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Which Cisco router will allow a dsl or cable WAN connection? 10 years 2 months ago #15853

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Basically all I wana know is which Cisco router's allow you to use a cable or dsl WAN connection im looking on ebay and I see alot about ISDN but not much about dsl or cable can someone help me out ?
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Re: Which Cisco router will allow a dsl or cable WAN connection? 10 years 2 months ago #15854

As the 2500 has reached the end of life cycle I would go with a 2600 series or buy a PIX 501. you are probably looking just for something to do NAT any router can do NAT, just depends on how much you want to spend.
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Re: Which Cisco router will allow a dsl or cable WAN connection? 10 years 2 months ago #15859

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1600 series obviously there are also 1800 series. You can give a try on ebay po anthing like these cheep and fast ones.
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Re: Which Cisco router will allow a dsl or cable WAN connection? 10 years 2 months ago #15863

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Well I am wanting to beable to use it to study for my ccna so I want to beable to learn IOS and anything required for ccna certification
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Re: Which Cisco router will allow a dsl or cable WAN connection? 10 years 2 months ago #15871

If you look up Cisco training kits on Ebay you will see several offered with routers and switches all inclusive.
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Re: Which Cisco router will allow a dsl or cable WAN connection? 10 years 1 month ago #16050

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For ccna go with a router then, PIX better for the situation, but it's not even mentioned on the exams.
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