VPN routers

By jeff_james75182 ·
Could anyone suggest a vpn router for a small business/home that I can do pppoe , vpn , and have at least 2 devices on the router with their own unique wan address? ( I can't use portforwarding for this )

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2 WAN lines or a pool of WAN addresses?

by CG IT In reply to VPN routers

which do you have 2 seperate WAN connections or did you get a pool of 2 addresses from you ISP?

The type of router you get is determined by your internet connection or connections from your ISP.

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by jeff_james75182 In reply to 2 WAN lines or a pool of ...

It's only one connection. I actually have 6 addresses , 2 of which I am wanting to use at this time. I'm not sure how to go about it though. Right now I have a Westell 327w modem/router connected to the internet in bridged mode with a linksys BEFVP41 behind it being used as a router as well as a vpn router. The situation I have is I can use the public ip addresses if I take the linksys out and only use the westell but then I have no vpn. Any thoughts ?

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