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Dear Experts:

In our branch office we have requirement of 1 mbps leased line circuit for the internet bandwidth it is of RF link ISP will give the ethernet output , in future we might upgrade the bandwidth upto 4 mbps, for this iam looking for a cisco router please suggest me the mid level router which is suitable for this link. we do not want very much expensive but mid level router.

Please help, Thanks in advance.
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by:Dangle79
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I would look into the generation 2, 800 series routers
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps380/index.html
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Sir, Thanks for the reply , for my link (RF ethernet output) can your please recommend slightly higer model.
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Sir, also forgot to infrom that the LAN is wireless network.
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by:Dangle79
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if you're just getting a 1Mb ethernet handoff and you don't need advanced firewalling since it's a leased circuit, the 800 series should be sufficient, but if you think you will need more umph down the road (higher bandwidth) the next step up would be a 1900 series.

or maybe i'm oversimplifying. how big is the branch this router will serve? 10-15 computers or more than that? are you looking for a wireless capable router, or is the WLAN already in place?
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Thanks for the reply, totally 60 to 65 desktops. have  6  access points connected to the wirelessrouter and all the 60 desktops are connected to the server and this server is directly connected to the wireless , request to recommend the router which is suitable for this network
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a 1921 would afford you up to 15Mbps of throughput which would be more than enough to handle a 4Mb link. Given roughly the same price I'd say it's better suited given your size and the fact that you already have WLAN in place.
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