Internet routers for the SoHo, SME or Enterprise users from Watchguard, DrayTek and Sonicwall. Routers are your gateway to the Internet and the most important tool that must be employed to keeping you and your network safe, secure and private. Our systems can be configured to allow only appropriate traffic onto your Local area Network (LAN) so that your business remains running efficiently and smoothly.
•ADSL, ADSL2 & ADSL2+ Ethernet Modem
•Bridge (pass) a single IP address or a whole public subnet
•Ideal Partner for DrayTek dual-WAN products
•IPv6 and IPv4 Compatible
•Ethernet Connection for client device (router, PC etc.)
•Ideal for apple™ Airport Extreme and Time Capsule
•ADSL Parameters pre-set for UK ISPs (adjustable)
•PPPoA Bridging compatible with ISPs running IPv6
•Normally no setup/configuration of the Vigor 120 required
•Annex A & Annex M Compatible
VDSL SME Router Dual WAN with 3G USB backup WAN ports and Gigabit LAN.
This is quite simply the ultimate VDSL/ADSL/4G/Cable router for SMEs or even large business.
We have run internet retailers with dedicated fibre across these routers with 60 staff uploading/
This model has no WiFi or VoIP
The DrayTek Vigor 2862n wireless router with two additional WANs for an inserted SIM card allowing for 4G connectivity. It is the ultimate internet gateway for any SME installation. The throughput of this router can handle almost any SME or home connection speed - over 400MBps - and more VPNs than a medium sized business will ever need. It is quite simply the ultimate tool for internet connectivity, and competes happily with Watchguard, Checkpoint and Sonicwall. The 2862ln requires only a web portal for configuration, rather than a Windows application as does much of the serious competition.
The DrayTek 2862n is the ultimate business wireless router for VDSL/FTTC or BT Infinity customers. The maximum throughput is now at 400MB across the WAN ports and so the router is even capable of supporting an office of more than a hundred people using dedicated fibre on WAN2 with a VDSL backup