[clug] ADSL2/ADSL2+ Routers
freegazer at gmail.com
Thu Mar 2 00:44:49 GMT 2006
I've previously used one of the billion routers and they are pretty good,
NAT routing, basic F/W
and basic logging (really limited and the logs seem to lock up when the
available memory is full rather than rotating the log).
also a really good security through obscurity, we had several attempts to
breach the device from korea and the US of A but they seemed to think it was
a windows print server (muhahaha) or a M$ based industrial router.
but one warning the don't automatically reboot so if the device does fall
over it stays down until
you help it back up with a power cycle.
hope that helps with choices
On 2/28/06, George Bray <listoid1 at linkalarm.com> wrote:
> The latest Australian Macworld reviewed half a dozen of them this
> month, and recommended one from "Billion" that has those specs. Not
> used any of them myself though.
> On 27/02/2006, at 10:17 AM, john wrote:
> > Hi
> > Just wondering if anyone can recommend an ADSL2+ 4 port router with
> > VoIP?
> > cheers
> > --john
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