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DrayTek Corp.
TypeNetwork Equipment Manufacturer
IndustryNetwork Equipment
HeadquartersHsinChu, Taiwan
Key people
Calvin Ma (Founder & CEO)
ProductsRouters, xDSL Routers, VPN Routers, LTE Routers, Wireless Access Points, Network Switches, Central Management Software, Management APP
Number of employees

DrayTek (Chinese: 居易科技; pinyin: Jūyì Kējì) is a manufacturer of broadband CPE (Customer Premises Equipment), including firewalls, VPN devices, routers and wireless LAN devices. The company was founded in 1997. The earliest products included ISDN based solutions, the first being the ISDN Vigor128, a USB terminal adaptor for Windows and Mac OS. This was followed by the ISDN Vigor204 ISDN terminal adaptor/PBX and Vigor2000, our first router. The head office is located in Hsinchu, Taiwan with regional offices and distributors worldwide.

DrayTek was one of the first manufacturers to bring VPN technology to low cost routers, helping with the emergence of viable teleworking. In 2004, DrayTek released the first of their VoIP (Voice-Over-IP) products. In 2006, new products aimed at enterprises debuted, including larger scale firewalls and Unified Threat Management (UTM) firewalls products however the UTM Firewalls did not sell in sufficient volume and the UTM products ceased development and production.

DrayTek's product line offers business and consumer DSL modems with support for the PPPoA standard compared to the more the widely supported PPPoE for use with full-featured home routers and home computers without more expensive ATM hardware. PPPoA is used primarily in the UK for ADSL lines. Most Vigor routers provide a virtual private network (VPN) feature, provides LAN-to-LAN and Remote-Dial-In Connections. In 2011, DrayTek embedded SSL VPN facilities into VigorRouter Series.

DrayTek was gone IPO on the Taiwan Stock Exchange in 2003.

Vigor 2200USB[edit]

DrayTek released the Vigor2200USB router in the UK in 2002, a unique router for ADSL, the only router able to be connected to BT's newly launched USB-modem based ADSL service. The router did not incorporate a modem, but allowed certain specified USB ADSL modems to be connected; at the time many Internet Service Providers required their USB modems to be used rather than allowing connection of ADSL equipment directly to the telephone line ("wires-only" service). The product was devised in the UK by SEG Communications and developed by DrayTek engineers. This was the only router supporting a separate USB modem, and was the only router compatible with BT's new USB ADSL service. These factors made it very popular and firmly established DrayTek as a key player in the broadband Internet hardware market in the UK.[1]

BT MCT SIN 498 Compliance[edit]

For the UK market, DrayTek were granted MCT approval for their VDSL2 products in 2015, a mandatory requirement for products connected to the UK network operated by BT Openreach (used by most ISPs).


DrayTek Vigor 2110n

This is an approximate chronological order of all major DrayTek products from 1997:

Router / Modem[edit]

  • DrayTek isdnVigor128
  • DrayTek isdnVigor204
  • DrayTek Vigor 2000 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2200 Series a
  • DrayTek Vigor 2104P
  • DrayTek Vigor 2100 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2700 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2600 Series
  • DrayTek minivigor128
  • DrayTek Vigor 2300 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2900 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2800 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2710 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2110 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2910 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 3100
  • DrayTek Vigor 3300V
  • DrayTek Vigor 2950
  • DrayTek VigorPro 5510
  • DrayTek Vigor 2820 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2130 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2955
  • DrayTek Vigor 100
  • DrayTek Vigor 3300VPlus
  • DrayTek Vigor 2750 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 120
  • DrayTek Vigor 2920 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2830 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2850 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 3200 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2925 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 3900
  • DrayTek Vigor 2760 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 300B
  • DrayTek Vigor 2960
  • DrayTek Vigor 130
  • DrayTek Vigor 2860 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 3220
  • DrayTek Vigor 2952
  • DrayTek Vigor 2860Ln
  • DrayTek Vigor BX2000
  • Draytek Vigor 2962 series
  • Draytek Vigor 2926 series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2762 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2765 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2735 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 3910 Series
  • DrayTek Vigor 2620L Series
  • DrayTek Vigor LTE200
  • DrayTek Vigor 2135

802.11 access points[edit]

  • DrayTek VigorAP 700
  • DrayTek VigorAP 710
  • DrayTek VigorAP 800
  • DrayTek VigorAP 810
  • DrayTek VigorAP 900
  • DrayTek VigorAP 902
  • DrayTek VigorAP 903 Mesh
  • DrayTek VigorAP 910C
  • DrayTek VigorAP 920R
  • DrayTek VigorAP 918RP


  • VigorACS-SI
  • VigorACS 2 (Released 2017)
  • Smart VPN Client (Windows/Android/iOS/macOS)
  • Vigor Manager apps (Android/iOS)
  • DrayTek Wireless (Android/iOS) - Wireless Management app for VigorAP 903 Mesh and VigorAP 920R
  • Vigor AVS apps (Android/iOS) - Audio Visual Switching app for VigorSwitch V1281


  • DrayTek VigorNIC 132
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch G2240
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch P2260
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch P1100
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch P2261
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch P1090
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch P1080
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch G1240
  • DrayTek VigorIPPBX2820 Series
  • DrayTek VigorIPPBX3510
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch G1280
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch P1280
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch G2280
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch P2280
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch P1092
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch G1080
  • DrayTek VigorSwitch V1281


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