Hi, As I basically get some random downtime with my DSL line, I was looking for a bulletproof connection to the net, using cable as possible backup. With their Pro800 Turbo, it seems that Nexland is the only manufacturer to offer a âdualâ router being able to pair two broadband connections (DSL and cable, for example), ie if for some reason one broadband connection should go down, the other will kick in and keep up your connection to the net alive. So it really looks like the ultimate machine to avoid any down time on the internet Latest search on the net indicates a price tag just above 300 $. Anyhow, I was wondering if anyone is using this router ? Every feedback will be appreciatedâ¦ Eddy PS : Link to PC Mag review : http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,4149,14443,00.asp According to the detailed spec. sheets, the router provides even a triple redundancy backup. Indeed, if both broadband connections were to fail, then an Analog modem (to be connected to the serial port of the router) would then automatically connect you to the net (and disconnect when one of the high speed connections become available again).