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Technicolor TG588v V2 ADSL2+/VDSL Wifi Router

Part Number: TG588-V2

The TG588v V2 features four Fast Ethernet LAN ports with AutoWAN Sensing enabling automatic detection of access network type as well as self-configuration and optimisation. Its 802.11n (2x2) Wi-Fi interface ensures compatibility with existing 2.4 GHz wireless equipment.

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This product has been discontinued.

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More Information - Technicolor TG588v V2 Router

This version is as standard, without AutoWAN Sensing PPP Configuration. Should you require this, please see TG588-V2-CONFIG

The TG588 V2 also features G.inp (impulse noise protection), this makes sure that no errors occur on the DSL connection, even under extreme conditions, so that high quality video transmission is guaranteed at all times. It is based on the principle of retransmission. This latest wireless technology ensures robust in-home wireless distribution which reduces wiring complexity and provides mobility without sacrificing Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) or transfer speed.

TG588V-V2 Key Highlights

  • Integrated VDSL2 Modem
  • Compliant to BT SIN498
  • AutoWAN Sensing
  • 4 FE LAN ports
  • Wi-Fi Interface - IEEE 802.11n 2.4 GHz (2x2), optional with high power
  • Seamless media sharing (UPnP A/V and DLNA)
  • Non-serivce-affecting platform software upgrades (dual bank memory)
  • IPv4 and IPv6 enabled
  • Designed according to the latest ECO standards

What's in the Box?

  • MediaAccess TG588v v2 with Stand
  • DSL Cable (RJ-11)
  • Ethernet Cable (RJ-45)
  • Power Supply Unit

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