There was a link over on slashdot to a review of the NexLand ISB Pro800 Router. I had never heard of NexLand before, but the device is quite compelling. It is able to do load-balancing for dual broadband connections. If you're like me (unlikely) and have both DSL and a cable modem, this is the way to go! No more hassling with switching the default route on your machines when one provider's service dies.
Posted by jzawodn at June 30, 2002 03:04 PM
# Michael said:
I bought the Nexland Pro800 Turbo for my house and for work. We use DSL and cable at home and Business DSL/T1 at work. We are setting them up this week so my opinion is yet to be formed.
on August 5, 2002 01:53 PM
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