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What is the best VPN router for mid size company?

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Like in the title "What is the beat VPN router for mid size company?"
I read so many negative posts about Linksys and Netgear.
I was told that the Juniper Networks SSG 5 or 20 would be a good pick.
What would be your and why?
We run right now Linksys, but they are not the fastest and had to be exchanged every so often. Not to mention periodical rebooting.
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How many employees are we talking here? Or better yet, how many concurrent connections?

Edited by Gravity Gripp, 15 January 2008 - 06:27 AM.

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I have some of the latest netgear rotuers and have had no problems with them so far. The setting up for one of the was a bit complicted thoe but we got that sorted pretty easy and they work fine for us

But yes, how many connections / computers sre you currently running??

Because if it's about 1 - 4 you can get away with just one router

4- 12 you could get away with a router and a few switches

Hope this helps

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