Hai..iam sure wan card is use for routing between wan network over atm/sdh/etc but how about eth card..is it have the capabilities to be use for routing or its only for lan connectivity?..let say if i have a router need to be connected to remote router over sdh network can i directly connected to my eth port..do i need a routing?..pls do help me understand all this...TQ
Hai Jon..TQ for your explanation. but its not help me much. what make me puzzle is... if my router want to connect to my customer router over sdh..and i dont have wan port, can i used only fe port and do i need routing at this interface? or fe port only be used if i want to connect to my customer over metro e or ethernet cloud.
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