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Need help in determining a router model

Hi all, i need to find a router which will support all the features mentioned below. Please help me in this case.

8 PORT ROUTER::

1. Base Configuration: Router Dual 1O/lOOBaseTX ports, One NSM slot, 2 WAN port card slots & support for hardware mini Accelerator card.

2.Supported Optional WAN/LAN Modules:

Channelized El/T1, PRI, BRI, Sync

(2Mbps), Async,Ethernet Ports, FXO,FXS ports.

3.Supported Optional NSM modules:

4/8 port BRI modules. Blank WAN port NSM modules.

4.System: *High performance 80MHz RISC processor

*128MB SDRAM upgradeable to 512MB.

*16MB Flash expandeable upto 192MB.

5.Supported Routed Protocol:

IP, IPv6, IPX/SPX (including Spoofing), Apple Talk, DECNET

6.Supported Routing Protocols:

Static routes, RIP, OSPF, BGP4

7.Supported WAN Protocols:

Frame Relay, X.25, PPP, PPPoE client and server.

8.QOS featurs:

Traffic Shaping, Packet Priority, RSVP.

9.Supported tunneling & Security:

NAT, Packet filtering, L2TP access concentrator, L2TP network server, Stateful Inspection Firewall, HTTP Proxy, SMTP Proxy, DES Encryption hardware (optional), Triple DES Encryption hardware (optional), IPSec, IKE, PKI.

10.Authentication:

PAP, CHAP,RADIUS, TACACS authentication.

11.Supported Multicasting:

IGMP, PIM-SM (on lPv4 and IPv6), PIM-DM (on IPv4 and lPv6), DVMRP (on IPv4 and IPv6).

12.Advanced features:

Router should support multiple Configuration & Release Files on Flash for redundancy & Should have build-in Email Client. Router should support Time, Date, Weekend & Event based QOS,

Filtering, Policies & Routing.

13.Management:

Console port, Command Line Interface (CLI), Telnet, Web browser, SNMP, Scripts Local and remote logging, Configuration loading by TFTP, HTTP, Zmodem.

14.Power:

Max Power Consumption: 25W, 2A

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Re: Need help in determining a router model

Jaganmohan Chowdam,

You can check your requirements at the following link

http://tools.cisco.com/ITDIT/CFN

Thanks

Goutam

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