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  #1541805 25-Apr-2016 19:12
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NonprayingMantis:

 

4) provide total support for any and all customer CPE, even super complex bits of kit that only a few people in the world own.   (there are no ISPs in NZ who would do this AFAIK, because there are simply too many different parts and combinations of parts to have that much knowledge)

 

 

How about I use common models routers a whole bunch of others use?

 

Why, that sounds like "common (?) sense" to me.





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  #1541811 25-Apr-2016 19:19
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MichaelNZ:

NonprayingMantis:


4) provide total support for any and all customer CPE, even super complex bits of kit that only a few people in the world own.   (there are no ISPs in NZ who would do this AFAIK, because there are simply too many different parts and combinations of parts to have that much knowledge)



How about I use common models routers a whole bunch of others use?


Why, that sounds like "common (?) sense" to me.



That would be option 3 then. So check snap(2D) Bigpipe and Flip as most likely candidates. Bigpipe and flip definitely since they default to BYO router anyway, so have a lot of experience wth third party routers.

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