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On 09/01/14 07:47, Tremayne, Steve wrote:
I do not have the specific model which Rob mentions, but I use Draytek at every opportunity, so I would have searched, found that model and purchased it without stopping to think J A while ago, I setup a system which needed 2x ADSL lines, so we used a single ADSL router and an additional ADSL modem for the second line – this appears as a PPPoE device, basically converting VDSL to TCP/IP, but with none of the “router” functionality (DNS, DHCP, etc) This is what the BT device appears to be – just a modem. Some other interesting (background) info I found this morning: http://wiki.aa.org.uk/index.php/FTTC_Modem So, if your current router is ok, then the modem might just connect straight in to your existing router…? (You don’t say what you’re currently running)
You must have the correct type of router. that is VDSL not ADSL. My current router (Netgear, DG834G) is ADSL only so will not work.
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