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HELLFIRE
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join:2009-11-25
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reply to scottp99

Re: [HELP] Re:Cisco WRVS4400N / Bandwidth Upgrade Speed question

I'd start with checking SmallNet Builder to see what this piece of kit can do.

Also (and this is my personal opinion), unless you have a list of the IPS signatures the device is running,
and are running something that will be protected by the IPS, then you're just going to end up with
piss-poor performance, false-positives out the ying-yang and a MAJOR migrane.

My 00000010bits

Regards

scottp99

join:2010-12-11

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Im just afraid my router will be overloaded and loose great performance...So what the heck....I will just disable IPS as long as the Firewall is enabled and thats that. I do not want to take the "risk" UNLESS, I can say to my ISP that I want to back out of this upgrade plan.

So my ISP asked me (which was very nice of them) that will my router support this kind of speed from 15Mbps to 20Mbps. So again, with the IPS disabled, will this router handle it? Plus, I DO NOT have other machines on my network that communicates with the router, only this one. Thats it.