The Billion BiPac 7402NX is an ADSL2+ wireless router with 3G mobile broadband backup
Good Gear Guide.au
21 March 2009
Summary: The Billion BiPac 7402NX is a smart-looking yet technically sophisticated multi-purpose wireless modem and Ethernet switch. It has several advanced features which worked as advertised, making this an attractive purchase for small business, home workers or advanced home users. It should be of particular interest to those needing 802.11n wireless, Gigabit networking and 3G failover on an ADSL2+ account.
Pros: 3G failover, relatively straightforward Web interface, 802.11n Wi-Fi
Cons: Occasional dropped frames when streaming standard-definition MPEG video
Excerpt: Billion's BiPAC 7402NX has similar features to the 7402GXL, with a built-in ADSL modem and USB support for 3G mobile internet dongles. You can configure the latter to act as a backup if your ADSL connection goes down. This router includes Draft-N wireless, four Gigabit Ethernet ports and support for 16 simultaneous encrypted VPN tunnels, which will appeal to small businesses with remote workers. The setup CD includes a Windows utility for easy installation.