Hi all, So we currently offer a custom solution for Routers for larger clients that involves an Alix 2c3 running pfSense and a Linksys AM300 in Halfbridge to it. Works brilliantly most of the time, but to be honest its a right bitch to set up. Cost is approx USD$300 all up (Around NZD$600). The problem is we're looking at taking our product to small businesses on a larger scale, and it would be nice if we knew of a router that was easier to setup than this existing solution. Ive been looking into Cisco, and apparently some models have AutoQoS which can be activated with something like: interface Serial0 bandwidth 256 autoqos voip Now, the only problem is, some Cisco routers cost upto NZD$35,000 (USD$17,000), with most costing NZD$2,000. Thats a little over the price range, even NZD$600 is a lot considering most ADSL routers go for <NZD$100 So, doing some research, Im trying to work out if the Cisco SOHO 97 ADSL Router will support the aforementioned AutoQoS, as it appears the only Cisco product in the <NZD$1,000 range. Following that, Im also keen to try and find a real quick & easy "drop-in" Router solution for QoS. Things like certain Linksys routers / ATA's / IP Phones do basic QoS, but not enough for a business that could potentially saturate its upload by doing something like sending a large email attachment, or a Video Chat in Skype for example. Most ADSL connections in New Zealand have a max of 8m/bit down & 768kbps upload. Actual attained is generally less. So, I figure that surely Im not the only one out there in this position, trying to find a decent ADSL Router that easily does reliable QoS Any thoughts / comments / suggestions / insights would be much appreciated Cheers Chill.