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Cisco 867VAE-K9. Is it compatible with the NBN in Australia?

Hello All,

 

Just a quick question for a cisco newbie.

 

I'm having trouble using a 867VAE-K9 to connect to the NBN in Australia.

 

Is it compatible?

 

Appreciate any help.

 

Regards,

Leonard

 

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

I'm having trouble using a

I'm having trouble using a 867VAE-K9 to connect to the NBN in Australia.

I've got NBN and I'm using an 881 and with Internode.

 

The NBN port directly connects to my GigabitEthernet port marked "WAN".  

 

Bear in mind that the 860-series router is "rated" to push up to 12.80 Mbps (one-way traffic and no encryption).

New Member

Thanks Leo. So based on this,

Thanks Leo.

 

So based on this, and note that I'm new to the cisco versions/models, this should be the same for the 867VAE?

 

Mine doesn't work with the GigaBit port GE1 (WAN).

 

Regards,

Leonard

 

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Leonard,  I'm not familiar

Leonard, 

 

I'm not familiar with the 867 but does the router have a GigabitEthernet (yellow colour) and marked as "WAN"?  

New Member

Hi Leo, All the ports are

Hi Leo,

 

All the ports are yellow and the GigaBitEthernet1 is marked as WAN.

 

Regards,

Leonard

 

Hall of Fame Super Gold

All the ports are yellow and

All the ports are yellow and the GigaBitEthernet1 is marked as WAN.

Then directly connect the NBN "box" directly to this port and pour all the ATM configuration into this port.   

 

What speed is your DSL speed?

New Member

Doesn't work unfortunately. 

Doesn't work unfortunately.  NBN speed is 25mbps. not ADSL.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

NBN speed is 25mbps

NBN speed is 25mbps

Cisco 860 is NOT designed to push that much WAN speed.  

not ADSL.

Configuration is the same.  It's just moving to a different port on the router (and different cable).

New Member

Ok thank you.

Ok thank you.

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