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DrayTek Vigor 2760n ADSL2+/VDSL2 Wireless N Router Firewall with 4 Gigabit LAN ports

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BrandDrayTek
Item Weight894 g
Product Dimensions18 x 9.5 x 32 cm
Item model numberV2760N
  
Additional Information
ASINB00DVQKCIK
Best Sellers Rank 10,202 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight898 g
Date First Available11 July 2013
  
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Introducing the Vigor 2760n, The Vigor 2760n ideal for your home or small office It provides connectivity to your PCs or other Internet-connected devices (laptops, tablets, games consoles, smartphones) via its built-in Gigabit ports, or using Wireless LAN. The firewall helps protect your network from external threats, as well as the Vigor2760's built-in content filtering which gives you control over what and when your local users can access or download.
For Wireless LAN usage, the Vigor2760n version supports multiple security methods, including strong encryption but also hardware-specific authorisation and selectable client isolation (from
Most of us are still mostly using IPv4 as our Internet protocol (the system that gives us IP addresses like 194.158.12.42) but that's going to change; over the next few years, IPv6 will increase in usage and eventually we'll all be using IPv6, so the Vigor2760 already supports* it - IPv4 and IPv6 can be run simultaneously (dual-stack) on the Vigor2760.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Anxius on 16 Aug. 2014
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I bought this to replace my Vigor 2710n when I upgraded from ADSL to VDSL. As I'd hoped, the configuration was very similar to that on the 2710n so I didn't have to learn my way around a new user interface.

I began by plugging it into the BT modem that the installation engineer had fitted. It worked easily in "WAN2" mode (Ethernet input). Not only did I get fast internet, but my wireless LAN seemed much faster too. Also, the web interface for setting up the 2760n is much faster than the very sluggish one on the 2710n. This makes the process a lot less stressful.

Once I was satisfied that everything worked, I switched the router to "WAN2" mode (DSL input), removed the DSL cable from the BT modem and plugged it into the 2760n. It took me a while to Google the right settings, but in my case the only non-obvious setting for connecting to BT Openreach was to enable the "VDSL Tag" option and set the value to "101". With that done, I got an internet connection and was able to remove the BT modem.

I'm pleased with the easy setup, speed and (although it's early days) apparent reliability.
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I bought one of these (from Broadbandbuyer, another well-known and reputable seller) for the excellent GlobalView filtering (which I had used before on one of this product's predecessors - the excellent Vigor 2110n) and also for the fact that there are so many options that you can configure. Sadly, the hardware wasn't of the same quality. For a start, there was no 5Ghz band (which I knew about before purchasing it, but I was willing to take a chance on a single-band router, for the features mentioned above). In addition, the 2.4Ghz band was unreliable and often dropped out, and in different parts of my house (which isn't a large house by any stretch of the imagination) and with different devices. My son also reported that his online gaming was awful, lots of lag and stutter. I tried changing the wireless channel and making sure it was set to the correct narrow (20) bandwidth to avoid interference with neighbouring wi-fi signals, but it didn't make any difference. The bottom line - If I can't get a refund then this is going in the bin as I'm not going to try to sell it on to someone else; that wouldn't be fair.
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I bought this to replace my Vigor 2750n, and I would say I am extremely satisfied with this router. Bear in mind that there are 2 versions of this device. There is a "delight" version (which is the one I have) which ships with a brand new operating system called DrayOS, instead of the old Linux based one.

Have a look here to work out which one:
http://www.draytek.com/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=5436:vigor2760&Itemid=662&lang=en

It would appear that the newer purchases of the 2760n are the "delight" version, but I would check. Comparing it to the Linux based 2750n, I'd say this newer model (with this DrayOS) is far better in terms of performance and stability.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Viv on 15 Jun. 2014
I have given this device only 2 stars because, EVENTUALLY, WE HAVE GOT IT WORKING - for how long, only time will tell.

When we first got it, a few months ago, I upgraded it to what was the latest firmware, at the time - 1.2.0.1. It was very fiddly and temperamental to set up, working one minute and failing the next, for no apparent reason.

When I tried to set up a 2nd SSID, enabling the 2nd SSID caused the 1st SSID to stop working. I needed a 2nd SSID but, had no choice but, to leave it disabled..

Eventually the router was working reliably. Then, our broadband speed that is usually quite consistent got very slow. Today, all I did was reboot the router and suddenly none of the wifi devices would connect. I logged on to the router to find wifi had been disabled but, we hadn't done this! The router appeared to have disabled the wifi itself. I re-enabled the wifi but, the wifi devices still could not connect. I tried re-importing the cfg settings file but, this did not work either.

I checked and there was a new firmware upgrade (1.2.1) which became available just a few days ago. So, I did the upgrade.

Did firmware upgrade (ALL), loaded out cfg settings file - failed. Unknown data format when trying to view dashboard.
Did firmware upgrade (RST), loaded out cfg settings file - failed.
Reset router to factory settings - reloaded cfg file - worked.

I surmise that Draytek have had a number of complaints due to customers problems with this router so, they issued this firmware upgrade to rectify them. However, it should not be necessary to reset the router to factory settings to get a firmware upgrade to work correctly. Also, importing a backup of the settings (the cfg file) should still work correctly after a firmware upgrade.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P L. on 1 Aug. 2014
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Excellent product and excellent support, had it replacing my unreliable homehub and open reach box with minimal googling, I did find broadcast TV programs like discovery did not work. One call to Draytek and in less than a day I was up and running. This has run for weeks and weeks with no loss of service, would run longer but I often go in and dabble.

Great Product
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