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Draytek Vigor V166 - G.Fast VDSL2 Modem

Part Number: V166-K

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The DrayTek Vigor 166 is a and VDSL2 35b modem to Ethernet bridge, connecting or VDSL to your Ethernet-based Router or Firewall. The V166-K provides proven compatibility with UK and VDSL2 technologies; extensively tested and tuned to provide a robust and reliable DSL connection.

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More Information - Draytek V166 G.Fast Modem

The V166 modem connects to and VDSL connections, for full performance with Ultrafast and Superfast FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) services. Connect your Ethernet-based Firewall or Router to Ultrafast and Superfast broadband, simply by adding in the Vigor 166 modem. The DrayTek Vigor 166 operates as a full-bridge straight out of the box and is pre-configured to work with most UK DSL connections, with no configuration needed on the modem itself.

The Vigor 166 has two Gigabit LAN ports, so that in addition to providing Internet connectivity, you can plug a laptop into the second port to check the Vigor 166's web interface, without disrupting the Internet connection.

The full-bridging modem functionality of the Vigor 166 makes it easy to connect your Router or Firewall to and VDSL connections. Simply enter your ISP's username and password, or use DHCP with ISPs such as Sky or TalkTalk. The Vigor 166 passes it through transparently, without adding any additional layers of complexity such as NAT (Network Address Translation). The V166 is compatible with IPTV and ISP Video on Demand services like YouView and Sky Q with no extra configuration needed on the modem.

The Vigor 166 modem is designed exclusively for use in the UK, with the required network settings pre-set, such as the Openreach VLAN tag. This means that a multitude of routers and other devices, can connect through the Vigor 166 with a minimum of hassle, even devices that don't support VLAN tags. Out of the box, the Vigor 166 passes through the DSL Internet connection to the device connected to its Ethernet port.

Draytek V166 G.Fast Modem Key Highlights

  • G.Fast & VDSL2 35b capable
  • No setup needed (works with most UK ISPs, straight out of the box)
  • Compatible with IPTV and ISP video on demand services (YouView, Sky Q)
  • 2 x Gigabit LAN ports. No need to disconnect ethernet WAN to check connectivity
  • Full-Bridge modem and more
  • Two operation modes - fully bridged DSL to ethernet modem or as a mini router with NAT DMZ host
  • IPv6 and IPv4 compatible
  • Wall or shelf mountable

What's in the Box?

  • DrayTek Vigor166 Modem
  • Quick Start Guide
  • DSL line cable (RJ11)
  • Cat-5e RJ-45 cable
  • Wall mounting kit
  • DC 12V PSU

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