Good all in one router for plusnet fibre

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Found 11th Feb 2014
Can anyone recommend a good all in one router for plusnet fibre, am I right in thinking they are VDSL thingy me bobbies?

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I use a Bipac 7800n with my FTTC with an HG-612 open reach modem.

Original Poster

I've got a 7800n was thinking of getting an all in one,

Asus dsl-n66u......is the best one to go for with built in vdsl

ohdaesu

I've got a 7800n was thinking of getting an all in one,




You got FTTH or FTTC

Original Poster

How do I tell what I have?? got hold of a new BT home hub 5, seems to be doing the business

ohdaesu

How do I tell what I have?? got hold of a new BT home hub 5, seems to be … How do I tell what I have?? got hold of a new BT home hub 5, seems to be doing the business



dslchecker.bt.com/ads…ome

FTTC Fibre to the cabinet or (curb) 40/10 -- 80/20

FTTH Fibre to the home or FTTP Fibre to the premises

thinkbroadband.com/gui…tml

Original Poster

Looks like I'm fttc

ohdaesu

Looks like I'm fttc



I only asked as the 7800n would have been perfect to just still use on fttc with either the ECI variants or Huawei HG612 supplied open reach fttc modem and saved yourself some money as fttc users are basically topping out their connection and not likely to see an increase in speeds like those of the ftth/p products even with vectoring enabled I suspect the 7800n would be able to cope.

I Appreciate not everyone is happy with loads of wires and boxes when a modem/router would be better suited especially if you need it to be a nagging free zone.

Original Poster

Probably sell on the Bipac 7800n and recoup my costs,
thanks for the info though dontasciime
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