Compatible with FTTN
I bought this modem as it was cheaper than buying through the internet company I went with.
It appears to have good signal, from a distance my phone still connects without issue.
Glad I bought this for the time being. Haven't had any trouble so far and has great speeds.
If you're looking for a temporary cheaper, compatible modem, this would be for you.
Great value. And it does the job!
I needed a basic modem that was compatible with my NBN technology, which is HFC, and also VoIP-enabled. This particular model was recommended to me by a Internet Service Provider rep when I signed up for NBN upgrade. Pros:
Cheaper than other modems I was considering.
Gateway interface is very easy to navigate. You wouldn't need to be too tech-savvy to configure the modem no matter who your ISP is.
Aesthetically nice and medium-small in size. NO unnecessary cosmetic antennas sticking out everywhere!
Provides a stable connection to all device...
Low cost FTTB
I chose this as a low cost replacement for the **** modem I got on my TPG FTTB contract. It does the charm at much higher wireless speeds than the modem they sent me, and I'm talking 4-5 times higher. The admin interface is also simple to use. In terms of the product design, it's well made and doesn't take much space on the table/bench. It is plastic-y, but it's also a cheap modem.
- Verified purchase
Poor DSL connectivity and dreadful wifi
I chose to take this modem/router a year ago as part of the mynetfone package, partly because I knew I had problems with the copper lines at this address and reasoned that I would get better support using the Service Provider's equipment.
In practice, this was not a good idea, as the very poor performance of the modem and router exacerbated the problems.
3 weeks ago I replaced the TP Link TD-VG5612 with a Netgear D6200, coupled with a Cisco SPA122 ATA unit for voip.
- Poor ADSL modem.
The specs say that the TD-VG5612 is a Broadcom chipset, ...
Good for home network
I have had several different routers, but this one is a good solution for your home network. The benefit of this router is possibility to use a hard drive. It provides fast wireless and wired connections, but sometimes there are problems with disconnection. The router is good choice for private usage, but I hardly recommend it to people who are looking for working purposes.
Questions & Answers
Is it compatible with VDSL2
|Category||Routers and Modems|
|Frequency Band||Single-Band (2.4GHz)|
|Features||Parental Controls and Quality of Service|
|Maximum Wireless Speed||300 Mbps|
|Number of Ethernet Ports||4|
|Wi-Fi Standard||802.11 b, 802.11 g and 802.11 n|
|DSL Support||ADSL, VDSL and VDSL2|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||0|
|Dimensions||60 x 174 x 130 mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)|
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