Re: Is it possible replace a 3745 router by a 2811
95% spikes, or a long term average? Interrupt % or total CPU?
The 2811 pps is about half that of a 3745, so likely not advisable.
Depending on actual CPU usage % and type of usage, and if doing just WAN routing, agree with Paul, you probably should consider a 3845 or larger.
If the router is just doing LAN routing, a better option would be to use a multilayer switch, e.g. 3650/3750. If the router is doing both LAN and WAN routing, and it's the LAN routing that generating the most traffic, front it with a multilayer switch to off-load the LAN portion. (Perhaps a 3560-8PC)
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