Catalogue » Computers & Accessories » Networking Devices » Product details
Price comparison product image DrayTek Vigor 2860N VDSL / ADSL Router Firewall with Wireless N & 6 Gigabit Ports & 3G

DrayTek Vigor 2860N VDSL / ADSL Router Firewall with Wireless N & 6 Gigabit Ports & 3G

by DrayTek
New from:
£534.87
Used from:
£179.50
Shipping:
see website
Prices may incl. VAT *
Last refresh Apr/07/2018 03:37 PM
or
or
EAN
4716779074680
Brand
DrayTek

The Vigor 2860n is the router/firewall which can support either ADSL or VDSL (BT Infinity/FTTC). This makes the Vigor 2860 ideal for users with ADSL now who might upgrade to VDSL later. Alternative WAN ports can instead provide connectivity to Ethernet feeds, secondary xDSL modems or a 3G cellular service using a USB adaptor. This latest router series includes support for professional features such as VLAN tagging, Gigabit Ethernet built-in WiFi ('n' models). Packed with professional-level features, the Vigor 2860 series offers truly comprehensive DSL connectivity and security. Compatible with all UK variants of ADSL (including ADSL2+ and Annex M), VDSL and VDSL2, the Vigor 2860 can also be used for cable-modem, leased line and EFM applications using its Gigabit Ethernet WAN port. On VDSL, the Vigor 2860 series supports the very latest services for speeds up to 80Mb/s (depending on line quality and length). A 6-port Gigabit Ethernet switch on the LAN side provides high speed connectivity for your server, other local PCs or for up-link to a larger Ethernet switch. Comprehensive security features include content filtering, web application controls and an object based firewall management system. The Vigor 2860's built in DSL interface will connect to either an ADSL or VDSL line. If you have a second line (of either type) you can add an additional modem (or your existing modem from your other line) to the Vigor 2860's Ethernet WAN ports. You can set the two lines up in load balancing mode, where traffic is split across both of them, or into failover mode, where the other DSL line only kicks-in if your primary DSL line fails (or vice versa). ADSL makes a particularly good method of failover for VDSL because they are delivered differently. VDSL service is provided and powered by a cabinet in your street - that's where the line terminates. ADSL service, on the other hand, comes all the way from your local exchange, which could be miles away and is powered from...

Latest products for Price Comparison

* The prices and shipping costs may have changed since the last update. It is technically not possible to update the prices in real time. The time of purchase on the Website of the seller is used as the reference.