Brand Router for all types and scenarios

The router is connected to two or more data lines from different IP networks. When a data packet enters one of the lines, the router reads the network address information in the packet header to determine the final destination. Then, use the information in its routing table or routing strategy to direct the packet to the next network in its journey.

Routers can provide connections within the enterprise, between the enterprise and the Internet, or between Internet Service Provider (ISP) networks.

The largest routers interconnect various ISPs or may be used in large corporate networks. Smaller routers usually provide connections for typical home and office networks. Different types of routers can be used for different needs.

A router is a device that connects two or more network devices. It acts as a gateway between networks. It is a dedicated intelligent network device that reads the address in each data packet and then decides how to transmit it. In this list, check the AR G3 routers, Enterprise integrated branch routers, service provider edge routers and small business routers, to meet small to large business needs.