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TP-Link Archer D9 Wireless AC1900 Dual Band ADSL2+ Gigabit Modem Router $85.50 Delivered @ Shallothead eBay

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Probably the cheapest so far (I couldn't find anything cheaper in the previous deals).

TP-Link Archer D9 Wireless AC1900 Dual Band ADSL2+ Gigabit Modem Router

TP-Link Archer D9 Wireless AC1900 Gigabit Modem Router suits ADSL2+ and NBN Fibre Connections (NBN FttN and FttB connections require a separate VDSL modem which can plug into this) | Dual Band Wireless AC | Combined Wi-Fi speeds of up to 1.9 Gbps | 2 x USB ports

Extra 25% Off at checkout: just add the item to the cart to see the discount. And then a further 5% discount using coupon PICK 5 - original post for that here https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/354408

Remember cashrewards as well. :)

EDIT: 4 more units in stock right now with the main deal URL.

They are selling the same item with the same discounts, but in another URL: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/261497929000 (this link shows out of stock right now)

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  • +1 vote

    great price! I use one of these for HFC NBN and it works a charm. Great Wi-Fi reachability and speeds.

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    Mine died within the warranty period (3 years), took it back to Wireless1, got a new unit, and then sold it off. Used the money to buy a ASUS-RT68U.

    Good router with an ADSL modem for the price, although, not very customisable. If you're using NBN (HFC or FTTH), don't buy this and instead go for either a mesh networking product (if you have a big home) or an ASUS that can do 3rd party firmware.

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    It has been great for me. THough i had to sell it due to getting fttn type of nbn.

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      You could have kept it and run it in router mode. I did that with my D7 until the Google Home and Chromecast code changes kept crashing it.

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    Thinking of getting one to use as an additional access point upstairs, any gotchas?

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      In case you've an NBN connection, you may need to verify that it's NOT an FTTN type connection because this unit doesn't support that.

      Having said that, I'm presently on an ADSL2+ connection and even if I upgrade to NBN in the future, I'd still be using this as the wifi router as I'm told the wifi strength and handling of multiple (simultaneous) devices is great with this unit.

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        They can use it as an access point (I.e. Router only mode) with any kind of NBN connection. It's only if using as a modem that it won't support vdsl/fttn

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        yes, you can use it just as a wireless router and connect to whatever modem NBN has supplied, that way if you have an issue they won't fob you off for using a device they don't support because you'd be using their supported modem.

        I'm due to get HFC, and not many devices come with coax modems built in, so will use whatever they supply and supplement with existing TPlink for wireless and disable the ADSL2 modem.

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    Can anyone recommend me a decent VDSL modem to go with this router? Or an all in one? I believe a modem with broadcom chipsets works the best for FTTN

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    Bought this more for the colour than anything else. Nice to have a modem that doesn't look ugly against the kitchen its in. Its small footprint is a bonus too.

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    Anyone know if you can adjust the snr?

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    Out of stock :(

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    The primary URL shows "out of stock" but the second URL works fine..

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    "(NBN FttN and FttB connections require a separate VDSL modem which can plug into this)"

    Any opinions on a good one?

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    Wireless1 has one listed here

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      Yes, but they are offering 20% on $120, and the deal I've posted here was 25% on $120. Now that the stocks have run out on this deal, the wireless1 offer must probably be the cheapest.

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