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Router only supports 10 mg

By lheisey ·
Is there any reason to be concerned if my router only supports 10 mg? We have only one subnet in our LAN and a T-1 to the outside.

What is the command to Trace route?

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by bowieb In reply to Router only supports 10 m ...

With just a single T-1, a 10base-T router is probably fine. When you start getting enough traffic to think about adding to your T-1, then you should think about upgrading your router. At this point, your T1's maximum speed is only slightly higher than your router's maximum speed.

You should make sure that you have switched connections so that your router can run at full duplex if it supports it.

To trace a route...
In Windows 95/98/NT: tracert
In Unix/Linux: traceroute

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by lheisey In reply to Router only supports 10 m ...

Thanks so much for your help.

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by lheisey In reply to Router only supports 10 m ...

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