NETGEAR D7000-200UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band 600 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, YouView, TalkTalk, EE and Plusnet Fibre) Sold by Amazon @ Amazon
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NETGEAR D7000-200UKS Nighthawk AC1900 Dual Band 600 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, YouView, TalkTalk, EE and Plusnet Fibre) Sold by Amazon @ Amazon

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God awful router from a terrible company, expect you to pay a yearly subscription for support. Get an Asus instead.
sonofgojira10 h, 27 m ago

Better off investing in amesh system. In fact there's a 3 pack on hot …Better off investing in amesh system. In fact there's a 3 pack on hot deals for £99.


What's that? A horse, a buggy, and a beard?
Edited by: "Epicurean" 8th Jun
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God awful router from a terrible company, expect you to pay a yearly subscription for support. Get an Asus instead.
twisted891 m ago

God awful router from a terrible company, expect you to pay a yearly …God awful router from a terrible company, expect you to pay a yearly subscription for support. Get an Asus instead.


Which Asus model can you recommend?
Thanks.
Had the d7800 wasn't bad but went with the asus for vpn support
Edited by: "paulcheetham" 7th Jun
allbran2 m ago

Which Asus model can you recommend? Thanks.


Currently have an Asus ac88u and couldn't fault it. Owned that Netgear when we had BT and had constant disconnects and Netgear outright refused to update to support BT's latest protocol.
Had an Asus rt-n66u since April 2013 (still going strong), aside from an odd reboot every now and then it's the best £100 purchase i've made...definately agree go with Asus.
Syrb12 m ago

Had an Asus rt-n66u since April 2013 (still going strong), aside from an …Had an Asus rt-n66u since April 2013 (still going strong), aside from an odd reboot every now and then it's the best £100 purchase i've made...definately agree go with Asus.


My Asus RT-N66U is rock solid.
i bought tp link ac3200 for 100pounds from amazon and i think it's ok. this ac1900 at 100 is not good value
This model has the dsl modem included. Good price for what it is.
Had one for a year with no issues.
st8mike15 m ago

Had one for a year with no issues.


I have had one for about 18 months with no issues (Vodafone). Infinitely better than the Vodafone supplied equipment.
This is rubbish.
You want the R7000 if after a budget reasonable quality router.
D7000 is not rated well.
robo98923 m ago

This is rubbish.You want the R7000 if after a budget reasonable quality …This is rubbish.You want the R7000 if after a budget reasonable quality router.D7000 is not rated well.


Isn’t the D7000 the same as the R7000 but with a built in modem?
This is a modem/router been solid and reliable. Over the years is been on Sky, BT and currently Vodafone all on fibre.

When I had adsl, had a frustrating time with ASUS DSL-AC68U with regular disconnection. True, Asus did bring out firmwares trying to fix it but never was resolved. I gave up and bought a Netgear.
Known issues of connection dropping with this modem router. Had it and returned it because of this issue. Waiting for Asus to drop on price.
Better off investing in amesh system. In fact there's a 3 pack on hot deals for £99.
Got an ac1750 for 40 and now get 200mps. All round by house!
Better with a tp link of ebay
RiverDragon84 h, 8 m ago

My Asus RT-N66U is rock solid.


Same here. But this is a modem router.
The deal is good but the router isn't. I've replaced two of these because the modem sucks. It lowered my sync rate by about 5Mbit on my fibre connection. In the end I went back to my original router from my ISP for better internet speeds.

The software is also incredibly dated, its a joke that is missing essential functionality that most routers have had for years. You can upgrade the nighthawks to DD-WRT to massively improve the routers quality, but doing so will disable the modem since custom firmwares don't support combos like this.

I'm currently using an Asus and have been very happy with it, their default router OS is Asus WRT (a flavour of DD-WRT). So by default you get a solid router full of useful functionality if you aren't up for upgrading a typical routers firmware.
Xboxgamer3213 h, 29 m ago

Got an ac1750 for 40 and now get 200mps. All round by house!


From where
sonofgojira10 h, 27 m ago

Better off investing in amesh system. In fact there's a 3 pack on hot …Better off investing in amesh system. In fact there's a 3 pack on hot deals for £99.


What's that? A horse, a buggy, and a beard?
Edited by: "Epicurean" 8th Jun
Had mine for a few months and had no issues at all, seems like a fantastic router.

However, I'm currently trying to setup NordVPN which is just not happening but that might be down to Vodafone. If I had hair I'd pull it out lol
Quite like mine, its been on for pretty much 3 years without an issue. I think i paid 150 for mine a while ago.

Decent enough but lacking in VPN.
Had one for a while, disconnects regularly. Gone back to the one supplied by SSE in the end. As already mentioned support is awful.
ccparkhill19 h, 19 m ago

Isn’t the D7000 the same as the R7000 but with a built in modem?


No it is not.
It's just got the same name and casing.
Chipset, cpu, different.
Look at the wiki.
FellowPazzini10 h, 8 m ago

Had mine for a few months and had no issues at all, seems like a fantastic …Had mine for a few months and had no issues at all, seems like a fantastic router.However, I'm currently trying to setup NordVPN which is just not happening but that might be down to Vodafone. If I had hair I'd pull it out lol


are you trying to set it up at router level or device?
If you have the money, you're better off having a separate modem, like the DrayTek Vigor 130, and pairing it with whatever router (without modem) you want
Edited by: "stringsonfire" 8th Jun
^ yeah; also I’ve still got my white BT modem that was given when fibre first came out, so that is an option too plus you can get them from eBay cheap. I’m currently looking at asus router ac68u but may wait for it to drop in price first
Av5ingh17 h, 52 m ago

are you trying to set it up at router level or device?


Router via pc. It appears to be setup right using DDNS method but no matter what I do the connection on Nord regardless of location goes to 0-0.7kb download speed.
Just bought this and looking at the reviews it's time to return it😪
I heard ASUS modems were known to cause issues at the street cabinet and/or exchange which affected customer connected to it for fibre services?
Had this for a week, unimpressed with the connection, regular dropouts and poor speed. This replaced a Tp Link 1900 as it went faulty, however should / will just replace it with the updated model.

ill be sending it back
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