Business grade wireless router

Hey all,

I am looking for something like this. Cisco WRVS4400N Wireless-N Gigabit Security Router: VPN.

if you can recomend any site or advice on similar technology. it is for home use. but I want a business grade as they handle the traffic better. it will connect to a switch which will connect to all my home devices including my TV and systems.

any suggestion or reccomendation is appreciated. Please provide reason with pros and cons. not just brands. or links that can highlight these thanks. Points may be shared

Oh I do have the internet connecting to this deivce (PPPOE), it will connect to a cisco 24 port gigabit switch. and wireless devices as well


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Aaron TomoskySD-WAN SimplifiedCommented:
I'm a fan of the buffalo wzr-hpag300h I think it is. Also known as the n600. Comes with a buffalo branded ddwrt but easily replaced with the stock version.

If you reallywant to pay more ( I got my n600 for $90) look at sonicwall, although I don't like their wifi particularly, or meraki. sonicwall is nice as a wired router with some other ap

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AncientsAuthor Commented:
Thanks Aaron. how do they handle large data transfer over the wireless?

Lavi ShiffmanConsultant Commented:
You have to elaborate on your needs: VPN, VOIP support, size of the area that needs to be covered by WiFi, speed of your PPPOE connection.
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Aaron TomoskySD-WAN SimplifiedCommented:
I use two as access points in an office for 60 people. Most with laptops iPhones and iPads. They replaced three wndr350 Netgears. The netgears woulddo funny things and need reset.
AncientsAuthor Commented:
thanks, yeah I found net gear would overheat and need resetting when used not so heavily

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