Help Choosing A Router
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What would AAISP recommend as a router/Modem?
AAISP customers are free to use their own routers if they wish. This is a table of the routers/modems that AAISP sell, and their features.
|ZyXEL VMG1312||DLINK 320B||ZyXEL P660R-D1||FireBrick 2500/2700|
|Description||4 port, wifi, FTTC, ADSL, Bridge modem||PPPoE Bridge Modem, ADSL||Single port basic router, ADSL||4 port Ethernet Router/Firewall etc.|
|Not so good points for:||
There are a few minor bugs that we're aware of and working with ZyXEL to fix
Don't use it for anything but a bridge!
Steeper learning curve, as you'd probably expect from a router of this level (but A&A can help support)
|Configured by AAISP|
Sometimes an extra charge is applied
Will require a Modem, such as the DLINK
|Use with your own PPPoE router
We prefer the DLINK as a bridge due to MTU limitations (they drop packets above 1504 bytes)
|Built in WiFi|
|Native IPv6||n/a (as used as a bridge)|
|Built in FireWall|
Or, maybe these typical scenarios will help you decide:
You can always use your own equipment, that's fine too!