NETGEAR D1500-100UKS N300 Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router for Phone Line Connections £17.99 Prime or £22.74 non prime @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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NETGEAR D1500-100UKS N300 Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router for Phone Line Connections £17.99 Prime or £22.74 non prime @ amazon

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Built-in ADSL2+ modem for use with DSL, Cable or Fibre Internet services External antennas for improved WiFi coverage Read More
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Built-in ADSL2+ modem for use with DSL, Cable or Fibre Internet services

External antennas for improved WiFi coverage
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#1
Note this is a very basic model. Only 2 Ethernet ports. Although the description says suitable for Fibre you would need to hook this up to your existing Fibre router and treat it as a slave.
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Delio79
treat it as a slave.
Not in this day and age, surely.
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Delio79
Note this is a very basic model. Only 2 Ethernet ports. Although the description says suitable for Fibre you would need to hook this up to your existing Fibre router and treat it as a slave.


surely this would be suitable for fibre as its adsl2+, using on cable/DSL would require the use of a separate modem?
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djames108
Delio79
Note this is a very basic model. Only 2 Ethernet ports. Although the description says suitable for Fibre you would need to hook this up to your existing Fibre router and treat it as a slave.
surely this would be suitable for fibre as its adsl2+, using on cable/DSL would require the use of a separate modem?

Correct, the modem router supports wan (hence pppoe) so you can use use it as a basic wireless router with an external vdsl 2 modem :)
#5
Delio79
Note this is a very basic model. Only 2 Ethernet ports. Although the description says suitable for Fibre you would need to hook this up to your existing Fibre router and treat it as a slave.
djames108

surely this would be suitable for fibre as its adsl2+, using on cable/DSL would require the use of a separate modem?
But with just 2 ports you'd use one to connect to the BT fibre modem and have just one to connect to a PC which is very limited. But if you only need 1 port then I guess it'll do.
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spannerzone
Delio79
Note this is a very basic model. Only 2 Ethernet ports. Although the description says suitable for Fibre you would need to hook this up to your existing Fibre router and treat it as a slave.
djames108

surely this would be suitable for fibre as its adsl2+, using on cable/DSL would require the use of a separate modem?
But with just 2 ports you'd use one to connect to the BT fibre modem and have just one to connect to a PC which is very limited. But if you only need 1 port then I guess it'll do.


well no, my point was that fibre (BT, sky etc) would use the built in modem as its adsl2+. the use of virgin DSL/cable you would use this as an access point?

I still don't really see the point as I would imgine the WiFi speed and coverage would be comparable to the free kit supplied with your contract anyway

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