Good day everyone, I have a few clients that are looking to replace their current 5 year old router and I have kind of sold them on a VPN for remote access instead of punching holes through the firewall for VNC, RDP, etc, which scares the hell outta me. I am looking for suggestions on a router that is standard VPN (the reason I say standard is I am fighting with xauth on a sonicwall and trying to connect mac/linux to it without the need to purchase software. ). The client will be running their mix of windows/mac and I would like to connect without the need of extra software. (IPSEC, PPTP, etc) I need this to be easy enough that once the router setup is done, the client can configure their own network connection in windows/mac. I have been out of the retail space for a while, but I do see a few VPN routers from netgear, linksys etc. I do not want to break the bank, my clients are generally not looking to spend over $200 on a device. Should it work the way they want/need with the ease that I can promise them, they may go larger scale and connect their few offices together, but most routers would support that if they have VPN in them at all (from what I see). Any suggestions, I would be very much open to them. and....why doesnt the $200 airport extreme not do this?