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  Reply # 1096515 27-Jul-2014 10:52
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I got a Draytek Vigor 120 you can have.




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  Reply # 1096606 27-Jul-2014 14:07
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TimA: I got a Draytek Vigor 120 you can have.


Could you PM me with details?




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  Reply # 1096610 27-Jul-2014 14:25
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RunningMan: What are you currently using?

Hi. TP-Link 8960N routing to AE as an access point. Is been good but given I don't need the wi-fi is a bit bulky.




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  Reply # 1096612 27-Jul-2014 14:32
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aboylikedave:
RunningMan: What are you currently using?

Hi. TP-Link 8960N routing to AE as an access point. Is been good but given I don't need the wi-fi is a bit bulky.


Even a DV120 isn't going to be that much smaller if the primary object is to save space, especially if you are running a separate AP. By the time you have external power supplies and so on, if the object of the excercise is reduce the space taken, I'd go to an all-in-one type device instead. Otherwise, keep using what you have (if functionality wise it does everything you want), but hide it away somewhere so it's out of the way.

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