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Cisco's remote access security includes authentication, authorization, and accounting Access security offers remote users a secure means to dial into corporate resources These services are supported with TACACS+, RADIUS, and Kerberos V authentication methods, which are explored in a later chapter
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The AS5200/AS5300 Series offers asynchronous serial and ISDN line service to accommodate both mobile users and high-bandwidth dedicated telecommuters This series supports all protocols and services on all asynchronous ports
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The Cisco AS5800 is a high-density and high-performance access server that offers multiple areas of redundancy It can answer both ISDN and 56K modems and has up to 48 channelized T1/E1/PRI or 2 channelized T3 interfaces providing extensive bandwidth capacity
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The AccessPath server is also a large-scale integrated solution, having the capability to terminate over 2,500 concurrent calls It can terminate up to 84 channelized T1/E1/PRI or 3 channelized T3 interfaces, offering even more bandwidth capacity than an AS5800
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Table 4-4 summarizes the features of each access server and gives a Web address for additional information Table 4-4: Cisco Access Server Comparison
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Series
Market
Fixed Ports
Modules
Comments
http://
AS5200/ AS5300
Hybrid async and ISDN remote users Hybrid async and ISDN remote users Accommodates both mobile and highbandwidth users Complete solution for dial and IP telephony POPs
1 2 port Ethernet; 2-port sync and 2-port PRI or 4port PRI None
Supports 48 to 128 integrated modems
wwwciscocom/go/AS5200 and wwwciscocom/go/AS5300
AS5800
Fully modular
Supports up to 48 channelized T1/E1/PRI or 2 channelized T3 interfaces; multiple areas of redundancy Terminates up to 2530 concurrent calls; up to 84 channelized T1/E1/PRI or 3 channelized T3 interfaces
wwwciscocom/go/AS5800
Access Path
2520 async connections (TS3) or 480 async connections (LS3)
None
wwwciscocom/go/apath
Cisco IOS
The Cisco IOS technology leads the industry in developing and offering standards and plays a major role in standards organizations such as IETF and IEEE Standards have provided a means for Cisco's hardware solutions to be compatible and to perform internetworking Although Cisco IOS
varies somewhat from platform to platform, there is consistency in the overall structure This makes it easy to navigate and support multiple devices and platforms
IOS Releases
This section describes the four types of releases of the Cisco IOS: major, maintenance, general deployment, and early deployment The release you choose to implement on an individual device or network of Cisco devices will depend on your requirements for features and stability
Major Releases
A major release supports a fixed set of features and platforms through the life of the release This introduction of significant features, functionality, and/or platforms is released to support customers needs The goal of a major release is to deliver stable, high-quality software for general deployment in a customer's production networks In a release number, the number(s) before the decimal point indicate the major release: 110(1), 120(1), etc
Maintenance Releases
After a major release, there are several periodic revisions These revisions are regression tested and incorporate the most recent bug fixes No new platforms or features are introduced in maintenance releases Their focus is to improve product stability and/or add platform or feature support The maintenance release number follows the decimal point in the release number: 110(2), 120(3), etc
General Deployment Releases
General deployment releases are major releases that are appropriate for general, unconstrained use in customers' networks The software's stability has been proven internally by Cisco and externally by customers By assigning the status of general deployment release, Cisco is designating the associated major release suitable for unconstrained use in customers' networks General deployment releases include all the subsequent maintenance updates of a release So, if release number 110(8) was the general deployment release, it would also include 110(9), (10), etc
Early Deployment Releases
Early deployment releases introduce significant new features, functionality, and/or platforms They are based on a major release and will not achieve general deployment status Early deployment releases should be used to provide support for newly emerging technologies They are fully regression tested and incorporate the most recent bug fixes (including those from major releases) Their numbering is followed by a T, as in 120(3)T Table 4-5 lists key attributes and examples of each type of Cisco IOS release Table 4-5: Characteristics of IOS Releases
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