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Router throughput

dkellerr
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Hi, we have 1 Gbps symmetrical internet connection.

And we are planning to buy Cisco ISR4321, however in specs I read that aggregate throughput is 50 to 100 Mbps. Can someone explain what does it mean?

Are we going to have 1Gbps or 50-100 Mbps at our servers network interface if our network look like this: [1Gbps Internet]------[Cisco 4321]------[Server]

 

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Deepak Kumar
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Hi,

Simple and basic is that it can handle maximum 100 Mbps data by this router. If you wan speed is really 1Gbps (bandwidth) then it is not suitable for you.

 

Q: Are we going to have 1Gbps or 50-100 Mbps at our servers network interface if our network look like this: [1Gbps Internet]------[Cisco 4321]------[Server]

Ans: 50-100 Mbps 

 

I think Cisco router 4451 is good for you.

 

Regards,

Deepak Kumar

Regards,
Deepak Kumar,
Don't forget to vote and accept the solution if this comment will help you!

MSRP for Cisco ISR4321 is $1,995.00 and can handle maximum 100 Mbps.
NoName $150 home router easily handles 1Gbps internet connection
Can someone explain that as well?

Leo Laohoo
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Go HERE and HERE. See if the $150 has these features or not.

Oh, and in addition to features found on an ISR that aren't found on a $150 home router, if either device is found to have any "bugs", Cisco generally fixes theirs - the $150 home router's bugs may, or may not, be fixed.

Be assured businesses would much rather spend $150 than thousands, but they also like to insure the network is usable.

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