This article describes our test procedure for VPN Endpoint routers.
Linksys' WRT55AG Dual-Band Wireless A+G Broadband Router is one of the first dual-band, tri-mode routers to hit the streets. But our testing shows that it perhaps should have stayed in the labs a little longer. Is it really ready for prime time? Read our review and judge for yourself!
Some quick tips for fixing those annoying router connection drops.
A quick blurb about Ixia's handy free network performance test tool.
Broadcom-based draft-802.11g router. Supports multipoint bridging and repeating
Wi-Fi certified 802.11b wireless router, w/ 4 port 10/100switch & print server. Bundled with zer0knowledge's Freedom Security and Privacy suite.
VPN version of popular Barricade router with SPI based firewall and PPTP / IPsec VPN endpoint, but no printserver or dialup WAN support.Will probably do better with PPTP vs. IPsec-based VPNs
Our test procedure for SPI+NAT routers
It's back to school time and some college campus network administrators are finding they have their hands full trying to control the wave of network problems caused by students' use of inexpensive wired and wireless routers connected to their networks.
With Windows XP well into deployment and more manufacturers starting to beat the drum on how wonderful life is with a UPnP enabled router, I thought I'd see whether UPnP is something that you just won't want to live without in your Internet sharing device. If you don't know what UPnP is, or even if you do, you may want to read our UPnP FAQ before diving into this NTK, since the basics and background of UPnP are covered there. Also, if you're the impatient type and just want the bottom line on what I found, you can get it here.