Tuesday, August 08, 2006

How To Easily Find A Cisco Router At A GREAT Price

Need to find a Cisco Routers Dealer?

Well....you've come to the right place.

Simply visit Cisco Router to easily find exactly what you want....at a great price.

This is a very cool online resource where you can search for a certified and authorized Cisco Routers Dealer in your immediate area. There is no pressure or commitment to buy - this is a free service that helps buyers contact the most appropriate (and nearest) dealer.

Finding a good Network dealer in your area isn't as easy as opening up the yellow pages. Many of them have tremendous technical skill but little marketing savvy. That is why this resource was developed.

Network dealers have been searched out for you, and ranked in order using a "best fit" algorithm - which includes customer service surveys, product matches, and other search criteria. The listed equipment dealers specialize in the installation and sales of the most popular WAN and LAN routers, including the Cisco 801 ISDN/Ethernet Router, 801-1CAPI, 802 ISDN Router, 803 ISDN BRI/ETHERNET ROUTER, 4PORT HUB, Cisco - 803-20PK ISDN/Ethernet Router, 4 port hub 2 POTS, and the Cisco 805 Ethernet/Serial Router.

So....click, search, and shop away:

Cisco Router


Anonymous Corey Donovan said...

Hi Michael, that is a handy link for users who are searching for new Cisco equipment vendors. Unfortunately there isn't anything nearly as handy out there right now for narrowing down a search for used cisco hardware...

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Blogger Nyson Cloud said...

Running a DHCP Used Server on a router or switch can be really convenient. The device is already there, already physically connected to the devices it will be serving and can be perfectly adequate in terms of performance and features for smaller / simpler deployments. There’s no real incremental up-front cost beyond the equipment itself (…already paid for) and if the configuration is relatively static it can be brought up quickly.

That said, the simplicity of the solution is also in many ways its drawback. Integrating with enterprise-level name services (AD, dynamic DNS, etc), IPAM, security tools and the like will be tough. Pushing policy requires touching lots of distributed systems. Storage on routers and switches is relatively limited and while there’s certainly a lot more processing power in these devices than in years gone by it’s still quite limited when compared to actual servers.

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