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nemesis
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Add VPN router to Optus FTTN set up

Hi,

I've added a Netgear R7000P to my Optus set up with a Fast5366lte-a, via Cat6 plugged into a LAN port of the Optus modem/router and the WIFI port of the R7000P.  What I've found is that the speed of the VPN router is no greater than 14MB/s where as on the Fast5366lte-a it's around 50MB/s.  Has anyone else had any experience with this sort of thing and is there a way to improve the speed from the VPN router?

Cheers

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Aman_YC
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Re: Add VPN router to Optus FTTN set up

Hi @nemesis, thanks for reaching out to us here. 

 Since you have added a non Optus device  linked to Optus router we have limited support.


You can certainly try and view our online guide on how to improve your Wi-Fi signal here .


If the issue still continues then you are best to speak with our Technical Support team via the messaging service to assist you further.


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YetAnotherAcc
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Re: Add VPN router to Optus FTTN set up

Are you getting the slow speeds only when VPN is enabled or when it is disabled as well? 

If its slow only with VPN enabled then you may have an change your MTU settings in your R7000P.

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