I use a Draytek Vigor 120 (I'm in the UK, but it most certainly will work
for you aswell). This is a self-contained ADSL modem that presents a
PPPoE interface to your PC or server via a conventional RJ45 connector.
It is painless and past firmware hiccups accepted, performs very well
I use it in preference to anything because it does not get you embroiled
in PCI device driver support and it doesn't NAT or otherwise screw with
the conenction - you get 'the internet' and nothing more.
The only downside is it is not cheap. I think I paid around 50 GBP.
On Thu, March 11, 2010 10:42 am, Michael Doyle wrote:
> I am looking for advice regarding DSL Modems:
> I need to add a computer to our VPN which is implemented using the
> FreeBSD IPSEC protocols.
> So far, all our sites are connected using a wireless point-to-point
> link provided by our ISP that
> gives us fixed IP addresses with no NAT issues.
> Now I need to add a site with a DSL link. My ISP will give me a fixed
> IP address for this site
> but can anyone recommend a DSL modem (ADSL2) that will be easy to
> configure with this
> setup ? (The previous model I used successfully for this purpose is no
> longer available)