Wwe are currently in the process of taking a T3 point to point connection. My question is we have a 2811 router where we would install the T3 network module, would the cisco 2811 be of a good specification to handle the traffic used on this link.
yes, but a 2811 only support SUBRATE T-3 service.. meaning you wont be able to fully utilize the line, or from what I remember use it more than 20mbps. the serialization takes a hit on the box, so the earlier bigger quote may be for straight ethernet to ethernet only....
Better off getting a 3825 which can fully utilize the line...
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