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NETGEAR D7800-100UKS Nighthawk AC2600 Dual Band VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £199.99
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I have bee after this for a while to replace my Fritz!box 7490 which has p!55 poor WiFi which is a major issue when streaming music to approx 10 wireless speakers around the home. … Read more
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Rich4425th Dec

Going this twice Get a Fritzbox.


Actually, I am coming from a Fritz!box 7490 which I've had two since July 2015.

I cannot argue with the flexibility of the device and the device I have to say is top notch, except for me, the wireless is rubbish.

My house is not massive by any stretch of the imagination, but yet my multiple Samsung Multiroom speakers keep dropping connection to the router and this is despite the speakers having the 5ghz channel dedicated to them.

My guess is that it's due to the distance from the router and the fact that the Fritz!box has internal antenna.

Not had a Netgear router for a few years and it's immediately apparent that the interface is very old looking, clunky and not as polished as the interface on the Fritz!box but I'm hoping that the wireless coverage is a lot better and more stable on the Nighthawk.
Going this twice Get a Fritzbox it handles your phone calls and A/VDSL

You get a virtual switchboard with call handling, voip, virtual extensions multiple mailboxes lots of really clever stuff like divert anon calls to a mailbox with no recording function.

The broadband stuff & wireless is brilliant too 1Gbps wireless to a phone lol!

There's also home automation, NAS functionality & print server.

Absolute beast of a router and also replaces your DECT base for the phone too.
My third netgear router recently failed - a D7000 after 18months.
I like the user interface on Netgear so keep going back.
But from now on going to stick Billion - each one I have owned over the years has been rock solid and I can even recoup some money when I upgrade - cos it's still working and can be sold on.
Their UI is a bit naff - but the reliability is top notch.
Poor router for vpn. Woeful interface and performance, netgear kit isn't what it used to be.
Luckily I also purchase from Amazon so was able to exchange for the Asus DSL-AC88U
Better interface and performance, had to have a few firmware upgrades for vpn to work
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lucifon1 h, 39 m ago

Got this for £80 on black friday.


Well, I'd get out the De'Lorean and go and get me one then! LOL

I'll stick my neck out here and say I bet it wasn't the exact model I quoted though!

You sure it wasn't the "NETGEAR R7800-100UKS Nighthawk X4S AC2600"?
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NETGEAR D6400-100UKS AC1600 Dual Band 300 + 1300 Mbps Wireless (Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, YouView, TalkTalk, EE and Plusnet Fibre) (Amazon Echo Enabled) - £74.99 @ Amazon
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With built-in modem, just plug-in the device to the phone line and get fast internet connection with easy installation Gigabit Wi-Fi speeds with support for additional interferenc… Read more
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HotBot2nd Dec

I recently change my D6400 to a TP-Link Archer AC2800, as the Netgear kept …I recently change my D6400 to a TP-Link Archer AC2800, as the Netgear kept re-booting itself for no reason. Have to say the TP-Link is miles better, as not only has it been very stable but it also supports IPV6 on BT, which the Netgear fails with. Also whenever you make a change in the Netgear it needs to re-boot but with the TP-Link no re-boot required!


Should be miles better at more than twice the price.
thanks
Just bought this from Amazon.de €35 like new. Had 4k and 1080 simultaneous streaming on 2 TVs which suits my needs. Router received update. So one box, no external antenna = happy.

You will need this for open reach delivered fibre thanks to the guy on forum below.

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For Christ’s sake, I bought this 2 days ago from amazon for £90
Taobitz6 h, 6 m ago

Whats your setup? Have heard Ubiquiti is the way to go a few times now.


We have Sky Broadband and their hub, whilst decent enough, couldn't handle all the smart devices we had.
You can just add a Ubiquiti Unifi Router onto any existing router or make a completely new network. I'm not going to recommend my setup as there's a few kinks at the moment I need to iron out but essentially Sky Hub -> EdgerouterX (need to understand a bit of networking to use) -> Unifi AC Lite. Could cut out the EdgerouterX if you're not interested in gigabit transfers.
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TP-Link AC2600 Dual Band Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections (BT Infinity, TalkTalk, EE and PlusNet Fibre) 2 USB, 3.0 Ports, UK Plug (Archer VR2600) + 3 year warranty - now £135 (RRP £199.99) @ Amazon
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4x4 stream for the Wi-Fi speeds - 800 Mbps on 2.4 GHz + 1733 Mbps on 5 GHz, four dual band antennas and Beamforming provide maximum Omni-directional wireless coverage MU-MIMO tech… Read more
stoneblade20th Oct

You can still have microfilters even with vdsl, bt in the earlier days had …You can still have microfilters even with vdsl, bt in the earlier days had engineers out to replace the face plates, but now they include new micro filters in the home hub kits, saves them money and engineers time. If your still dropping out then there must still be an issue. I've been with BT now for 3 weeks and no drop outs with the openreach modem. I never did try the home hub. Your netgear is broadcom based so should be fine for the job.




Thanks, I didnt know that. I've got a few spare micro filters somewhere I will give it a go. It was dropping out today again. Not sure what the issue is but will try out the mircro filter and see how that goes if it fixes then great I dont need to spend or do anything.
Dan__11 h, 23 m ago

lol nah no micro filters. Ive got fibre broadband, so the faceplate has a …lol nah no micro filters. Ive got fibre broadband, so the faceplate has a dedicated port for internet and a separate one for the phone line which isn't even plugged in as don't use landline these days. I thought it might be the line but I have had a bt openreach engineer over and he said that our line noise is so low that its the best he had ever seen lol He drove out to the cabinet and checked things over there, came back and had another device to check the noise levels, speed etc.It turned out it was a faulty router (bthub5) and he even admitted that many people are having issues with them and suggested to use something else or my older bthub if I had it. He ended up replacing it with another hub5 but it went faulty again after a few weeks.

You can still have microfilters even with vdsl, bt in the earlier days had engineers out to replace the face plates, but now they include new micro filters in the home hub kits, saves them money and engineers time. If your still dropping out then there must still be an issue. I've been with BT now for 3 weeks and no drop outs with the openreach modem. I never did try the home hub. Your netgear is broadcom based so should be fine for the job.
stoneblade4 h, 3 m ago

Don't want to sound like I'm teaching how to suck eggs, but have you got a …Don't want to sound like I'm teaching how to suck eggs, but have you got a xdsl faceplate, or a micro filter? If you have a microfilter on the socket might be worth changing to a new one to test. Does the log on the router give you any indication on why it drops? Sometimes could be line noise, check line attenuation see what level it's at, a noisey line will drop, and if it's raining could drop more often.



lol nah no micro filters. Ive got fibre broadband, so the faceplate has a dedicated port for internet and a separate one for the phone line which isn't even plugged in as don't use landline these days. I thought it might be the line but I have had a bt openreach engineer over and he said that our line noise is so low that its the best he had ever seen lol He drove out to the cabinet and checked things over there, came back and had another device to check the noise levels, speed etc.
It turned out it was a faulty router (bthub5) and he even admitted that many people are having issues with them and suggested to use something else or my older bthub if I had it. He ended up replacing it with another hub5 but it went faulty again after a few weeks.
Dan__1 h, 34 m ago

Its everything not just wifi. Everything is wired up and I prefer to use …Its everything not just wifi. Everything is wired up and I prefer to use my desktop for most of my web browsing. Wifi I just use on my mobile phone. So when the router crashes wether its the modem or something else, it just knocks everything out. The bthomehub5 was the worst and I'm sure most have had problems with that. The netgear is a lot better but it does have its odd random day, it could happen once every 3 months or less, really is random but when it does happen then it just keeps connecting/disconnecting throughout the day. I have tried everything from disconnecting cables at back of router, to downgrading firmware, to taking the plug out for 15mins or so. Doesn't help at all. I would like better wifi mostly for range but its not my main concern. Mainly just want something good, reliable and stable.


Don't want to sound like I'm teaching how to suck eggs, but have you got a xdsl faceplate, or a micro filter? If you have a microfilter on the socket might be worth changing to a new one to test. Does the log on the router give you any indication on why it drops? Sometimes could be line noise, check line attenuation see what level it's at, a noisey line will drop, and if it's raining could drop more often.
stoneblade17th Oct

Are the random disconnects the modem or WiFi? If it's only WiFi yes you …Are the random disconnects the modem or WiFi? If it's only WiFi yes you can use your current device, disable WiFi then set up a new router as the wireless bridge. Would benefit from greater range and faster speeds.



Its everything not just wifi. Everything is wired up and I prefer to use my desktop for most of my web browsing. Wifi I just use on my mobile phone. So when the router crashes wether its the modem or something else, it just knocks everything out.

The bthomehub5 was the worst and I'm sure most have had problems with that. The netgear is a lot better but it does have its odd random day, it could happen once every 3 months or less, really is random but when it does happen then it just keeps connecting/disconnecting throughout the day. I have tried everything from disconnecting cables at back of router, to downgrading firmware, to taking the plug out for 15mins or so. Doesn't help at all.

I would like better wifi mostly for range but its not my main concern. Mainly just want something good, reliable and stable.
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TP-Link AC2800 Dual Band Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit VDSL/ADSL Modem Router £159.99 @ Amazon
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Cheapest it's been according to Camel^3. Just received a BT Smart Hub and service start on the 13th but after reading the horror stories thought this would be a good replacement w… Read more
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HotBot8th Sep

I paid £17 more last week and can say it is very easy to setup and is …I paid £17 more last week and can say it is very easy to setup and is working very reliably. I have even managed to get IPV6 working on BT Infinity, which my old Netgear would not do at all. (To get IPV6 you need to manually change some settings after it is all working normally, including adding some DNS servers for IPV6.)

Would mind sharing how to setup as I brought last week and keep getting disconnected for no reason. Many thank
irmesmail42 m ago

is it better than ASUS RT-AC1200G?Thanks


Yes, if you want a DSL router. The ASUS you mention is a cable only router. If you are on BT Infinity the TP-Link AC2800 is both faster and clearly has a DSL modem built in.
is it better than ASUS RT-AC1200G?
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HotBot1 h, 25 m ago

But this deal is for theDSL version not the cable (Ethernet) version.


I'm really flummoxed now after reading your post, I thought the router just connected to the BT's openreach modem that they will install?

Edit: OK, looks like I've just educated myself. BT no longer supply a modem so looks like I'll have to buy a modem.
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BIGUSHEADUS13 h, 19 m ago

Have a look on amazon warehouse, when they were doing the 20% off …Have a look on amazon warehouse, when they were doing the 20% off warehouse stock I managed to get the ac3200 for 70 squids and it was still sealed.


But this deal is for theDSL version not the cable (Ethernet) version.
TP-Link AC1900 VDSL/ADSL Modem Router (Archer VR900 V2) £94.99 @ Amazon
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Lowest ever price according to camels. I bought this a month ago to replace a BT Homehub 6 that was disconnecting and much improved. Makes an excellent media server if you plug in … Read more
Well I've set the router up and can't find any QoS settings..?
Ordered, thanks and heat added.
Can I upgrade from v1 to v2? Via firmware
trott3r3 h, 55 m ago

No QOS on this which annoyed me.It does have wifi scheduling though which …No QOS on this which annoyed me.It does have wifi scheduling though which is a plus

On the TP-Link website for the VR900 v2 under software features it states: Quality of Service
ATM QoS, Trafc Control(IP QoS)
trott3r52 m ago

No QOS on this which annoyed me.It does have wifi scheduling though which …No QOS on this which annoyed me.It does have wifi scheduling though which is a plus


Seriously. No QOS? Damn...
NETGEAR D7800-100UKS Nighthawk AC2600 Dual Band 11 AC (MU-MIMO Wi-Fi) VDSL/ADSL Modem Router for Phone Line Connections - £149.99 @ Amazon
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Hey all, first post but think this is a good one. Similar to the deals previous but this time its a modem/router. Lowest price ever. Usually sits at around £180-£200
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Cold and the price is £242.99
Anyone know if dd-wrt supported on the modem version yet?
wakkaday35 m ago

Can these boxes create a static ip so can access remotely

You can set up Dynamic DNS within the router's Advanced settings. You would need to get a static IP from your ISP at a cost probably.
Not sure about the performance but for the price it is very good.
excellent price been looking at this router for a while
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Linksys XAC1900 Dual-band Wifi xDSL Modem Router £99.97 at Amazon
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Been watching for an AC1900 xDSL modem router to replace the crappy HG633 supplied by TalkTalk for my fibre vDSL connection. It was going to be this, the VR900, the Nighthawk or th… Read more
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As far as I am aware Linksys only offer one router with a vdsl modem built in and that is the X6200. The link to Linksys community says "It only works with VDSL connection" which could mean anything and most likely means in bridge mode with a separate VDSL modem.
SilverBandit

As I stated above, conflicting comments abound.However, Linksys, in a … As I stated above, conflicting comments abound.However, Linksys, in a community thread, state VDSL - https://community.linksys.com/t5/Wireless-Routers/XAC1900-is-this-vdsl2-ready/td-p/983718



Call me a cynic but I wouldn't trust that. If it's not listed as a headline feature then chances are it's not supported.

Review here stating VDSL is not supported:
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/modem-routers/linksys-xac1900-review-3624719/

Also, the modem comes as a separate unit (called the APM 105) which is, I think, integrated into the PSU so it's not exactly a slick design. See here:
linksys.com/us/…165
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joshm

As far as I can tell this is does not have inbuilt support for VDSL so … As far as I can tell this is does not have inbuilt support for VDSL so you might be wasting your time unless you planned to run your original device in modem-only mode?


As I stated above, conflicting comments abound.
However, Linksys, in a community thread, state VDSL - community.linksys.com/t5/…718
As far as I can tell this is does not have inbuilt support for VDSL so you might be wasting your time unless you planned to run your original device in modem-only mode?
Normally your priority should be to ditch TalkTalk and then decide upon a new router but this looks such a good deal that you could do both at once

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Netgear DM200 VDSL/ADSL Modem, £29.99 @ Amazon
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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… Read more
Ajibee

It's a bit rich asking me/others something that has already been … 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...
FlyerUK

Since neither adsl or vdsl currently exceed 76megabits, what would be the … 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.
FlyerUK

Not trying to be "smart", just asking a question. What does the fact that … 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.
Ajibee

I've already given my thoughts on that above. I'd make more of an effort … 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.
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.
Linksys X6200 Dual Band AC750 Gigabit Ethernet ADSL2+/VDSL2 Modem Wireless Router only £35.99 @ Currys/PcWorld
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4 gigabit ethernet ports (10/100/1000) ADSL2+/VDSL2 modem Dual Band 750Mbps wireless (300Mbps 2.4ghz + 433Mbps 5ghz) 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless usb 2.0 port 2yr warranty Specificat… Read more
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Replaced my Sky ADSL router, after pulling my username and password from my old router using Wireshark the automatic install took care of the rest.
Had an issue with some wireless devices though - most connected fine, but my missus' iphone 6S kept dropping and my Android phone kept reporting no internet whilst other devices were connected fine. Seems to be an issue with ipv6, once i turned that off in the router settings, the issues seemed to go away
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my router just arrived, took me just 2 mins to get my 38mbps FTTC talktalk broadband working, here are the settings you need to change: linksysx6200.blogspot.co.uk/201…tml
jasee

What no flash aerials? I expect to see at least four nowadays.


Which is why this router is useless... Aerials do give you better coverage, but also cost of unit rises a lot too... Also on most units aerials can be detached and extension cable connected giving you more flexibility with coverage and unit placement. As for me all them superhubs supplied with your provider are rubbish, no control, always buggy firmware, unpredicted behaviour with more that 10 devices etc...
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my topcashback just tracked at £0.28. £35.71 after topcashback.
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davnav

Bt smart hub 6 or this ?



I can't comment on the Linksys, but recently moved from BT Homehub 5 (which has been brilliant, except for slightly dodgy signal upstairs) to BT Smarthub (aka HH6) . Smarthub is useless - loses VDSL connection, devices can't connect to the wifi, and every time they do a software update I need to factory reset. Did get an extra bar of wifi signal upstairs though, for what it's worth! BT sent second Smarthub and they are both the same. Have moved back to the HH5 and all is fine.
Tp-Link w9980 Amazon with PrimeNow code Only £41.99 (Certain London postal areas only)
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So I have been in search of a router to replace my plusnet router, and this was one of the highest rated ones on the forums. and if you have Amazon primenow you can order this for… Read more
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I assume people are voting on the fact that they cannot get it because they aren't in a PrimeNow area as opposed to the fact that its the cheapest price for the router online.
I do wonder why this got cold. I got this a few months ago for around £81 and I think that was a good price.
I found that standing mine vertically gave better 2.4GHz wifi reception vs it sitting flat. I read that the 2.4Ghz antennas are internal (and presumable horizontal) so figured that standing it up would help, which it did for me. The 3 external antennas are for 5GHz only it seems.
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Yeah, I did that.

unfortunately I tried the CD setup and it was annoying me as it wouldn't setup but then just configured it in browser and off you go. Really rapid setup hassle free. Unlike the billion Bipac 7800n great router too but really buggy at times. specialy with games
Bargain if it works for you. I got this last week, I'm on Plusnet fibre and it works a treat.
Remember to upgrade the firmware BEFORE you first set it up (download the update on your existing router and save file to your PC) then connect this to your PC instead of old router, do the simple update then it will have the improved software and should be simpler to use the idiot setup mode (no need to use the CD software to set up for your ISP in most cases)
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ASUS DSL-N66U Gigabit, Dual-Band Wireless N900 VDSL Fibre & ADSL Modem router - £89.99 - Amazon
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ASUS DSL-N66U Dual-Band Wireless-N 900 VDSL Fibre (BT Infinity etc) and ADSL Modem with gigabit Seems to be the cheapest price so far, usually around £100 ish
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spannerzone

Yes this is a fibre VDSL modem built into the router so no need for the … Yes this is a fibre VDSL modem built into the router so no need for the seperate BT white VDSL fibre modem that you probably have connected to your netgear.Seems like mixed reviews so you may want to consider the Billion BiPAC 8800NL or the TP Link W9980 vdsl modem routers that seem to get better reviews and are a bit cheaper.



Thanks very much
spannerzone

D'oh! sorry



No worries chap just made me go LOL when I saw it
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cooa99

I am on bt infinity2 and currently using the open reach modem + a netgear … I am on bt infinity2 and currently using the open reach modem + a netgear router.Is this an all in one box that can replace my current setup?


Yes this is a fibre VDSL modem built into the router so no need for the seperate BT white VDSL fibre modem that you probably have connected to your netgear.

Seems like mixed reviews so you may want to consider the Billion BiPAC 8800NL or the TP Link W9980 vdsl modem routers that seem to get better reviews and are a bit cheaper.
I am on bt infinity2 and currently using the open reach modem + a netgear router.

Is this an all in one box that can replace my current setup?

ASUS DSL-AC68U DSL/VDSL/CABLE AC MODEM ROUTER £192 +£1.99 Delivery = £193.99 at DABS
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New arrival, will probably get cheaper, but cheapest I can see now for UK version. If you have BT Infinity broadband or a derivative, this is about the best spec router you can bu… Read more
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@blacklion - how is the dsl-ac68u performing? I really want to get either this or go for the Asus RT-AC87U (when it is released in the UK later on this month i hope). I wanted to get rid of both openreach vdsl2 modem and my talk talk N router and replace it with this DSL version. RMerlin has confirmed he will not be releasing any firmware for this, so not sure if i should go for this.

Have you noticed your fibre speeds increasing? I am aware that the range is better on this than most, but the RT-AC87U beats this in most departments. Have you done any speeds tests on your fibre or even transferring files inside your house from one PC to another?

Would be happy to hear your review on here! Hot price though! Shame its out of stock but available on Amazon.es / .de
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Mikeygolfgt

Does this support the VDSL2?I'm on EE Broadband and I have the 68u asus … Does this support the VDSL2?I'm on EE Broadband and I have the 68u asus router and I'd like to swap it for this one.



Yes it does - full specs here:

DSL-AC68U specs

Just received mine, all connected up without issue, replacing a homehub 5. Immediately did a firmware upgrade, so far so good, will keep a close eye on it, but already wifi range is better, and I can administer it remotely
Does this support the VDSL2?

I'm on EE Broadband and I have the 68u asus router and I'd like to swap it for this one.
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Not this model I think - probably the RT-A66U or RT-AC68U - this has literally just been released to the UK in the last day. Not listed on PC world. they have the VDSL model without AC WiFi or te AC-WiFi model without VDSL. This supports both, PC world don't stock it yet.
Been cheaper, got mine from pc world for £156 end of last month.
Asus DSL - N66u Modem/Router/VDSL was £120 now £99.91!! @ Amazon
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Description below is a few features of this brilliant Modem/Router. 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz Concurrent Dual-Band Transmissions for Strong Signal Strength and Ultra-Fast Connection Rate… Read more
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technojunkie

Unfortunately, the price has already gone back up. I was considering … Unfortunately, the price has already gone back up. I was considering buying one of these last night at about 8pm and, in the time it took me to decide yes or no, it went up to £120.70 ! That certainly helped me make my mind up :-(



Sorry to hear that bro, i had the same situation before i purchased the wrong one at first then i waited and last min got it as £120 then cancelled it because i wanted to wait and see. Now i got it at this price, i did speak to a guy from Amazon who said the reason the price went down is because they received new stock from there supplier, maybe wait until next week for 2 for more stock to be filled?
Unfortunately, the price has already gone back up. I was considering buying one of these last night at about 8pm and, in the time it took me to decide yes or no, it went up to £120.70 ! That certainly helped me make my mind up :-(
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Evolution5

Try this for you Vdsl … Try this for you Vdsl http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/wireless-routers/1301824/draytek-vigor-2860nIt even acts as an NLB plus tons of other features, a little on the expensive side but you get what you pay for



No word of a doubt DrayTek is an option and certainly a recommend manufacture, we use DrayTek WAPs at my work and they work really well, config is simple and clean of course lots of options and at £80+ Inc VAT you do pay what you pay for.
Try this for you Vdsl expertreviews.co.uk/wir…60n

It even acts as an NLB plus tons of other features, a little on the expensive side but you get what you pay for
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rheumatoid

I think its luck of the draw. Just bought an R7000 that is giving a bit … I think its luck of the draw. Just bought an R7000 that is giving a bit of grief but improving slowly with firmware updates. Seems to be the norm to release these things half finished for punters to beta test!



I think also because we still also in the draft of AC and VDSL so maybe thats why? Of course like the Wireless N Standard the IEEE still stated it a draft till about last year or so i think.
BT Infinity 2 - Unlimited usage, unlimited landline calls, £21/month (plus line rental)
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Ostensibly a deal for BT Shareholders, this allows you to sign-up for BT Infinity (AKA VDSL, FTTC) for £21/month (plus line rental). This is better than any other BT Infinity pack… Read more
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worked for me today! thanks, voted hot
Not sure why this is cold AND expired.

Still worked today. Unlimited Bt Infinity 2 ordered (Normally £26 pm), comes with £50 Sainsburys voucher, free connection (saves another £30), ,BT Sport for free, 78 Mbps download AND anytime calls (worth another £7) - all for £21 (plus ~£10 line rental if you pay up front!)

I'm in!!!!
Ive just got my line and broadband enabled and all working fine for me
yes but i doubt the 202 quid cashback will be honoured!

or will it hmmmmm
SchubertsGhost

Ostensibly a deal for BT Shareholders, this allows you to sign-up for BT … Ostensibly a deal for BT Shareholders, this allows you to sign-up for BT Infinity (AKA VDSL, FTTC) for £21/month (plus line rental).This is better than any other BT Infinity package you can get on the BT website. If you wish to compare it to other offers, please note:1.) This is for the faster Infinity service (i.e. 76Mb not 38Mb)2.) Any UK landline calls you make are included3.) There is no activation chargeIt says 18 month contract, which is probably true for new customers but, as I was renewing, it automatically changed it to a 12 month contract in the confirmation stage.http://www.productsandservices.bt.com/consumerProducts/displayTopic.do?topicId=27858&s_cid=con_FURL_broadband_shareholder


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