Since I'm very fresh in the cisco world I figured it would be beneficial for me to ask this question here. If I have a 20MB line and want to fully utilize that 20MB line between 2 remote sites which router should I purchase. The remote sites also run IPX and I want to establish a VPN between the sites. I guess the second part to this question is how do you determine in a router what the maximum throughput it can handle. I've heard that I could use a 1700 series router, but I wouldn't be able to utilize the full potential of the line speed I have.
The Cisco 1841 Series Module (AIM-VPN/SSL-1) can provide hardware-based IPSec encryption services of 25 Mbps in the Cisco 1841 (IPSec Internet mix [IMIX] and 1400-byte packets).
The Cisco 2800 Series Module (AIM-VPN/SSL-2) can provide hardware-based IPSec encryption services of 30 Mbps in the Cisco 2801, 35 Mbps in the Cisco 2811, 90 Mbps in the Cisco 2821, and 100 Mbps in the Cisco 2851 (IPSec IMIX and 1400-byte packets).
The Cisco 3800 Series Module (AIM-VPN/SSL-3) can provide hardware-based IPSec encryption services of 160 Mbps in the Cisco 3825 and 190 Mbps in the Cisco 3845 (IPSec IMIX and 1400-byte packets)
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