swmorris Tue, 02/26/2008 - 19:05
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The 1841 certainly supports HSRP. It does support BGP in some feature sets (such as Advanced IP Services) but does not support BGP in other feature sets (such as the IP basic feature set).


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Rafael Jimenez Thu, 02/28/2008 - 12:45
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we want implement Multihomed Border Gateway Protoco (BGP) network with HSRP.

The ISPs provide the conectivity via FEthernet.

we want put two routers (main and standby) connected to our LAN via one of FE port and use the other FE port to conect the ISP.

Im nor sure if a 1812 will be fine.



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Whether the 1800 would be fine depends a bit on what you expect to receive from the ISPs. If each ISP is going to send just a default route (or perhaps a default and a small set of closely connected prefixes) then the 1800 should be ok. If either ISP is going to send anywhere close to full routes I would want to have a more powerful router.


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