Router fibra fttc

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Gentili buongiorno
avrei necessità di acquistare un router Zyxel di ultima generazione per linea fibra fttc operatore vodafone.
non riesco a capire se AX6000 12 possa andare bene, tuttavia non ha la porta per il telefono fisso.

potete per cortesia suggerirmi un prodotto?

Grazie
ilario

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  • tonygibbs16
    tonygibbs16 Posts: 841  Guru Member
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    Hello @ilario

    Using Google Translate, I see that you ask:
    "Dear good morning
    I would need to buy a latest generation Zyxel router for a vodafone operator fttc fiber line.
    i can't figure out if the AX6000 12 will fit, however it doesn't have the port for the landline phone.

    can you please suggest me a product?

    Thank you
    hilar"

    Looking at https://www.zyxel.com/global/en/products/wifi-router/ax6000-12-stream-multi-gigabit-wifi-6-router-armor-g5/overview you are correct that it does not have a connection for a landline telephone.

    It could work well on an fttc fiber line as the WAN port goes up to 2.5 Gbps.

    You could do the telephone connection with an external item, such as a Grandstream HT812 ATA, see http://www.grandstream.com/products/gateways-and-atas/analog-telephone-adaptors/product/ht812 which I have been using successfully at home.

    Kind regards,
        Tony
  • ilario
    ilario Posts: 6
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    Dear Mr Tony 
    thanks for your advice
    question: but is it possible to connect the AX6000 12 router directly to the internet fttc line?

    Best Regards
    ilario Orlandi
  • tonygibbs16
    tonygibbs16 Posts: 841  Guru Member
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    Hello @ilario Ilario

    You're welcome.

    The following link would be a good basis for my reply, see https://www.thinkbroadband.com/guides/fibre-fttc-ftth-broadband-guide

    If the fibre comes directly to your premises, then it is fibre to the home (FTTH), and you would then need to connect the Zyxel device to a fibre optical network terminal (ONT) device (from Vodafone) with a copper cable.

    If the fibre stops at a primary cross connection place with copper in the last kilometre, then it is fibre to the curb/cabinet. You would then connect the Zyxel device to the copper cable at its network termination unit (NTU) (from Vodafone.)

    Kind regards,
         Tony

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