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CISCO 2-Port 10GE 20-Port GE Line Card (A9K-2T20GE-B= $DEL)

CISCO 2-Port 10GE 20-Port GE Line Card

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Cisco ASR 9000 Series Ethernet Line Cards

The Cisco® ASR 9000 Series Ethernet Line Cards are the latest generation of service-provider-focused Carrier Ethernet line cards from Cisco. These line cards deliver economical, scalable, highly available, line-rate Ethernet and IP/Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) edge services. The Cisco ASR 9000 Series Line Cards together with the Cisco ASR 9000 Series platforms are designed to provide the fundamental infrastructure for scalable Carrier Ethernet and IP/MPLS networks, enabling profitable business, residential, and mobile services

Each Cisco ASR 9000 Series Ethernet Line Card provides hierarchical QoS and simultaneous support for both Layer 2 and Layer 3 services and features, enabling operators to qualify and stock a single line card that can be deployed in any combination of Layer 2 and Layer 3 applications, thereby reducing capital expenditures (CapEx) and operating expenses (OpEx), as well as reducing the time required to develop and deploy new services. With support for up to 384,000 queues, 32,000 interfaces, 1 million routes, 1 million MAC addresses, and 20,000 VPNs, the Cisco ASR 9000 Series Ethernet Line Cards set a new standard for service density, enabling operators to offer predicable, managed transport services while optimizing the use of network assets.

With its synchronization circuitry and dedicated backplane timing traces for accessing the route switch processor's (RSP's) Stratum-3 subsystem, the Cisco ASR 9000 Series Ethernet Line Cards provide standards-based line-interface functions for delivering and deriving transport-class network timing, enabling support of network-synchronized services and applications such as mobile backhaul and time-division multiplexing (TDM) migration. Recognizing that real-time media dominate next-generation services, Cisco has integrated media-monitoring technology into the Cisco ASR 9000 Series Ethernet Line Cards. This multimedia technology enables real-time, standards-based monitoring and statistics collection of real-time video and voice flows, enabling proactive maintenance and management of today's media-rich services.

Addressing the advantages of consolidating IP and DWDM networking, G.709 with Advanced Forward Error Correction (FEC) is provided. G.709 provides visibility into the DWDM transmission system to enable rapid detection and recovery from transmission-layer and DWDM impairments. The Advanced FEC extends transmission-layer performance, delivering extended performance over an amplified system without the cost of regeneration or transponders.

Features and Benefits




40-port Gigabit Ethernet

40-port 10/100/1000 Mbps, Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP)-based line card

4-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet

4-port 10 Gbps, XFP-based line card

8-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet

8-port 10 Gbps, oversubscribed XFP-based line card

2-port 10 Gigabit Ethernet + 20-port Gigabit Ethernet

2-port 10 Gbps, XFP-based and 20-port 100/1000 Mbps, SFP-based line card

Interface Support

Mixed fiber and electrical

Short reach (SR), intermediate reach (IR), long reach (LR), coarse wavelength-division multiplexing (CWDM), dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM), and 10/100/1000BASE-T

G.709 and Advanced FEC**

Standard G.709 providing transmission-layer OA&M. G.709 Standard FEC and Advanced FEC enhanced transmission system performance

SFP interfaces

SFPs and XFPs provide mix/match interface types across a single line card, including copper 10/100/1000; optical SX, LX, ZX, and GE SFP interfaces; 100-Mbps FX SFP interfaces; and DWDM and CWDM GE SFP interfaces, as well as support for LR, ER, and XR and ITU-T DWDM interfaces. For a complete list of supported interfaces, please see the Cisco ASR 9000 Pluggable Interface data sheet.

Scalable and Integrated Multiservice Support

Layer 2 and Layer 3 services

Combined IP, MPLS, Ethernet, Layer 2 VPN (L2VPN), and Layer 3 VPN (L3VPN) services

Service density

Up to 32,000 Layer 2 and Layer 3 services interfaces and 384,000 queues

Routes and MACs

Up to 1 million IPv4 routes and 1 million IEEE MAC addresses


Up to 16,000 L2VPNs and 4000 L3VPNs

(R)Evolutionary Monitoring

Carrier-class operations, administration, and maintenance (OA&M)

NetFlow, 802.1ag, 802.3ah, Y.1731, IP service-level agreement (IP SLA), virtual circuit connectivity verification (VCCV), ping, and traceroute

Video Monitoring

Video Monitoring (VidMon) provides real-time monitoring of video flows, including the issuance of alarm upon degradation.

Carrier-Grade OS

Cisco IOS® XR Software

Modular, patchable, restartable, scalable, highly available, carrier-core and edge proven operating system

T-Class Synchronization


Derive and provide synchronization from and to Ethernet interfaces, Cisco ASR 9000 Route Switch Processor (RSP), and network synchronization interfaces

Product Specifications



Cisco IOS XR Software support

Modular software design: Cisco IOS XR Software is a continuation of the Cisco networking leadership in helping customers realize the power of their networks and the Internet. The software provides exceptional routing-system scalability, high availability, service isolation, and manageability to meet the mission-critical requirements of next-generation networks.
Operating system infrastructure protection: Cisco IOS XR Software provides a microkernel architecture that forces all but the most critical functions, such as memory management and thread distribution, outside of the kernel. This setup prevents failures in applications, file systems, and even device drivers from causing widespread service disruption.
Process and thread protection: Each process - even individual process threads - are executed in its own protected memory space, and communications between processes are accomplished through well-defined, secure, and version-controlled application programming interfaces (APIs). This setup significantly minimizes the effect that any process failure can have on other processes.
Process restart: The line cards offer the ability to restart critical control-plane processes both manually and automatically in response to a process failure, rather than restarting the entire OS. This feature helps to support the Cisco IOS XR Software goal of continuous system availability and allows for quick recovery from process or protocol failures with minimal disruption to customers or traffic.
State checkpointing: The line cards offer the capability to maintain a memory and critical operating state across process restarts so that routing adjacencies and signaling state can be maintained during an RSP switchover.

Flexible Ethernet services

Ethernet virtual connections (EVCs): Ethernet services are supported using individual EVCs to carry traffic belonging to a specific service type or end user through the network. EVC-based services can be used in conjunction with MPLS-based L2VPNs and native Ethernet switching deployments.
Flexible VLAN classification: VLAN classification into Ethernet flow points (EFPs) includes single-tagged VLANs, double-tagged VLANs (QinQ and 802.1ad), contiguous VLAN ranges, and noncontiguous VLAN lists.
IEEE bridging: The line cards support native bridging based on IEEE 802.1Q, IEEE 802.1ad, 802.1ah, and QinQ VLAN encapsulation mechanisms.
IEEE 802.1s Multiple Spanning Tree (MST): MST extends the 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) to multiple spanning trees, providing rapid convergence and load balancing.
MST Access Gateway: The MST Access Gateway provides a resilient, fast-convergence mechanism for aggregating and connecting to Ethernet-based access rings.

L2VPN services

Virtual Private LAN Services (VPLS): These services are included in a class of VPN that supports the connection of multiple sites in a single bridged domain over a managed IP/MPLS network. VPLS presents an Ethernet interface to customers, simplifying the LAN and WAN boundary for service providers and customers, and enabling rapid and flexible service provisioning, because the service bandwidth is not tied to the physical interface. All services in a VPLS appear to be on the same LAN, regardless of location.
Hierarchical VPLS (H-VPLS): H-VPLS provides a level of hierarchy at the edge of the VPLS network for increased scale. Two options of H-VPLS are supported: QinQ access and Ethernet over MPLS (pseudowire) access.
Virtual Private Wire Service (VPWS) with Ethernet over MPLS (EoMPLS): EoMPLS transports Ethernet frames across an MPLS core using pseudowires. Individual EFPs or traffic from an entire port can be transported over the MPLS backbone using pseudowires to an egress interface or subinterface.
Pseudowire redundancy: Pseudowire redundancy supports the definition of a backup pseudowire to protect a primary pseudowire that fails.
Multisegment pseudowire stitching: Multisegment pseudowire stitching is a method for interworking two pseudowires together to form a cross-connect relationship.


IPv4 Multicast: The line cards support Internet Group Management Protocol Versions 2 and 3 (IGMPv2 and v3), Protocol Independent Multicast Source Specific Multicast (PIM-SSM), PIM sparse mode (PIM-SM), PIM SSM Mapping, Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP), Multicast VPN, and Anycast rendezvous point (RP).
IGMP v2 and v3 snooping: This Layer 2 mechanism efficiently tracks multicast membership on an L2VPN network. Individual IGMP joins are snooped at the VLAN level or pseudowire level and then results are summarized into a single upstream join message. In residential broadband deployments, this scenario enables the network to send only channels that are being watched to the downstream users.


Ethernet OA&M (IEEE 802.3ah): Ethernet link layer OA&M is a vital component of EOA&M that provides physical-link OA&M to monitor link health and assist in fault isolation. Along with 802.1ag, Ethernet link layer OA&M can be used to assist in rapid link-failure detection and signaling to remote end nodes of a local failure.
Ethernet OA&M (IEEE 802.1ag): Ethernet Connectivity Fault Management (E-CFM) is a subset of EOA&M that provides numerous protocols and procedures that allow discovery and verification of the path through 802.1 bridges and LANs.
Ethernet OA&M (ITU Y.1731): Y.1731 provides two separate feature sets: Fault Management (FM) and Performance Monitoring (PM). Fault Management builds on 802.1ag message types to allow verification of the Ethernet network and provide a toolset for troubleshooting any found faults. Performance Monitoring allows service providers to provide service-level agreements (SLAs) to their end customers by measuring the delay, latency, and loss across an Ethernet network.
MPLS OA&M: The line cards support label switched path (LSP) ping, LSP traceroute, and VCCV.

Layer 3 routing

IPv4 routing: Cisco IOS XR Software supports a wide range of IPv4 services and routing protocols, including Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), static, IPv4 Multicast, Routing Policy Language (RPL), and Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)/Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) features.
IPv6 routing: Cisco IOS XR Software supports IPv6 services, including OSPFv3, IS-IS, and static routing.
BGP Prefix Independent Convergence (PIC): BGP PIC provides the ability to converge BGP routes using the fast-convergence innovation that is unique to Cisco IOS XR Software.


MPLS L3VPN: The IP VPN feature for MPLS allows a Cisco IOS Software or Cisco IOS XR Software network to deploy scalable IPv4 Layer 3 VPN backbone services. An IP VPN is the foundation that companies use for deploying or administering value-added services, including applications and data-hosting network commerce, and telephony services to business customers.
Carrier supporting carrier (CSC): CSC allows an MPLS VPN service provider to connect geographically isolated sites using another backbone service provider and still maintain a private address space for its customer VPNs. CSC is implemented as defined by IETF RFC 4364.
6PE/6VPE: 6PE and 6VPE allow for introduction of IPv6 from the edge, in a scalable way, without any IPv6 addressing restrictions and without putting a well-controlled IPv4 backbone in jeopardy. This provides a solution that has minimal risk and operational cost with no impact on either the existing IPv4/MPLS backbone or edge/customer IPv6 networks.

MPLS Traffic Engineering (TE)

MPLS TE: Cisco IOS XR Software supports MPLS protocols such as Traffic Engineering/Fast Reroute (TE-FRR), Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP), Label Distribution Protocol (LDP), and Targeted Label Distribution Protocol (T-LDP).
MPLS TE Preferred Path: Preferred tunnel path functions let you map pseudowires to specific traffic engineering tunnels. Attachment circuits are cross-connected to specific MPLS TE tunnel interfaces instead of remote provider-edge router IP addresses (reachable using Interior Gateway Protocol [IGP] or LDP).

High availability

MPLS TE-FRR: MPLS TE-FRR delivers Layer 3 protection switching for networks currently configured with MPLS LSP. MPLS TE-FRR provides temporary rerouting around a failed link, node, or path.
Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD): BFD is a detection protocol that is designed to provide fast-forwarding path-failure detection times for all media types, encapsulations, topologies, and routing protocols.
802.3ad Link Aggregation Bundles: The line cards support a bundle of multiple links to provide added resiliency and the ability to load balance traffic over multiple member links.


Cisco IOS XR Software manageability: This feature provides industry-standard management interfaces, including modular command-line interface (CLI), Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), and native XML interfaces.
Cisco Active Network Abstraction (ANA): Cisco ANA is a flexible, vendor-neutral management framework for a multitechnology, multiservice network environment. Operating between the network and the operations-support-system (OSS) layer, Cisco ANA aggregates virtual network elements (VNEs) into a software-based virtual network, much as real network elements create the real-world network. Cisco ANA dynamically discovers network components and tracks the status of network elements in near real time.
Cisco ANA offers service providers:
• Simplified integration of OSS applications with network information
• A flexible common infrastructure for managing network resources
• Consistent procedures and interfaces for all network elements


Cisco IOS XR Software: Cisco IOS XR Software provides comprehensive network security features, including access control lists (ACLs); control-plane protection; routing authentications; authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) and TACACS+; IP Security (IPsec); Secure Shell (SSH) Protocol; SNMPv3; and leading Routing Policy Language (RPL) support.

Layer 2 ACLs: You can use this security feature to filter packets under an EVC based on MAC addresses.

Layer 3 ACLs: This feature provides ACL matching by IPv4 packet attributes.

Security: Many critical security features are supported:

• 802.1ad Layer 2 Control Protocol (L2CP) and bridge-protocol-data-unit (BPDU) filtering
• MAC limiting per EFP or bridge domain
• Unicast, multicast, and broadcast storm-control blocking on any interface or port
• Unknown Unicast Flood Blocking (UUFB)
• Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) snooping
• Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (URPF)
• Control-plane security


10-Mbps, 100-Mbps, 1-Gbps, and 10-Gbps 802.3 Ethernet




Each line card available as either a base or extended line card; the extended line card provides typically twice the service scale of the base line card

Reliability and availability

110,000 mean time between failure (MTBF)


Support for a large number of hardware and product-specific as well as software feature MIBs; following is a partial list of MIBs supported; Cisco has further documentation available on any restrictions related to these MIBs as part of the "Cisco ASR 9000 MIB Guide"; the SNMP implementation and related details are also provided in the "System Manageability White Paper":

• IP-MIB (RFC4293)
• CISCO-RF-MIB (1:1 RP Card)
• IF-MIB as well as RFC1213-MIB
• IPv6-MIB
• BGP4-MIB Including Cisco extensions.

Physical dimensions (H x W x D); weight

14 x 1.72 x 20.5 in.; 14 lb


Maximum 350W; typical 310W

Network Equipment Building Standards (NEBS)

Cisco ASR 9010 is designed to meet (qualification in progress):

• SR-3580: NEBS Criteria Levels (Level 3)
• GR-1089-CORE: NEBS EMC and Safety
• GR-63-CORE: NEBS Physical Protection

Operating temperature (nominal)

41 to 104ºF (5 to 40ºC)

Operating temperature
(short-term)* 1

23 to 131ºF (-5 to 55ºC)

Operating humidity (nominal) (relative humidity)

10 to 85%

Storage temperature

-40 to 158ºF (-40 to 70ºC)

Storage (relative humidity)

5 to 95%

Note: Not to exceed 0.024 kg water or kg of dry air

Operating altitude

-60 to 4000m (up to 2000m conforms to IEC, EN, UL, and CSA 60950 requirements)

ETSI standards

Cisco ASR 9010 is designed to meet (qualification in progress):

• EN300 386: Telecommunications Network Equipment (EMC)
• ETSI 300 019 Storage Class 1.1
• ETSI 300 019 Transportation Class 2.3
• ETSI 300 019 Stationary Use Class 3.1
• EN55022: Information Technology Equipment (Emissions)
• EN55024: Information Technology Equipment (Immunity)
• EN50082-1/EN-61000-6-1: Generic Immunity Standard

EMC standards

Cisco ASR 9010 is designed to meet:

• FCC Class A
• ICES 003 Class A
• AS/NZS 3548 Class A
• CISPR 22 (EN55022) Class A
• VCCI Class A
• BSMI Class A
• IEC/EN 61000-3-2: Power Line Harmonics
• IEC/EN 61000-3-3: Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker


Cisco ASR 9010 is designed to meet:

• IEC/EN-61000-4-2: Electrostatic Discharge Immunity (8kV Contact, 15kV Air)
• IEC/EN-61000-4-3: Radiated Immunity (10V/m)
• IEC/EN-61000-4-4: Electrical Fast Transient Immunity (2kV Power, 1kV Signal)
• IEC/EN-61000-4-5: Surge AC Port (4kV CM, 2kV DM)
• IEC/EN-61000-4-5: Signal Ports (1kV)
• IEC/EN-61000-4-5: Surge DC Port (1kV)
• IEC/EN-61000-4-6: Immunity to Conducted Disturbances (10Vrms)
• IEC/EN-61000-4-8: Power Frequency Magnetic Field Immunity (30A/m)
• IEC/EN-61000-4-11: Voltage DIPS, Short Interruptions, and Voltage Variations


Cisco ASR 9010 is designed to meet:

• UL/CSA/IEC/EN 60950-1
• IEC/EN 60825 Laser Safety
• ACA TS001
• AS/NZS 60950
• FDA - Code of Federal Regulations Laser Safety
Ordering Information

Product Description

Part Number

40-Port GE Low Queue Line Card, Requires SFPs


40-Port GE Medium Queue Line Card, Requires SFPs


40-Port GE High Queue Line Card, Requires SFPs


4-Port 10GE Low Queue Line Card, Requires XFPs


4-Port 10GE Medium Queue Line Card, Requires XFPs


4-Port 10GE Extended Line Card, Requires XFPs


8-Port 10GE Low Queue Oversubscribed Line Card, Requires XFPs


8-Port 10GE Medium Queue Oversubscribed Line Card, Requires XFPs


8-Port 10GE Oversubscribed Extended Line Card, Requires XFPs


2-Port 10GE, 20-Port GE Low Queue Combo Line Card, Requires XFPs for 10GE, SFPs for GE


2-Port 10GE, 20-Port GE Medium Queue Combo Line Card, Requires XFPs for 10GE, SFPs for GE


2-Port 10GE, 20-Port GE High Queue Combo Line Card, Requires XFPs for 10GE, SFPs for GE


L3VPN Service Line Card License - For use with -B Line Cards


L3VPN Service Line Card License - For use with -E Line Cards


Infrastructure VRF Line Card License


Advanced Optical Line Card License


Advanced Video Monitoring System License


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