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TP-Link Archer D9 Modem Router $171 (eBay) or $178.20 (Website) Delivered @ Wireless 1

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Been looking for a good modem router for friend, came cross to this, slightly cheaper than futu deal. Also, you can get a BONUS TP-Link RE210 AC750 WiFi Range Extender via redemption.

$178.20 on website or $171 on eBay (main link) via C5AUS code.

Alternatively available for $180 at Futu Delivered or MSY

Original 5% off Sitewide at eBay Deal Post

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  • +6 votes

    Price matched with ow and got it for $169.23

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    TP-Link Archer D9 + TP-LINK Archer T4U AC1200 Wireless Adapter for $180 at msy, but no free delivery

  • +3 votes

    Not really a bargain but also available for $171 on their eBay Store with C5AUS

  • +2 votes

    Just be wary that it is not VDSL as well so is not compatable with FTTN NBN. You'll have to purchase another modem when you're connected. Apart from that, great modem router combo.

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      Which is quite useless for most people in Australia since they would be on FTTN NBN. So why buy just an ADSL2+ modem then if are on FTTN.

      I'm getting FTTN NBN connected soon i bought a D-Link DSL-2885A VDSL2 modem that's on clearance for $129, although it's an AC1200 wireless instead of AC1900 and that's fine for me.

      https://www.itvsn.com.au/include/oecgi2.php/product?product=...

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      Does that mean it'll be compatible with FTTC? Kinda confused

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        Not sure what FTTC is, but whats the point of getting a D9 if you are getting any sort of NBN? You may as well get a C9 or another router. There's no need for the modem in the D9 unless you have ADSL.

        FWIW, I have a D9 and it's cheap but not perfect. Firmware is very basic and I can't get the port forwarding to work nomatter what settings I use. I'm changing to Asus routers in preparation for the NBN and so that I can get port forwarding to work.

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        You think 'most people' in Australia are on NBN?
        I don't agree with that claim at all.

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      This. I bought the D9 a few years ago and have been on ADSL the whole time. It's been very reliable, but as we will be moving house soon and will likely switch over to cable prior to NBN being available, at best this will become a bridge. We'll have to use the supplied cable modem or look at alternative.

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    I need a new wifi modem / router, have been interested in this model with all the deals thats been coming up. But looking for discussion on this modem on whirlpool seem to suggest that this is a discontinued model because of buggy firmware. People here seems to be positive about this model. I'm confused.

    So, Is this a stable modem? How has it been for those that have bought it?

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    Is it C5AUS expired? I got this "Looks like that's the wrong code. Please double-check and try again."