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What are some known Dual WAN Routers ?

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Below is a list of some known dual WAN routers that allow for load balancing and sharing of two broadband connections.

BroDigit NFR3024
CyberGuard/Snapgear SG570 and SG575
D-Link DI-LB604
Edimax BR-5524 - no VPN
Edimax BR-6104K - no VPN
Edimax BR-624
FatPipe Networks - no PPTP
GnatBox - no PPTP
Hawking FR24 - no VPN
HotBrick Firewall LB-2
HotBrick Firewall VPN 600/2 - no PPTP
HotBrick Firewall VPN 1200/2 - no PPTP
Juniper NetScreen-5GT
Linksys/Cisco RV016 - up to 7 WAN connections
Linksys/Cisco RV042 - 2 connections
Linksys/Cisco RV082 - no PPTP
Longshine LCS-883R-DSL-2W
Nexland Pro800 Turbo (now Symantec) - older router that is no longer available
Netgear FVS124G - WAN is limited to only 11mbps combined
Netgear FVS336G - good soluton, Gigabit ports, VPN support
Netgear FVX538
OvisLink MN200
Peplink Balance 310 - good stable routers, 20 Mbps WAN. www.peplink.com
Pheenet BIG-02/4
Sonicwall TZ 170 (and most higher models) - no PPTP
Symantec VPN 200
Vigor 2900 - VPN support, $170
Xincom XC-DPG402 - no PPTP
Xincom XC-DPG502
Xincom XC-DPG602
Xterasys XR-4106 - good generic router, better load balancing than Linksys
Ovislink MH-200 - SAME as Xterasys
Zero One Technology AF420b - no VPN
ZyXel ZyWall 35 - no PPTP
ZyXel ZyWall 70 - no PPTP


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by j7nj7n - 2015-04-26 12:17
Most Mikrotik RouterBOARD products have at least two independent interfaces that can have any IP address and routes associated with them, and can therefore be either WAN or LAN. All ports are independent on all but the cheapest devices.
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