[Community list] Home/soho routers supporting SSH out of the box

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EverestX
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Hoping to create a list of devices known to ship with SSH.
The list may be small, but currently no list exists or at least that I can find.

Guidelines:
- Only devices marketed to SOHO/Home Users.
[Not trying to create a list containing corporate/enterprise level routing/switching hardware!]
- SSH can be disabled from the factory.
- SSH forwarding certainly doesn't count.
- AFTER MARKET FIRMWARES on said device DO NOT COUNT.

For example:

Edge N/W/ADSL - Checkpoint Edge Devices [expensive example]
Belkin F5D9630-4
Belkin F5D7633-4
Netcomm NB5

[Via Busybox Wiki] - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BusyBox
Actiontec GT701, GT701-WG, GT704-WG, M1000, MI424WR
Amino (IP TV Set Top Boxes)
ASUS wireless broadband router, Asus WL-500g, AM604G
AVM GmbH FRITZ!Box DSL routers
Aztech DSL605EW
BT Home Hub
D-Link DSL-500B, DSL-502T, DSL-504T, DSL-524T, DSL-564T, DSL-584T, DSL2500U, DSL2540U, DSL2640U, DSL-2640T, DSL-2730U, DSL-G604T, DSL-G624T, DSL-G664T, DSL-G684T
Dynamix UM-A4+
Edimax EW-7206APg (Wifi Access Point)
Freebox a DSL Modem/Router distributed by Free, a French ISP
Huwaei HG556a (Vodafone Branded)
LevelOne WBR-3460A
Netcomm NB1
Netgear DG834G
OvisLink Evo-DSL04, WL-5460AP (WiFi AccessPoint)
Open Networks iConnect612
StarDot NetcamSC (networked camera)
Telindus 1130 ADSL Router
TP-Link TD-88xx

It may be worth mentioning, the majority appear to run busybox or dropbear

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