The cable for the BT box is plugged into the LAN 1 socket. I tried the EWAN socket but this gave no BT TV at all, so I reverted to the LAN 1 port
I believe it is FTTC, but how do I check? I had assumed that because the BT Home Hub 6 that I was replacing was a Modem/Router then that's what I needed.
The DSL-AC88U can take inputs from DSL, via the EWAN socket, or via a 3G/4G dongle so I thought I was fairly well covered ...
BTW, I used to have a separate modem some time ago but with PlusNet and now BT this has not been required - I assume I have been using modems within the Home Hubs.
If you plug your Asus into the master phone socket it is FTTC. For FTTP, you will have an Openreach ONT.
What are the other options in the drop down where you have selected WAN1?
If it's FTTP then you will have one of these boxes and you don't need a modem (see the drawings about half way down the page).
It plugs directly into the master socket.
Re the options for WAN type, they are as below:
It was actually the WAN port rather than WAN type that I was wondering about.
Sorry. I have used the LAN 1 port as I thought this would be the best option, but there is nothing in the manual that states that this port should be used. The LAN and WAN ports for this modem/router are as below:
IPC6023 is a very common error message with a wide range of causes, one of which is the DSLAM, do you still have a BT hub that you could try just to prove that the error is not with the DSLAM