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Topic # 114459 20-Feb-2013 13:43
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Hi There!

Is someone able to recommend a currently available product that does ADSL, port translation (Port Forwarding from 8000 (for Example) on the outside to 80 on the inside, and has pretty good wireless. 

Would also be useful if you could control  internet access to one or more devices with a multiple schedule (10am-2pm and 5pm-6pm and 11pm-7am)

Thanks in advance. 



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  Reply # 766455 20-Feb-2013 14:33
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The DrayTek Vigor2710ne will happily do all of that. It has a particularly powerful Scheduling system :)



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  Reply # 766460 20-Feb-2013 14:41
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theEd: The DrayTek Vigor2710ne will happily do all of that. It has a particularly powerful Scheduling system :)


Any idea who distributes Draytek in NZ?

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  Reply # 766545 20-Feb-2013 16:08
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My signature can answer that :)

http://www.snappernet.co.nz/



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  Reply # 766549 20-Feb-2013 16:12
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LOL Sorry :) I ordered one. Just filled in a Reseller Agreement too.




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  Reply # 767061 21-Feb-2013 14:21
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Anyone know of any decent quality ADSL hardware that runs RouterOS?

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