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router to support seperate networks

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Old July 27th 04, 04:07 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
Julian Knight
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Default router to support seperate networks

From jas on 27/Jul/2004 00:08:

are there any of the standard type adsl broandband routers that offer
seperate network support ... i have the need to share a single adsl feed
for 2 seperate companies that for their own reasons dont want to be on
the same network

Some of the Draytek Vigor routers support virtual networks and bandwidth
management too - certainly the 2600 series do.

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