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Dual WAN router for about 24 Connections

I am setting up a small business and need a Dual WAN router for Good Load Balancing Nothing as expensive at a sonicwall tz-300 any recommendations, was looking at peplink and cisco but some of the reviews were not good.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Irwin W.

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Dirk Mare

I am a big fan of Mikrotik Routers they are all fairly cheap compared to Cisco
RB750GR2 at $40

Also have a look at Fortigate the FortiWAN units


Dual WAN?
What's the specs on the service(DSL,cable modem)?

Max service is 60 /15 so two of those services will be installed this area is rural with poor service
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Irwin W.

Here is another option for a dual WAN supported hardware.  This can then run pfSense and you can configure Multi-WAN for you dual ISP's for failover.


Some information on configuring multi-WAN can be found here

So you have 2 separate circuits of 60 / 15 ?
Is this cable modem as I don't know of many ADSL circuits that have that spec.

If it's cable ,then you can use bonding :


I spoke to the company and it seems to be the best solution with no cost for upgrades and powerful processor to process large data speeds
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