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Topic # 122114 25-Jun-2013 10:22
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Hi

I'm thinking of going with snap naked vdsl.

I was thinkg of using a Asus RT-N56U 11N Dual Band instead of the fritzbox does anyone used know if this should work with SNAP VDSL.

Or any suggestions on a similar performing router.

Thanks

Peter


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  Reply # 843848 25-Jun-2013 10:34
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That's just a router, you need a router with a built in VDSL modem, or that router an an external VDSL modem.

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  Reply # 843868 25-Jun-2013 10:56
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What modem are you planning on using?

If you get something like a Zyxel P870H it'll work fine in bridge mode.




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  Reply # 844020 25-Jun-2013 14:19
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I just remembered I have a cisco 870 lying around do they do vdsl2?

I will have a look when I get home otherwise that zyxel looks pretty good and I'll use that in bridgemode.

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  Reply # 844096 25-Jun-2013 16:30
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No you would need something like an 887VA for VDSL.

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