[AUSTRALIA] X73-DSL - Switching from FTTN to FTTP

[AUSTRALIA] X73-DSL - Switching from FTTN to FTTP

[AUSTRALIA] X73-DSL - Switching from FTTN to FTTP
[AUSTRALIA] X73-DSL - Switching from FTTN to FTTP
2024-02-12 02:35:33 - last edited 2024-02-12 03:11:19
Model: Deco X73-DSL  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.0.9 Build 20230720 Rel. 51373

Hi there. 

 

I have an opportunity to upgrade from FTTN to FTTP with my current provider and I have a question about whether or not I can continue to use my current X73-DSL router. 

 

Am I correct in my assumption in that all I will need to do is remove the RJ11 telephone cable from the DSL Port that's associated with my FTTN connection, replace it with a Cat6 RJ45 cable which will run from the newly installed Fibre NTD UNI-D ports into one of the network ports on the back of the X73 and then go back into the app to change the set up so my router becomes a "Wireless Router Mode" device and it should still work [including the VOIP and any existing secondary DECO mesh access points]?

 

AX5400 VDSL Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 6 Modem Router 3

Thank you in advance, 

Adz_P

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Re:[AUSTRALIA] X73-DSL - Switching from FTTN to FTTP
2024-02-13 07:48:58

  @Adz_P 

Hi, yes, you are right. Rj45 port+ Wireless router mode.

For more details, you could also refer to NBN Network in Australia

Best regards.

 

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Re:[AUSTRALIA] X73-DSL - Switching from FTTN to FTTP
2024-05-06 05:24:34

  @Adz_P Correct... I just did this yesterday, FttP now!

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Re:[AUSTRALIA] X73-DSL - Switching from FTTN to FTTP
2024-05-06 07:31:22

Awesome @LtdEd .. It was too easy in the end and I'm now enjoying 100mbps+ on FTTP! 

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