Imagine I have a number of key routers on my network and they are still 2600. I also have catalyst 3550 switches and as far as I know those are a bit outdated as well (not as much as the 2600's though).
Please let me know if you see any strong technical reason to justify a replacement of 2600's and Cat 3550's.
What type of connections are terminationg on your 2600's. If the connections are other than the ethernet, you really cannot replace 2600's with 3550's. The 3550's will be a good choice if you have all ethernet connections, which will eventually give you a lot more enhanced performance both at layer 2 and layer 3.It supports more integrated layer 2 and Layer 3 security features.
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