scottsee wrote:More questions.
- I've been pricing out some options and would like some clarification. According to the Cisco's website the hardware 2600xm Architecture in all of their models are the same.. So, besides the platform throughput between each model (which I would never utilize) is there really a measurable difference in what model I purchase for my 3rd router? I've noticed the difference in price between the 2611xm and 2651xm are only about $30 at url=http://www.cablesandkits.com/cisco-2600xm-series-routers-c-50_84_878.html]CablesandKits.com[/url] so I'm naturally curious
- I've also noticed that the NM-4t are not supported in the 2600xm routers, but they are on all of the 3600 series routers which are about the same as th 2600xm series. It seems kind of odd to me the the older NW-4a/s modules are going for about the money as the NM-4T's. So, would it be a good idea to get a 3640 and a NM-4T for the same price as a 2611xm with NM-4A/S?
Any help is appreciated..
Read through this:
Should make your hardware decisions easier. 3640s do everything through CCNP. XMs should as well, but you may have to dig a little for the right IOS.