CenturyLink Prism TV Technicolor C2100T 802.11AC Modem Router Gigabit DSL Fiber 2.4/5GHz
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- Standards based WPS simplifies secure WLAN setup
- Auto detect CenturyLink network setting configurations
- IPv6 6rd and dual stack support
- 300 Mbps 802.11n access point CenturyLink Standard GUI
- Remote provisioning, monitoring, and management via TR-069
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VDSL2 High Speed Broadband Access The C2100T is based on VDSL2 standards offering fast access to the Internet while maintaining stable connections delivering enough bandwidth to surf the Internet. Heavy multimedia use, such as simultaneously streaming video/audio content and online-gaming, is faster and smoother with the C2100T. Gigabit Ethernet WAN / LAN Port C2100T includes a dedicated Gigabit Ethernet WAN port, allowing for a single CPE on either DSL or GPON network. When operating in DSL mode, this port works as a Gigabit 5th LAN port. 802.11n Wireless Technology The C1100Z features 802.11n technology with 2T x 2R antennas which provides the ultimate solution: improved speed, reduced dead zones, and extended coverage. With data rates of up to 300 Mbps, the C2100T provides stable and reliable wireless connections for high-speed data and multimedia delivery. Enhanced Security Features Forms Robust Protection Enhanced security ensures the protection of traffic from the WAN to the LAN. Through implementation of dual Ethernet firewalls (NAT and SPI), the C2100T is able to identify and manage malicious content and applications. And, as part of its wireless security design, the C2100T supports WPA2/WPA/WEP and features a hardware WPS button allowing customers to enjoy easy setup using a simple button. These features simplify the end user’s ability to set up and utilize a secure, wireless network. TR-069 Remote Management The C2100T provides DSL Forum compliant TR-069 remote management features to ensure faster deployment by Service Providers. In addition, our standard onboard management options, remote provisioning, monitoring, and management features help CenturyLink reduce OPEX while enhancing customer satisfaction. IPv6 Enabled Many North American carrier networks are migrating from IPv4 to IPv4/IPv6 which creates the potential for stranded equipment unable to support these requirements. Certified as an IPv6-ready vendor for over three years.
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This thing is huge! Obnoxiously so. I do understand that it's necessary in order to accommodate all the different possible cable connections (It's mostly empty space on the inside.) However, I, and I expect most people don't need all those connections. In my case I just need wifi, so I use just one cable (besides power that is.) How about an option for a small unit that just does wifi well? Dual band and up to and including AC. Heck, maybe update the basic model to current standards (dual band and AC). All that many users need can be cheaply made in the size thick smartphone.
I must admit though that the software/firmware is fairly well done and as user-friendly as the average router. I can't find anything to complain about in that department. Though it would be nice to be able to turn off the tower of flashing lights. Seriously, between its size and all the lights, this could be used as a Christmas tree. Just add a little tinsel.