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Need a Failover Router/Firewall with VPN and PPPoE

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I need the following

A Single Network Appliance to:

1. Act as an automatic failover between 2 network connections, does'nt have to use both, just failover to the other automatically

2. Provide Relatively secure firewall protections, we're a small but growing  company and do not have auditting concerns, but still want to keep a relative degree of safety.

3. Provide VPN access, preety much 2-3 concurrent connections max and that is stretching it. Almost all computers accessing will be using XP so IPSec will likely be the method of choice

4. Utilize PPPoE

5. Meet a Reasonable price point, we don't have 10k to drop on this thing

I've been searching cisco and other companys but can't seem to find anything that lists all of these things in 1 router!
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score, the linksys will do!
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