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Telstra (Retired) Shellock
Telstra (Retired)

Wireless networks, or Wi-Fi, allow us the freedom of using the internet without being tied down to a modem via a cable. However, a connection that relies on radio waves can be impacted by factors such as interference, signal range limits, hardware p ...

Telstra (Retired) Steph
Telstra (Retired)

Whilst we no longer extend the footprint of our Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) network, which supplies Cable Broadband, we are still able to connect some customers to the network if they are in an area within the HFC footprint.

How do I determine if I am ...

Telstra (Retired) Shellock
Telstra (Retired)

Testing your broadband speed     To get an accurate picture of what the speed available, you need to:   1. Disconnect or disable any device connected to the modem via LAN or WiFi. This includes any TVs, T-Boxes, AppleTVs, gaming consoles, mobile phon ...

Ben_F
Community Alumni (Retired)

The way equipment is connected in your home, including phone cables and 'filtering' on devices attached to your phone line, are among the most common causes of slow internet speeds and drop-outs.   You can check for these problems by doing what we ca ...

Telstra (Retired) PaulQ
Telstra (Retired)

To view and edit your Telstra-supplied modem settings, such as Wi-Fi Network Name, Password and DNS Settings, you need to know your modem’s default address - or home page.   Here are two options for finding it:   Option 1

Find your Telstra modem’s de ...

Telstra (Retired) PaulQ
Telstra (Retired)

Device Specs for our new ADSL Gateway:   ADSL/ADSL2+/VDSL/VDSL2+ compatible Dual-band concurrent Wi-Fi interfaces: 802.11n 2.4GHz (2x2) 802.11 ac 5GHz (3x3) 1 x Gigabit Ethernet WAN port 4 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports 2 x USB 2.0 ports Enhanced Beam ...