The router in the forest's office is an all singing and dancing Belkin F5D7630-4A ADSL modem with built in 802.11g wireless router. It is a very good router.
Here is a review.
Here is the manual for the router.
But can it control access to the wireless, and prevent people from abusing it?
The router does have a built-in firewall, including a list of pre-defined and custom services that can be blocked. It also appears to let you set the maximum transmission rate per wireless connection. The manual doesn't explain this feature. I think (hope), that this means we can cap the speed of wireless connections to quite slow, preventing people from abusing our Internet connection through the wireless.
I must investigate. If this one is no good, there will be more routers to come.
I think this single router may be able to replace the entire server setup above the kitchen right now. Does anyone know of any reason it might not?