Currently looking at upgrading our 10mb leased line to 30mb. We currently have a a Cisco 1800 series which Cisco's technical manual says supports up to 40mb throughput, however our ISP are saying we should upgrade to a Cisco 1921 to support the additional bandwidth.. Has anyone run into this before? Any ideas if what our ISP are telling us is correct?
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I am afraid you posted your comment, or request for comment, on the wrong community forum. This one is only for Small Business routers where your inquiry is about enterprise ones. I suggest you to move over this post to the LAN, Switching and Routing group from the "Actions" panel on the top right corner of this window or just open up a new one there;
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