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Topic # 192160 29-Feb-2016 12:45
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Hi - changed to Vodafone Vdsl recently. I enquired about continuing to use our Asus modem when we switched to Vdsl and was told that would be fine.  We have given the supplied vodafone modem 10 days and found we get a lot of disconnections.

 

When trying to set up our Asus AC 68U I cannot get it to connect.  I have spoken to Vodafone people and Asus people. Is anybody able to help?

 

 

 

Thanks

 

James


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  Reply # 1501446 29-Feb-2016 12:55
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There was a thread on the Vodafone Community forums about a year ago re setting up the Asus DSL-N66U. I image they are similar.


Search the Vodafone forums or PM me with an email address and I'll send you some info.


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  Reply # 1501473 29-Feb-2016 13:22
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bmoff:

 

There was a thread on the Vodafone Community forums about a year ago re setting up the Asus RT-AC66U. I image they are similar.

 

Search the Vodafone forums or PM me with an email address and I'll send you some info.

 

 

The RT is a router isn't it? and wont do VDSL


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  Reply # 1501479 29-Feb-2016 13:25
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Yep sorry I meant the DSL-N66u.


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  Reply # 1502341 1-Mar-2016 18:46
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I am using an ASUS DSL-AC68U just fine on Vodafone VDSL... absolutely awesome little devices... Let me know if you don't succeed, I can send some screenshots of my configuration through. 




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  Reply # 1505237 2-Mar-2016 21:39
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Thanks guys.  All sorted now - appreciate the help!!


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