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How can we know if there are two or one router processor in ASR1K?

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How can we know if there are two or one router processor(RP) in ASR1K? Is the RP located in ASR1K inside or it is like a card? Thank you
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That all depends.  There are several different models, and each has a different capacity.  If you have an ASR 1001 or 1002, the RP is integrated and there are no slots.  The ASR 1004 has one slot for an RP and the rest of the models (1006, 1009 and 1013) have two RP slots.

So, unless you have one of the higher-end models, you've got one RP.

If you have one of the others, a "show version" should show you the hardware installed.

Hope that helps!
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Thank you so much for your reply. show inventory or show platform can tell us about the issue
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My pleasure!
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