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Cisco 3845 WAN speed ?

superlubis
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i have cisco 3845 with 1 GB SFP, my company using fiber as backbone to isp, i have new internet connection 310 Mbps, does that enough ?

does that for port only for LAN or also for WAN ?

thx

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The 3945E is rated at 502.78 Mbps and this value is expressed in HALF DUPLEX.

In table 1 of the attachment, that's the rating for the non-E version, i.e. 982 Kpps (502.78 Mbps).

The E version is rated at 2,924 Kpps, compared to the G2's 2,000 Kpps.

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Leo Laohoo
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With CEF enabled, the 3845 can push up to 256 Mbps of HALF DUPLEX and UN-ENCRYPTED traffic.

So it's not enough.

If you want to push 310 Mbps full duplex traffic then you'd be looking at a 7200 with NPE G2.

You can also use the 3945E for this purpose

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You can also use the 3945E for this purpose

I doubt a 3945E will suffice.

The 3945E is rated at 502.78 Mbps and this value is expressed in HALF DUPLEX.

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The 3945E is rated at 502.78 Mbps and this value is expressed in HALF DUPLEX.

In table 1 of the attachment, that's the rating for the non-E version, i.e. 982 Kpps (502.78 Mbps).

The E version is rated at 2,924 Kpps, compared to the G2's 2,000 Kpps.

In table 1 of the attachment, that's the rating for the non-E version, i.e. 982 Kpps (502.78 Mbps).

The E version is rated at 2,924 Kpps, compared to the G2's 2,000 Kpps.

In that case, my apologies to "claudm".

Joseph W. Doherty
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i have cisco 3845 with 1 GB SFP, my company using fiber as backbone to isp, i have new internet connection 310 Mbps, does that enough ?

Depends on how "busy" your expect the link to be and what services you plan to configure.  In general, a 3845 is unable to fully drive 310 Mbps.

For 310 Mbps, you might get by with a 2951, but you'll likely do better with a 39xx or 72xx/73xx with a G1/G2/NSE.

If it's likely you might further increase your bandwidth, look to the high side of the 39xx or 72xx/73xx series, or look at a ASR 1xxx.

does that for port only for LAN or also for WAN ?

You can use if for any purpose.  The SFP, though, allows a fiber Ethernet connection.

Thx , i understand now......

claudm
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I would suggest to Mark the question "Answered" as well as rate it.

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