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    i have two network: the first with win 2003 server and 25 stations with win xp pro, the second with red hat linux and 5 stations with windows xp pro. i want to go out on internet with all stations. my ISP give one ADSL connection 1.5/mb/s. i have to set up one router but i don’t know how. can you give to me a recommmendation for router, how to configure router or some other solution?
    thanks

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