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Setting up DS-3 and 2 4xT1

  • From: Joshua Brady
  • Date: Thu Dec 02 02:51:57 2004
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My apologies if some may find this a little off-topic.

However, here is my issue. I need a router, which can take 2 4xT1's
and a DS-3, while handing a Gbit for internal use. Now to complicate
the entire situation, this needs to go into a 3 bedroom apartment, so
I need to keep the power bills down if I can :)

What would everyone recommend? Off-List replies are fine, I will
summarize at the end.

Joshua Brady