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Topic # 111470 4-Nov-2012 15:41 Send private message

hi
i need a new adsl2/adsl2+ modem
nothing special
just cheap and reliable
minimum of 2 lan ports
Any suggestion

Cheers

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  Reply # 711798 4-Nov-2012 15:46 Send private message

TP-Link 8840. You won't get anything better performance or price wise.



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  Reply # 711799 4-Nov-2012 15:54 Send private message

looks awesome to me
any chance u know the difference between 8840t and 8840?

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  Reply # 711804 4-Nov-2012 16:00 Send private message

With other TP-Link hardware it's indicated the chipset type with T being Trendchip.



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  Reply # 712834 6-Nov-2012 12:33 Send private message

Speedy0197: looks awesome to me
any chance u know the difference between 8840t and 8840?


Functionally, they're the same- 'ish' bandwidth speed wise.

Depends on your needs.

My observations are as follows:

The TP-8840 supports half-bridge and syslog to server, so for basics it's the better device.

The TP-8840T does not support half bridge, doesn't support syslog to server, but does have VLAN tagging for VCs... which is handy for probably two people in New Zealand.

The TP-Link TP-8840 is no longer on sale in New Zealand.



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  Reply # 713142 6-Nov-2012 20:39 Send private message

I have one i'm not using. 

"The TP-8840 supports half-bridge and syslog to server, so for basics it's the better device."

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