Cisco Expands Entry Level Routing
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Networking giant Cisco is expanding its routing lineup with a new front-line entry level device. The Cisco RV110W is targeted at small business and home office deployments of up to five people.
The RV110 includes an integrated 4-port 10/100 Fast Ethernet switch for wired connectivity and an 802.11n radio for Wi-Fi. Cisco has also included a VPN which can support up to five remote users. Rounding out the features on the RV110W are Quality of Service (QoS) and VLAN capabilities to segment and control network quality and resources.
The new RV110W fits in just below the RV120 W which debuted earlier this year and had been Cisco's previous entry level device.
"I think this will be the bottom of the router portfolio," Nasser Tarazi, Cisco product manager told <em>InternetNews.com</em>." I would not think that we'll be building anything at a lower price point."