The 1600 will do leased line.
You may have to install an option for it to do this.
But I do have one running with a leased line.
On Tue, 2002-07-02 at 17:02, Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
> Quoting Chris Higgins <chris.higgins at horizon.ie>:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Can anyone recommend a router for handling both ISDN and frame
> > > relay connection to a specific remote site?
> > What size frame relay connection ?
> > Which telco ?
> > Is ISDN for backup or bandwidth top-op (or both) ?
> > Is it ISDN BRI or PRI ?
> > What size is your existing routing table ?
> > What routing protocols do you use / plan to use ?
> > What protocols are you planning on running across the
> > network ?
>> Well, frame relay just got nerfed so it's now a backup-only
> ISDN solution, and I'll go with a 1600 for that.
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