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Hello,

I would like to replace my current rounter with a new one. The reason is that I need a 802.11n or 802.11g router that has the following features:


1. Built-in FTP server (either by built-in harddisk or 2,5 replacable disk)
2. Built-in SIP support (1 or 2 phone jacks for internet phones)
3. Built-in HTTP server (optional, would be nice if it has this too)
4. USB ports


I found this DLINK All-in-One router DIR-685 router which looks good but missing SIP support.

Any suggestions :-)
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-04-2010, 06:25 AM
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Porter Cable makes several nice units, though none that fit your requirements.
This is a forum about woodworking routers, but thanks for stopping by.
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I sincerely hope that this guy wasn't serious. If he was, and he votes, we're in trouble!
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what do you mean routafinger? why not??
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The site is always getting requests for help regarding modems and routers.
I think t5he posters aren't paying attention when they get here or are just being thick, or a [email protected]&&

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sorry I meant VOIP and not SIP
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what do you mean routafinger? why not??
This person might be serious!
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rountafinger: explain and I will answer? what makes you shocked??????
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Try the link below for help with your router
just select your OS from the left side of the web page

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rountafinger: explain and I will answer? what makes you shocked??????
Thanks for giving me the chance to get my post #'s up.
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