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Vigor 2710
  • ADSL/ADSL2+ Router
  • Compatible with ADSL, ADSL Max, ADSL2+ & Annex M
  • Wireless - 802.11n Wireless LAN ('n' models)
  • Twin VoIP Phone Ports with POTS passthrough (2710Vn only)
  • NAS Facility - Add a USB memory key for shared LAN
    storage/access (Requires USB Memory)
  • USB Printer Port to share/access a printer
  • Object based Firewall
  • Content Filtering & Access Control
  • 4-Port 10/100BaseT Ethernet Switch
  • Wireless On/Off & WPS Buttons ('n' model only)
  • WMM - WiFi multimedia ('n' model only)
  • Easy configuration, monitoring & control from web-interface
  • Dial-Out VPN Facilities
  • PC Advisor Wireless Router of the year 2011
    PC Advisor Award 2011 PC Advisor Magazine Gold Award March 2010
This product has been discontinued. Please look at the Vigor 2760 instead.
 



Overview

 

EOL: This product has been superseded by the Vigor 2760.

 

Vigor 2710 Series ADSL Router/Firewall

The DrayTek Vigor 2710 Series ADSL2/2+ routers are designed to be the ideal ADSL-sharing and firewall device for to the SoHo (Small Office / Home) user. They combine compatibility with all UK ADSL line types together with performance, features and price into an attractive, relible and easy-to-use product, with the pedigree and thoughtful design DrayTek are renowned for. Wireless (WiFi) and VoIP equipped models further enhance the flexibility of the router and outgoing VPN makes it ideal as a teleworker router for your home VPN link to your main office.

A new style case for this range provides stylish looks and space saving design, allowing upright desk usage or wall-mounting. Cleverly conceived cable entry points also minimise the overall size of the unit.

The USB port can be used to connect a compatible USB printer too so that PCs on your network (wireless or wired) can all share access to that printer. If you want NAS (Network Attached Storage) you can connect a USB memory stick or USB hard drive to store files for everyone on your LAN or remote users to access by FTP or Windows file sharing.

Note: If you want to connect multiple USB devices at once, you will need to add a powered USB hub (not supplied).