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Cisco 1941 with 10MB Ethernet Circuit

Good Day Experts.

Can the Cisco 1941 Router (with 256 mem) handle the load of a 10MB Ethernet Circuit? We're replacing our T1 circuits in lieu of one larger circuit.

Any input is appreciated.
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pointermanksCommented:
Is this a T1 DSU card and you are replacing it with a 10MB metro ethernet or something like that?
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QuestionManAAuthor Commented:
Correct.
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pointermanksCommented:
Here is the white paper on what is supported with this series.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps10538/aag_c07_563807.pdf
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Istvan KalmarCommented:
yep, it able to handle it... If you enabling Firewall sometimes not able!

Please refer the attachment about the performance
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pointermanksCommented:
check with the sheet I posted earlier so you get the correct HCWIC for the router.
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QuestionManAAuthor Commented:
Pardon my ignorance, however thoe docs seem to apply to older routers.
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QuestionManAAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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