RB850Gx2 is not OS6 capable and also cannot handle more than 200Mbps.Look at RB850Gx2, RB1100AHx2 or CCR1009-8G-1S-PC
You mean, we can do OSPF + MPLS on a 850Gx2 also ?I would suggest you check your facts
1) you can run RouterOS 6.x on an RB850Gx2
2) see http://routerboard.com/RB850Gx2 for performance specs
Clearly you need an understanding of how before you do, but yes.You mean, we can do OSPF + MPLS on a 850Gx2 also ?
Wow, you are making me happy!Clearly you need an understanding of how before you do, but yes.You mean, we can do OSPF + MPLS on a 850Gx2 also ?
The performance specs clearly states that it can handle more than 300-400Mbps, so yes in answer to that - but you can read that for yourself on the link provided. Also all RouterBOARDs run RouterOS and RouterOS supports OSPF and MPLS, so it's yes to that question as well.You mean, we can do OSPF + MPLS on a 850Gx2 also ?
Can it handle per port 300-400Mbps even ?
You can make you own conclusion from the following *2* pages of specifications.Superb!!!!
And if I get a 3011, then can it handle more than 850Gx2, as it has 1G RAM ?
So, get 3011 or 850Gx2 ?
I had checked it since weeks.Have you looked at the mikrotik/routerboard website at all? All of the specifications are on there. The amount of memory does not equate to speed/throughput
Yes, I know!The throughput you get through each unit depends highly on your rules on firewall/nat etc. If you've limited firewall and make use of fastpath then should get throughput close to specified figures.
VPNS (with encryption) and lots of firewall rules all act to reduce your throughput.