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Verizon Fios G1100 | Updated 2019 Version | AC1750 WiFi G-1100 Quantum Gateway Router for Verizon Fios Internet Plans
|Wireless Communication Standard||802.11bgn|
|Data Transfer Rate||800 Megabits Per Second|
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Even IF you are able to get this router working with Verizon Fios, Verizon won't support it or push firmware updates to it. You may as well spend more to get a Linksys/Asus/Netgear/Buffallo/etc. router with a better chipset OR pay more to get a Verizon G1100 router WITH Verizon firmware. If you have Verizon Fios and want to avoid the headaches I went through, avoid this router at all costs!
Only issue (which would be major if I did not already have a router) was a delay in delivery as the product arrived 2 days later than expected. Amazon processed a credit on the rush payment for shipping.
I would recommend this product.
This used router had very minor scuffs and a missing HAN cover from the back of the router. This does not effect the operation of the router but is a cosmetic flaw. It had a tag saying "Tested and Functional" on it. After releasing the Broadband/Coax IP address in the Actiontec (you need to log into the Actiontec to do this) I unplugged the power from the Actiontec so it would not renew the IP Address before I connected this Verizon G1100. I then connected the cables to the G1100 and powered it up. After 5-10 minutes, I was able to log into the G1100 from the connected PC without an issue. I was able to use the Verizon My FiOS app to log into the router remotely, which you can not do with the Actiontec router.
This used router is being used in a business location, not for home use. It is running digital phones and wireless building thermostats, cams, printer, PC, STB. I have used it for more than a week and there are NO issues with this router/gateway so far. I am getting more speed than what the Actiontec was getting, I measured 5-6 meg more. The wireless coverage is the same with this router. I have seen no improvement as it has to cover two buildings and the walls are quite thick. The 2.4 GHZ band is used more here because of the distance the signal has to travel.
I would make sure if you buy a used router and going to use it with Verizon service, you stick with Verizon firmware installed on the router already. I know how to overcome tech problems, but I would not advise starting with the wrong brand firmware to begin with. Also you will see all the old devices that the router was connected to in its past life. To remove them you need to assign a static ip to each one and THEN remove them. There is no easy way to remove them in the router GUI, but leaving them will cause no harm to the router operation anyway. Update: The new firmware that Verizon now has allows you to remove old devices much easily now. The router still works without a problem. Feb 2021