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I'm ideally looking for a router, that can:

  1. Track bandwidth usage by IP address,
  2. Bind IPs to hostnames and MAC address,
  3. Perform advanced QoS (such as packet prioritising and throttling).

And has:

  1. Built in ADSL modem,
  2. A web interface,
  3. Wi-fi support.

Ideally, I'd like to buy something off the shelf that doesn't cost too much (since its for home use). If nothing like this is available, then I guess I could buy an ADSL modem, and use my dd-wrt, but I'd rather have an all-in-one. I've always used Draytek routers in the past, but their web interface is shockingly bad. I would put together a Linux server, but it needs to be something my housemates can just turn off and on again if I'm away for long periods of time.

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This doesn't belong on SuperUser, asking for buying recommendations isn't for superuser. –  digitxp Sep 14 '10 at 19:48

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