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    I am looking at purchasing 2 2621XM and 2 ATM IMA cards so that I can better utilise 2 T1'sbetween 2 sites. If this works, I can do the same between 3 other links.

    What I would like to do is make this initial purchase with used hardware and do testing first, then if I feel confortable that it is working well, I will purchase a new pair and use these in production and keep the used for backup.

    So, I am looking at a reputable company that sells Cisco gear, either a clearing house, refurbisher, or eBay retailer that you like.

    Thanks,
    Chris

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    Re: Used Routers and Interface Cards

    I suggest

    http://3wiresystems.com/

    You can email or call and ask for Bud.

    I have gotten a number of quotes from them but never used them. However, they seem competitive and responsive.

    Best of luck to you!
    David Davis - Petri Forums Moderator & Video Training Author
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    • #3
      Re: Used Routers and Interface Cards

      Thanks David,

      I'll check them out.
      Chris

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      • #4
        Re: Used Routers and Interface Cards

        I trust you've verified those ATM WICs are the right thing? That's not the most common way of doing this...
        Thanks,
        Brian Desmond
        Microsoft MVP - Directory Services
        www.briandesmond.com

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          Re: Used Routers and Interface Cards

          Brian,

          Thanks for the concern as doing it this way does not seem to be common, but my network admins use thia aetup very successfully in other infrastructures and it fits for what we are doing here, as the amount of T1's will be increasing between these 2 facilites.
          Chris

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