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I want so split one internet connection to two network , each one will be set to internet speed limit. Which device do you recommend doing this?

So let say I get 100/10 internet speed .

Network A will get 50 down and 5 up
Network B will get the same.
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You will need an upstream Management Router that has QOS set on a port level to give 50% of what's available to each port.
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Can you suggest any specific brands / models ?
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I rather not use a 3rd party firmware.

Do you know routers that has that capability built in?
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Any of the Cisco RV series will do.. Or roll your own router using a spare pc and use pfsense.. How much do you want to pay..

DD-WRT is better than most of the crap software that is on home routers
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Or the Draytek devices
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Sonicwall devices do this also. If you shop for business routers it is not a hard feature to have. Otherwise, DD-WRT makes sense if you just want to use a cheap home router.
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