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DrayTek Vigor V2765 Triple-WAN ADSL/VDSL Supervectoring VPN Router

Part Number: V2765-K

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The DrayTek Vigor 2765 Triple-WAN ADSL/VDSL Broadband Router is ideal for Small Office and Home Office networks. The V276 features powerful Firewall and Content Filtering (requires licence, sold separately), configurable Quality of Service and an array of VPN capabilities, the Vigor V2765-K is capable of the performance to make full use of FTTP Fibre Broadband.

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More Information - DrayTek V2765-K VPN Router

The Vigor 2765 is a VDSL or Ethernet WAN router with Gigabit performance, allowing you to make full use of DrayTek's advanced feature set, with Quality of Service, VPN and Content Filtering. Connect the Vigor 2765 to Superfast Fibre with its integrated VDSL modem. Or connect to VirginMedia Cable and Ultrafast FTTP with Ethernet WAN.

Either connection (or a 4G USB modem, sold separately) can be used as the primary or failover connections, so that if the main internet connection goes down, the Vigor 2765 can use its backup connections to guarantee reliable internet access and VPN connectivity.

DrayTek's Vigor routers feature extensive VPN (Virtual Private Networking) capabilities. The Vigor 2765 is no exception, its VPN capabilities are well suited to SoHo (small office, home office) environments. A VPN enables you to link remote offices and branch offices back to HQ, or home-based/mobile teleworkers back to your office. The Vigor 2765 allows you to make full use of Fibre broadband with VPN. Up to 200 Mbps of IPsec VPN throughput for fast and secure connections, to VPN services and other offices.

Connect two VPN tunnels concurrently to access remote resources securely. Connect the Vigor 2765 in a branch office or home office to a head office for seamless access to network resources. It supports all common industry standard VPN protocols, for it to connect to VPN services, link remote offices and handle connections from all types of VPN clients. Supporting IPsec IKEv1 & IKEv2 protocols with EAP and XAuth authentication, DrayTek's SSL VPN and L2TP for both LAN to LAN and Dial-In teleworker VPNs. In addition, teleworkers can connect to the router with OpenVPN. User management for dial-In teleworkers is managed through the router's web interface, with mOTP 2-factor authentication available for IPsec, L2TP and SSL VPN teleworker connections.

The DrayTek router can manage two (2) DrayTek VigorAP access points with Central AP Management profiles, with an option to Auto Provision - auto configuring newly installed VigorAP access points with the Auto Provisioning profile, upon initial connection to the DrayTek Vigor router's network. DrayTek VigorSwitch switches can be provisioned and managed through the router with DrayTek’s Central Switch Management system.

DrayTek V2765-K VPN Router Key Highlights

  • VDSL2 (Superfast Fibre) or Gigabit ethernet WAN router with failover
  • Up to 950Mbps firewall throughput for ethernet WAN
  • 4 x Gigabit LAN ports
  • 2 LAN subnets with VLANs (Port-based / 802.1q)
  • SPI firewall and content filtering
  • Up to 200Mbps IPsec VPN throughput
  • 2 Dial-Out LAN-to-LAN or remote teleworker VPN tunnels
  • DrayTek SSL VPN and OpenVPN support
  • Optional VigorCare available
  • Can be centrally managed by VigorACS

What's in the box?

  • DrayTek Vigor 2765 router
  • RJ45 cable
  • RJ11 to RJ11 cable
  • Power adapter
  • Quick start guide

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