Simon, the setup is 15 workstations, about 4-5 connected devices, one network printer
using 2 Channel T1 (3mbps/3mbps) running on a single WAN from ISP's router + DSL or Cable Connection at 10 to 15mbps down, probably 1-2mbps/up (waiting for this to be installed this week).
I thought I hit jackpot with Netgear FVS336G since it seemed like a perfect device...
Since this is for an office environment, I am going to need something reliable. I already have a DD-WRT router (an Asus router) but there wasn't an easy way to just switch it to a dual WAN setup. There are bunch of scripts to run, and to make changes we need to go back to scripts again. Maybe it is better in newer firmwares.
S.P, It looks like there are few versions of FVS336G. Gv1 and Gv2 http://support.netge...mily/a_id/13333
Amazon lists two different ones see below. One has worse reviews than other, I am not sure if there is a difference in hardware or firmware. You can try the newer firmware, some amazon reviews state that problems were resolved with newer firmware. But even a newer firmware will not fix hardware issues, if there is any.
I have been reading about and getting suggestions from few others to take a look at Peplink
devices. Peplink 20 seem to be a good alternative (Pep 30 adds a 3rd WAN port)ZyXEL ZyWALL USG50
- $234Peplink 20
Netgear FVS336G-200NAS - $218
Netgear FVS336G-100NAS - $332