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cisco 2800 ISR

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Jun 10th, 2012
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         Hi ,

             How may modules  can be plugging in cisco 2800 router  .there are two uplink ports on the back of router having two internet connection from different service provider and now i have one connection for SIP ..any idea how i can connect??



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SHIB

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Joseph W. Doherty Mon, 06/11/2012 - 10:03
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Besides the exact 2800 model, what kind of media do you now use and want to expand to?


If this is Ethernet, the 2800s normally can't sustain the built-in interfaces at full bandwidth.  This being so, it makes little sense to add Ethernet ports to it.  If additional Ethernet ports are logically required, you can often VLAN tag them to/from the 2800.

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