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I have 2 ISP right planning to use both so that they can share the load of my bandwidth that ok to use 2 ISP if that so...what router do you suggest?

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Linksys RV042 is a great option for using two WAN connections (2 ISPs). It's also a reliable router with great features, but is as easy to setup as your WAG200G and other Linksys devices. They run about $150 though.

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