Cisco Aironet 2600 vs 3500 ?
Alexander Bautista 1 year ago
Which one is better? All my research says that the 2600 will deliever the same performance as the 3500 at a lower cost. The 3600 however would be a sweet deal since it will support a module to have 802.11ac in the future.
What are your thoughts?
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