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I am trying to decided between the Sonic firewall TZ-205 and Asus RT-AC68U, would you be able to assist me in doing so?
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by:Aaron
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I am not familiar with the TZ-205 specifically but I have never had an issue with a Sonic Firewall. I would recomend you go with that one just base off my experience. At a glance those two seem to have similar specs... If you would like a more detailed answer let us know what your specific network needs/desiered use will be.
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by:AJ1978
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Small business environment that would need a VPN service include in the router, DHCP the usual nothing fancy.
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by:Aaron
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The sonic wall will do all of that and is fairly user friendly. I like the GUI for them. One might be better than the other but I don't think you can really go wrong with the sonic.
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by:AJ1978
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Thanks - I am going to leave the question open a while but I do appreciate your reply and promptness,
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by:Aaron
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Of course, see if anyone here has experience with the ASUS one. Honestly that is the only company I recomend for motherboards and they make high quality products.
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Go with the SonicWall as they're more geared towards businesses and are quite stable. The ASUS router is more suited for a home setup in my opinion.
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