I know that cisco 2621 can do the trick, but it has limited number of ports. You might need to use a switch/hub if you need more ports. Cisco 6509 is faster and provides up to 288 fast-ethernet ports, but it costs much more than cisco 2621 and a switch.
The Cisco 2621 is a dual fast-ethernet port router not a switch , but you can use it to connect to your 2900 and route between VLANs. If you want to move up to a chassi based L2/L3 switch, the 6500 is obviously great but expensive, or you can go with a 4000 series or even an older 5500 with RSM module will work fine.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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