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Do you have any recommendations for routers in that regard?
I find the relatively expensive Draytek Vigor ADSL routers very good;
e.g. the 2600G. http://www.seg.co.uk
The feature which made me choose them may not be relevant to many users:
the router itself supports a Virtual Private Network. So you can set up
a network that you can connect to safely from anywhere, or set up two
locations with networks which work as a single network, although
obviously communication across the VPN is slower than local traffic.