I upgraded my broadband to fibre with Plusnet last night. A very painful experience and the guy really didn't know what he was talking about. He went on for ages about this new router and it will pop through my letterbox, i'll get a text in a few days, plug it in and that's it no engineer! Then he told me the engineer would visit me on the 3rd Dec to swap out the faceplate on my socket, then said he wouldn't need to visit, then i got an email saying it was on hold till 4th Dec!!
I had a similar debacle when i got the copper installed and ended up buying a router as they were incapable of delivering one. It was a good choice as when the PlusNet router eventually turned up i was completely underwhelmed!
I bought a TP-Link Archer D9 AC1900 as it was capable of running VDSL, however now it comes to the crunch i read i need to connect it to a fibre modem.
So i was wondering how i could utilise the hub one as a modem and keep the TP Link as my main "router"?
Would it be as simple as hooking up the hub one as it should be and connecting the TP Link to it in "bridged mode"?