Cisco Delivers Network Intelligence with Release 12.3(8)T

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INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES DIVISION
MAY 2004
DELIVERING NETWORK
INTELLIGENCE WITH CISCO IOS
SOFTWARE RELEASE 12.3(8)T
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Agenda
•Release 12.3T Family
•Introducing Release 12.3(8)T
•Additional Features and Enhancements
•Cisco IOS Packaging
•Upgrade Paths
•Summary
Release 12.3(8)T
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Cisco IOS Software Release 12.3T
Driving business productivity with
innovations in Security, Voice, and Wireless
•Offers productivity enhancements to Enterprise,
Access, and Service Provider Aggregation customers
•Hundreds of new business-critical features
•Powerful new hardware support
•Ongoing quality improvements
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Mature
Release
12.2
Release
12.3T
Major
Release
12.3
Release 12.3T: Built on the
Mature Base of Major Release 12.3
Release 12.3(8)T
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See the Release Notes for a
complete list of features in
Cisco IOS Software
Release 12.3(2)T
•Compressed RTP (cRTP) –
DSL interfaces
•Class-Based QoS MIB
(CBQoSMonMIB)
Enhancements
Quality of Service
•Cisco IOS Online Certificate
Status Protocol (OCSP)
•Invalid SPI Recovery
•Encrypted Pre-shared Key
Security
•Open Shortest Path First
(OSPF) Incremental Shortest
Path First (i-SPF) Support
•Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
Fast Convergence Optimization
•Loadsharing IP packets over
more than six parallel paths
•OSPF Link-State Advertisement
(LSA) Throttling
•BGP Cost Community
Routing
•Netflow v9 export format
•Cisco IOS Service Assurance
Agent (SAA) –MPLS/VPN
Path Jitter
Manageability
•Frame Relay –Multilink (MLFR-
FRF.16)
•ISDN backup in MPLS Core
Connectivity
Cisco IOS
Software
Release
12.3(2)T
Previous 12.3T Releases:
Release 12.3(2)T
Release 12.3(8)T
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•Cisco Call Manager Express
•Cisco Unity Express Module
Support
Voice
Previous 12.3T Releases:
Release 12.3(4)T
See the Release Notes for a
complete list of features in
Cisco IOS Software
Release 12.3(4)T
•Secure Shell v2 (SSHv2)
•Control Plane Policing
•Cisco IOS Certificate Server
•Image Verification
Security
•Dynamic Security
Associations and Key
Distribution
•Mobile Networks Dynamic
Collocated Care-of-Address
Wireless
Routing
•Authentication,
Authorization, and
Accounting (AAA) IPv6
Attributes Support
•BGP-Policy Accounting
output interface accounting
•Cisco IOS SAA for VoIP
•Embedded Event
Manager 1.0
•Service Selection Gateway
(SSG) Enhancements
Manageability
Routing
•Network-Based Application
Recognition (NBAR)
Extended Inspection for HTTP
Traffic
•NBAR User-Defined Custom
Application Classification
Quality of Service
Cisco IOS
Software
Release
12.3(4)T
Release 12.3(8)T
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•Rate Based Satellite
Control Protocol(RBSCP)
IP Addressing and Services
Previous 12.3T Releases:
Release 12.3(7)T
See the Release Notes for a
complete list of features in
Cisco IOS Software
Release 12.3(7)T
•Role-based CLI Access
•Transparent Cisco IOS Firewall
•Cisco IOS Firewall for IPv6
•IP Source Tracker
•Authentication, Authorization,
and Accounting (AAA) Double
Authentication Secured by
Absolute Timeout
•Key Rollover for Certificate
Renewal
•Public Key Infrastructure (PKI):
Query Multiple Servers During
Certificate Revocation Check
•Software Encryption Algorithm
(SEAL) Encryption
Security
•Cisco AutoQoS for the
Enterprise
Quality of Service
Wireless
•Mobile IP -Foreign Agent
Local Routing to Mobile
Networks
•IPv6 Multicast Phase 1 &
Phase 2
IP Multicast
Routing
•Cisco CallManager Express 3.1
Enhancements
•IP Communications High-
Density Digital Voice/Fax
Network Module
Voice
Cisco IOS
Software
Release
12.3(7)T
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Agenda
•Release 12.3T Family
•Introducing Release 12.3(8)T
•Additional Features and Enhancements
•Cisco IOS Packaging
•Upgrade Paths
•Summary
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•Cisco IOS Optimized Edge
Routing
•Enhanced Interior Gateway
Routing Protocol Support for
Route Map Filtering
•Enhanced Interior Gateway
Routing Protocol MPLS VPN
PE-CE Site of Origin
Routing
Release 12.3(8)T
Features and Enhancements
See the Release Notes for a
complete list of features in
Cisco IOS Software
Release 12.3(8)T
•Dynamic Multipoint VPN Spoke-to-
Spoke Functionality
•Cisco IOS Network Admission
Control
•Quality of Service per VPN Group
•Cisco AutoSecure Rollback and
Logging
•Easy Secure Device Development /
Authentication, Authorization, and
Accounting integration
•Cisco IOS Resilient Configuration
•Call Admission Control for IKE
•Certificate to ISAKMP Profile
Mapping
Security
•MPLS Aware Netflow
•Cisco IOS Service Assurance
Agent Multi-Operation
Scheduler
Manageability
Wireless
•Mobile IP –Support for RFC
3519 NAT Traversal
•Asynchronous Line Monitoring
Connectivity
•Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise
AutoDiscoveryTrust Option
Quality of Service
Cisco IOS
Software
Release
12.3(8)T
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Introducing Release 12.3(8)T •Delivers network intelligence that simplifies deployment of
new technologies and services
Secure branch office communications
Automate deployment of new applications
Optimize the flow of outbound traffic
•Fourth in a series of individual 12.3T releases, each of which
aggregate the functionality delivered via its predecessor
•Innovations span multiple technology areas, including
Security, Voice, Wireless, Quality of Service (QoS), and IP
Routing
Release 12.3(8)T
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Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN)
Branch Office A
Static public IP
address
Branch Office B
192.168.2.0/24
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192.168.0.0/24
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Physical: 172.17.0.1
Tunnel0: 10.0.0.1
Physical: (dynamic)
Tunnel0: 10.0.0.11
Physical: (dynamic)
Tunnel0: 10.0.0.12
= Dynamic permanent IPsec+GREtunnels
192.168.1.0/24
Enables zero-touch deployment of IPsec networks
with all traffic traversing the head office
Branch Office C
Head Office
Secure Branch
Office
Communications
Dynamic or
Static public
IP addresses
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Secure Branch
Office
Communications
DMVPN Spoke-to-Spoke
Functionality
Enhances DMVPN by enabling the secure exchange of data
between two branch offices without traversing the head office
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•Intelligent tunnel creation
Connects branch offices directly via an existing Internet
connection
•Improved network performance
Decreases head office congestion, reducing latency and jitter,
while optimizing head office bandwidth utilization
•Simplified encryption and decryption
Avoids duplicate head office encryption/decryption with direct on-
demand branch office tunnels
Secure Branch
Office
Communications
DMVPN Spoke-to-Spoke
Functionality Benefits
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•Application Classification
Example: automatically discovering
applications and providing appropriate
QoS treatment
•Policy Generation
Example: auto-generation of initial and
ongoing QoS policies
•Configuration
Example:providing high level business
knobs, and multi-device / domain
automation for QoS
•Monitoring & Reporting
Example:generating intelligent,
automatic alerts and summary reports
•Consistency
Example:enabling automatic, seamless
interoperability among all QoS features
and parameters across a network
topology –LAN, MAN, and WAN
Automate
Deployment of
Applications
Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise
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Automate
Deployment of
Applications
Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise:
AutoDiscovery Trust Option
•Extends the power of Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise to routers
for which Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) values have
already been assigned at the network edge
•AutoDiscoveryis not invoked: Quality of Service (QoS) policy is
based on statistics for DSCP-marked traffic received by router
“Behind the Trusted
Edge”
Trusted
Edge
Traffic Classification
& DSCP* Marking
DSCP-Marked
Packets
>auto discovery
trust
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•Automated provisioning
Automatically provisions up to ten traffic classes using customer-
defined DSCP values
•Extended coverage
Generates QoS policies for routers on which traffic arrives with
DSCP markings
•Lower total cost of ownership
Further reduces deployment time and expense by leveraging
trusted DSCP markings to set the QoS policy behind the trusted
edge
Automate
Deployment of
Applications
Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise:
AutoDiscoveryTrust Option Benefits
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Optimize Flow
of Outbound
Traffic
Enterprise / Content
Provider
Customer
Access
SP A
SP B
SP D
SP E
SP C
BR1
BR2
BR3
CR1
CR2
eBGP
SLA A
SLA B
SP F
Content
Consumer
Transit
Service Providers
SLA C
iBGP
and/or
OSPF, EIGRP,
etc.
OER Master
Server(s)
Cisco IOS
router
or IE2100 OER
Controller
Legend
Cisco IOS Optimized
Edge Routing (OER)
Automates routing performance by selecting the optimal
outbound route based on cost minimization, load
distribution policy, and overall network performance
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Cisco IOS OER Benefits
•Powerful Cisco IOS IP Routing intelligence
Enables intelligent network traffic load distribution and dynamic
failure detection of data-paths at the WAN edge
•Bandwidth cost minimization
Optimizes internet-bound or remote office WAN traffic for
bandwidth cost minimization
•Investment protection –value add
Leverages integrated Cisco IOS Software functionality, including
Cisco IOS NetFlow, Cisco IOS Service Assurance Agent (SAA),
CiscoIOS IP Routing protocols (ie: Border Gateway Protocol
(BGP) and static routes)
•Comprehensive scalability and manageability
When combined with the Cisco OER Master Controller Engine,
Cisco IOSOER can scale to support any size enterprise customer
Optimize Flow
of Outbound
Traffic
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Agenda
•Release 12.3T Family
•Introducing Release 12.3(8)T
•Additional Features and Enhancements
•Cisco IOS Packaging
•Upgrade Paths
•Summary
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Wireless
•Mobile IP –Support for RFC
3519 NAT Traversal
•Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise
AutoDiscoveryTrust Option
Quality of Service
•Cisco IOS Optimized Edge
Routing
•Enhanced Interior Gateway
Routing Protocol Support for
Route Map Filtering
•Enhanced Interior Gateway
Routing Protocol MPLS VPN
PE-CE Site of Origin
Routing
Release 12.3(8)T
Features and Enhancements
See the Release Notes for a
complete list of features in
Cisco IOS Software
Release 12.3(8)T
•Dynamic Multipoint VPN Spoke-to-
Spoke Functionality
•Cisco IOS Network Admission
Control
•Quality of Service per VPN Group
•Cisco AutoSecure Rollback and
Logging
•Easy Secure Device Development /
Authentication, Authorization, and
Accounting Integration
•Cisco IOS Resilient Configuration
•Call Admission Control for IKE
•Certificate to ISAKMP Profile
Mapping
Security
•MPLS Aware Netflow
•Cisco IOS Service Assurance
Agent Multi-Operation
Scheduler
Manageability
•Asynchronous Line Monitoring
Connectivity
Cisco IOS
Software
Release
12.3(8)T
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•Vital access router support for the Cisco NAC solution
•Empowers organizations to contain security threats before
they cause damage
Cisco IOS Network Admission
Control (NAC)
Security
Anti Virus
Vendor
Server
Policy (AAA) Server
Hosts Attempting Network
Access
Network Access Devices
Policy Server Decision Points
Enforcement
Cisco Trust
Agent
Access Right
Comply?
CredentialsCredentials
Credentials
Notification
2a
3
4
5
2
1
6
EAP/UDPRADIUS
HTTPS
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•Enables allocation of Quality of Service policies on per group
basis(IPsec flows)
•Ensure equal access to available bandwidth across multiple
links in a Service Provider environment
Security
QoSwith Cisco IOS
QoSfor Traffic Policing
Execs
Sales
Engineers
Crypto Profile
Per Group QoS
Head-end
Quality of Service Per VPN Group
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Cisco AutoSecure
Rollback and Logging
Security
•Provides method to
restore system
configuration to the state
prior to Cisco AutoSecure
execution
•Simplifies tracking of
Cisco AutoSecure
command execution
•Initiate “one touch” device
lockdown with confidence
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•PKI enrollment
and deployment
is simplified
•User passwords are
verified by AAA
•User authentication
and configuration
updated via AAA
Security
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AAA Server
Cisco IOS Cert
Server & TTI
Registrar
Small Office/Home Office
Introducer:
User performs
the introduction
Easy Security Device Deployment
(SDD) AAA Integration
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•Provides safeguard to restore Cisco IOS Software
configuration after unwanted erasure
•Enhances protection of Cisco IOS Software
configuration
•Rapid recovery of system configurationfor Cisco
IOS Software devices
Security
Cisco IOS Resilient Configuration
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•Enhances VPN tunnel stability and router resource
usage by rate limiting number of concurrent IKE
requests
•Prevents poor performance and resource overload
•Protects routers from Denial of Service (DoS)
attacks using large number of IKE requests
Security
Call Admission Control for
Internet Key Exchange (IKE)
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•Internet Security Association & Key Management
Protocol (ISAKMP) is used in PKI deployment
•Identifies unique groups of users
•Ability to match on various fields including fqdn,
ipaddress and group name
•An alternative means for identifying user
authenticating with Certificates
Security
Certificate to ISAKMP
Protocol Profile Mapping
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•Enables easier configuration of Access Control
Lists (ACLs)
•Eliminates configuration problems associated
with a double ACL check
•Customers have option of enabling/disabling
second ACL checking for added security
Crypto Access Check
on Clear Text Packet
Security
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Wireless
Mobile IP –Support for
RFC 3519 NAT Traversal
•Defines process by which Mobile IP enabled
devices roam into and traverse networks with a
Network Address Translation (NAT) device at the
exit points of the network
•The best method for ensuring seamless IP
roaming through a NAT device
•Ensures ability for individual users to maintain IP
sessions when roaming into networks using NAT
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MPLS Aware Netflow
Manageability
MPLS
Traditional NetFlow
for IP to MPLS traffic
PE
PE
P
P
PE
PE
Egress MPLS NetFlow Accounting

IP information only

Ideal for billing

Current availability: Cisco IOS Software Releases 12.0(10)ST and12.1(5)T
MPLS Aware NetFlow (version 9)

Exports up to three MPLS labels, and IP packet information

Ideal for Traffic Engineering

MPLS Packet header can be accounted (MPLS-length configuration)
Traffic Flow
IP
IP
Egress MPLS NetFlow Accounting
for MPLS to IP traffic
MPLS Aware NetFlow
(version 9)
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Cisco IOS Service Assurance
Agent Multi-Operation Scheduler
Measurement packets
Time T3
Measurement packets
Time T2
Measurement packets
Time T1
Source
Router
Destination 3
Destination 2
Destination 1
•Automatically schedule measurements from the source to multiple
destinations routers
•Increased Scalability –allows sequential activation of large number of
SAA operations with single CLI command
Manageability
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•Provides capability to filter internal and external
routes based on multiple route-map options
•Enables Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
(EIGRP) to process currently permitted set and match
parameters within route-map
•Controls advertisement and learning of routes for
fine-tuning the network
Routing
Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing
Protocol Support for Route Map Filtering
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•Introduces support for back door links: connections
configured outside of the VPN between a remote and
main site
•Increases return on investment for EIGRP Enterprise
customers with MPLS VPN and backdoor links
Prior to enhancement, backdoor links were always preferred to
MPLS VPN links
Routing
EIGRP MPLS VPN PE-CE
Site of Origin (SoO)
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Connectivity
Asynchronous Line Monitoring
•Adds ability to monitor control characters and
character mode traffic on an asynchronous line
•Add ability to lock keyboard to prevent insertion of
typed characters into the stream of characters on the
asynchronous line
OSS
Network
Element
async
async
TCP/IP
ModemBank
IP
Telnet Session
TCP
IN
TCP
OUT
Line
Monitoring
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Agenda
•Release 12.3T Family
•Introducing Release 12.3(8)T
•Additional Features and Enhancements
•Cisco IOS Packaging
•Upgrade Paths
•Summary
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Cisco IOS Packaging
Introduction/Customer Benefits
•Simplification
Minimize customer
disruption during the
software selection process
•Consolidation
Streamline packaging
across Cisco-IOS based
hardware
•Consistency
Consistent image names
Consistent functionality
across Cisco-IOS based
hardware
Consistent Cisco IOS
software pricing
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Advanced Enterprise Services
Full Cisco IOS Software
Advanced IP Services
IPv6, Advanced Security and
Service Provider Services
Enterprise Services
Enterprise Base, full IBM support and
Service Provider Services
Advanced Security
Cisco IOS Firewall, IDS,
SSH, IPsec, etc.
SP Services
MPLS, Netflow, SSH,
ATM, VoATM, etc.
Enterprise Base
Enterprise Layer 3 routed
protocols, SSH, IBM
support, etc.
IP Voice
VoIP, SSH, VoFR, etc.
IP Base
Entry level Cisco IOS
Software image
Feature Inheritance
Cisco IOS Packaging for Access Routers
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Cisco IOS Packaging: Naming Convention
Feature Set, Image Names & Product Codes
Marketing Name
Image Names
Product Codes
1
IP Base
c2600-ipbase-mz
S2600IPB-12301T
2
IP Voice
c2600-ipvoicek9-mz
S2600IPVK9-12301T
3
Enterprise Base
c2600-entbasek9-mz
S2600EBK9-12301T
4
Advanced Security
c2600-advsecurityk9-mz
S2600ASK9-12301T
6
Advanced IP Services
c2600-advipservicesk9-mz
S2600AIK9-12301T
7
Enterprise Services
c2600-entservicesk9-mz
S2600ESK9-12301T
8
Advanced Enterprise Services
c2600-adventerprisek9-mz
S2600AEK9-12301T
5
SP Services
c2600-spservicesk9-mz
S2600SPSK9-12301T
•Base: entry level image
•Enterprise: Layer 3/Enterprise protocols
•Advanced: Security (VPN, IPsec/3DES, Firewall, Encryption, IDS)
•Services: Cisco IOS Software premium features
(MPLS, Netflow, Voice, VoIP, VoFR)
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Agenda
•Release 12.3T Family
•Introducing Release 12.3(8)T
•Additional Features and Enhancements
•Cisco IOS Packaging
•Upgrade Paths
•Summary
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Evolution to Release 12.3T
Software fixes
Major Release 12.2
No new functionality (maintenance only)
FCS
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Major Release 12.3
No new functionality (maintenance only)
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Upgrade Paths
Release 12.3T
Major Release
12.3
•Releases 12.1,
12.2, & 12.2T
•X Releases
For new functionality
and hardware support
For maturity and wide deployability
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Agenda
•Release 12.3T Family
•Introducing Release 12.3(8)T
•Additional Features and Enhancements
•Cisco IOS Packaging
•Upgrade Paths
•Summary
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Cisco IOS Software Release 12.3T
Cisco IOS Software Release 12.3(8)T
•Delivers network intelligence that simplifies
deployment of new technologies and services
Secure branch office communications
Automate deployment of new applications
Optimize the flow of outbound traffic
•Innovations span multiple technology areas,
including Security, Voice, Wireless, QoS, and
IP Routing
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References –Release 12.3T
www.cisco.com/go/release123t/
Product
Bulletin
Q&A
Flash
Demo
Web
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