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2019-02-06 08:59 PM - edited 2019-02-06 09:00 PM
Just wondering if anyone has tried to get a UniFi Security Gateway https://store.ui.com/products/unifi-security-gateway working with a FTTC setup.
I assume that the NBN modem is acting as the DSL provider and the ethernet port on that device can be plugged directly into a router WAN port. But also wondering if I have to layer on top of that connection some sort of authentication settings and/or protocols.
I'm just going to give it a try tonight and see if I can get it working. But if anyone has got this working would love to hear back.
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2019-02-06 09:29 PM
FTTC NBN just provides you an ethernet port and thats it. Requires no authentication at all on your own devices.
What you do with such a port is up to you, although currently you need ot use the optus supplied router to get the phone service.
2019-02-12 10:08 PM
Absolutely, it's what I roll out to all of my residential clients looking to completely remove their network from the bottleneck equation - which happens more often than I'd like on NBN.
USG has both Static IP and PPPoE authentication available and you shouldn't need the USG-Pro to do 100/40. USG-3P should be plenty.
If you want to check out the options available to you, check out https://demo.ubnt.com/