With the BT Home Hub 6 I cannot get my CCTV to work. The ports just wont open.
I have got my CCTV working with an older router I have, but the WIFI on that router is not the best. The WIFI on the BT Home Hub seems really good.
What would be the best aftermarket router that I could open the correct ports on, but also has a good WIFI signal and range.
Thanks in advance
Purely a matter of personal preferences. Any 3rd party router will be better than any ISP supplied one.
TP-Link are very popular with users on here. Just make sure whichever one you get suits your network needs.
Just make sure that it is a VDSL modem/router. Price is usually proportional to wireless speeds, but unless you are streaming within your LAN from a NAS etc, then your broadband speed will be the governing speed and anything faster pointless.
like this one?
TP-Link AC1350 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Cable Router
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that is no good as only router and you need an vdsl modem router
Here are a couple of suggestions.
TP-Link AC1200 Wireless Dual Band VDSL/ADSL about £67
If you only want single band wireless, then this one.
The TP-Link TD-W9970 for about £40 or less.
They both work will all BT services, including BT YouView.
That is just a router, you would need to buy a modem as well. One of these would be OK for you at about £40.
Isn't the TP link W9970 limited to speeds up to 100Mbps which may be lower than the package speed on an ultrafast connection ? or would this not apply if it is used purely as a router?