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Topic # 151525 28-Aug-2014 09:15
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Hello all I'm new and registered on this forum as I'm wondering if anyone has any experience using VDSL modems from Vodafone and knowing if they work with Bigpipe VDSL Turbo plan, any help is very much appreciated cheers

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  Reply # 1117073 28-Aug-2014 09:29
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I don't know about that one specifically,  but there is no reason it shouldn't work.
Sopark uses almost the exact same model, and it requires no changes to work on Bigpipe, but I don't know if VF use any specific firmware to block other ISPs or not. that makes it hard to setup on a different ISP.

You may need to get into the advanced settings menu to input the Bigpipe settings.

VF should be able to tell you how to do that.





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  Reply # 1117077 28-Aug-2014 09:35
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No Vodafone does not block the modem from been used on other ISPs



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  Reply # 1117080 28-Aug-2014 09:37
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Great thanks for the help guys its much appreciated I plan on upgrading to BigPipes Turbo plan so just wanted to be sure that the VF Modem is capable with Bigpipe cheers

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  Reply # 1117094 28-Aug-2014 10:10
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Yes the Modem will work fine with Bigpipe. :) I'd personally disable TR069 on the modem but thats a question for another thread wink



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  Reply # 1117096 28-Aug-2014 10:13
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What's that? is it something I should be concerned about? TR069?

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  Reply # 1117099 28-Aug-2014 10:17
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Ryuken: What's that? is it something I should be concerned about? TR069?


PM'd you, Google it for more info about what it does / allows

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