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Standard User acpsd775
(experienced) Mon 24-Feb-14 13:58:31
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asus DSLN66U


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Hi cant seam to find any info so im guessing no but, Dose anyone know if the asus DSL-N66U supports load balancing it has a built in VDSL modem and also a WAN port but i know that dont exactly mean much, If not dose anyone know any routers around the same price or less the better that would load balance 2 VDSL connections

Thanks Ash

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Standard User copex
(committed) Wed 26-Feb-14 20:26:13
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Re: asus DSLN66U


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the one i had was flaky at best, i donít believe it support load balancing from what i remember you either use the Ethernet wan or the adsl/vdsl modem,

the draytek 2850/60 first vdsl using the inbuilt modem and the second would use the openreach modem.
also the 2900 connecting to the two openreach modems.

though it will probably coast you
Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Thu 27-Feb-14 12:07:33
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Re: asus DSLN66U


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The DSL-N55U had a balancing option in its firmware whether the same is on the 66 model don't know

You enabled Dual-WAN and nominated which LAN port to use, or USB port, then enabled or disabled load balancing rather than fail-over.

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