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CCR1016: Network Quarterbacks

CCR1016: Millions of Packets in Seconds

Specially made for gigabit and SFP networks, the two CCR1016 Ethernet routers are robust MikroTik devices used to power entire networks with unfailing and robust throughput.


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CCR1016 Overview

Hailing from the renowned Cloud Core Router series of MikroTik's hardware inventory, both CCR1016 Ethernet routers come with 16 CPU cores, Type A USB drives, and two power supplies.

 

The CCR1016-12S-1S+ is specifically made for SFP networks that also enjoys an SFP+ port, as well as MicroSD memory card slot that enables the upgrading of its storage capacity.

 

With IP20 International Protection code, level 6 RouterOS, and a RAM size of 2 GB, MikroTik's CCR1016 routers are capable of powering networks of about 600 users with a notable throughput of 12 to 20 Gbps.

Who Uses the CCR1016 Routers?

Given their CPU performance, hardware acceleration features, and noteworthy RAM size, the two CCR1016 Ethernet routers are capable of serving a number of different network settings, especially in multi-story buildings, within the industries below:

  • Universities and college campuses;
  • IT & VoIP service providers;
  • ISPs & WISPs;
  • Data centers;
  • Government buildings;
  • Manufacturers;
  • Camp sites;
  • Hotels;
  • Health & medical centers;
  • Surveillance systems;

What Solution Do They Provide?

Though one comes with only SFP and SFP+ ports and the other includes merely Gigabit ports, the CCR1016 Ethernet routers are multi-purpose devices that can carry out various networking tasks.


They can be used as edge routers for firewall measures, secure VPN connections, encrypt traffic, and so on, with the SFP version using its upgradable storage feature for large data activities such as content filtering or radius server management.

  • Centralized & site-to-site VPNs;
  • Hotspot internet;
  • Wireless controllers;
  • Radius server & AAA;
  • Content filtering;
  • Firewall configurations;
  • Network monitoring;
  • Dynamic routing protocols.