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The Edimax BR-6104K boasts an impressive 16 MB of RAM and 2 MB of flash memory, giving it by far the largest capacity of the reviewed routers. All that memory serves an Infineon ADM5120P that handles the processing chores.

The Edimax BR-6104K

The Edimax BR-6104K

Inside the BR-6104K

Inside the BR-6104K (click image to enlarge)

Firewall functionality is the arena in which the BR-6104K shines the most. It has all of the normal firewall options (SPI that can be disabled, WAN ping blocking, etc), but with several other options added on. Application Layer Gateway support is available for a number of existing applications (though with applications like Starcraft and Quake 3 as presets, this feature seems almost like a blast from the past), and can be set up within the administrative control panel. The firewall also allows NAT to be disabled, and can block common network attacks such as the Ping of Death, SYN floods, and port scans.

The administrative panel of the BR-6104K

The administrative panel of the BR-6104K (click image to enlarge)

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