- 14 Packet Service Cards are located in a fully loaded Cisco ASR 5000 chassis.
- Combines 2G, 3G, and 4G SGSN into the same platform are the unique option differentiation that sets Cisco ASR 5000 apart from competitors.
- On the Cisco ASR 5000, features which help to ensure high availability:
no single point of failure
virtual memory protects software tasks
- Support for any access over any media technologies is the driving force behind Cisco Unified Carrier Ethernet and mobile backhaul.
- Throughput, signaling, and latency is a major concern for service providers in regard to migration to flat IP backhaul.
- Redundancy bus interconnects RCCs and line cards.
- Packet service card has the resources to run multiple services.
- Enable support for multiple GSS nodes that are clustered to provide high availability and critical redundancy is the main function of cluster mode support.
- CDR stand for call detail record within the context of GTPP billing.
- Characteristics of the high availability task:
It is responsible for maintaining the operational state of tasks in the system.
It triggers an event to the RCT subsystem to take corrective action.
- System management cards and packet service cards are the types of card that fit into the front of the Cisco ASR 5000 chassis.
- The online upgrade allows active sessions to be maintained until they are self-terminated (subscriber ends the session) or meets the optionally defined upgrade-limit values is a characteristic of the online software upgrade on the Cisco ASR 5000 Series.
- SMC card is used in the Cisco ASR 5000 model to manage system functions.
- Cisco ASR 5000 can be marketed for all 3G and 4G deployments.