ADSL router with port isolation?

Discussion in 'Broadband' started by T i m, Sep 24, 2005.

  1. T i m

    T i m Guest

    Hi All,

    I think I spotted an ADSL router the other day that had a tick box
    that I believe 'isolated' each of the ethernet ports from each other?
    I think it might have been called 'gaming mode' or summat? (can't
    remember the make / model though)?

    Would this would allow all users to access the internet but not each
    other (which is what I want).

    If this is the case, if I hung a hub off one of the ports should I be
    able to provide sharing between these PC's whilst still isolating
    machines on the other router ports?

    I'm looking for makes models here please ..?

    All the best ..

    T i m

    p.s. If a router didn't have this as a straight global option, what
    fields would it have to have to provide the same function (isolating
    ports from each other whilst still allowing access to the WAN port)
    please?
     
    T i m, Sep 24, 2005
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  2. Cisco 837
     
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Mark=B2=B3?=, Sep 24, 2005
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  3. T i m

    T i m Guest

    Nice, but ~£600! (£125 on eBay might be dooable though ...) ?

    Cheers Mark ;-)

    T i m

    p.s. Does it have a decent user friendly interface or will I also need
    the Borg implant to configure it (as with other Cisco kit)?
     
    T i m, Sep 24, 2005
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  4. There are GUI setup tools such as SDM and CRWS, which are available from
    the Cisco site; however individual switch port configuration can only be
    done from the command line as far as I know. (I've only ever used cli ;-) )
     
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Mark=B2=B3?=, Sep 24, 2005
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  5. T i m

    P H Guest

    Draytek 2600plus has a VLAN option for each of the 4 Ethernet ports. How
    well it works I couldn't tell you as I haven't used that option.

    73's Phill H
     
    P H, Sep 25, 2005
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  6. T i m

    T i m Guest

    Looks good Phill (if not a touch pricey).

    Thanks for that .. 10:10

    T i m ;-)
     
    T i m, Sep 25, 2005
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  7. T i m

    [L.] Guest

    Works just fine here.

    I believe the Ozenda http://www.ozenda.com/ also has the same
    function.

    L.
     
    [L.], Sep 26, 2005
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