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Message 21 of 29

Re: TP-LINK TD-W9980 on Infinity 2

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Now got the TD-W9980 working on Infinity 2, I found that TP-Link has issued an upgrade to the firmware for the TD-W9980 which includes all the settings now BT Infinity 2.

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Message 22 of 29

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Thought you would be pleased with the new firmware Smiley Wink ( I have a different persona elsewhere.)

 

 

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Message 23 of 29

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My one seems to work quite well and with YouView HD channels e.g. Fox HD

 

Firmware Version:0.6.0 1.10 v0021.0 Build 141215 Rel.41342n

Hardware Version:TD-W9980 v1 00000000

System Up Time:40 day(s) 13:36:21

 

Unlike a certain other product, you can see it does not need to be reset and has been no problem since the day I got it.

 

I should point out some of its other features are of no use, e.g. Media Server with a limit of 1,000 items!

 

But for WiFi, Ethernet and VDSL it seems pretty good and not too expensive.

 

 

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Message 24 of 29

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Keep your eye open for a firmware upgrade to enable g.inp, there is a beta test version available via kitz at the moment.
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Message 25 of 29

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You've got the TP-LINK TD-W9980 to work with BT Infinity 2 and with the YouView BT TV, so all the channels and services work?

 

Basically, I have BT Infinity 2, with BT TV and the extra HD channels and BT Sport etc. I'm sick of my HH5 randomly dropping WiFi speeds to 1mbps and want to replace, but I'm worried this will make the BT TV loose it's subscription channels.

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Message 26 of 29

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@topleya

you are posting on a year old post

 

 

 

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Message 27 of 29

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Irrelevant how old the post is, when the question is still valid.

 

All the more, the age of the post just highlights how incompetent BT are, how little they care about customers. The BT HH5 is a failure. Constant reboots and WiFi speeds that randomly drop to 1mbps for no reason. I've had mine replaced twice now and each time comes a new service crippling issue.

 

My question is still valid, the issue is still current and the age of the post is irrelevant.

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Message 28 of 29

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this post suggests that it does work  https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/BT-TV-and-TPLink-TD-W9980/m-p/1467565#M105907

 

@licquoriceis a tplink 9980 user



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Message 29 of 29

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@imjolly wrote:

this post suggests that it does work  https://community.bt.com/t5/Connected-Devices-Other/BT-TV-and-TPLink-TD-W9980/m-p/1467565#M105907

 

@licquoriceis a tplink 9980 user


I am but I don't have BT TV. I have no reason to believe that the TP Link doesn't work though as it has IGMP snooping capability and others have reported success.

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