TP-Link Archer VR600v AC1600 Wireless VoIP VDSL/ADSL Modem Router

Dual Band | Gigabit | AC1600 1300+300 Mbps

SKU: Archer VR600v

RRP $249.95
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The TP-Link Archer VR600V AC1600 Wireless VoIP VDSL/ADSL Modem Router features AC1600 300 Mbps 2.4GHz and 1300Mbps 5GHz. It is compatible with both ADSL2+ and 100 Mbps VDSL2. It comes with 4 Gigabit ports, a USB port for Samba or FTP and a dedicated app to easily access and manage your network through your phone. This modem router is perfect for home use with all the quality of life features that you need.


SKU ArcherVR600v
Model # Archer VR600v
Barcode # 6935364081980
Brand TP-Link
Shipping Weight 1.3000kg
Shipping Width 0.240m
Shipping Height 0.040m
Shipping Length 0.280m
Unit Of Measure ea
Type store
3 Years Limited Manufacturer Warranty

Excellent Modem router FTTC compatible.

13 May 2020
Excellent modem router for large homes even double stories. It has really good coverage and easy setup. Product finish is of good quality too. Configuration UI is pretty decent and has all the parameters that one needed. I have Dodo NBN FTTC and this modem router is compatible with it. Product description from TP link miss this information but it is compatible. However, I faced quite a bit of problem getting it connected with the dodo. I put everything as in my old dodo supplied modem but it just gets disconnected. I even talked to a dodo technical support person and even they were affirm that all the settings are correct. I found out that if I plug any Ethernet cable into lan3 the internet was getting disconnected. I took the cable out and it got connected. Not sure if its my copy of the device or I am missing some settings. I am just using lan1 and lan2 for Ethernet connections along with a network lan hub. I also added and for Primary DNS 1 and 2 as they were suggested in the support FAQ on the Tp link website. After that it is really working well with improved speeds and devices that were getting dropped off are no longer facing that problem. Phone line setup worked with a bit of tweaking. Dodo Voip preset did not work just with username and password. I had to select others in the telephony setup and add sip and outbound proxy to make it work. Get the username and password from the ISP. Search google for the correct settings and you will find it. I will recommend it highly.

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