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McG
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WiFi 6 Router/Modem for BT Fiber

Hi,

 

I am sure it has been asked and covered before but I couldn't find a definitive answer. 

Are there any WiFi 6 plug n play router/modems on the market for use with BT Fiber 900? 

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Keith_Beddoe
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Re: WiFi 6 Router/Modem for BT Fiber

McG
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Re: WiFi 6 Router/Modem for BT Fiber

Thank you, are those all modems too? So simply plug and play with bt?
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Keith_Beddoe
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Re: WiFi 6 Router/Modem for BT Fiber


@McG wrote:
Thank you, are those all modems too? So simply plug and play with bt?

You would just have to configure the PPPoE settings which is very easy.

username of bthomehub@btbroadband.com

Password BT

McG
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Re: WiFi 6 Router/Modem for BT Fiber

Thank you very much 👍🏻
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licquorice
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Re: WiFi 6 Router/Modem for BT Fiber

If you have Fibre 900 you don't need a modem, the ONT is the modem.

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Re: WiFi 6 Router/Modem for BT Fiber

@McG The Asus RT-AX88U is very popular.

Beware of Netgear devices, unless they have changed their stance they didn't support BT's /56PD implementation of IPv6

xmb
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Re: WiFi 6 Router/Modem for BT Fiber

I have a Netgear Orbi RBK750 and IPV6 works fine with BT. They seem to have updated the firmware for newer models to work with BT now.

clayma
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Re: WiFi 6 Router/Modem for BT Fiber

I use Fibre 900 and connected it using a Netgear RAX200 WiFi 6 router directly to the ONT but this frequently disconnected. I sent it back. I now use Unifi equipment and this has been very stable without a single drop out. You will only get faster WiFi6 speeds if your device supports WiFi6. 

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