I need a router to connect 3 interfaces (ethernet) one is a T1 from my ISP, other will connect to the LAN and a third one will connect to a ASA. I've been looking for a router and I found the cisco 1811 but I don't really understand how many interfaces does it have. could you please help me with this. This is the deployment that I need to do, and take in mind that we have to use route-maps to route the voice traffic towards the T1 and the Data towards the ASA.
The 1800 is mostly used for DSL and POTS line. A better router for your use would be the 2800 series. You can get a 2801, which comes with 2 on board 10/100 ports for connecting to your firewall and LAN switch. You can also add a WIC for your T1 line. If you need 10/100/1000 then you can use the 2821, it comes with 2 on board ports. You can add a WIC for your T1 line.
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