Planning to buy an Industrial Router & Need for a better network infrastruc
I am planning to buy an industrial Router, looking to come up with a better network infrastructure. What routers best fit this situation and do i need any other equipment? I looked at using VLAN's, Issues with VLAN, is there any way to allocate network bandwidth to each VLAN's [VOIP, LAN]? What type of VLAN best fit this situation, [PORT, MAC Address, Protocol Type or IP Subnet Address]. Early thank you for the replies, I am new to configuring networks just started reading about configuring CISCO ROUTERS, anything would be helpful.
- 2 DSL connections, one for VOIP and other with LAN
- VOIP ? 6 MB download and 1 MB of upload, have 8 static public IP?s
- LAN ? 6 MB download and 1 MB of upload, have 1 block of 4 static public IP?s and [1 block of 8 static public IP?s] ? not being used at this movement
- VOIP modem connects to a switch which connect to a Dlink Router & PIX Firewall Serious
- LAN modem connects to the Dlink Router which connects to a Net gear Switch
- Both of the Dlink Router connects to a 24 port Lynksys SRW224p
- Port panel get connection from Lynksys and Net gear Switch
- PIX Firewall Serious is used to connect to the Third party hosting environment
- Currently all the RDP Session to hosting environment is routing via VOIP modem Internet & email is going via the LAN and QOS is turned on in the VOIP router to have priority
- Since, only one LAN Port available for each office VOIP and LAN is set up so that they share bandwidth.
- Can not conference in phones, phone is cutting off
- Very slow accessing hosted environment ? file servers, DB Servers, Web Servers and Production servers
Re: Planning to buy an Industrial Router & Need for a better net
you can consider consolidating all the functions above, including the "serious PIX" in a 28xx or 38xx router. The choice of exact model is mostly dictated by budget, as probably any model will do. I recommend to put the ADSL (if this is what you refer as "LAN modem") into the router directly, this is done with an appropriate card.
The router can also connect analog phones using another appropriate hardware, but conferencing may require special configuration. The trend today is to use IP phone instead, the router can control them as well.
You can then use an external switch better if layer 3 enabled, again an often a budget dictated choice. The bigger routers can also incorporate the switch as wide form factor network module.
Consider the cost of all the above, including professional configuration, can be well beyond $5,000.
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