Cisco FP9300 is a chassis based enterprise grade firewall that provides high availability, scalability and throughput over 100+ Gbps depending on the hardware configuration.
A FP9300 chassis can have the following hardware components:
- Supervisor Module (SUP, Max 1 per chassis)
- Security Module (SM, Max 3 per chassis)
- Network Module (NM, Max 2 per chassis)
A Supervisor Module has the following ports:
- 1G Management Port.
- 8*10G Built-in Ports
Network Modules (NM) can have the following port configuration:
SUP attaches the SM to the Network.
Security Modules (SM) comes in 2 main flavors:
- SM-36: 2 CPU, each with 36 cores for a total of 72 cores, 80Gbps
- SM-24: 2 CPU, each with 24 cores for a total of 48 cores, 60Gbps
Dual 800GB SSD in Raid-1 by default. SM modules have built-in Smart NIC & Crypto Accelerator.
Supervisor Module runs the FXOS software. An agent of the FXOS software will run on each of the Security Modules in order to enable the Supervisor to monitor and manage the SM.
Speaker(s) Andrew Ossipov – Principal Engineer, Cisco