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Please can anyone suggest a router that can do the port forwarding from an external public IP to different webservers in a LAN. The average bandwidth usage for all servers is ~ 3 Mbps
 

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Try a Porter-Cable router. It can handle pretty heavy requirements. they don't come in wireless, though.
 

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Do people actually not read forums before posting on them??
This thread is full proof that they don't. No research, no search, just jump in and make a fool of yourself!!!:lol:

Hey, somebody should make a cordless (wireless) router. Maybe even Wi-Fi.

Now, if someone comes on here looking for similar info, and at least searches for wireless or wi-fi, they will find this thread and realize they are in the wrong place. But only if they search!:big_boss:
 

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I got a Freud wireless that does 2mbs at 22,000rpm:dance3:
wait, that's when the wired cord is on it I guess. Mine got chewed apart by the mutt
Maybe 0 at 0 right now sitting still:stop:
 

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If only they could! No cords or heavy batteries!! Just a 110 wireless router sitting in the corner of the shop, powering up all your tools!! Yeaa!
 

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I believe with the advances in lithium battery development we will soon see other cordless routers.
 

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Randal, Since Porter Cable is the only company to produce a cordless router (as far as I know) and used NiCads or NMH's I really don't think it is "old tech." I know there are cordless Dremel and RotoZips but to my way of thinking they do not have the capacity for most routing jobs.
 

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Did you click on the link? Not much different then cordless screwdrivers or drills, the idea is just recycled. All it really is, is an increase in speed.
 
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