I am trying to determine the failover speed of some dual-WAN routers prior to purchase. (Assuming you have two broadband connections, it's the length of time between losing your main connection and picking up on your secondary connection; i.e., the length of time without an Internet connection.) This has been difficult. What I have so far: Cisco RV042: average = 45 seconds, but fallback (reconnection to the main connection when available) is manual, source = Website review. Called Cisco, they didn't know but they would have someone get back with me. Netgear FVS124GL: nearly 3 minutes, source = Web poster Falcon failover router: 7 seconds for "most," source = tradingcomputers.com Hotbrick: someone said this is difficult to setup so I didn't bother looking into it. Xincom: sent an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org which immediately got a Mail Delivery Failed return. Called them at 10 a.m. Pacific time and the phone just rang and rang. Also, there was a post that the User's Manual was written by someone whose first language is not English. I am particularly interested in the Cisco RV042. I believe its failover may be much shorter than 45 seconds; if someone could confirm it would be appreciated. And if you have a dual-WAN router of any make, it would be quite helpful if you would post your failover speed.