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I currently have a Telstra FTTN NBN service with a Telstra Smart Modem Gen 2. I'm proposing to spend some money and move to FTTP through the NBN Technology Choice Program My question is: can I use my current Telstra Modem when I move to FTTP. My understanding is that I can use my current modem by connecting to one of the NBN Connection Box's UNI-D ports with an Ethernet cable to the Gigabyte Ethernet WAN Port (coloured red) on the Modem. And I connect my telephone to the FXS (green) telephone port on the Modem (as I do now). Is it as simple as that?