My main goal was to have fun while learning how to configure these routers. What exactly did I want set up configuration wise? Other than having the router control my IP addressing, I'd also like the ability to set up VLANS. Certification wise, I'm not sure if I would ever go further than my CCNA which I will be getting way down the road from now. I think I'd rather save my $800 to buy a more up to date router. I'd feel like I was shooting myself in the foot putting a $800 part into a router I paid ten bucks for.
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10/4/10 at 5:36pm