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Wireless router suggestions for small business.

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I would like to get recommendations for a wireless router that is a little more robust than netgear or linksys, but a little less expensive than Cisco for a small business. I've used many netgear and linksys, but I've found that if you really bang on them they need reboots, etc.

Obviously it should support 802.11G (possibly N) , WPA, VPN passthru or maybe even have VPN built in.
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Tom Ray earned 750 total points
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can't personally vouch for their routers, but i've been very happy with their firewalls for the last 8 years. good customer support, good products, i've just had good experiences with sonicwall.

http://www.sonicwall.com
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