I got a Cisco 2800 router and am planning to use FastEthernet 0/1 to trunk in 802.11Q VLAN's to cater for some of our radio links. Can someone point me to a document that can help me fully understand the speed and operation of the sub-interface that will be created. Or explain it here. We got a radio link that we want to trunk into this Cisco 2800 and it is suppose to be connecting at 100Mbps but currently operating at around 80Mbps. Reports shows that the max in and out traffic for this link this year till today is 25Mbps. Will it not fail teh CPU etc ?
no ip address
description WAN Radio Link One
encapsulation dot1Q 701
ip address 192.168.14.30 255.255.255.0
description WAN Radio Link Two
encapsulation dot1Q 702
ip address 192.168.1.9 255.255.255.252
description WAN Radio Link Three
encapsulation dot1Q 703
ip address 192.168.1.13 255.255.255.252
Thank you in advance
The performance varies by model
Have a look at this link for router performance for the 2800 series and others:
If the link 100Mb line rate, you need a different router model.
My Router is a ISR 2811 and the document says on Process Switching performance is 3,000 PPS and 1.5Mbps and on the Fas/CEF Switching it is it is 120,000 PPS and 61.44Mbps. Can you explain what does this mean in relation to the 802.11Q subinterface that Im going to create. The other 2 radio link is just connecting at 1Mbps.
Let me know
The other 2 radio link is just connecting at 1Mbps.
Radio? I hope you're not talking about 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless.
Am not sure what technology our carriers are using but they are giving us 1Mbps link to 3 of our remote sites. The 100Mbps link is using 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless and it is just a point to point about 4KM in distance. By the way my plan is to have all these radio links terminated on a L2 switch then to the Cisco 2811 router
Attach herewith is my plan for the setup
I guess will bump that up to 2Mbps. Got QoS also configured on the interface as well. But my question is what is the speed of the subinterface that has been created and encapsulated with dot1q ??
But my question is what is the speed of the subinterface that has been created and encapsulated with dot1q ?
Without any packet shapping? Full speed.