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Topic # 55413 3-Jan-2010 19:08
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Hi Guys,

I'm looking to upgrade my all in one router and have been looking around a bit but I cannot find one that is going to meet my needs -

I need -

Gigabit Lan
IpSec and VPN passthrough
Simultaneous Dual band N, and legacy G
With a Biult in Modem

Do you lot know of any that would meet my specs?  or am I going to be going down the seperate modem route.


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  Reply # 286719 3-Jan-2010 19:41
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Something like the Linksys WAG320N does not support Simultaneous N and G, but has an ADSL modem built in. The WRT610N does support simultaneous N and G, but seperate modem required.

AFAIK you will need to go seperate.

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  Reply # 286722 3-Jan-2010 19:48
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I'd suggest WRT610N and just plug the ADSL modem into its WAN port. Also, it is safer and more universal if you have just router as it means you don't have to worry about the WAN part for any changes.

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