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Master Geek
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Topic # 205853 29-Nov-2016 18:59
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For Sale: ZyXEL VDSL2 P870H-51a v2 Modem and 4-Port Switch.

 

Been a great little modem for the past few years while on VDSL2 (we're not scheduled to get fibre at our place for a few more years). Been connected to an Apple AEBS it's whole life. Bought brand new at the beginning of 2014 for over $175 + shipping following recommendations from many GZ'ers that this was a great modem, and I wanted a decent modem to BYOD over to BigPipe.

 

In excellent condition, still has the plastic shrink wrap on it! - Comes with original box and documentation.

 

Moving overseas so need to sell, looking for $50 ono/best offer. Pickup in Karori/Wellington on 4 or 6 December, otherwise can ship.

 

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  Reply # 1679735 29-Nov-2016 19:13
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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1679741 29-Nov-2016 19:32
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Possibly - However my understanding is that the port is left open by default for remote management, so you should be able to disable this and be fine/secure?


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