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But as all you want is a change and nothing specific then they are suitable for your purpose. If in doubt just put name in hat and draw one 



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Hello again @imjolly,

 

LOL 🤣! Anyway, well other 4 VDSL modems / routers work with BT IPv6 & will they give a perfect signal around my home or not?


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@Anonymous wrote:

Hello again @imjolly,

 

LOL 🤣! Anyway, well other 4 VDSL modems / routers work with BT IPv6 & will they give a perfect signal around my home or not?


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There is no way to tell if you will get a perfect wifi signal all around your home

you need to 'bite the bullet' and make your choice



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@Anonymous See message 13

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Hello again @imjolly,

 

OK I'm do some YouTubing and stuff 😂!

 

@licquorice OK. I check it out & let you all know what I've chosen.

 

 

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Hello all at the BT Community,

 

I'm still undecided on which VDSL router to go for 🤔. Also I had too work out everything and gotta change my budget spending which is now £50 - £145.


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Hello again all 👋,

 

Thought I'd let you all know that I've decided to go with the ASUS DSL-AC68U, but if I cannot get the ASUS DSL-AC68U I will get the NETGEAR D7000-200UKS.


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@Anonymous 

If you want IPV6 then DON'T get the netgear.

My Asus DSL-AC68U gives a very good wifi signal all over my property, that's all I can say.

I know that the TP-Link devices are well thought of and one of them would be my choice after the Asus.

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Hello @TimCurtis,

 

Good afternoon to you bud 😄.

 


@TimCurtiswrote:

@Anonymous 

If you want IPV6 then DON'T get the netgear.


 

I keep forgetting about Netgear products and IPv6,  

They say that it's 'Ideal for moderate use' I can tell you now that I don't have a moderate use house. I've got a busy home network with Gaming PC, Gaming Console's, Smartphones, Set-up boxes, Smart TV's, CCTV, etc. I just need a high use network one.

My question is can this ASUS DSL-AC68U keep up with a extremely busy household or not? 

 

 

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You are making a mountain out of a molehill.

If you insist on replacing your BT hub just for a change, any of the VDSL Modem/routers you have posted will be more than adequate for your needs.

If you don't want the Netgear one just make up your mind an buy one of the other ones. There is really nothing more that any body can add to what has already been posted. 

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