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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

Disconnected all the BT gear and plugged in the Vigor box which fired up straight away. Not much noticable diffenece in performance. The VPN work fine only limited by the slow ADSL at the other end :smileysad:

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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

Do you know of a download link to the User Guide? I went to the Draytek site to find one, but can't see one for the 2750. I'm interested to see how the internal software is geared up.

 

Some of the features on that 2750 sound perfect for my needs, DLNA server, NAS storage for USB Drives etc... If it means I can get rid of the BT Fibre junk Router combo too, it's a win win situation.

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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

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Thre's nothing online yet - It seems to be a very new model for the UK. The only info I needed to set it up was some setings specific to BT infinity - see VDSL BT Infinity Setup

 

The VPN set up self-explanatory.

 

 

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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

Thanks for the link, I'll keep it bookmarked for when I get one. :smileyhappy:

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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

Hi

 

How do you find out what the username and password to use is? We have only ever been given a @btinternet.com one, no user@hgxx.btclick.com formatted one.

 

Thanks

Shell

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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

Log onto your BT account (using the btinternet.com) details - there you will find a section 'Manage Your Router' this shows your BTCLICK details. See below.Mamage Services

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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

Hi

 

What I assume is a screenshot doesn't load unfortently.

 

I log in to https://www.bt.com/youraccount with our own non-BT email address to view Bills etc. I logged in and can not find a 'Manager Your Router' link. I also tried logging in with the @btinternet.com address we were given and password (I know these are correct as I use these regulary to access BT Fon/Openzone Hot Spots) but it would not allow me to log in.

 

Thanks

Michelle

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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

Looks like you will have to get incontact with BT about this - we recieve all these details in the 'welcome' e-mail. I take it you logged in under the Business Account section ?

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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

Hi Shel,

 

If you are logging in with a @btinternet.com email address, this is a home/residential account. I would advise contacting the residential helpdesk to get support.

residential helpdesk options

Regards

 

markp

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Re: BT Fibre/Infinity - Guide to using your own router

Hi,

Is the Draytek 2920n compatible?  Is it better than the 2750n?  Another FTTC isp is recommending this.