Vigor 2135 Series Draytek presents a new broadband Router
The manufacturer of network solutions, Draytek adds to its range of broadband Router models, the Vigor 2135 series. The Highlight of the new product series supports two simultaneous VPN tunnels, the appliances are suitable for the home office.
Draytek is expanding its Portfolio of broadband services routers, the Vigor 2135 series. It consists of the base model Vigor 2135, the Wi-Fi variant of Vigor 2135ac, the Vigor 2135Vac with Wi-Fi and FXS for telephony and the Vigor 2135FVac, which has a SFP WAN Port. This can be omitted under certain circumstances, the media Converter to the fiber – optic provider, if this is terminated on SFP. Furthermore, it should be a built-in Hardware accelerator a WAN throughput of up to 90 MBit/s are possible.
The series is intended according to the manufacturer, especially for customers who have higher demands and is suitable for use behind a media Converter of the respective glass-fiber-provider, or from behind a cable or DSL Modem. One can simplify by Web-Content-filtering, route-policy, application-based Quality of Service (QoS), Smart Home/ SMB use. On the other, the Router to to set up two LAN-to-LAN VPN Tunnel to the office so they are also suitable for the home office. In addition, a wired or wireless is for all Clients that are connected directly to the office without an additional license is required for the Software to Work to implement.
Vigor 2135ac and Vigor 2135Vac
The Wi-Fi versions of the series, as the Vigor 2135ac and the Vigor 2135Vac, have built-in Access Points with 867 Mbps in 5 GHz and 300 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz frequency band. In addition, the two radio bands can be operated simultaneously. In addition, features such as Band Steering, when the wireless Clients as far as possible to 5 GHz are to be deflected, as well as Roaming and Airtime Fairness are also available. The Vigor 2135-series is equipped with the Central AP Management, via the two Access Points can be centrally managed. The Vigor 2135ac models use the 802.11 ac Wi-Fi Standard, and a separate wire to create a seamless network.