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TP-Link AC1200 Wireless Dual Band VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £49.99 at Amazon
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TP-Link AC1200 Wireless Dual Band VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £49.99 at Amazon

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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  • Superfast Wi-Fi 300 Mbps (2.4 GHz) and 867 Mbps (5 GHz) speeds are ideal for online gaming, HD streaming, and large file downloads.Tether App – TP-LINK Tether provides the easiest way to access and manage the router on your iOS and Android devices
  • Versatile connectivity - with DSL, EWAN, and USB port, the Archer VR400 is fully compatible with the VDSL2/ADSL2+/ADSL2/ADSL standards as well as fibre, cable and 3G/4G Internet services
  • High range: Three high gain antennas provide stable wireless connections and high coverage,Supports 802.11ac standard - the next generation of Wi-Fi
  • Beamforming technology - concentrates signal strength in the direction of your devices, delivering stable and highly efficient connections
  • USB 2.0 Port - supports storage and print service sharing, FTP and media servers as well as 3G/4G dongle

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Great price. I use mine instead of the Now Broadband Hub.
greencode02/12/2019 17:24

Great price. I use mine instead of the Now Broadband Hub.


So this works with MER then (Fibre)
discobob02/12/2019 17:44

So this works with MER then (Fibre)


If that’s what NOW is then yes.
discobob02/12/2019 17:44

So this works with MER then (Fibre)


MER is an authentication method that nobody actually uses, Sky/NowTV use DHCP but use "MER" in something for no good reason. And it's not really fibre either, it's VDSL2+.

This will work with any current xDSL service aside from the handful with g.fast.
d_k_u_h02/12/2019 18:03

MER is an authentication method that nobody actually uses, Sky/NowTV use …MER is an authentication method that nobody actually uses, Sky/NowTV use DHCP but use "MER" in something for no good reason. And it's not really fibre either, it's VDSL2+.This will work with any current xDSL service aside from the handful with g.fast.


It was MER Encapsulation that was used - is this not the case now??
discobob02/12/2019 18:17

It was MER Encapsulation that was used - is this not the case now??


I think they might've had it on their ADSL products but not FTTC.
greencode02/12/2019 17:24

Great price. I use mine instead of the Now Broadband Hub.


Is this noticibly better, as the Now Broadband fibre Hub I have has poor WiFi coverage. Goes down to one bar in the next room when only a few meters.
d_k_u_h02/12/2019 18:21

I think they might've had it on their ADSL products but not FTTC.


and no need for the username/password anymore??
Does anyone use this with sky fibre as a complete replacement for their hub?
bluestreak02/12/2019 18:31

Is this noticibly better, as the Now Broadband fibre Hub I have has poor …Is this noticibly better, as the Now Broadband fibre Hub I have has poor WiFi coverage. Goes down to one bar in the next room when only a few meters.


TBH, I have the TP-Link set up as the modem and it’s connected to Tenda Mesh for my wifi. I didn’t find the WiFi that good and it wouldn’t stretch to all 3 floors of my small house.
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