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Which Cisco Router is Best or most common for 10MB Ethernet / RJ45 LEC hand off?

Which Cisco Router is Best or most common for 10MB Ethernet  / RJ45 LEC hand off?
I see there could be several but what is the most common?
I am not even sure what this will be used for...... just need to have 10mbs into the router
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lrmooreCommented:
1841 is pretty common choice for a business.
ASA 5500 is also common choice for business if the Ethernet handoff is for Internet
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mrklaxonCommented:
ASA for firewall functions but not for strict routing purposes.
881 for small basic use around $500.
Could even go for Linksys by Cisco.
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JMCONCERTAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the info will give to our pm - Could be helpful, just don't know unless pm is able to give more specific usage info.

Thanks again
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gambithCommented:
depends on what u will do with it.. for a SOHO go with the series 800 as MRKLAXON says, if  you need specific routing capabilities, 1700/1800/1900/2800/2900... it all depends on your needs.
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JMCONCERTAuthor Commented:
gambith:
Thanks - i am still trying to nail down the specifics
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JMCONCERTAuthor Commented:
This was helful as it confirmed other feedback i read about or recieved. Hard for anyone to fully answer as I was unable to provide all the specifics - Thanks
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