Billion Wireless-N ADSL2+ Firewall Router (BiPAC 7700N)

Billion BiPAC 7700N: An ADSL2+ modem and 802.11n (300Mbps) Wi-Fi in one unit for around $70

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.50 / 5 (of 3 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 70.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:




Good price
Doesn't work with iPhones
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We purchased this router with out internet provider. It works well for the computer and also my husbands phone which is a Samsung galaxy. But I own an iPhone 5. It started out working fine but then I did a update on my phone (I hadn't done an update since I got the phone) and unfortunately the wi if would no work on my phone after that. It would connect and it would load a couple of web pages but any web pages that had photos or videos would not load , etc - nine msn. None of my apps would work and I couldn't download any apps. Pretty much useless. Wi fi worked fined at other places except my home with this router. Had to buy a new router and now it works perfect!!




It's cheap! It works great!
The setup menus could be more user friendly.
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I just bought this today and just finished setting it up. The setup menus are pretty simple, although explanations for some advanced parameters would have been nice. I configured my ADSL, Wireless, DHCP, port forwarding and static IP addresses (LAN) with only one Google search for the required MAC address format. The 7700N didn't need a restart at any time, all the settings applied immediately. I got it for $52 from in Sydney. Bargain!




Ease of Use, Features
Umm. Aesthetics?
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Great little router. I have used it for a few months now and while it's very simple to set up and use it has some really advanced features. You can telnet to the router to mess about with advanced ADSL settings and the like (quick google will show you how). My ADSL2 connection has increased from a flaky 6-8 Mbps using my old D-Link router up to a solid 13.5Mbps using this. I'm very happy.

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