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(Not really a router as the title suggests, but it fits roughly into this category)
The Vigor 120 is a modem able to bridge on to Ethernet.
Here are some notes on the device:
*Information about access the Vigor 120 is [http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/kb_vigor100_setup.html here] (default IP is
*[http://www.draytek.com.tw/user/SupportFAQDetail.php?ID=2013 Modem code options]
== IPV6 problems on Firmware ==
*The [http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/download/readme_v120.txt release notes] for say "Corrected: IPv6 connection fails when the modem is in PPPoA mode". Version before this will result in IPv6 being corrupted.
*Download firwmare from [http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/downloads.html Draytek]
== Firewall/router software ==
If you're looking for a firewall/router platform, the Vigor 120 works well with [http://pfSense.org pfSense] on both 20CN and 21CN BT ADSL lines. pfSense does not yet have IPv6 support in the current release version (2.0.1 as of 16 May 2012). The development snapshots for 2.1 do support IPv6. You might also want to look at [http://m0n0.ch/wall/ MonoWall], a sister project of pfSense. Both projects are built on FreeBSD Unix and setup and management is done in your web browser.
[[Category:ADSL]][[Category:3rd Party Routers|Vigor]][[Category:Modem 120]]

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