The broadband market has started changing, with customers now moving from ADSL/ADSL2+ and even FTTC services, to newer superfast and ultrafast full fibre FTTP (Fibre to the Premises)
based services. With this brings in some cases a change of hardware requirement as many older routers will not work directly with the next generation of broadband services, however, some can be made to work, with varying degrees of success.
Below is a growing list of older ADSL/VDSL hardware that can be made to work with Aquiss FTTP packages, linking the hardware below via an ethernet cable to the installed ONT, that's fitted within the property with all FTTP services.Aquiss does not endorse or provide direct support for any router listed below.Known NOT to work
Draytek 2600 Series
Netgear DGN2000 / N300
TP-Link TD-W8960Nv4Known TO work
TP-Link A7 - Router Setup Guide
TP-Link C7 - Router Setup Guide