Just a quick question, especially from those who already use either a Vigor 2750 or 2850. I might buy myself one of these models, and within my budget I have the choice of 'a used 2750Vn' or a new 2850 (I already have a wireless access point which connects via LAN cable to my existing router, a Business Hub 3, though it never seems to work beyond 54Mbps though specifications originally stated it should).
Anyway, why am I considering Vn? Because I would like to utilise VOIP, save a bit of money every month by cancelling BT's anytime call plan, and have a faster wireless access point built into the router.
From the differences between the two I've noticed:
- 2850 has no wireless or VOIP, 2750Vn does
- 2850 has the addition of connecting to the BT OR modem via LAN4, 2750Vn has VDSL2 only (if I'm going all-in-one however, shouldn't be an issue)
- 2850 supports 50k sessions, 2750Vn supports 15k sessions
- 2850 supports additional features such as static routing, 2750Vn is unmarked on this attribute
So, based on the fact I have five static IP's with BT Business, and would like to go to an all-in-one solution preferably, how do people who have the 2750 or 2850 find it compared to the current hardware provided by BT?
Any other views are welcome too. Thanks in advance.
Edited by Ixel (Mon 16-Jul-12 14:52:23)