"Jim" <jim@newsgroup> wrote in message
> On Thu, 17 Sep 2009 02:39:08 -0700 (PDT), yaro137
> <yaro137@newsgroup> wrote:
>>What ADSL router would you recommend for a small business that's
>>assuming that I do not know the Cisco IOS syntax? I was using lots of
>>Netgear stuff but their recent N series is just not working properly
>>and the previous model is difficult to get. That's the main reason why
>>I'm looking for a replacement. Price range wise it would be best if
>>they were somewhere between 90 and 200 quid as we're talking 3 to 20
>>user businesses. Thanks
> I've had good results with the plain old Netgear DG834, the DrayTek
> 2600 (later models available) and the Cisco 877. You say that you're
> not sure about the Cisco syntax, but it's actually straightforward to
> set up a simple yet secure system, with specific open ports, NAT etc.
> I'd be happy to give you my config if you wanted to go down the Cisco
> More expensive than the others, yes, but very very good.
It would depend on the Cisco model and IOS if you can share configs. I'm not
sure what IOS is on the 877, for my customer sites, I use the Pix 501, 506
and ASA5505 firewalls. I can say the Pix and ASA have different configs.
If anyone buys a Cisco ASA brand new from a channel partner, and purchase
the 24/7 gold support, Cisco will be more than happy to set the WHOLE thing
up from scratch for you. :-)
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