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SOHO VPN Router

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Can anyone briefly comment / or refer some websites that review the SOHO VPN router manufacturer, e.g. Linksys, D-Link, NetGear, etc, in regard to VPN router's performance, stability, quality etc.

Also, would it be appropriate to utilize product from Linksys or D-Link in small business office (typically 10-15 users)? To me, they are more likely to be for home usage. Is there any other professional VPN products other than Cisco that can meet my requirment ?

Thank you!!
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whats your specific requirements?

as for the general reviews or comparisons on these SOHO products, you may see a customizable easy-to-read comparison table at:
http://osnews.pricegrabber.com/search_attrib.php/page_id=66

hope it hekps,
bbao
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we use watchguard soho's and watchguard fireboxes for our vpn (i wouldn't touch d-link...have replaced 3 adsl dlink modems)

easy to use, reliable and secure out of the box...vpn is pretty easy to set up...and both soho and FB support Mobile user vpn so vpn from on-the-road is possible and easy to set up...

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