C1111-8P vs. C891F-K9

Some users ask some questions about the difference between ISR 1000 and ISR 800 such as the difference between C1111-8P and C891F-K9. We know that the new ISR 1000 Series does not replace the ISR800 Series. You can continue to order the 800 Series after the ISR…
Cisco 1000 Series ISR Naming

The Naming Convention for the 1000 Series ISR Product IDs The Cisco 1000 Series Integrated Services Routers (ISRs) are the latest addition to fixed ISR routing portfolio which combines WAN, comprehensive security, wired and wireless access in a single, high-performance…
Migrate to ISR 4000 Series Now

The popular Cisco ISR G2 routers have been announced end of life and end of sale. Customers are encouraged to migrate to the digital-ready platform ISR 4000. Learn More: EoL and EoS Announcement for the Cisco 2900 Series EoL and…
The Newest Cisco 800 Router-Models

The Newest Cisco 800 Router, the fixed-configuration Integrated Services Router, is suitable for deployment in small-sized bases, home offices and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) environments. In addition to the routing service, a wide variety of services including switching, wireless security, unified communication,…
Cisco 800 Series Router Migration Option

Cisco 800 Series branch router is the best choice for the customers who have limited space, but need best-in-class routing, voice and video, security, application performance, cloud connection, and wireless capabilities. Cisco 800 Series offer all that in a single…
Upgrade Your Cisco Routers

We shared several discussions on the benefits of migrating to Cisco ISR 4000 Series, such as The “Always On” Cisco ISR 4000, The New ISR 4221, the New Cisco DNA-Ready Platform, ISR 4321 vs. 4331 vs. 4351 vs. 4431 vs.…