WAN connectivity

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Hi, I had a query regarding WAN connectivity. Can we provide WAN connectivity on ethernet ports(copper as well as fiber)? Because I am assuming to terminate T3/E3 WAN connection from SP on this port to provide 10 Mbos or higher bandwidth. And do this can be provided on branch routers of cisco like 2900 series.

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  • Arch4ngel
    To answer the question directly. I would say yes with a gigabit card but I don't know how you would be able to deal with the routing requirements.
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  • Pop59
    I would agree with Arch4ngel, but take care of the type of cisco you are using regarding the way how to do new connection, new card or sfp module or ... . After that there should be some configuration job to be done to activate the port and give proper directions to your router. Good luck!
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  • Connectivity1
    Thanks Arch4ngel & Pop59 for ur response. If its possible then leave me the config part i will do that.... Hope to have further such good discussions...:) Regards, Sandeep
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