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One or more packet-switched networks or subnetworks can be connected using a router. We deal with all the major Router brands like CISCO, DELL, and JUNIPER. 


Wi-Fi access point

In order to enable wireless network connections for PCs and other devices equipped with Wi-Fi adapters, the majority of routers aimed at the consumer and SMB market include an integrated Wi-Fi access point (AP). To increase the router’s range, you can buy more APs. A standalone AP can also give a wired router WiFi capabilities.


VLANs and multiple SSIDs

Many routers designed for businesses offer more than just a basic wireless guest capability. Using what are known as virtual LANs, they will enable you to build numerous, distinct, personalised networks (VLANs). They will also make it possible for various SSIDs to provide virtual wireless networks.


USB ports

Some consumer- and business-class routers come with a USB port so you can connect an external drive or USB printer to the network. If you don’t already have a network-ready printer that can be used by everyone on the network or a network-attached storage (NAS) device for storing and distributing files centrally, this is helpful.

While a modem links those networks to the Internet, a router establishes the networks and controls the data flow inside and among them. By transforming signals from an ISP into a digital signal that can be understood by any connected device, modems create a connection to the Internet.

Consider a router as an air traffic controller, and consider data packets as planes flying to various airports (or networks). Each packet must be directed as quickly as possible to its destination, just as each plane has a distinct destination and travels a distinct route. A router assists in guiding data packets to their intended IP address, just like an air traffic controller ensures that aircraft reach their destinations without getting lost or experiencing significant disruptions en route.

Exploiting vulnerabilities: Like any other piece of software, router firmware frequently has holes that online criminals can take advantage of. Therefore, router manufacturers release updates on a regular basis to fix these flaws.
DDoS attacks: Unrestricted network layer DDoS attacks have the potential to overwhelm routers or bring them to a halt, causing a lag in the network.
Administrative credentials: All routers come with a set of administrator credentials that can be used to carry out administrative tasks. The default values for these credentials are “admin” as the username and “admin” as the password. As soon as possible, the login and password should be changed to something more secure.

When a packet enters a network through one port, the router scans the address information to determine the right destination before sending the packet to the next network or hop using a routing table or routing policy. A router, which can send and receive data packets between computer networks, can be used to create an overlay network. A gateway, on the other hand, connects multiple systems. A gateway is a network component that allows communication between networks using multiple protocols. A gateway is a network node that acts as a point of access to another network.