In my central location, I have a network with ASA, two 3750's as core/distro switches and a couple of 2960's as access switches. I have also one 1841 to server some special functions and as a ASA backup.
At branch office, there are a 1941 as core/distro router and also a couple of 2960's as access switches.
One branch office is not far away (~5km) so I'm interested if is there a point to connect it with a central location through a fiber connection? I know that 1941 has limitation of 25Mbps, but I'm not sure what is meant on that? Is that 25Mbps of routed or bridged traffic? Is it per port or aggregate? What's the point of Gigabit Ethernet interfaces if I can't get more than 25Mbps?
Our requirements are 50 Mbps via fiber line, so I believe that 1941 will handle it well, including the fact that there is no encryption, no PBR, only couple of ACL and one GRE tunnel.
And one more question: I fullfiled both ethernet ports. Is it needed to get additional module with RJ45 ports or I can plug media convertor into 2960 and then virtualy connect it with 1941 via VLAN and subinterface? Can 2960 handle it?
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