Allows OpenVPN clients running on employees’ laptops, smartphones, and tablets to connect to the offices using two-factor authentication.
Supports WAN Failover, which allows a business to continue its network operation when one of its WAN connections to the Internet fails.
Aggregates bandwidths of both WAN connections to achieve a higher Internet bandwidth than what a single WAN connection can provide.
Supports URL filtering and access rules that allow administrator to further regulate the traffic within the business network based on the services (i.e. TCP/UDP ports) and source/destination IP addresses.
Keeps resources in different SSIDs/VLANs separated, while allowing specified traffic to traverse between VLANs with inter-VLAN routing.
Allows small business owners to deploy and manage the routers without professional IT staff onsite.