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Which one?

I have four servers connected to the internet by one 100mbit dedicated connection (Fast Ethernet). I only have one public IP and i want to host game servers on all servers. I bought one Linksys RV082, but it starts lagging a lot when connected to all servers, i only works with 2 servers. I need one router that can handle all servers.

PS: I only have one public IP, so i need to setup 4 port-ranges (UDP & TCP) forwarding...

MAX 5000 packets/sec (per server)

eg.:

public-ip: 1.2.3.4

port range | lan-ip

20000-20999| 192.168.0.2

21000-21999| 192.168.0.3

22000-22999| 192.168.0.4

23000-23999| 192.168.0.5

4 REPLIES

Re: Which one?

An 831 router or PIX 501 would handle the job nicely. Please see the links below.

831 Router

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps380/ps4873/index.html

PIX 501

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/ps2031/index.html

Hope this helps.

Brandon

New Member

Re: Which one?

Thanks for reply.

Is there any other routers with more "power"?

Re: Which one?

The next step up would be the 1800 series, but I think that would be overkill for your application.

Brandon

New Member

Re: Which one?

I've been searching and i saw that 2650XM performance can get up to 50Kpps, would that be a good option?

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