TP-Link WDR4300 (N750) with BT Infinity

June 12, 2013 by Andrew Seymour

I love getting new technology, I recently replaced a good chunk of networking devices in my home with TP-Link devices – I never like to use those routers that come with your ISP as they always seem to be very cheap and that’s noticeable usually by the fact it only has 100mb\s ports on it and not gigabit. Fortunately on routers designed for cable you can hook them up to the gateway. I have BT Infinity 2 and use a TP-Link WDR4300 – very good dual-band router with 5 gigabit ports (I have two 5 port gigabit switches going off to different parts of the house and plenty of wireless devices and it’s able to handle it all no problem!).

tplink_instructions

From the screenshot above, the settings need to be;

Wan Connection Type: PPPoE/Russia PPPoE

Username: bthomehub@btbroadband.com

Password: blank

Secondary Connection: Disabled

Wan Connection Mode: Connect Automatically

That’s it – you should be ready to connect!

TP-LINK TL-WDR3600 – Dual Band N600 concurrent Wireless Gigabit Router (Accessory)


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Categories: Broadband, Telephony, WiFi

Tags: broadband, bt, bt infinity 2, n750, router, tp-link, tp-link wdr4300