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    ASUS AC87U - Netgear ADSL

    This is a discussion on ASUS AC87U - Netgear ADSL within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Originally Posted by danr1 Apologies for another question. Am I losing some of the more advanced features of the ASUS ...

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      Re: ASUS AC87U - Netgear ADSL

      Quote Originally Posted by danr1 View Post
      Apologies for another question. Am I losing some of the more advanced features of the ASUS (firewall etc.) by connecting via method 1?
      Yes, as you are connecting through an ethernet port, you by-pass the firewall.

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      Re: ASUS AC87U - Netgear ADSL

      Just a quick note to thank the replies on rhis thread. I decided to go down the WAN port route using the DLink instructions. Everything seems okay so far.

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