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> Hi All,
> I'm setting up a dual-ISP setup at home (cable modem and ADSL) and am
> shopping around a dual-ISP-capable firewall box.
> Ideally, I'd like the box to be able to handle:
> 1) DMZ (at least one zone) because I'll be hooking up a gaming server
> off of this router
> 2) Static and Dynamic NAT
> 3) Load balancing (combining and treating the two ISPs like a single,
> large data pipe both in and out) for those computers not in the DMZ
> (that computer is getting a static IP).
> 4) Web-manageable (not Cisco PIX CLI)
> I'm thinking like the Firebox X500 + Fireware Pro or Sonic Wall TZ-170
> +SonicOS Upgrade maybe.
> I'm open to all ideas; the cheaper, the better.