Jon Marshall Tue, 07/03/2007 - 00:52
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A modular router is a router for which you can purchase different types of interface cards and slot them into the router chassis. So for example if you bought a 3800 router you could decide which type of interface cards you wanted in the chassis.

A fixed router is the opposite. You get the interfaces that come with it and you cannot change them.




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