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Are there modems made compatible with 300mbps Fios so that I can buy my own router?

Are there modems made compatible with 300mbps Fios so that I can buy my own router?

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Contributor krus54
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Registered: ‎02-18-2019

I'd like a new router...one that allows more than 1 guest network.  I'm not sure my Quantos Gateway router is the best.  But I can't seem to find just a modem to hook up to the Asus router that I would like to buy.

 

Right now my 100/100 mbps speed drops to about 35 mbps when I go in a 30 foot straight line away from the router.  The router is raised about 1/2 way up the wall with no obstructions in the 30 foot line.  My TV has big problems with audio / video synch and I'm not sure if the drop in streaming speed from the router has anything to do with this.   I can 't move the router to the TV because I need the router in my home office for my employer provided desk phone which needs to be connected directly to router.

 

I do see that Verizon is now offering 300 mbps for the same price I'm now paying for 100 mbps.  Does Verizon have more up-to-date router/modems or can better ones be purchased elsewhere?

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Registered: ‎11-04-2008

Verizon does not use modems.

Once you upgrade higher than 100M, you will get Internet via ethernet.

If you have FIOS STBs, you can use a MOCA adapter to support their access.

Read the thread on using your own router for more details.


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