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LAN & WAN Reviews

OvisLink eLive MU-9000VPN Multimedia Server / VPN Router reviewed

Our quest to find SOHO routers with built-in bandwidth management lead us to examine OvisLink's multi-functional router. We found that it does provide bandwidth management - along with a host of other interesting features - but that it isn't all we'd hoped for.

Linux Embedded Appliance Firewall Review

Sure off-the-shelf router / firewalls are cheap and easy to set up, but sometimes they just don't get the job done, especially for more sophisticated requirements. And "big iron" products will put too big a dent in most small business budgets. Fortunately there are Open Source alternatives. Jim Hubbard takes a detailed look at one that can do just about anything you'd want it to do, while leaving your wallet alone.

ASUS SL1000 Internet Security Router reviewed

Simply put, ASUS' SL1000 is one hell of a powerful little router and our test bench is still smoking! But it has a user interface that only true networking techies can love. ASUS agrees on this last point so it'll be awhile before you can buy it, but you can at least read about it now.

Corinex CableLAN Adapter Review

Until now, the one cable that hasn't been pressed into service to solve networking problems is the one carrying your cable or satellite TV signal around your home. Corinex' CableLAN adapter changes that, providing the first IP-over-coax networking solution that can handle networks both large and small.

Linksys USBVPN1 USB VPN and Firewall Adapter reviewed

What's purple and gray, comes in a compact, sexy package, and can take the hassle out of setting up an IPsec tunnel back to your home or office network? Why, Linksys' USB VPN and Firewall Adapter, of course! Read our review and see if it'll do the job for you!

Sonicwall SOHO TZW Reviewed

Sonicwall is well known for their premium-priced, but easy-to-use wired IPsec-based Internet security products. With the SOHO TZW they now enter the world of wireless LAN security, a place known to bring strong LAN administrators to their knees, heads hurting from the ever-increasing barrage of new acronyms and security methodology. Did Sonicwall really succeed to making wireless security a setup-and-go story? Read our review and find out for yourself!

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