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Selecting the correct CE/Remote Site router

Hi,

 

Is there a Cisco documentation that can show comparison of each CE/Remote Site router model in attaining certain download and upload speed of a WAN connection(MPLS,broadband,etc).

 

Thanks. 

  • WAN Routing and Switching
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See if attachment helps.

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Thanks Joseph for the reply.

Thanks Joseph for the reply.

 

Do you know if page 7 figure 1 of the pdf is also applicable with broadband connection?

 

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Yes, it would be, more or less.  Broadband, if Ethernet, might save a little CPU for lack of media conversion.  But more importantly, "typical" Internet facing features might still be necessary, and these consume additional CPU.

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