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Netgear DM200 VDSL/ADSL Modem, £29.99 @ Amazon

£29.99 @ Amazon
I needed a basic VDSL2 modem that can be used to bridge the connection to my pfSense box and this is currently lowest price I could find anywhere, Compatible with VDSL, VDSL2, ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL2+. … Read More
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3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago
I needed a basic VDSL2 modem that can be used to bridge the connection to my pfSense box and this is currently lowest price I could find anywhere, Compatible with VDSL, VDSL2, ADSL, ADSL2 and ADSL2+.

Can be run in modem only mode so you can use your own wireless router or pfSense etc and can also be used as a router for connecting to a network switch and other devices.
Seems like a good deal to replace the Huawei Ecolife modems that BT previously provided if your current router does not have a built in VDSL modem.

Here's a link to the product page at Netgear

Hope this helps & Happy saving :)
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3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago
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#1
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
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Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.

One RJ-45 ports supporting 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX
Up to 100 Mbps, both upstream and downstream

http://www.downloads.netgear.com/files/GDC/DM200/DM200_UM_EN.pdf



Edited By: rev6 on Jan 23, 2017 16:09
#3
If only I had over 100 Mbps internet connection :-)
#4
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.

Openreach aren't running VDSL2 above 80Mbit/s at the moment and I've not seen any plans to offer anything above the current 80/20 profile over VDSL2, all the faster services they've been on about so far have either been FTTP (Mostly GPON) or G.FAST neither of which this modem is suitable for anyway.
#5
I've been thinking about getting either one of these or an OpenReach modem on ebay so I can use whatever wireless router I want or just getting an VDSL/ADSL wireless router.

Is this better than ebay OpenReach modems?
#6
thanks op. @drqgom2612 im trying this with sky fibre tomorrow to feed my asus ac58u. shall let you know if sync speed increases. have an eci openreach and sky router atm
#7
dragon2611
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Openreach aren't running VDSL2 above 80Mbit/s at the moment and I've not seen any plans to offer anything above the current 80/20 profile over VDSL2, all the faster services they've been on about so far have either been FTTP (Mostly GPON) or G.FAST neither of which this modem is suitable for anyway.
Indeed, hence the 'if' and the caveat as stated. It's better to be informed about where the manufacturer has pinched the pennies or built in potential obsolescence. Personally if it's possible to get something with a gigabit connection for a little more I'd do that (note the 'if', again).
#8
The Asus will need to support sending something in DHCP option 61 to work on Sky Fibre (Unless they've changed their network recently)

Openreach network is Vlan 101 on the DSL side.
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tanked
I've been thinking about getting either one of these or an OpenReach modem on ebay so I can use whatever wireless router I want or just getting an VDSL/ADSL wireless router.
Is this better than ebay OpenReach modems?
It depends on which Openreach modem. The Huawei ones ( name starts with HG ) can show connection statistics and support the g.inp ( impulse noise protection ) feature running on Huawei FTTC cabinets. This can improve the connection speed slightly on some phone lines.
The ECI modems are locked down so you can't see the connection stats and the current firmware on them doesn't support g.inp.
This Netgear has the same chipset as the ECI modem but shows statistics and should support g,inp but no guarantee. It could be a cheap replacement for those on ECI FTTC cabinets with Openreach ECI VDSL modems.
#10
blackcoffee2sugars
tanked
I've been thinking about getting either one of these or an OpenReach modem on ebay so I can use whatever wireless router I want or just getting an VDSL/ADSL wireless router.
Is this better than ebay OpenReach modems?
It depends on which Openreach modem. The Huawei ones ( name starts with HG ) can show connection statistics and support the g.inp ( impulse noise protection ) feature running on Huawei FTTC cabinets. This can improve the connection speed slightly on some phone lines.
The ECI modems are locked down so you can't see the connection stats and the current firmware on them doesn't support g.inp.
This Netgear has the same chipset as the ECI modem but shows statistics and should support g,inp but no guarantee. It could be a cheap replacement for those on ECI FTTC cabinets with Openreach ECI VDSL modems.

If it's the same chipset as the vigornic132 then it supports G.inp providing the firmware does.

The vigorNIC syncs about 2Mbit slower than the HG612 on my line
#11
dragon2611
blackcoffee2sugars
tanked
I've been thinking about getting either one of these or an OpenReach modem on ebay so I can use whatever wireless router I want or just getting an VDSL/ADSL wireless router.
Is this better than ebay OpenReach modems?
It depends on which Openreach modem. The Huawei ones ( name starts with HG ) can show connection statistics and support the g.inp ( impulse noise protection ) feature running on Huawei FTTC cabinets. This can improve the connection speed slightly on some phone lines.
The ECI modems are locked down so you can't see the connection stats and the current firmware on them doesn't support g.inp.
This Netgear has the same chipset as the ECI modem but shows statistics and should support g,inp but no guarantee. It could be a cheap replacement for those on ECI FTTC cabinets with Openreach ECI VDSL modems.
If it's the same chipset as the vigornic132 then it supports G.inp providing the firmware does.
The vigorNIC syncs about 2Mbit slower than the HG612 on my line
What type of FTTC cabinet ? Huawei/Broadcom or ECI/Lantiq ?
When g.inp was last tried on ECI cabinets, Broadcom based modems like the Huawei were slightly faster before implementation but slower that Lantiq based chipsets afterwards. So matching the modem/cabinet chipsets might be worth doing.
I've already forked out on a Draytek Vigor 130 modem for my ECI cabinet, so time will tell if it's been a wise move or not.
#12
Huawei

> vdsl inventory cpe
G.994 vendor ID : 0XB5004946544E0000
G.994.1 country code : 0XB500
G.994.1 provider code : IFTN
G.994.1 vendor info : 0X000
System vendor ID : 0XB5004946544E0000
System country code : 0XB500
System provider code : IFTN
System vendor info : 0X000
Version number : 3.8.0_m4
Version number(16 octets) : 0X332E382E305F6D340000000000000000
Self-test result : PASS
Transmission mode capability : 0X00000000000007


> vdsl inventory co
G.994 vendor ID : 0XB5004244434DA48C
G.994.1 country code : 0XB500
G.994.1 provider code : BDCM
G.994.1 vendor info : 0XA48C
System vendor ID : 0XB5004244434D0000
System country code : 0XB500
System provider code : BDCM
System vendor info : 0X000
Version number : v10.09.12
Version number(16 octets) : 0X7631302E30392E313220202020202000
Self-test result : PASS
Transmission mode capability : 0X00000000000000
#13
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.


Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
#14
FlyerUK
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
I've already given my thoughts on that above. I'd make more of an effort to explain further if it wasn't that a) you're trying to be smart (the above thoughts notwithstanding); b) you've answered your own question by specifying 'currently'; c) since joining HUKD in 2015 you've shared no deals.
#15
Still a deal as I've not seen any other cheaper modems and certainly not with gigabit LAN.
If Openreach Did roll out a faster profile and you were close enough to the cab to benefit then yes this might become a bottleneck in the future.
#16
Ajibee
FlyerUK
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
I've already given my thoughts on that above. I'd make more of an effort to explain further if it wasn't that a) you're trying to be smart (the above thoughts notwithstanding); b) you've answered your own question by specifying 'currently'; c) since joining HUKD in 2015 you've shared no deals.


Not trying to be "smart", just asking a question. What does the fact that I haven't posted any deals got to with anything? Didn't realise it was a pre-requisite of passing comments.
#17
FlyerUK
Ajibee
FlyerUK
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
I've already given my thoughts on that above. I'd make more of an effort to explain further if it wasn't that a) you're trying to be smart (the above thoughts notwithstanding); b) you've answered your own question by specifying 'currently'; c) since joining HUKD in 2015 you've shared no deals.
Not trying to be "smart", just asking a question. What does the fact that I haven't posted any deals got to with anything? Didn't realise it was a pre-requisite of passing comments.
It's a bit rich asking me/others something that has already been explained (including by yourself in how you asked it), particularly when you've made little effort to contribute yourself. HTH.
#18
FlyerUK
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
The speed of transfers on your LAN is determined by the lowest speed device. So if the router was only 100 Mb/s and everything else was gigabit, you'd be limited to the lower figure. As far as the WAN speed is concerned, it's irrelevant.
#19
Ajibee
FlyerUK
Ajibee
FlyerUK
Ajibee
I've had a dig around on the Netgear site, and see no mention of it having gigabit ethernet, with it being described as "high speed", which is often obfuscatory shorthand for 100mbps - something that might be worth paying attention to if a gigabit sized connection to your fibre based service is important to you (which it might not be). HTH.
Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the point of a gigabit lan point?
I've already given my thoughts on that above. I'd make more of an effort to explain further if it wasn't that a) you're trying to be smart (the above thoughts notwithstanding); b) you've answered your own question by specifying 'currently'; c) since joining HUKD in 2015 you've shared no deals.
Not trying to be "smart", just asking a question. What does the fact that I haven't posted any deals got to with anything? Didn't realise it was a pre-requisite of passing comments.
It's a bit rich asking me/others something that has already been explained (including by yourself in how you asked it), particularly when you've made little effort to contribute yourself. HTH.
If you plan to stream hd games / large files within the home, you might want a gigabit router...

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