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Im looking to buy a better then average router for my office.  I would like it to be very secure and highly configurable.  Price under $500 new or used (ebay).  I would like it so that a virus/trojan/remote desktop/etc.. cannot be initiated without opening ports on router.  Currently we do not have any remote connections into the office.  Could you recommend some makes and models for me?
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Linksys RV082
Cisco PIX 501 (506 if you can find one in your price range)
Sonicwall TZ170 http://www.sonicwallsales.com/product/info.htm?sku=01-SSC-5558

How many users total?
Watchguard Edge
http://www.watchguardsales.com/product/info.htm?sku=WG40015


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Go with the Cisco 870 Series routers they have IPS and firewalling and can be had used for under $500. Configuration is also super easy using the SDM http://www.cisco.com/go/sdm These are the most "feature rich" routers I have ever seen. You also get Cisco's legendary tech support
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