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Introduction

NETGEAR Cable/DSL Web Safe Router Gateway

NETGEAR Cable/DSL Web Safe Router Gateway (RP614)
Summary Basically an RP114 in a sleek new package, with Setup Wizard and new interface. Comes bundled with 1 year free subscription to zer0knowledge's Freedom Security and Privacy suite.
Update 12/06/02 - Fixed Wrap Up
11/14/02 - 4.11RC24 firmware adds UPnP, AOL support, PPTP fixes
10/1/02
- 4.10 Sep 13 2002 firmware supports remote admin and port filtering
7/23/02 - Clarified zeroknowledge Freedom bundle.
Pros • Scheduled, emailed logs & alerts
• Logs web traffic
Cons • No log analysis or summaries

The RP614 Cable/DSL Web Safe Router Gateway is part of NETGEAR's new "Platinum" networking line. NETGEAR says that the "Platinum" line is intended for the Home user (hence, the "designer" look), but does the RP614 have what it takes, and what is a "home" user anyway?

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