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Best Router for Bandwidth capping upto 300 users

Dear Community members,


I am new into network administration, i want a CISCO router with 6 ports.

from which i will use 2 for WAN(1 port with 15Mbps main & other with 4Mbps backup link) and 4 for LAN. I also want to configure bandwidth cap on LAN ports i.e. LAN 1- 2Mbps, LAN2-Mbps, LAN 3- 4Mbps & LAN 4- remaining Bandwidth speed of My WAN Link.  

The Number of users we are going to have at least 100 always & maximum 300. 

Will you please help me out that which router will be a better choice and same configuration can be possible.




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1.  What is your budget? 2.

1.  What is your budget? 

2.  What is the WAN speed?

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Dear Laohoo, 1. Actually we

Dear Laohoo, 

1. Actually we have checked for Cisco 1905,1921 & 1941, and these router are in our budget.

2. 15Mbps on WAN 1 & 4 Mbps on WAN2.



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1900 should support that WAN

1900 should support that WAN bandwidth.

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For 19 Mbps of bandwidth, Cisco recommends about a 1941.  See attachment for all the details.