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I am looking for a router w/ a dialup backup.  I do not need a built in switch or wireless.  I am looking for $50-$150 range.  So far I have found:

D-Link has said that they no longer have any products that have dial up backup
Linksys has not returned my emails
Netgear has 8-port Cable/DSL ProSafe Firewall with Dial Back-up (FR328S) which is a bit more than I need
SMC has the Barricade™ 4-Port 10/100Mbps Broadband Router (SMC7004ABR) - I haven't dealt with SMC much - is this a good choice?

Does anyone have any good/better suggestions?
thanks,
Michael
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vtobusman earned 200 total points
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 Smc is a good choise...  
3 com makes another good one for backup here is a link for it
http://www.3com.com/products/en_US/detail.jsp?tab=features&pathtype=purchase&sku=3C886A-US

and the link to purchase it is on the site the cheepest though is 198 bucks...


 hope this helps some good luck
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Take a look at the Draytek routers here:

http://www.draytek.com/english/product/vigor2200series_router.php the Vigor 2200X and the 2200 have ISDN fallback option.

Also take a look at the 2600Gi for wireless and ISDN fallback => http://www.draytek.com/english/product/adsl_router_voip_g.php

LucF
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thanks for the comments - the client purchased the SMC router.
If I remember, i'll try to write any issues here.

Michael
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