Connecting two Cisco 1800 series routers to switch

Hello All,

Simple question. I have a router currently installed on a 2960 switch. The router has entries in its routing table to route any internal traffic across a P2P connection. It has a default route to a Cisco Firewall. I want to replace the ASA with a Cisco 1800 series router. Will their be any issues with two routers on the same switch? As long as they have routes, one pointing internal traffic to the P2P and default route going to the other router, and the second pointing internal traffic to the first router and default route to a firewall beyond it I should have no trouble. I just want to confirm.
greenbeanx81Asked:
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from_expCommented:
yes.
you can plug both routers and configure default one (from the client's point of view) to redirect remote office networks to second with p2p link
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greenbeanx81Author Commented:
Thank you. Just checking
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