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Cisco 2800 Router

By chipcouncill ·
I have a client that has a 2800 Router connected to a T1 line and they have 14 workstations connected to it on one workgroup, there are 10 offices in the building and they want each office to share the T1 line but dont want other offices to be able to access there workgroup.
Is this possible? I am not to up-to-date on the 2800 please help anyway possible thanks!

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by CG IT In reply to Cisco 2800 Router

The 2800, depending upon the modules you stick in it, can do what you want. It supports Layer 2 switching, but a better way to go is stick a 3560 in there and Vlan to offices. Also T1 line probably isn't going to be enough bandwidth to service 10 offices with X # of computers in each, all wanting Internet Access.

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by chipcouncill In reply to Cisco 2800 Router

Is the 2800 easily configured?

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by barneyhenry In reply to Cisco 2800 Router

Agree with CG IT. You need to implement VLANs for each of the offices to keep the traffic separate and secure. You'll need a 3560 for this.

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