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Data Sheet
Cisco Wide Area Application Engine
®
The Cisco Wide Area Application Engine (WAE) platforms are a portfolio of powerful,
scalable network appliances that host Cisco WAN optimization and application
acceleration solutions that enable branch-office server consolidation and performance
improvements for centralized applications and provide remote users with LAN-like access
to applications, storage, and content across the WAN.
Product Overview
The Cisco WAE Appliances provide a unified platform for hosting Cisco application acceleration
and WAN optimization solutions, including Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS)
Software and Cisco Application and Content Networking System (ACNS) Software.
Cisco WAE Appliances Deployed with Cisco WAAS
Cisco WAAS is a powerful application acceleration and WAN optimization solution that accelerates
the performance of any TCP-based application delivered across a WAN. Deployed as Cisco WAE
Appliances or as network modules integrated with the branch router, Cisco WAAS solves the
following IT challenges:
●
Overcoming poor application performance over the WAN
●
Consolidating branch-office IT infrastructure into data centers while helping ensure nearLAN application performance over the WAN
●
Controlling continuous growth in bandwidth requirements
●
Improving data protection, backup, and replication for remote offices and between data
centers
By accelerating the performance of any TCP-based application over the WAN, Cisco WAAS offers
the following benefits:
●
Cost savings through consolidation of branch-office infrastructure in data centers
●
Increased employee productivity by providing near-LAN performance for all enterprise
applications
●
Improved data protection and regulatory compliance by eliminating the need for less secure
tape-based backup at remote offices
In addition to the benefits of WAN optimization described above, Cisco WAAS provides the lowest
TCO solution, transparently preserves all existing network services, helps ensure reliable voice
deployments, and uniquely interoperates with Cisco firewalls to secure accelerated traffic. For
detailed information about Cisco WAAS, please visit http://www.cisco.com/go/waas.
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Data Sheet
Cisco WAE Appliances Deployed with Cisco ACNS
Cisco ACNS is a digital media delivery solution that optimizes delivery of video traffic over the
WAN, from the data center to branch offices. Cisco ACNS allows enterprises to deliver large-scale
corporate communications, on-demand training, and digital signage to remote offices with high
quality and minimal effect on the network. For detailed information about Cisco ACNS, please visit
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/conntsw/ps491/index.html.
Product Line
The Cisco WAE Appliances are designed to address varying customer needs, from very small
branch offices to massive data center deployments, and offer the highest single-device and
clustered-device scalability in the industry (Table 1).
Table 1.
Cisco WAE Appliance Product Line Positioning
Platform
Hardware
Positioning
Cisco WAAS
Network Module
(NME-WAE)
● Up to 2 GB RAM
● Up to 160 GB storage
Router-integrated branch-office
deployment; for more details,
please visit the WAAS NMEWAE Website, or the ACNS
NME-WAE Website
Cisco WAE-512
● 1 or 2 GB RAM
● 250 GB storage
Edge deployments at small and
medium-sized branch offices
Cisco WAE-612
● 2 or 4 GB RAM
● 300 GB storage
● Edge deployments at
medium-sized and large
enterprise branch offices
● Core deployments at small
and medium-sized data
centers
● Hot-swap hard disk drive
(HDD) replacement
supported with Cisco
WAAS1
Cisco WAE-674
● 4 or 8 GB RAM
● 600 GB storage
● Redundant, hotswappable power supplies
as an upgrade option
● Hot-swappable HDD
replacement supported
1
with Cisco WAAS
Cisco WAE-7341
● 12 GB RAM
● 900 GB Storage
Images
● Edge deployments at
medium-sized and large
enterprise branch offices
● Core deployments at small
and medium-sized data
centers.
Core deployments at large and
very large data centers
● Redundant, hotswappable power supplies
● Hot-swappable HDD
replacement supported
with Cisco WAAS1
Cisco WAE-7371
● 24 GB RAM
● 1.5 terabytes (TB) storage
Core deployments at very large
data centers
● Redundant, hotswappable power supplies
● Hot-swappable HDD
replacement supported
with Cisco WAAS*
* Hot-swappable HDD support while using Cisco WAAS enables the replacement of a failed HDD without
disruption to normal system operation, increasing the availability of the Cisco WAE. Combined with support for
RAID configurations, this feature maximizes system uptime.
Cisco WAE Software and Product Function Matrix
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Data Sheet
Cisco WAE Configured with Cisco WAAS Software
Cisco WAAS software offers three license options, Cisco WAAS Transport License, Cisco WAAS
Enterprise License, and the Cisco WAAS Central Manager License, further described in the Cisco
WAAS data sheet. All three Cisco WAAS license options are supported on the Cisco WAE-512,
WAE-612, WAE-674, WAE-7341, and WAE-7371 appliances.
Cisco WAE Configured with Cisco ACNS Software
Cisco ACNS Software can be configured on some models as a content engine, content router, or
content distribution manager (CDM). All products are ordered and shipped directly from the factory
as content engines. On the supported models (Table 2), content engines can be changed with a
command-line interface (CLI) command. The product can have only one function (content engine,
content router, or CDM) and cannot be configured to perform any two functions simultaneously.
Cisco ACNS is not supported on the WAE-7371.
Table 2.
Cisco WAE Deployed with Cisco ACNS: Product Function Matrix
Product
Cisco WAE-512
Cisco WAE-612
Cisco WAE-674
Cisco WAE-7341
Cisco ACNS Software (Version 5.5.1)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cisco ACNS CDM
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cisco ACNS Content Router
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cisco WAE Hardware Specifications
Tables 3 and 4 present the hardware specifications for the Cisco WAE Appliances. For more
information about the Cisco WAAS Network Module for the Cisco Integrated Services Routers
branch router, please visit the WAAS NME-WAE Website. For more information about the Cisco
ACNS Network Module for the Cisco Integrated Services Routers, please visit the ACNS NMEWAE Website.
Table 3.
Cisco WAE Hardware Specifications: Cisco WAE-512, WAE-612, WAE-674, WAE-7341, and
WAE-7371
Feature
Cisco WAE-512
Cisco WAE-612
Cisco WAE-674
Cisco WAE-7341
Cisco WAE-7371
Baseline RAM
1 or 2 GB
2 or 4 GB
4 or 8 GB
12 GB
24 GB
Usable
Storage*
250 GB
300 GB
600 GB
900 GB
1.5 TB
Maximum
HDD
2 X 250 GB HDD
2 X 300 GB HDD
3 X 300 GB HDD
4 X 300 GB HDD
6 X 300 GB HDD
RAID
Support**
RAID-1
RAID-1
RAID-5
RAID-5
RAID-5
Network
Interfaces
Two
10/100/1000BASE-T
Two
10/100/1000BASET
Two
10/100/1000BASE-T
Two
10/100/1000BASE-T
Two
10/100/1000BASE-T
Power
One 350W AC power
supply
One 350W AC
power supply
Rack Units
1
1
2
2
2
Optional:
Support for 4Port Network
Interface Card
(NIC) for Inline
Cisco WAAS
Deployment
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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● One 835W hotswappable AC
power supply
● Redundant power
available as an
option
Two 835W hotTwo 835W hotswappable redundant swappable redundant
AC power supplies
AC power supplies
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Data Sheet
Feature
Cisco WAE-512
Cisco WAE-612
Cisco WAE-674
Cisco WAE-7341
Cisco WAE-7371
Compact
Flash Memory
128 MB
128 MB
128 MB
128 MB
128 MB
Height
1.75 in. (43 mm)
1.75 in. (43 mm)
3.36 in. (85.4 mm)
3.36 in. (85.4 mm)
3.36 in. (85.4 mm)
Width
17.2 in. (440 mm)
17.2 in. (440 mm)
17.5 in. (443.6 mm)
17.5 in. (443.6 mm)
17.5 in. (443.6 mm)
Depth
22.1 in. (559 mm)
22.1 in. (559 mm)
27.64 in. (702.0 mm)
27.64 in. (702.0 mm)
27.64 in. (702.0 mm)
Shipping
Dimensions
(with
Packaging)
39 x 23 x 6.5 in.
(990.6 x 584.2 x
165.1 mm); 6 boxes
per pallet
39 x 23 x 6.5 in.
(990.6 x 584.2 x
165.1 mm);
6 boxes per pallet
39 x 23 x 6.5 in.
(990.6 x 584.2 x 254
mm); 4 boxes per
pallet
39 x 23 x 6.5 in.
(990.6 x 584.2 x 254
mm); 4 boxes per
pallet
39 x 23 x 6.5 in.
(990.6 x 584.2 x 254
mm); 4 boxes per
pallet
Maximum
Weight
28 lb (12.7 kg)
28 lb (12.7 kg)
64lb (29.03 kg)
64lb (29.03 kg)
64lb (29.03 kg)
Universal
Input
● Input voltage low
range 100 to 127
VAC
● Input voltage high
range 200 to 240
VAC
● Input kilovoltamperes (kVA)
approximately:
◦
Minimum:
0.102 kVA
◦
Maximum:
0.55 kVA
● Input voltage
low range
100 to 127 VAC
● Input voltage
high range
200 to 240 VAC
● Input kVA
approximately:
● Input voltage low
range 100 to 127
VAC
● Input voltage high
range 180 to 265
VAC
● Input kVA
approximately:
● Input voltage low
range 100 to 127
VAC
● Input voltage high
range 180 to 265
VAC
● Input kVA
approximately:
● Input voltage low
range 100 to 127
VAC
● Input voltage high
range 180 to 265
VAC
● Input kVA
approximately:
◦
Minimum:
0.102 kVA
◦
Minimum: 0.29
kVA
◦
Minimum: 0.29
kVA
◦
Minimum: 0.29
kVA
◦
Maximum:
0.55 kVA
◦
Maximum: 1.0
kVA
◦
Maximum: 1.0
kVA
◦
Maximum: 1.0
kVA
Operating Environment
Operating
Temperature
50 to 95ºF (10 to
35ºC)
50 to 95ºF (10 to
35ºC)
50 to 95ºF (10 to
35ºC)
50 to 95ºF (10 to
35ºC)
50 to 95ºF (10 to
35ºC)
Nonoperating
Temperature
–40 to 140ºF (–40 to
60ºC)
–40 to 140ºF (–40 to
60ºC)
–40 to 140ºF (–40
to 60ºC)
–40 to 140ºF (–40 to
60ºC)
–40 to 140ºF (–40 to
60ºC)
Humidity
Nonoperating: 8 to
80%
Nonoperating: 8 to
80%
Nonoperating: 8 to
80%
Nonoperating: 8 to
80%
Nonoperating: 8 to
80%
Altitude
Maximum altitude:
6500 ft (2000m)
Maximum altitude:
6500 ft (2000m)
Maximum altitude:
7000 ft (2133m)
Maximum altitude:
7000 ft (2133m)
Maximum altitude:
7000 ft (2133m)
Compliance
CE marking
CE marking
CE marking
CE marking
CE marking
Safety
EMC
● UL 1950
● CSA-C22.2 No.
950
● EN 60950
● UL 1950
● CSA-C22.2 No.
950
● EN 60950
● UL 1950
● CSA-C22.2 No.
950
● EN 60950
● UL 1950
● CSA-C22.2 No.
950
● EN 60950
● UL 1950
● CSA-C22.2 No.
950
● EN 60950
● IEC 60950
● IEC 60950
● IEC 60950
● IEC 60950
● IEC 60950
● FCC Part 15
(CFR 47) Class A
● ICES-003 Class A
● FCC Part 15
(CFR 47) Class A
● ICES-003 Class
A
● EN 55022 Class
A with
UTP cables
● CISPR22 Class A
with UTP cables
● ASNZ 3548 Class
A with
UTP cables
● VCCI Class A
with UTP cables
● EN 55024
● FCC Part 15
(CFR 47) Class
A
● ICES-003
Class A
● EN 55022
Class A with
UTP cables
● CISPR22 Class
A with
UTP cables
● ASNZ 3548
Class A with
UTP cables
● VCCI Class A
with
UTP cables
● EN 55024
● FCC Part 15
(CFR 47) Class A
● ICES-003 Class
A
● EN 55022 Class
A with
UTP cables
● CISPR22 Class A
with UTP cables
● ASNZ 3548
Class A with UTP
cables
● VCCI Class A
with UTP cables
● EN 55024
● FCC Part 15 (CFR
47) Class A
● ICES-003 Class A
● EN 55022 Class
A with
UTP cables
● CISPR22 Class A
with UTP cables
● ASNZ 3548 Class
A with
UTP cables
● VCCI Class A
with UTP cables
● EN 55024
● EN 50082-1
● EN 50082-1
● EN 55022 Class A
with UTP cables
● CISPR22 Class A
with UTP cables
● ASNZ 3548 Class
A with UTP cables
● VCCI Class A with
UTP cables
● EN 55024
● EN 50082-1
● EN 50082-1
● EN 50082-1
* For Cisco WAAS only
** RAID is supported with Cisco WAAS software but not Cisco ACNS software.
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Ordering Information
Cisco WAE hardware cannot be ordered separately; it must be ordered with Cisco WAAS or Cisco
ACNS Software (Table 4).
Table 4.
Ordering Information for Cisco WAE Hardware
Part Number
WAE-512-K9
Hardware and Software Configuration Options
● Software and license options: Cisco WAAS or Cisco ACNS
● Storage options: One or two 250-GB SATA drives (part number DISK-SATA2-250GB)
● Memory options: Additional 1-GB memory ( part number MEM-WAE-1GB)
● Optional 4-port network interface card (NIC) to support in-path (inline) deployments using Cisco
WAAS (WAE-INLN-4CG)
WAE-612-K9
● Software and license options: Cisco WAAS Software or Cisco ACNS Software
● Storage options: Two 300-GB SAS drives (part number DISK-SAS-300GB)
● Memory options: Additional 2-GB memory (part number MEM-WAE-2GB)
● Optional 4-port NIC to support in-path (inline) deployments using Cisco WAAS (part number WAEINLN-4CG)
WAE-674-K9
● The WAE-674-K9 SKU includes 3 X 300 GB HDD and 4 GB RAM; no other HDD options are
available
● Software and license options: Cisco WAAS Software or Cisco ACNS Software
● Memory options: Additional 4-GB memory (part number MEM-WAE-4GB) supported with Cisco
WAAS only
● Power and fan option: Additional (redundant) power and fan available (part number
● RED-PWR-FAN-674)
● Optional 4-port NIC to support in-path (inline) deployments using Cisco WAAS (part number WAEINLN-4CG)
WAE-7341-K9
● The WAE-7341-K9 SKU includes 4 X 300 GB HDD and 12 GB RAM; no other RAM or HDD options
are available
● Software and license options: Cisco WAAS Software or Cisco ACNS Software
● Optional 4-port NIC to support in-path (inline) deployments using Cisco WAAS (part number WAEINLN-4CG)
WAE-7371-K9
● The WAE-7371-K9 SKU includes 6 X 300 GB HDD and 24 GB RAM; no other RAM or HDD options
are available
● Software and license options: Cisco WAAS Software or Cisco ACNS Software
● Optional 4-port NIC to support in-path (inline) deployments using Cisco WAAS (part number WAEINLN-4CG)
Hardware Spares
WAE-INLN-4CG=
4-port NIC to support in-path (inline) deployments using Cisco WAAS
DISK-SATA2-250GB(=)
250-GB HDD (SATA2); spare
DISK-SAS-300GB(=)
300-GB HDD (SAS) for Cisco WAE-612; spare
DISK-300GB-6/7SER(=)
300-GB HDD (SAS) for Cisco WAE-674, WAE-7341, and WAE-7371 only; spare
MEM-WAE-1GB(=)
1 Cisco WAE 1-GB memory module; spare
MEM-WAE-2GB(=)
2 Cisco WAE 1-GB memory modules; spare
MEM-WAE-4GB(=)
2 Cisco WAE 2-GB memory modules; spare
RED-PWR-FAN-674(=)
Redundant power and fan option for Cisco WAE-674; spare
Web Cache Communication Protocol Support
®
Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP) is a free software feature in Cisco IOS Software
that runs on the following Cisco platforms: Cisco routers such as the Cisco 1800, 2800, and 3800
Series Integrated Services Routers; Cisco 3700 Series Multiservice Access Routers; Cisco 7000
®
Series Routers; and Cisco switches such as the Cisco Catalyst 4500, 4900, and 6500 Series
Switches.
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Service and Support
Cisco offers a wide range of services programs to accelerate customer success. These innovative
services programs are delivered through a unique combination of people, processes, tools, and
partners, resulting in high levels of customer satisfaction. Cisco services help you protect your
network investment, optimize network operations, and prepare your network for new applications
to extend network intelligence and the power of your business. For more information about Cisco
services, see Cisco Technical Support Services or Cisco Advanced Services.
For More Information
For more information about Cisco WAAS, visit http://www.cisco.com/go/waas or contact your local
account representative.
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