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Im curious if anyone here has swapped out their 2wire router for something else?

Im not digging the management console and i need better policy rules and the ability to connect via https (which this router is lacking).

Any suggestions? If you want to point me to a FAQ or link feel free. :)

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I've ditched my 2wire modem a long time ago to a NetCom but it only offers HTTP for remote web administration no HTTPS. I did a bit of researching on the net but could not find any modem that is cable of using HTTPS for remote web administration.

Perhaps someone here in these forums might have the answer.

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Im curious if anyone here has swapped out their 2wire router for something else?

Im not digging the management console and i need better policy rules and the ability to connect via https (which this router is lacking).

Any suggestions? If you want to point me to a FAQ or link feel free. :)

Wow, no one ? :(

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Hi D1g1ta1,

It took me a while, but I have finally found what you are after

Linksys WRT10N

http://www.linksysbycisco.com/ANZ/en/promo...-Step-WRT610N-2

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I dont think that will replace the 2wire DSL modem. Im looking elsewhere for answers and will reply back with additional info.. Thanks for the help thou :)

What do you mean, that router will not replace the 2wire DSL modem? That router has https in it? Are you after other features?

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Im curious if anyone here has swapped out their 2wire router for something else?

Im not digging the management console and i need better policy rules and the ability to connect via https (which this router is lacking).

Any suggestions? If you want to point me to a FAQ or link feel free. :)

I believe the NetGear FVS338 will allow for remote management via the Internet and HTTPS. I ran this router for years without issue just prior to upgrading to pfSense.

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