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Ethernet--token ring conversion/ routing question

I currently have a 16MB token ring network, which I am in the process of converting to fast/ GB ethernet. I have a point to point T1, which is fractionalized by a Paradyne 3160 CSU, which connects to an IBM 2210 token ring router. I am looking for suggestions as to what to replace it with. I need the capability to plug in two fractionalized T1s and connect the router to my ethernet network. I was looking at the 2600 series with a 2 port FT1 WIC. Am I on the right track

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Re: Ethernet--token ring conversion/ routing question

For the capabilities you mentioned, 2600 should be fine. Just go for two, WIC-1T interfaces. You will need two external CSU/DSUs for this. Alternatively, you can buy WICs with built-in CSU/DSU.

HTH.

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