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By rusty122366 ·
I am currently using a Netgear RT328 in a small office for ISDN internet connection. I need to have more NAT translations then the 8 the router provides. We are about to switch to cable access and am thinking of using NT to handle routing. Anyone care to comment on the pros and cons?

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Get a "real" router

by eBob In reply to Router

(well, that's my $0.02)

A Cisco 1600 or 1700 series router with IOS 12.0 or better and an ISDN (PRI or BRI as necessary) module is a wonderful device. Much more secure, and much higher performance than "NT Routing". You'll have a better growth path, and greater inter-operability, too.

NAT/PAT up to 16K; firewall option (just make sure to meet the minimum RAM spec)

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Thank you

by rusty122366 In reply to Get a "real" router

Thanks for the reply

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Budget concerns

by Unistw In reply to Thank you

If you're worried about spending the $$$ on the Cisco router (I do love Cisco products!, but $$$.) and have an extra NT Server, checkout Winroute Pro by tinysoft at It's a good product and might fit your needs.

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Thanks for the info

by rusty122366 In reply to Budget concerns

Thanks; Ill give it a looksee

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