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Cable/xDSL Internet Wireless Sharing Gateway
Manufacturer: MaxGate/Umax Price: $200 
Read Our Review18 Opinions from Users 
Single LAN port UG3200P with 802.11b wireless access point included. [Maxgate is now out of business.]
Cayman 2E-H-W11 Wireless Router
Manufacturer: Cayman Price: $499 
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- PRISM II based 802.11b wireless router with 40 bit WEP & 8 port hub
- No MAC address association control
- 60% WEP enabled throughput decrease
- Supports non TCP/IP bridging and bandwidth control
Check Point Safe@Office 500w
Manufacturer: Check Point Price: $321 
3 Opinions from Users 
Security threats in 2006 are a lot more than just a regular off-the-shelf firewall can handle. That's where a new generation of integrated router security appliances, offering what's known as unified threat management, come into play.
Colubris Networks CN1050 Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: Colubris Price: $799 
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This product -- actually a router for providing wireless Internet access to the masses -- lacks a few things bigger businesses might like, but offers up a wealth of security options that should keep most SMBs quite happy.
Compex NetPassage 15 Broadband Internet Router
Manufacturer: Compex Price: $125 
12 Opinions from Users 
integrated with a 5-port 10/100Mbps dual speed repeater; the NetPassage 15A version is integrated with a 4-port 10/100Mbps fast Ethernet switch
Compex NetPassage 16 Broadband Internet Gateway
Manufacturer: Compex Price: $129.99 
Read Our Review5 Opinions from Users 
Although advertised as a broadband Internet connection sharing product, the NetPassage 16 has much more to offer such as wireless support and features that support scalability and fault tolerance.
Concourse Networking Gateway
Manufacturer: Panasonic Price: $250 
Read Our Review28 Opinions from Users 
Fast Ethernet/HomePNA2 combo router with optional Sharewave Whitecap wireless capability (not 802.11b compatible).
Handles port range mapping, but no DMZ or access controls.
D-Link 3G Mobile Router DIR-450
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $230 
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The DIR-450 is a traditional router with many of D-Link's advanced features. The difference is that instead of an Ethernet WAN port, there's a PC card slot to accommodate an EV-DO card.
D-Link AirPlus Enhanced 2.4GHz Wireless Router
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $129.99 
Read Our Review89 Opinions from Users 
This so-called "802.11b+" product nearly doubles the previous Wi-Fi speed, but better yet, the throughput when interoperating with existing 11Mbps clients is increased as well.
D-Link AirPlus Xtreme G High-Speed 2.4GHz Wireless Router
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $149 
Read Our Review22 Opinions from Users 
The D-Link AirPlus Xtreme G wireless router is similar to the company's other routers -- in a good way -- and this one jumps on the high-speed 802.11g bandwagon.
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