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advice for buy Cisco 3845 o 7200 for BGP

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  • advice for buy Cisco 3845 o 7200 for BGP


    My client will be buy a router for make BGP with 2 carrier (max 100Mb *2).

    It's is sufficient a 3845 ? Can it handle a full routing table?

    What's real advantages we have if we buy a 7200?

    Thanks advance


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    Re: advice for buy Cisco 3845 o 7200 for BGP

    You could say that the 7200 and 3845 series each have their own advantages... What sort of infrastrcture will it be supporting and what is the future roadmap?

    The 3845 is an ISR router so it is optimised for concurrent services such as data, voice and video.

    The 7200 has award winning features and is an enterprise edge router for use with service aggregation. This is a very powerful router and provides increased performance with QoS, MPLS, VPN etc..

    What do you mean with full routing table? How big are you expecting because you should only get aggregate routes from an ISP..
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