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Vigor2862Vac

Multi-WAN VDSL2/ADSL2+ router with 1 x configurable GbE WAN/LAN port, 4 x GbE LAN ports, SPI Firewall, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, VoIP and 32 x VPN tunnels including 16 x SSL-VPN

  • VDSL2/ADSL2+, 1 x configurable GbE WAN/LAN port, dual USB ports for failover and load-balancing
  • Two USB 2.0 ports for connection to two 3.5G/4G LTE USB mobiles, FTP server and network printer
  • 4 x Gigabit LAN ports with multiple subnets and 50,000 NAT sessions
  • Integrated IEEE 802.11ac (AC2000) wireless Access Point; dual band; up to 1.7Gbps throughput
  • IPv6 & IPv4
  • Increased IP addresses (1022) and IP subnets (8)
  • VoIP (2 x FXS and 1 x FXO Line Port) for Vigor2862Vac
  • Object-based SPI Firewall and CSM (Content Security Management) for network security
  • 16 x VLANs for secure and efficient workgroup management
  • 32 x VPN tunnels (including 16 x SSL VPN tunnels) with Load Balance and Redundancy
  • Fast VPN throughput, VPN load-balancing and backup for site-to-site applications
  • High Availability mode
  • Embedded Central VPN Management for 8 remote Vigor routers
  • Central AP Management for deployment of multiple wireless VigorAPs
  • Works with Smart Monitor Network Traffic Analyzer (30-nodes)
  • Works with VigorACS 2 Central Management for multi-site deployment
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Vigor2762Vac

VDSL2/ADSL2+ router with 1 x configurable GbE WAN/LAN port, 3 x GbE LAN ports, SPI Firewall, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and 2 x VPN tunnels including 2 x SSL-VPN

  • 1 x VDSL2/ADSL2+ WAN port
  • 1 x configurable GbE WAN/LAN port
  • 3 x GbE LAN ports with 50,000 NAT sessions
  • 2 x USB ports for 3G/4G LTE mobile broadband access, USB printer and storage
  • VDSL2 vectoring
  • IPv6 & IPv4
  • Object-based SPI Firewall, CSM (Content Security Management) and QoS for network security
  • 2 x VPN tunnels including 2 x SSL-VPN tunnels
  • Integrated IEEE 802.11ac (AC1200)  wireless Access Point
  • SIP VoIP (2 x FXS ports)
  • Works with VigorACS 2 (Central Management System)
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VigorNIC 132F

VDSL2/ADSL2+ PCI Express NIC with SPI Firewall and SFP secondary WAN port

  • 1 x VDSL2/ADSL2+ WAN port
  • 1 x SFP port for optic fibre or UTP interface module
  • VDSL2 vectoring
  • Bridging for VDSL2 and ADSL2+
  • Object-oriented SPI Firewall
  • IPv6 & IPv4
  • Support Windows 8, Windows 10 & Ubuntu
  • Multi-PVC for triple-play application
  • VigorACS 2 management system
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Vigor130

VDSL2/ADSL2+ modem/router with 1 GbE LAN port and SPI Firewall

  • 1 x VDSL2/ADSL2+ WAN port
  • 1 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN port
  • VDSL2 vectoring
  • Bridging for VDSL2 and ADSL2+
  • Object-oriented SPI Firewall
  • IPv6 & IPv4
  • Works with VigorACS 2 management system
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DrayTek Solution for VDSL2 Connection (FTTN/FTTB)

One scenario we will look at is for a business which was originally on an ADSL service and had a PSTN phone line.  The business also has VPN connections to branch offices as well as dial-in VPN for its sales staff visiting clients.

Existing ADSL Installation

When transitioned to the NBN, the business was connected to VDSL2 and was supplied an all in one router which had Wi-Fi capability as well as a phone connection. The phone settings are locked to the supplied router. However, the ISP supplied router does not have business level features such as VPN, firewall security, user management, Quality of Service etc. This prevented branch offices and sales staff from access the main office network via VPN. The topology of the new network is shown in the diagram below.

ISP supplied router with basic functionality

To overcome the limitations imposed by the ISP supplied router, a DrayTek router is installed on the network directly connected to the NBN. This provides all the connectivity requirements for the business.  However, since the phone service is no longer being delivered by PSTN but is now being provided as a VoIP service which is locked into the ISP supplied router. Since the existing phone number is still required, the business is forced to use the ISP supplied router. The solution here is to place the ISP supplied router in the DMZ of the DrayTek router. This allows the phone services to be retained while using the business functions of the DrayTek router. The new network topology is shown in the diagram below:

Solution using DrayTek VDSL2 router

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