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Message 21 of 28

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@LPackman @tbrombo 

 

These are the Asus settings required for IPTV to work:-

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Just how is the Youview box connected to the router and what error message/comment is shown on the box?

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Message 22 of 28

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Hi,

thanks for the reply. I am using the same settings and get an IPC6023 error message on the screen. 

the router is on the latest firmware. 

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Message 23 of 28

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In terms of a cost effective VPN server I can highly recommend Wireguard / PiVpn running on Raspberry Pi4

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Hi Keith, I don't suppose you know of any suitable routers without WIFI capabilities? Hopefully that will save me some money 🙂


Thanks

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I would be extremely surprised if any router without WiFi would be cheaper than one with.

WiFi routers are aimed at the domestic market and are very cheap, a non-WiFi router would be more of a niche market and likely to be enterprise grade and thus much more expensive. They are also unlikely to be combined modem and router.

You haven't said  if you have ADSL, VDSL or FTTP so don't know if you require a modem or not.

You can get a WiFi router for under £35

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Message 26 of 28

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Thanks for the reply. Makes sense.
I'm not exactly sure. I think its VDSL. I'm quite sure I need modem capabilities though.
I'm thinking this one as I have one for free. What are your thoughts? Its end of life though now. Do you think that's a security concern for home?
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Message 27 of 28

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meant to put router model lol
draytek vigor 2860
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Message 28 of 28

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That will do just fine. I doubt there will be any security concerns.

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