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I had this router 2 years ago and faced similar problems with Plusnet ADSL then Fibre. Upgrading the router firmware resolved this issue. Insidder is a very useful utility for troubleshooting network problems. Its no longer free, but the old free version can be found here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/inssid… see more I had this router 2 years ago and faced similar problems with Plusnet ADSL then Fibre. Upgrading the router firmware resolved this issue. Insidder is a very useful utility for troubleshooting network problems. Its no longer free, but the old free version can be found here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/inssider.html
I now use the N66U version. see less
I had this router 2 years ago and faced similar problems with Plusnet ADSL then Fibre. Upgrading the router firmware resolved this issue. Insidder is a very useful utility for troubleshooting network problems. Its no longer free, but the old free version can be found here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/inssider.html
I now use the N66U version.

By Eddie Francis on 04 March 2014
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This is a router only, it doesn't contain a modem. You need to have a modem in place already.
The difference is a modem handles the signal to and from your supplier and needs to be the right type cable OR BT. A router sits between your modem and your PCs/tablet/phone and routes all of your Internet connections. So lo… see more
This is a router only, it doesn't contain a modem. You need to have a modem in place already.
The difference is a modem handles the signal to and from your supplier and needs to be the right type cable OR BT. A router sits between your modem and your PCs/tablet/phone and routes all of your Internet connections. So long as you have the right modem set up this router will work with a cable or a BT connection. see less
This is a router only, it doesn't contain a modem. You need to have a modem in place already.
The difference is a modem handles the signal to and from your supplier and needs to be the right type cable OR BT. A router sits between your modem and your PCs/tablet/phone and routes all of your Internet connections. So long as you have the right modem set up this router will work with a cable or a BT connection.

By Sean Foster on 05 June 2014
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yes, i use it with bt open reach box and ive got talktalk fibre optic.
By james on 01 April 2016
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I used the Internet. There is a guide on YouTube.
By mr r clarke on 12 September 2015
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Hi, I supposed you mean N56U and N66U. Myself is using N56U, the signal strength could be a problem. I put it in living room and the kitchen get no signal. but it is fine in bedroom. My office is using N66U, it is absolutely a brilliant machine. we can even get signal outside of the building. N66U is near to a enterpri… see more Hi, I supposed you mean N56U and N66U. Myself is using N56U, the signal strength could be a problem. I put it in living room and the kitchen get no signal. but it is fine in bedroom. My office is using N66U, it is absolutely a brilliant machine. we can even get signal outside of the building. N66U is near to a enterprise level router, it can take up 10-20 device without any problem. In case you really mean N65U, I am not quite sure with it, I have not used it, but I imagine the N66U would be the most supreme one among all three. see less Hi, I supposed you mean N56U and N66U. Myself is using N56U, the signal strength could be a problem. I put it in living room and the kitchen get no signal. but it is fine in bedroom. My office is using N66U, it is absolutely a brilliant machine. we can even get signal outside of the building. N66U is near to a enterprise level router, it can take up 10-20 device without any problem. In case you really mean N65U, I am not quite sure with it, I have not used it, but I imagine the N66U would be the most supreme one among all three.
By Zephyr on 03 January 2015
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Auto Channel should sort out any conflicts..
By Phillip Nicholl on 12 January 2015
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Hi
You receice 1 flat cat5 cable. Hope this helps . steve

By Android on 08 March 2015
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You'll have double NAT and other issues if you just turn the wifi off on the Sky router.
By Nayem on 17 October 2016
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You can, but you must turn off DHCP, to force router act as an access point and not as a switch.
By Andrey Mayboroda on 27 August 2016
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Hi Derek this router replaces the black home hub, the cream coloured unit is still required.
By Mr. K. G. Bantleman on 08 September 2014