VMG4005-B50B - CenturyLink

Bill_Stewart Posts: 2  Freshman Member
edited June 2020 in Smart Home Product
I have CenturyLink VDSL2 bonded service in USA. They provided an ACTIONTEC C1900A device. The GUI of this device gives the following details:
Broadband Mode Setting: Auto Select
Broadband Mode Detected: VDSL2 Bonding - 8A
Transport Mode: PTM
Service Type: PTM-Tagged
The GUI lists "DSL1 Status" and "DSL2 Status" - each link provides 43.648/5.504 Mbps (total 87.296 Mbps/11.008 Mbps).
I use this device in "transparent bridging mode" with wireless disabled (i.e., I use it only as a modem; my wireless router does the NAT, DHCP, etc.).
I am interested in purchasing a backup VDSL2 modem in case the ACTIONTEC device fails.
Will the VMG4005-B50B device work on CenturyLink's network?
Thanks! --Bill


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  • HouliCrab
    HouliCrab Posts: 38  Freshman Member
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    Base on your spec provided, as my experience, the VMG4005 it doable in reason but we don't know any limitation in the CenturyLink network, just like mac address ...etc.
    i would like suggest to check with CenturyLink support for detail about your plan.
  • Bill_Stewart
    Bill_Stewart Posts: 2  Freshman Member
    So you are saying that the VMG4005-B50B device supports bonded 8A for VDSL2 for CenturyLink?

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