and recommend changes to router configuration. The application also monitors router status and
troubleshoots WAN and VPN connectivity problems.
Cisco Configuration Professional is free; you can download it at http://www.cisco.com/go/ciscocp.
Product Specifications
Table 6 provides detailed specifications for all Cisco SRE module models.
Table 6.
Cisco SRE Module Product Specifications
Feature
Cisco SRE 300 ISM
Cisco SRE 700 and SRE 710 SMs
Cisco SRE 900 and SRE 910 SMs
Product part number
ISM-SRE-300-K9
SM-SRE-700-K9
SM-SRE-900-K9
SM-SRE-710-K9
SM-SRE-910-K9
Form factor
ISM
SM
SM
CPU
Genuine Intel Processor, 1.06
GHz
Intel Core2 Solo, 1.86 GHz
Intel Core2 Duo, 1.86 GHz
DRAM
512 MB
4 GB
4 GB (default) or 8 GB
Compact Flash memory
4-GB internal USB flashmemory module
2-GB internal USB flash-memory module 2-GB internal USB flash-memory module
Hard disk
None
One 500-GB SATA
Two 500-GB SATA
5400 rpm (SRE 700)
(1 TB in non-RAID mode)
7200 rpm (SRE 710)
5400 rpm (SRE 900)
7200 rpm (SRE 910)
Hot-swappable hard disk
drive (HDD)
None
None
Yes
RAID support
None
None
RAID 0 or 1 (application dependant)
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Feature
Cisco SRE 300 ISM
Cisco SRE 700 and SRE 710 SMs
Cisco SRE 900 and SRE 910 SMs
Internal network
interfaces
Gigabit Ethernet connectivity
to router backplane
Gigabit Ethernet connectivity to router
backplane
Gigabit Ethernet connectivity to router
backplane
External network
interfaces
None
One USB connector
One USB connector
One RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet connector
One RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet connector
Router platforms
Cisco 1941, 2901, 2911,
2921, 2951, 3925, and 3945
Integrated Services Routers
Cisco 2911, 2921, 2951, 3925, 3925E,
3945, and 3945E Integrated Services
Routers
Cisco 2911, 2921, 2951, 3925, 3925E,
3945, and 3945E Integrated Services
Routers
Cisco IOS Software
(on router)
Release 15.0(1)M
Release 15.1(4)M
Release 15.1(4)M
Embedded hardwarebased cryptography
acceleration
No
No
Yes
Supported Applications
Applications
● Cisco Unity Express
● Cisco Application
Extension Platform (AXP)
● Cisco Wireless LAN
Controller (WLC)
● Cisco Unity Express
● Cisco UCS Express
● Cisco Unity Express
● Cisco UCS Express
● Cisco AXP
● Cisco WLC
● Cisco AXP
● Cisco WLC
● Cisco Wide Area Application
Services (WAAS)
● Infoblox Core Network Services
● Cisco WAAS
● Cisco Video Surveillance
● Cisco Prime Network Analysis
Module (NAM)
● Cisco Unified SIP Proxy
● Infoblox Core Network Services
● Cisco Prime Network Analysis Module
(NAM)
● Cisco Unified SIP Proxy
● Cisco Unified Messaging Gateway
(UMG)
● Cisco Survivable Remote Site
Voicemail (SRSV)
● Sagemcom Fax over IP
● Cisco Unified Messaging Gateway
(UMG)
● Cisco Survivable Remote Site
Voicemail (SRSV)
● Sagemcom Fax over IP
● Tiani Spirit Medical Data Exchange
Solution
● Orion Health Rhapsody Connect
● Tiani Spirit Medical Data Exchange
Solution
● Orion Health Rhapsody Connect
● NetScout nGenius Integrated Agent
● BlueCat Adonis DNS/DHCP and
Proteus IPAM
● LogLogic MX-Virtual Appliance
● NetScout nGenius Integrated Agent
● BlueCat Adonis DNS/DHCP and
Proteus IPAM
● LogLogic MX-Virtual Appliance
● SecureLogix Voice Policy Firewall
● Open Text RightFax Fax over IP
● SecureLogix Voice Policy Firewall
● Open Text RightFax Fax over IP
● Visual Network Systems OmniPoint
Element
● Uplogix Local Management Platform
● Visual Network Systems OmniPoint
Element
● Uplogix Local Management Platform
● IndustryWeapon
CommandCenterHD
● Industry Weapon CommandCenterHD
Power Specifications
Power consumption
(maximum)
20W
35W
50W
0.85 x 4 x 6.1 in.
1.58 x 7.44 x 7.5 in.
1.58 x 7.44 x 7.5 in.
(2.2 x 10.2 x 15.5 cm)
(4 x 18.9 x 19.1 cm)
(4 x 18.9 x 19.1 cm)
Shipping dimensions (H
x W x D with packaging)
9.45 x 7.18 x 2.38 in.
9.5 x 7.5 x 2.5 in.
9.5 x 7.5 x 2.5 in.
(24 x 18.4 x 6.05 cm)
(24.1 x 19.1 x 6.4 cm)
(24.1 x 19.1 x 6.4 cm)
Maximum weight
0.5 lb (0.206 kg)
2.5 lb (1.1 kg)
2.5 lb (1.1 kg)
32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C) normal
32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C) normal
23 to 131°F (-5 to +55°C) short term
23 to 131°F (-5 to +55°C) short term
Physical Specifications
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Environmental Specifications
Operating Conditions
Operating temperature
Per operating requirements of
deployable platform
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Feature
Cisco SRE 300 ISM
Cisco SRE 700 and SRE 710 SMs
Cisco SRE 900 and SRE 910 SMs
Humidity
Per operating requirements of
deployable platform
10 to 85% operating
10 to 85% operating
Altitude (operating)
Per operating requirements of
deployable platform
104°F (40°C) at sea level
104°F (40°C) at 6,000 ft (1,800m)
86°F (30°C) at 13,000 ft (4,000m)
27.2°C (81°F) at 15,000 ft (4,600m)
Note: De-rate 34.5°F (1.4°C) per 1,000 ft above 6,00 0 ft (per 300m above 2,600m)
Transportation and Storage Conditions
Temperature
-13 to 158°F (-25 to +70°C)
-4 to 149°F (-20 to +65°C)
-4 to 149°F (-20 to +65°C)
Relative humidity
5 to 95%
5 to 95%
5 to 95%
Altitude
15,000 ft (4,600m)
15,000 ft (4,600m)
15,000 ft (4,600m)
Regulatory Compliance
Safety
Per safety requirements of
deployable platform
● UL 60950-1, First Edition, Standard for safety for information technology
equipment (US)
● CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03, Safety of information technology equipment
including electrical business equipment (Canada)
● IEC 60950-1:2001, Safety of information technology equipment/Second Edition nd
2005) (World-Wide)- 2 Ed. 2005 (optional)
● EN 60950 -1:2001, Safety of information technology equipment (CENELEC;
includes EU and EFTA)
● GB4943-2001, Safety of information technology equipment (PRC)
● AS/NZS 60950-1, Safety of information technology equipment including electrical
business equipment (Australia)
● NOM-019, Safety of data processing equipment (Mexico)
EMC
AS/NZS 3548: 1995
incorporating Amendments 1
and 2; Class A (Australia)
CISPR 22: 1997; Class A
(International)
Code of Federal Regulations,
Title 47, Part 15, Sub-part B:
2000; Class A (United States FCC)
CNS-13438 (Taiwan)
EN55022: 1998, EN61000-32: 1995, EN61000-3-3: 1995,
EN55024: 1998, EN50082-1:
1997 (European Union &
Eastern Block)
EN300386: 2000; Class A
(European Union - licensed
telecommunications network
equipment operators)
ICES-003 Issue 3, 1998
(Canada)
VCCI V-3/00.04 (Japan)
Emission:
● 47 CFR Part 15 Class A
● CISPR22 Class A
● EN300386 Class A
● EN55022 Class A
● EN61000-3-2
● EN61000-3-3
● SD/EMI (India)
● KN22 (Korea)
● VCCI Class I
● AS/NZS CISPR 22 Class A
Immunity:
● CISPR24
● EN300386
● EN50082-1
● EN55024
● SD/EMI (India)
● KN22 (Korea)
● EN61000-6-1
Ordering Information
For information about how to order the Cisco SRE modules, please visit the Cisco ISR G2 Ordering Guide. To
place an order, visit the Cisco Ordering Home Page and refer to Tables 7 and 8. For additional product numbers,
including the Cisco SRE bundle offerings, please check the Cisco price list or contact your local Cisco account
representative.
To download software, please visit the Cisco Software Center.
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Table 7.
Cisco SRE Ordering Information
Product Number
Product Description
ISM-SRE-300-K9
512MB DRAM, 4GB flash storage
SM-SRE-700-K9
4GB DRAM, 2G flash storage, 500GB 5400 rpm SATA hard disk, field replaceable hard disk
SM-SRE-710-K9
4GB DRAM, 2G flash storage, 500GB 7200 rpm SATA hard disk, field replaceable hard disk
SM-SRE-900-K9
4GB (default) or 8GB DRAM, 2GB flash storage, 2 x 500GB 5400 rpm SATA hard disk (1 TB storage), embedded
cryptography chip, RAID 0,1 support (application dependant), hot swappable hard disk
SM-SRE-910-K9
4GB (default) or 8GB DRAM, 2GB flash storage, 2 x 500GB 7200 rpm SATA hard disk (1 TB storage), embedded
cryptography chip, RAID 0,1 support (application dependant), hot swappable hard disk
SM-DSK-SATA-500GB=
Spare 500GB 5400 rpm SATA hard disk for SM-SRE-900-K9
SM-HDD-SATA-500GB=
Spare 500GB 7200 rpm SATA hard disk for SM-SRE-910-K9
SM-MEM-VLP-4GB
Optional memory upgrade for SM-SRE-900-K9 and SM-SRE-910-K9 (no field upgrades, factory install only)
Table 8.
Cisco SRE and Cisco ISR G2 Bundles
Ordering SKU
Description
C1941-SEC-SRE/K9
Cisco 1941,SRE 300, and SEC license PAK bundle
C2901-VSEC-SRE/K9
Cisco 2901, SRE 300, PVDM3-16, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C2911-VSEC-SRE/K9
Cisco 2911, SRE 300, PVDM3-16, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C2921-VSEC-SRE/K9
Cisco 2921, SRE 700 or SRE 710, PVDM3-32, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C2951-VSEC-SRE/K9
Cisco 2951, SRE 700 or SRE 710, PVDM3-32, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C2911-VSEC-PSRE/K9
Cisco 2911, SRE 910, PVDM3-16, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C2921-VSEC-PSRE/K9
Cisco 2921, SRE 910, PVDM3-32, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C2951-VSEC-PSRE/K9
Cisco 2951, SRE 910, PVDM3-32, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C3925-VSEC-SRE/K9
Cisco 3925, SRE 700 or SRE 710, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C3945-VSEC-SRE/K9
Cisco 3945, SRE 700 or SRE 710, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C3925-VSEC-PSRE/K9
Cisco 3925, SRE 900 or SRE 910, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C3945-VSEC-PSRE/K9
Cisco 3945, SRE 900 or SRE 910, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C3925E-VSEC-SRE/K9
Cisco 3925, SRE 900 or SRE 910, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C3945E-VSEC-SRE/K9
Cisco 3945, SRE 900 or SRE 910, PVDM3-64, UC and SEC License PAK bundle
C2911-WAAS-SEC/K9
Cisco 2911, SRE 700 or SRE 710, Sec PAK, WAAS Enterprise Small License
C2921-WAAS-SEC/K9
Cisco 2921, SRE 700 or SRE 710, Sec PAK, WAAS Enterprise Medium License
C2951-WAAS-SEC/K9
Cisco 2951, SRE 900 or SRE 910, Sec PAK, WAAS Enterprise Large License
C3925-WAAS-SEC/K9
Cisco 3925, SRE 900 or SRE 910, Sec PAK, WAAS Enterprise Large License
C3945-WAAS-SEC/K9
Cisco 3945, SRE 900 or SRE 910, Sec PAK, WAAS Enterprise Large License
C3945-UCSE/K9
Cisco 3945 UCSE Bundle, SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, 4 GB ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact Flash,
IMC Software
C3925-UCSE/K9
Cisco 3925 UCSE Bundle, SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, 4 GB ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact Flash,
IMC Software
C2951-UCSE/K9
Cisco 2951 UCSE Bundle, SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, 4 GB ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact Flash,
IMC Software
C2921-UCSE/K9
Cisco 2921 UCSE Bundle, SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, 2.5 GB ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact
Flash, IMC Software
C2911-UCSE/K9
Cisco 2911 UCSE Bundle, SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, 2.5 GB ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact
Flash, IMC Software
C3945-ES24-UCSE/K9
Cisco 3945 ES24 UCSE Bundle, SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, 24 port Layer 3 PoE EtherSwitch SM, 4
GB ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact Flash, IMC Software
C3925-ES24-UCSE/K9
Cisco 3925 ES24 UCSE Bundle, SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, 24 port Layer 2 PoE EtherSwitch SM,
PoE Power Supply, 4 GB ISR DRAM, 768 MB Compact Flash, IMC Software
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Ordering SKU
Description
C2951-ES24-UCSE/K9
Cisco 2951 ES24 UCSE Bundle, SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, 24 port Layer 2 EtherSwitch SM, PoE
Power Supply, 4 GB ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact Flash, IMC Software
C3945-WAAS-UCSE/K9
Cisco 3945 UCSE Bundle, two SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, WAAS Enterprise Medium License, 4 GB
ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact Flash, IMC Software
C3925-WAAS-UCSE/K9
Cisco 3925 UCSE Bundle, two SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, WAAS Enterprise Medium License, 4 GB
ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact Flash, IMC Software
C2951-WAAS-UCSE/K9
Cisco 2951 UCSE Bundle, two SRE 900 or SRE 910,SRE-V License, WAAS Enterprise Medium License, 4 GB
ISR DRAM, 768 MB ISR Compact Flash, IMC Software
Warranty Information
Warranty information is available on Cisco.com at the Product Warranties page.
Service and Support Information
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Cisco SRE hardware service and support is covered by the Cisco SMARTnet contract for the router in which the
module will reside. Cisco SRE application software has an associated Cisco Software Application Support plus
Upgrades (SASU) option, which you must purchase separately. In other words, Cisco SRE application support is
not included in the router or router bundle Cisco SMARTnet contract. A single SASU contract attaches to a single
Cisco SRE module, and any Cisco application running on that module is covered. There are three different SASU
contracts, each corresponding to one of the three Cisco SRE modules (Cisco SRE 300 ISM, Cisco SRE 700 and
SRE 710 SMs, and Cisco SRE 900 and SRE 910 SMs), as shown in Table 9.
Table 9.
SASU Service Contracts for Cisco SRE
Part Number
Description
CON-SAU-ISRE300
Software Application Support Plus Upgrade for Cisco SRE 300 ISM applications
CON-SAU-ISMISRE3
Software Application Support Plus Upgrade for Cisco SRE 300 ISM applications in ISR bundle
CON-SAU-SMSRE700
Software Application Support Plus Upgrade for Cisco SRE 700 and Cisco SRE 710 SM applications
CON-SAU-SMSRE7K
Software Application Support Plus Upgrade for Cisco SRE 700 and Cisco SRE 710 SM applications in ISR bundle
CON-SAU-SMSRE900
Software Application Support Plus Upgrade for Cisco SRE 900 and Cisco SRE 910 SM applications
CON-SAU-SMSRE9K
Software Application Support Plus Upgrade for Cisco SRE 900 and Cisco SRE 910 SM applications in ISR bundle
For More Information
For more information about the Cisco SRE modules, please visit http://www.cisco.com/go/SRE or contact your
local Cisco account representative.
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