Enhanced VDSL/ADSL Wireless AC1600 Gigabit Gateway
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The digital heart of your home delivers the ultimate broadband experience with triple play services and next generation wireless connectivity with ultra-fast speeds.
The digital heart of your home delivers the ultimate broadband experience with triple play services and next generation wireless connectivity with ultra-fast speeds. The NF17ACV is a smart residential VDSL2/ADSL2+ gateway designed to connect to VDSL and ADSL networks as well as nbn and UFB fibre services to deliver the fastest available broadband speeds and performance at home.
Make the most of triple play services with access to high speed data transmission, HD/4K IPTV and over the top video as well as high quality VoIP phone calls.
Connect to any nbn and UFB network configuration in Australia and New Zealand using the NF17ACV for easy access to your choice of ADSL, VDSL or Fibre service using the Gigabit WAN port. Both the DSL and WAN connection options will deliver an ultra-fast and powerful Internet connection to your home and office.
Unleash the speed and power of next generation wireless connectivity and get the most from your set top box, laptops, tablets, smart phones and gaming consoles. The device features a powerful WiFi access point and latest standard in WiFi technology, 802.11 AC as well as 3x3 MIMO antennas for extended reach and throughput at home. Designed to deliver an optimal networking experience, the NF17ACV features 2 x WPS buttons to support multi-device connectivity on 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands simultaneously, and shares the superfast 1600 Mbps1 in the wireless home network.
Designed to create a powerful and reliable home network using UPnP/DLNA standards and enhanced wireless capabilities, the NF17ACV is an ultra-powerful media hub for all of the connected devices in the house. Connect up to 2 USB devices, access, and share even more A/V media files and content in real time.
1Maximum wireless signal rate and coverage values are derived from IEEE Standard 802.11 n and 802.11ac specifications. Actual wireless speed and coverage are dependent on network and environmental conditions included but not limited to volume of network traffic, building materials and construction/layout.