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Old 3rd October 2005, 22:57   #1
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The access point (AP) comes with five switched Fast Ethernet ports and no
less than four of them can be used to provide simultaneous Internet
access. You can add four ADSL or cable modems, enter their respective ISP
login details and the AP will perform load balancing across all WAN ports
in use. If any fail then all traffic will be switched to the active WAN
links. Standard hacker protection is provided by NAT and an SPI firewall
to which you can add custom packet filtering rules and apply them to
specific ports. You can also stop wireless traffic from being passed to
the LAN ports allowing you to isolate wireless users and restrict them to
accessing only the WAN port.

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