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looking for a muti wan router to replace my xincom dual router
i have added a new T1 and require a a router for 3 internet connections
internet connections are;
i broadband
1 DSL
1 T1 line
i have static ip addreses associated with all 3 connections that i need to be able to associate with internal addreses or NAT
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Question by:dano992
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something to look at:
http://www.peplink.com/
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for an open source solution, take a look at pfSense

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Recommend stop messing around with cheap solutions and get a Cisco 5505 with required add on licenses. If you learn how to config that setup, then you will also have marketable skills to boot.
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all of my three internet connections have 4 static ip addreses per connection
 that i require to route or NAT to internal IPs
(multiple web sites and services for three diffrent domains)
does peplink do that

in the xircom it has a multi DMZ to do this
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