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NETGEAR 4 Port Cable/DSL ProSafe Firewall/Print Server

NETGEAR FR114P 4 Port Cable/DSL ProSafe Firewall/Print Server
Summary Next-generation, SPI-based 4 port 10/100 switched router w/ print server. Bundled with zer0knowledge's Freedom Security and Privacy suite.
Update 4/30/2005 - Router now has traffic logging
7/30/2002 - Corrected performance test info.
Pros • Schedulable firewall rules
• Scheduled, emailed logs & alerts
• Built-in parallel-port printserver with LPR and bi-directional printer support
Cons • Can't monitor or control print server via admin I/F

NETGEAR's FR114P Cable/DSL ProSafe Firewall is the core product of the recently introduced FR114P / FR114W / FM114P trio, which represent NETGEAR's next-generation low-cost SOHO router family. It has a pretty nice feature set, and is pretty zippy in the throughput department, too!

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