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 Dual WAN Gigabit VPN RouterSafeStream Gigabit Broadband VPN RouterEdgeMAX EdgeRouter ProAC1900 Dual Band Wireless Router
ProductDual WAN Gigabit VPN Router
LRT224
SafeStream Gigabit Broadband VPN Router
TL-R600VPN
EdgeMAX EdgeRouter Pro
ERPro-8
AC1900 Dual Band Wireless Router
WRT1900AC
Company
LinksysTP-LINKUbiquitiLinksys
Summary

Dual WAN VPN router with Gigabit ports and hardware DMZ port supporting PPTP, IPsec and OpenVPN tunnels

Inexpensive PPTP / IPsec VPN router with Gigabit Ethernet ports

Very fast Gigabit Ethernet router based on Vyatta code running on dual-core Cavium CPU

Marvell-based AC1900 class router with Gigabit Ethernet ports and USB 3.0 / eSATA storage sharing

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Date added2014-06-102014-05-122014-04-162014-04-13
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Features
Type WiredWiredWiredAC
Port Speed 10/100/100010/100/100010/100/100010/100/1000
WAN Ports2181
LAN Ports4484
CPUCavium CN5020 @ 300 MHz1 GHz Cavium Octeon IIMarvell Armada XP @ 1.2 GHz
SwitchBroadcom BCM53125MAtheros AR8035 PHY (x3)Marvell 88E6172
RAM (MB)128
?
2048256
Flash (MB)32
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4096128
FirmwareV1.0.2.061.2.2 Build 140422 Rel.33638n1.4.01.1.7.160177
Storage Share
Printer Share
USB 3.0
Travel Router
Notes- One WAN port can be switched to hardware DMZ
- Supports One-to-One NAT
- Eight total ports that can be assigned to any interface (WAN, LAN, etc.)
- Two ports are combo RJ45/SFP
WAN
Static
Dynamic
PPPoE
PPTP
?
L2TP
?
WWAN
?
Failover
?
Load Balance
?
Aggregation
?
IPv6
DDNS
LAN
DHCP Reserve
VLAN
Port Control
Firewall
Port Triggers
?
DMZ
?
URL Block
?
Service Block
?
Schedules
?
Firewall Notes
QoS
Type BothB/WNonePriority
Direction BothBothUpBoth
Auto
?
Wireless
Class NoneNoneNoneAC1900
Band N/AN/AN/ABoth
# of 2.4 GHz streams3
# of 5 GHz streams3
# of Radios2
Radio 1N/AN/AN/A2.4 GHz: Marvell 88W8864
Radio 2N/AN/AN/A5 GHz: Marvell 88W8864
FCC IDN/AN/AN/AQ87-WRT1900AC
AntennaN/AN/AN/AExternal dual-band dipole (x4)
Antenna Upgradeable
?
?
ConnectorN/AN/AN/ARP-SMA
WPS
?
?
RADIUS
?
?
MU-MIMO
?
?
?
?
Mesh
?
?
?
?
Wireless Bridge
?
?
Schedule
?
?
SSID #
?
?
02
DFS
?
?
?
?
NotesSupports Wireless Bridge and Repeater mode with no WDS
VPN
PPTP
?
IPsec
?
L2TP
?
SSL
?
OpenVPN
?
?
?
?
NotesSupports OpenVPN, IPsec is client to site only
Travel
Power USBUSBUSBN/A
USB Power
?
?
?
?
Battery
?
?
?
?
AP
?
?
?
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Repeater
?
?
?
?
Hot Spot
?
?
?
?
DMZ
?
?
?
?
Port forwarding
?
?
?
?
Notes
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