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Excellent! Complications arise instantly. It's with talktalk, and some small googling seems to suggest that they don't have 'proper' fibre, so I assume it's FTTC?
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(27-07-2018, 06:11 PM)/lat pavlf Wrote: Excellent! Complications arise instantly. It's with talktalk, and some small googling seems to suggest that they don't have 'proper' fibre, so I assume it's FTTC?

If it was easy, every body would be doing it  (correctly) Big Grin  if you are indeed having a FTTC type service via TalkTalk, then this is usually in the price bracket between £20 - £30 and download speeds between range from 35Mbps to 65Mbps.

If so, then the ASUS DSL-AC56U supports this option (VDSL2) without the need for a separate modem/router supplied by ISP.

FTTC is Fibre connection, but only to the Cabinet at the end of your road. FTTH/C means more likely ISP/Openreach would have to put in a fibre cable to your home, unless you live in a new housing estate that may have Fibre Optic cables already in place.

Hope this helps?
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#33
Marvellous! That is exactly what I needed to know. I'm certain it will only be fibre to the cabinet. You should contact talktalk for some commission.
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