Relatively easy to set up
The Netgear DGN2000 is a highly compact router that's simple to use and relatively easy to set up. It's not the best long-distance performer and you won't find any advanced networking features here, but it offers good parental control options. It's just a shame it costs so much.
The Netgear WGR614 is a standard entry-level wireless router. Folks often choose this model for its sleek design. The WGR614 also has fared well in tests of wireless signal strength, having a potentially longer range than other products in this category. Unfortuantely, some reliability and technical support issues may also exist with this product.
Performs like a higher end unit
The Cisco SA 520 lives up to its Small Business billing, but doesn't meet the requirements for the Pro designation, lacking adequate tools for managing a remote office endpoint for larger infrastructures. Given the specs for the device, that's a shame, because it definitely performs like a higher end unit, offering advanced features including 802.1p, CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol) RADIUS and syslog support.
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