we are currently reaching nearly 400 users and I think we need to redo our strategy from scratch. Some guys are suggesting, that when we will install new router, we should go directly for two new routers - one wich will do queueing/shaping, and the other which will be for NAT purposes only.
However, going thru this conference history, I can see suggestions for separation of shaping and queueing to separate routers.
So, will I gain anything to install additional router which will take care for NAT plus some FW rules only? Could the reasong be that second router would have simpler life with packet marking, because there would be no NAT involved?
Thanks a lot,