From your statement, initial question and later information you've provided, and inferring a possible lack of expertise(?), your project appears it might benefit from external consultation if you're unable to obtain the necessary expertise internally.
There's a bit more to setting up a WAN, especially one that meets the goals you set for it, then just selecting a suitable WAN router. For example, suitable for what? Data, voice, video streaming, and graphic applications (etc.) all might have unique requirements beyond just a user count.
For just the question "What type of router is good and reliable for WAN connectivity?", I've found Cisco's brand to generally both be "good" and "reliable" for WAN conectivity. Also often true with their L2 and L3 switches too. The latter, L3 switches, could also be of interest even for a WAN. (NB: Disclaimer: I don't generally sell any software/hardware, nor do I have now, or in the past, any special relationship with Cisco.)
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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