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Topic # 148571 23-Jun-2014 19:49
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I have been using this router since March 2013 and it is probably the most stable router I have used.
That being said I was on a trial system for WXC and they gave me the modem to use and trial before releasing to the public.
I am about to vacate the house where the connection is and WXC has said that they don't want the router back so if anyone wants one for $50 I am happy to courier to them at their expense. Still have the box to post it in.

Info from the router:
Software Version:    
Release Date:    04-May-14 14:17:28
Signaling Protocol:    SIP

The router is running on UFB via Chorus box but can do ADSL 2+ or VDSL I believe. It is also able to be used with WXC phone system if you have a fusion account

The wifi is not too strong but does OK and not a problem as use 2 other routers as access points around the house that are connected via network cable.

Anyway if interested let me know via PM otherwise it will be packed into a box next week



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  Reply # 1072890 23-Jun-2014 20:02
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Moved to [Offers/Wanted]...

It's a brilliant router - I have the same one here, with a WXC VFX VoIP account, running on a Vodafone cable 130Mbps connection. As OP pointed out is very stable - it goes months without a restart here. Worth every penny if you buy it.

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  Reply # 1072898 23-Jun-2014 20:15
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Chorus has spent $1.4 billion on making their xDSL broadband network faster. If your still stuck on ADSL or VDSL, why not spend from $150 on a master filter install to make sure you are getting the most out of your connection?
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  Reply # 1072899 23-Jun-2014 20:22
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Looks like it may have gone - thanks for that


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  Reply # 1073110 24-Jun-2014 09:19
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Please be aware that the voip service on these devices is locked to WXC.

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  Reply # 1073182 24-Jun-2014 10:11
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Even without the VoIP the router is a good router, apart from weaker wifi sometimes.

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