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will this work on bt infinity to replace hub 5, dsl light continues flashing, phone socket is a double 11 Oct 2014
No - this is an ADSL+ modem, and won't work on Infinity which is Fibre.
I have just bought this and a Apple Airport Extreme, everything is fine except on the box (DrayTek) the internet light does not light up. Help? 31 Dec 2014
Hi Gary, I use one of these modems and the Internet light is also off. The reason in your case why the Internet light is off is because your Apple Airport is your router and handles the broadband authentication (ie you set it up with your broadband username and password) the Draytek modem just passes the Internet straight through to your Apple Airport and is acting as a bridge from the ADSL phone line to Ethernet. So the Draytek modem will not have the Internet light on as it is not a router just a modem. I use these modems when setting up new business networks, they are very good and reliable. Hope this helps.
I cannot answer for the router but certainly works well with my Apple Time Capsule cum WiFi router.
Hi. Has anyone got this working with BT broadband? I have it connected to a Netgear router (works fine with the homehub4) but it won't comnect.thankst 7 Mar 2015
This cable modem works best with a pure play router - i.e. not an ADSL modem/router - just a router. I know many people have problems with IP conflicts when they add it to an ADSL modem/router - I guess this is what you are experiencing with the Netgear router. Unlikely it has anything to do with BT broadband - I am BT as well and works perfectly with Apple time capsule/router. I would get into the Netgear innards (168.150 etc) and see if you can resolve the IP conflicts manually.
Would this work with Virgin Media? 17 days ago
Hi Duncan The Draytek 120 and 130 modems will not work with Virgin media (VM). VM use their own connection method and as far as I know you can only get a suitable modem from them. If you are trying to use an alternative router you can switch the virgin router to modem mode and then take an Ethernet feed from it into a router of your choice. See the following for information on how to do this - http://help.virginmedia.com/system/selfservice.controller?CMD=VIEW_ARTICLE&ARTICLE_ID=27555&CURRENT_CMD=SEARCH&CONFIGURATION=1001&PARTITION_ID=1&USERTYPE=1&LANGUAGE=en&COUNTY=us&VM_CUSTOMER_TYPE=Cable I hope that helps
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