I'm currently a happy owner of an RB433 router, which I use at home. I'm on a 110/5 Mbit cable Internet connection at the moment, which means my connection speed gets effectively limited by my router (the modem itself is a gigabit Cisco EPC3000 and the switch is a gigabit Linksys), part because the Ethernet ports aren't fast enough, and part because the CPU can't handle the throughput.
I am planning on upgrading my line to a 200/10 Mbit line in the somewhat near future, which means I'll need to get a new router to see anything close to those speeds. I need your advice on which would be the most appropriate model to get. This is what the new router has to be able to handle performance-wise:
- Sustained 200 Mbit/s throughput from ether1 to ether2 (I use Bittorrent quite extensively)
- Two separate LANs
- About 50 or so firewall rules
- About 10 NAT rules
- Extensive QoS mangle rules
- A couple of queue trees
- Wireless access point (I have an R2N wifi card installed)
- Usual non-intensive stuff like DHCP server etc.
What would you guys recommend?
Edit: Forgot to mention a few things.