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Can I use ADSL modem in cochester router for FTTB provider?

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In General here's the thing: for the past several years I use the Internet from the ADSl provider. Accordingly, the modem of the same type with Wi-Fi (specifically: Zyxel P660HN Lite). Now decided to switch to a provider using the FTTB technology (specifically here: www.kyivstar.ua/mm/home_internet/technology/). I understand — for such Internet modem is not needed, BUT I would like to leave Wi-Fi. Question — can I use this modem as router to the Internet using this technology? Ie to use an ADSL modem without ADSL? If so what should I do?
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Not likely to go. I think it will be easier to buy a simple router with wifi. By the way, like there is on the Kyivstar share the router for 1 UAH
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My two cents:
then when I was polzovalsa Internet from Kyivstar (and earlier was also a Beeline to the confluence) — to get good speed when connecting through the router, it was necessary to have sufficiently fast router.
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The COP, the Internet worked (I don't know how — maybe without these problems) through the VPN, giving an additional load on the router due to the need for encryption/decryption of all traffic. Tariff from 30 megabits on a Linksys WRT-610N was to make the most of 20-24 megabits (2.5-3 megabytes per second).
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Specifically to your question — Zyxel P660HN Lite will not work for two reasons:
1) it has no Ethernet connector to connect to the provider network
2) it does not work with VPN (PPTP, L2TP)
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Now more than six months connected to the provider "Lanet" and are satisfied. There are no problems with login/password and actually, by the VPN. And external IP address fixed after a reboot of the router does not change.
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If there is at least access the router's console (and probably Linux), then, in theory, one port can do both "WAN" and get a 3+1-port router (instead of 4+1 normal). It's easy work if the provider does not use the VPN for authentication. For fastening to the VPN will have to dance further...
However, I don't think you fit this method in the strength of your technical knowledge :) Buy a brand new router and the old you can sell.
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Unfortunately, because home Internet from Kyivstar is the only division under TM "Kyivstar", I Can say that I have some friends, was spat on quality of work of the Internet and that support can sometimes call for hours.
So be careful.
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Some ADSL modems have an undocumented feature of Internet distribution on Wi-Fi if you connect the patch cord to the Internet the first port of call, well, the option is custom firmware. In General, it is necessary to study the forums.
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What this provider does not provide a router? look here options 101internet.ru
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