Hi all, I work for a medium-sized business (~40 people total, on-site and remote). We have BT business broadband with a BT Business Smart Hub, getting about 170Mbps. It's dropped a couple times recently, solved by restarting the router (and in fact it has restarted itself a couple times too). I talked to BT support, and as far as I understand them, they think it's a bandwidth issue. We've got ~70 devices on our network daily. So I have a few questions: 1. Is 170Mbps enough for what we're doing? We're running a voip server, and supporting about 20 staff with laptops, mobile phones, and voip-phones connected to the network. 2. Should we invest in a professional router? It seems to me that bandwidth is not causing our internet to drop, surely it would simply cause it to slow down. However I can understand if the BT router's capabilities for being a router are not up to the task, and something from DrayTek would solve things. 3. BT support told me to limit the network to 10 devices, or "take another connection for other devices". Does this make any sense to anyone? Is this about bandwidth, or some inherent limit on connections through broadband? Or the router? Any advice would be great!