I was a trial site for WXC and as such they arranged for Chorus to get a UFB connection installed at my house. There is a separate install with pictures on the UFB forum but since I was not at the time allowed to divulge the router I was using as still under evaluation I thought I would add my comments.
My previous router was a TPLINK TD-WP8690N and off that I had a Cisco PAP2T for phone (it's for sale if anyone wants it). Now that worked OK after sorting out the ALG or something as it would send data out and not receive until sorted. The guys on these forums helped with that.
Thought that setup worked OK it was no where as easy as the MP264 router supplied by WXC.
After initial chorus issue was sorted the router set itself up for phone and internet and I setup wifi password and was off.
I installed the UFB white box in the garage cabinet (if you are intending to do this get a large cabinet not a small one) and the MP264 next to it. The outlet from the MP264 phone 1 went back via the hybrid fibre to the ETP outside and then connected to the existing phone connections in the house - very neat job .
I now have the MP264 connected via cable to the lounge to TV and bluray player (for Netflix) via an old Linksys wireless router with the router bits turned off. The other connection is to the family room where there is another TV with a Bluray player, Android TV box and a computer. This all connects via the old TPLINK wireless router with DHCP turned off. So I have choice of 3 wifi nets in house.
The router also has some rule tables that are quite easy to setup using existing devices detected by the MP264 to enable access to the internet - goes off for some devices at 9:25pm at night and over dinner each night. Once you have setup one rule the rest is easy.
Would be nice to have a easy setup system but it was easy enough as I am computer literate but not network guru so it is often the first time every time I setup a network config.
After a chorus fibre damage the other week the router reconnected and has been rock solid in comparison to the TPLink which seemed to get slower the longer it had been turned on for. A rest sorted that usually
So am more than happy with the WXC router and connection as they were very helpful when chorus installer damaged my fibre and had to reinstall the outside length again.