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PostSubject: workinggggggggggg   Mon Aug 13, 2012 1:38 pm


For
years, Cisco has been the leading router vendor, and these high-end,
carrier-grade 7600 models process up to 30 million packets per second
(pps). Cisco also makes smaller routers for less intensive applications.
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