Need advise on low-port-density layer 3 ethernet device
We're bringing a 10 mb Internet connection into our WAN provider's Data Ctr. A firewall will sit on the Internet edge, of course, but we require a low-port-density layer 3 device to sit on the inside and route to our coporate WAN (static routing is sufficient). There are SOHO-type devices which provide a couple of 10/100 ports but I question whether they would provide sufficient throughput. An 8-port layer-3 switch would be perfect but doesn't seem to exist. I've considered a 1721 with the 4-port WIC card but, again, am unsure if the router would have issues with the bandwidth. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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