Linux router distro with support for ADSL2+ and WAN load Balancing.
I am looking for a stable Linux Router Distribution with support for ADSL2+ and Wan Load balancing capable.
I am planning to build two PC-router with intel Atom Dual core, DDR3 1 GB of RAM.
I need a Stable and powerfull Linux distro to power up this two machines and be able to load balancing or fault tolerance between this two machines.
I found on wikipedia a list of Linux Router Distros which is very interesting.
The ones that i like more are:
Vyata-commercial License (most closes competition to Cisco)
untangle-Free/Commercial addons (It looks promising)
M0n0wall-Free (for Small embedded systems)
Zeroshell-Free (Small business server)
clearOS-Free (based on freeBSD)
RouterOS-Commercial (for use with routerBoard)
Does any one have experience with any of those Distros. Also wich one of those distros will address my needs of adsl2+ and Wan load balancing/ Wan fault tolerance. Since I plan to add an ADSL2+ PCI card to each one of my routers PCs.
Resume of what i need:
stable router OS
Support for x86 architecture
Support for PCI ADSL2+ modem
Support for Load Balancing and/or Fault tolerance.
Web interface will be a plus but not needed.
CLI interface with remote SSH will be perfect.