I saw Optus is also upgrading finally to an AC wireless version so they will probably have pretty much common hardware.. except they're charging me 8 for it because I refuse to go on contract. I'm now thinking it might be wise to just go for one of the modems pete has listed, such as the tp link vr600. they lock their modems down so hard you can hear the chips inside screaming. I noticed a couple of times however that the signal would just "drop" (if I was connected to it) where as the ASUS wouldn't have this issue. eg ADSL and NBN, FTTN or FTTP will all have different issues and different outcomes. It should be a few minutes work to switch and the best answer is your own A – B testing. Telstra releases almost no info now about these routers.. The TG799AC whilst having fairly lousy wireless does actually have excellent ADSL modem at least. but how do you beat a Max (hence the foolishness of the name)?? And I've tried to delete my previous post, but only succeeded in doubling it. So I reckon I'll just keep it in it's box as a backup/reserve. Up the other end is the red WAN port, that has nothing plugged into it. The Optus box (which I believe is the 'same' as the 5350AC) has 4 LAN ports, 1 WAN port (FTTP? The green (3) indicates the step in the setup process, not to indicate how many devices can connect to it.
which you could have got on ebay for brand new.. As they shipped the modem without confirming the model with me, they have agreed to take this back should I not be happy with it. I had it running parallel to my ASUS RT-AC68U and noticed a very similar signal strength. I was kind of hoping that I was getting the Gateway Max, or Max 2. I'm on ADSL, and I'll return with what the results were/are. This is very new box and the firmware probably needs about 10 more revisions knowing Technicolor. So I reckon I'll just keep it in it's box as a backup/reserve. The TG799AC, i have noticed has 4 LAN ports, all which I use. Plus the 5355 doesn't have an ethernet port, which I use. I notice on the TG799vac, the ethernet port is yellow, like the LAN ports, but i have the blue ethernet running out of it. I think you're reading the instructions wrong, friend.
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Actually, I haven't technically agreed to this modem yet. Ok, I'll hook up the 5355 later on in the day, and see what happens. I was kind of hoping that I was getting the Gateway Max, or Max 2. I'm on ADSL, and I'll return with what the results were/are. I was kind of hoping that I was getting the Gateway Max, or Max 2. I'm on ADSL, and I'll return with what the results were/are. The TG799AC, i have noticed has 4 LAN ports, all which I use. Plus the 5355 doesn't have an ethernet port, which I use. The new one (5350AC) has Wi Fi ac, so you should be seeing 2 SSID's for a 2.4 and a 5.0Ghz.
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Or alternatively, pay the 8 for a backup telstra modem and then attempt to get a 3rd party one afterwards... I'm intrigued as I spent 0 on my ASUS and then Telstra seem to have brought out a half decent modem – maybe it's their move towards Telstra Air? For instance you want to change DNS, fix a static route, setup a vpn, maybe run some Qo S.. If you already have the TG799AC then I would say the two are pretty well line ball. I currently have a Billion 7500NXL which has been fine, particularly the Wi Fi, but get the occasional drop-outs and can be slow at times which may or may not have anything to do with the Billion. https://imageshack.com/a/ubo M/1 The image looks like the device is either an ADSL modem or intended for an ADSL service.
If technicolor offerings are better value, I might as well pay the extra for it. Seems like good bang for the buck and not locked down by Telstra firmware. you can buy a cheap Telstra modem if you ever need it.. This was about 15m away at 34% strength on 5 ghz – 2.4 was fine. there is no user manual because they are so locked up you don't need one. And I've tried to delete my previous post, but only succeeded in doubling it. ), two VOIP ports, and a DSL port (my FTTN connection) – plus a couple of USB ports. I've been connected for a few days and I am impressed: suspect that it is a major upgrade from the old box. You can only connect a max of 2 ethernet (wired) devices directly into this sagem unit, unless you're using a switch behind it. Just renegotiated a new plan with Telstra which included Telstra TV and [email protected] 5355 modem.
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