On 11/3/05, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> wrote:
> depends on how much you want to route between LAN, DMZ, and wireless.
> 10 Mb of Internet bandwidth isn't an issue at all, but if you want
> that plus ~100 Mb between LAN and DMZ, and ~30 Mb between wireless and
> LAN, then no, a 4801 is not sufficient.
> You can get a maximum of about 45 Mb thorugh a 4801. take off 5 Mb
> for Internet, and you have ~40 Mb of capacity between the LAN,
> wireless, and DMZ interfaces.
Thanks, Chris. This helps a lot. I'd say that 90% of our bandwidth
is between the LAN and WAN interfaces. Traffic to and from the DMZ
and wireless interfaces would be fairly minimal. Maybe 1 or 2 Mbps.