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Re: [Other] draytek 2920n vs 2930n - what is the difference?
said by robroth:
I need to order a dual WAN router to replace a Draytek 2820n (a DSL version). What is the difference between the 2920n and the 2930n? They are about the same price.
WAN ports: 1 100BASE-T, 1 gigabit
LAN ports: 4 gigabit
Hi-speed USB port supports USB printers, storage devices and modems
VPN tunnels: 32 PPTP/IPSec/L2TP/L2TP over IPSec, no SSL
WAN ports: 2 100BASE-T
LAN ports: 4 100BASE-T
No USB port
VPN tunnels: 100 PPTP/IPSec/L2TP/L2TP over IPSec, 30 SSL
I just checked the 2920n was out of stock.
Re: Router with full blown DHCP implemetation?
Thanks, it seems each has pluses and minuses. I wasn't sure if one was a newer model with better hardware and thruput.
I guess I'll go with the 2920n. I found it in stock at one vendor. I tried to order today from Guideband... they initially said they could get one, but it would take six weeks, so I ordered. Then they emailed saying nevermind, they've stopped carrying Draytek and can't order it.
If Strowger is giving up I sincerely hope someone will pick it up. They are, at least up till now, the US distributor after all. But then Draytek has said in the passt that it chose not to expand the US market because it did not want to compete on price.
From: email@example.com [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, April 01, 2011 3:29 PM
Subject: Regarding your order for Vigor 2920n router
We are sorry to inform you that we are discontinuing the Draytek product
line, meaning we will no longer be getting any of their products unless
the order is in a large quantity. Even so, the orders will have 6-8 weeks
lead time and the price will be 25% more than standard MSRP.
Regarding the order made earlier today, we are out of stock on the
Vigor 2920n's and the since you ordered 1, we will not be able to get it
for you. Can I offer you an alternative, which is the Vigor 2920 router?
Everything is the same with the 2920 except that it does not support