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Netgear FSV318 and 20mb Internet Connection

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My goal is to distribute a 20mb internet connection to my users as cost effectively as possible.

I have a Netgear Prosafe FSV318 VPN Firewall that works great on our current 5mb connection but when I try to use this firewall our new20mb circuit I only get 8-9mbps down and 5mbps up.  I have tested the circuit with my laptop and confirmed 20/20 service.  I dont think the Netgear will handle anything over 10mb?  

My question is, taking cost into consideration, what VPN Firewall will be able to handle a 20mb circuit?  I will have roughly 40 users hitting this circuit daily.  

My backbone switch is a Cisco 45003 w/Advanced IP IOS.  Wondering if I could land the circuit here but not sure how to get all the routing and security in place for remote connections and such?  

*EDIT*  I have done some research and I am looking at upgrading to a Netgear FVS338 VPN Firewall.  It has 60mb Wan to Lan Thoughput.  Cost is $300.  Is this a viable solution or is there a better firewall out there for $300

 
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