2 Gigabit Ethernet WAN ports 2 USB ports for 3G/4G modem or extra storage Up to 4 WAN for Load Balancing or Failover Built-in 802.11ac Wave 2 dual-band Wi-FI, delivers speed up to 1733Mbps + 300Mbps 50 Simultaneous VPN Tunnels, including up to 25 SSL VPN SPI Firewall with Content Filtering by URL Keyword, Category, and Apps Central Management for VigorAP & Vigor Switch Support DrayDDNS Vigor2926 Series is a Dual WANs broadband security firewall router. It ensures a steady Internet connectivity with its multi-WAN accesses. There are two Gigabit Ethernet WAN ports and two USB ports to which 3G/4G/LTE USB modems can be attached. Up to 4 WAN connections can be active simultaneously to do load balancing or failover. VIgor2926 Series is not only a reliable Internet gateway, but also a versatile firewall gateway and VPN server, it also covers comprehensive LAN management features, such as VLAN, Bandwidth Management, Quality of Service, DNS control, which makes it a perfect solution for a small and medium-sized business network. WAN Load Balancing & Failover Vigor2926 Series has two Gigabit Ethernet WAN ports that can be used for any types of connection, 3G/4G/LTE USB modem can also be attached to the two USB ports on the router to add a backup wireless connectivity. In fact, all of the WAN interfaces can be configured to operated in either Load Balancing mode, which will be active all the time, or in Failover mode, which will be active only when detecting connection loss or heavy load on the primary connection. On Vigor2926 Series, Load Balancing can be set in either IP-based mode, which means the packets destined to different IP address will be distributed across different WANs; or in Session-based mode, which means the packets belong to different sessions can take different paths, this allows a multiple-session connection to be established across multiple WANs, and the maximum data rate will be all the WAN's bandwidth combination. Policy-based Load Balancing is also supported so that you may specify the path for some certain packets.