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Duan Wan Wifi Router Choices

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I work from my home office often and depend on reliable internet connectivity.

What simple to setup Wifi and hardwired router would you recommend for connecting to two broadband connections.

I have DSL from CenturyLink at 10 mbps and Brighthouse Cable Service.

My goal is redundancy but it would be nice to have a router that would provide us of   2 Wans for redundancy/failover and load balancing.

Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
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Question by:armgon
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FortiWifi-20

From Fortinet. It is the wifi model of the FortiGate-20.
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Sonicwall tz something. If you want gateway av, Ids, etc... Then get the 215 to handle the throughput of cable Internet. If you don't need all that, you could drop to a lower model.
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Draytek Vigor 2920n would be a good choice...

http://www.draytek.co.uk/products/business/vigor-2920
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