DrayTek’s jam is routers targeted at small business, and the design of the Vigor2132ac security router epitomises that. It plants all the major ports up front, making it easy to add and remove devices but sacrificing on aesthetics. The UI design offers no hand-holding or easy setup wizardry, though; it
DrayTek has been one of the slowest vendors to integrate 802.11ac across its integrated modem router product lines, and it’s a huge shame that the Vigor2860Ln’s wireless support is still limited to single-band 802.11n.
It’s an honest to goodness LTE modem router on top of being a capable ADSL/VDSL router.