So I have about had it with trash consumer level routers that add latency, lockup, have to be reset too often, have very limited options and some have crap firmware. So that being said.. Options are, buy a Cisco *Ya it works, but I sorta don't want to go this route do to the simple cost and the fact that cisco routers have tons of very well known vulnerabilities. Granted I could still use it, I don't have a ton to worry about. My other though was a linux box, considering pfsense, maybe running on a mini-itx board with a Atom processor, passively cooled if possible, running from a sdcard with like 512mb of ram. This should be plenty more than powerful enough to run 6 computers from... No these are about the only two types of options I can seem to come up with. Does anyone have an option I have not considered, or strongly recommend one option here over the other. I have extremely limited knowledge and experience with pfsense, but it's pretty widely used and the documentation is definitely there.