I have quite a large network at my home / office supporting all the usual stuff plus CCTV, audio distribution, VOIP, and a number of workstations and printers. The network includes 4 switches and and 5 clustered WAPs
I live out in the sticks and ADSL2+ via BT is the best I can get and provides about 9.5meg despite my very long line. I am currently using a Billion 8800NL with the Wi-Fi switched off as it seems to manage to sync faster than anything else I have tried and hangs onto the long line 24/7. However I suspect I am pushing the Billion's switch, router and firewall beyond its comfort zone with the amount of traffic it is having to deal with especially on the LAN side.
Can anyone recommend a semi commercial modem / switch / router with good long line performance, relatively straight forward set-up but most importantly, robust and powerful router and switch sections?
I don't need Wi-Fi but accept that I may have to just turn it off as most better routers seem to include it. I am also not adverse to splitting the modem away from a separate router / firewall.
Thanks in anticipation.