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Re: The Optus Ultra WiFi modem with 4G back-up is here

The sales rep was pretty keen for me to have the modem. It is paid off at $7 per month so after 36 months it is free.

I don't know if I will switch providers, but now I am on NBN I am finally able to. The service on optus has been pretty good, but their $2.20 non-direct debit fee and their $2.20 paper bill fee really annoy me.

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Re: The Optus Ultra WiFi modem with 4G back-up is here

I wonder if the modem is free if you sign up to a 24 months contract. The electronic bill is pretty good. The bills these days are not as complex as what it used to be with Optus. I don’t mind reading off the computer and print it out if needed, save $2.20 per month. I must say I didn’t want direct debit in the past, don’t want to sign a blank cheque and give company direct access to my account. I have set up a separate saving account, Cayman Is, with a small balance to use for direct debit, save $2.20 per month.

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Re: The Optus Ultra WiFi modem with 4G back-up is here

So the tech came but could not install as no "old" T co. line.  Amazed it took a tech to confirm as T co. at least had that inf. Perhaps they lost their records or don't like sharing?

NBN turn up unannounced and, long story short, I end up with another cable dangling from telegraph pole to the house (Sydney suburb 2020), but at least it's a cable.......

Optus Chat is just a game of being passed around "departments" until you give up (6 in a row I lasted)........

Any clues who to actually converse with at Optus or NBN to get something moving?

 

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Re: The Optus Ultra WiFi modem with 4G back-up is here

Can someone tell me if this modem can be put into bridge mode. Looking at Optus plans to finally move off Optus Cable, but if the modem can't be put into bridge mode then this a showstopper for me as I have mesh wifi network set up and other network equipment I do not want to change

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Re: The Optus Ultra WiFi modem with 4G back-up is here

@Scott18 

I have the non LTE version - the F@st 5366TN.  There is no Bridge mode on this device (like there is on the older HFC EMTAs (CG3000 / CG3000v2), but this doesn't stop my network from working.

I too have a WiFi Mesh solution connected to it from one of the yellow LAN ports.  All my devices in the home connect to the Mesh network via WiFi and RJ45 cables - laptops, TV, Fetch, printer, Gaming consoles.  Everything works so long as these are all on a common IP address subnet and that (in my case) the WiFi Mesh box connected to the Optus modem is the only router handing out IP addresses.

I don't need a static IP address for my Mesh solution - so means I can get away with the solution I have. 

 

 

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