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Router Recommendations for Office with 100 to 200 Pc's

Posted on 2013-12-16
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Is Cisco the safe choice for business routers?  Nobody ever got fired for recommending Cisco.
Are there other routers I should be looking at?
Please give me your recommendations. Brands, models and reasons please!
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by:Infamus
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Is this for your internet router?

If so, what is the bandwidth?
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by:brothertruffle880
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Yes.  Internet Router.
I have a T1 Line.
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If you have T1, Cisco 891 should be fine unless you are planning to upgrade to much bigger bandwidth in the near future.
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by:Ramakrishna Prabhu
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you can also look at Juniper SSG devices.
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by:tsaico
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Cisco is always a good choice, and with 100+ pcs, you can easily justify the cost.  I also had good luck with Sonicwall 215 and 210 series for that size.
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