Ok, so I'm not sure many people have tried the Vigor 130 yet, but having received mine today, I thought I'd give my initial impressions, and then hopefully I can get a bit of help on improving things.
I am using it with my Asus DSL-N55U, so I really just want the Vigor to run in bridge mode, or at least pass everything to the N55U as a DMZ. Both of these worked with the TG589.
Anyway, initial config, as a standalone router, is quite simple (though the NZ-specific instruction sheet included has a few minor errors). It syncs about the same as the TG589 (both low-60Mbps down and 10Mbps up in my case). Performance like this, is g ood.
Now, I can set the N55U up as a True IP DMZ target. Fine. But then I only get ~6Mbps throughput in each direction. Not exactly good. And I can't seem to get it to connect in bridge mode. The VLAN enable tickbox in the web gui keeps unticking, and when I tried to set VLAN tagging on WAN1 via the telnet interface, it told me the value had to be between 33 and 4095 - what?
I think I'll try to contact Snappernet support tomorrow, and see if they have had a bit more chance to play, to perhaps correct what I'm getting wrong. But at this stage, my initial impression is, the TG589 is better. Quite shocked, to be honest, having had great experiences with Draytek's ADSL products.
So, anyone else used one yet, specificaly in bridge mode or with DMZ passthrough?