Cisco has a wide variety of routers that are suitable for small and large environments. Two of Cisco’s major router lines are the Aggregation Services Routers (ASR) and Integrated Services Routers (ISR), which are designed for two distinct purposes, but sometimes it is confusing when it comes to deciding which one to buy for your network.
While the names might sound similar, Cisco’s ASR and ISR router series were created to address the distinct routing needs of different customers. Learn more about each router series so you can be confident that you’re choosing the right router for your organization.
ASR stands for Aggregation Services Router. Routers in this series are used primarily for edge routing. They are ideal for high bandwidth applications, such
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