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815 vs. uBR905

How is the design of the Cisco 815 different from the Cisco uBR905 Cable Access Router?

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Re: 815 vs. uBR905

here are some specs. on the two devices you've mentioned:

815 - (network switch)

4 'switched' ethernet ports; 100Mbps (for user PC connections)

1 WAN port (for connection to DSL, CableModem)

1 aux port (can be used for dial-backup or Out-Of-Band management of the device)

1 serial console port (for local administration of the device)

1 integrated cable modem; DOCSIS 2.0 based

Supports the standard IP routing protocols, VLANs/interVLAN routing, QoS, stateful firewall, sofware VPN/IPSEC, 100Mbps link speed for PCs.

please see this link for more info on the 815:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps380/products_data_sheet0900aecd804b1b19.html

uBR905 - (network hub)

4 'shared' ethernet ports; 10Mbps only (for user PC connections)

1 USB port (925 model)

2 FXS ports (925 model; (used to connect analog telephony devices)

1 serial console port (for local administration of the device)

1 integrated cable modem; DOCSIS 1.1 based

Supports RIP/RIPv2 routing protocols, hardware 56 bit VPN/IPSEC (optional), 10Mbps only link speed for PCs, h323, mgcp, sgcp.

please see this link for more info on the uBR900 series:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/cable/ps2221/products_data_sheet09186a008008877d.html

if you have a choice, the 815 seems it has more built in features and is more flexible for small, changing environments.

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