I need to find out what router is best for a site with over 5,000 users and growing. Most of them are internet and e-mail users as well as using VoIP. I want a router with enough performance so that all of these users can be accomidated during peak usage.
The current link is actually 400MB but being upgraded to 1GB next week. Currently it is using a 2821 router. There are complaints of slowness and problems. With the upgrade I am taking the opportunity to get a router with more capacity.
Re: What is the recommended router for 5,000+ users
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For gig, I agree with Leo on an ASR with ESP5, although a 7200 with NPE-G2 or 7201 should be adequate.
Depending on your feature needs a L3 switch, especially a MetroE variant, might do for you too.
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