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Sessions and users that a Router can support

adavila03
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Hi all,  i´ve been searching for documents or data sheets to mention how many sessions or users a router can handle but i havent had success. Any one of you know where to find info related to this? I´m looking for a router to handle around 75000 connections with ethernet WAN connectivity. Regards.

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vmiller
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Those are not elements generally used to measure performance/capacity. Aggregate throughput is the most common.

If you can determine how much bandwidth a connection per user might need,  then  go from there. Just based on what

you have stated I would start poking around the ASR9000 to get a sense of high end wan aggregation.

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vmiller
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Those are not elements generally used to measure performance/capacity. Aggregate throughput is the most common.

If you can determine how much bandwidth a connection per user might need,  then  go from there. Just based on what

you have stated I would start poking around the ASR9000 to get a sense of high end wan aggregation.

Thanks miller. I´ll take that into account.

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