Now that my exchange says that it is FTTC enabled (that and my neighbour telling me about his 13ms latency times!! - I am green with envy) I am looking to upgrade my ADSL to FTTC.
I'm quite happy with my current provider and have a block of 8 IPs, pretty standard I guess
My current setup is that I use a DG834GT into the BT master socket, and it serves my external /29 subnet approriately, with a netgear WNR3500 handling my internal network for machines that I don't need on an external IP.
So, ny ISP is listing the Draytek 2920n as a suitable router to plug into the BT openreach modem that gets supplied with the FTTC installation, But:
I noticed that it does not list IPV6 amongst the specifications (If I need to spend on a new router I would rather have it have IPV6 support rather than have to potentially spend another hundred pounds or so in x years to get *another* one with IPv6 Support),
so I have looked at two other routers:
The Draytek 2750 which does list IPV6 and the Billion BiPAC 7800N (A friend has this and recommends it).
Does anyone have any experience with these routers (I guess I'm really after pros/cons of the 2920n vs. the 2750 vs the 7800n ?)
My Usage is fairly standard - remote working from home from time to time, several external machines requiring external IPs and an internal network.
Oh - I assume that the BT openreach modem uses the same cable that the DG834 uses to plug into the wall socket - RJ11 is it ?
Thanks for any viewpoints / shared experience