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Re: Cisco 2811 or 2911 or something else for dual-WAN bgp
said by Adam :I'd get a new vendor because the 2811 is EoS/EoL.
My vendor is saying 2811. Thanks for the advice.
And if your internet presence requires BGP redundancy then it will be quite easy to get a /24.
Make sure you get a 3900 series if you want to take more than a default route from your providers...
New York, NY
said by mikeeo:I agree. I've decided to go with XO who will supply 20Mb EoC and a T1 - they'll allow BGP with an ASN they'll give me.
I'd get a new vendor because the 2811 is EoS/EoL.
The router will be Juniper SRX 220 or 240 (not sure yet) with an extra EX series switch.
If I decide to get fiber, that will replace the T1. Cable won't allow BGP so it's not an option.
The SRX240 is a nice router, and should work well for your needs.