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Here, if you're a little skeptical and reluctant to go the extra $30 you can read a good review about it:
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/rev...gemax_wndr3700
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This Asus router is a BEAST it has 128MB of ram and a 533Mhz processor with full DDWRT support! I think its one of the most powerful "home" routers on the market, and won't break the bank. It could easily handle business use I'm pretty sure. Asus also says it can handle 300,000 connections!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833320038

http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Asus_RT-N16
I'll second this. I own one, and it seems like it would be a great option considering what you want and what you want to spend.
    
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It certainly has good reviews. I'm just worried about a potentially heavy workload, but I guess you get what you pay for. If I can't find anything else, I'll go for it. And if it proves to be insufficient, I'll fork out the money for something enterprise related. It does seem to fit all the criteria though... reliable, fast, and 256 port forwards. And gigabit.
It's got 256megs of ram and 1ghz processor. I think it's going to do just fine!
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300,000 connections, good lord!

Looks pretty nice, thanks for the link.

I've had pluses and minuses with my previous experience with DD-WRT. On the plus side, it had every feature I could imagine and more. Management was extremely easy. On the minus side, it seems to have killed my WRT-54G router after a couple of months of use, so I had to switch back to the craptastic netgear.

EDIT: I started this reply before the other 5 responses appeared... will check out your links as well Kaiga, thanks!
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