My original concern was not been able to stream and watch movies with my ADSL2 system.
The tech. that I spoke to said that I should connect to the NBN.
I stated that I had concerns about all of the NBN complaints.
The tech. assured me that I would not have any problems.
1. I was not told that phone connections in bedroom, lounge room and dining room would no longer work after the NBN connection.
2. My HP fax machine no longer works, my fax is required for medical reports.
I have been a customer of OPTUS for 25 years and I am very disappointed with the OPTUS NBN.
Not good to hear 😞 Generally you would be advised at the time of sale that with NBN connections, additional sockets/phone lines would be ceased once your service is cut over.
If you do require the additional lines to be migrated over onto the NBN network this will need to be arranged by a private technician.
I have a quick fix that may help...
If your NBN connection is via FTTP, HFC, or Fixed Wireless, then:
If your NBN connection is via FTTN, FTTB or FTTc, then:
Hope this helps.