The ASUS DSL-AC68U/ASUS 4G-AC68U Modem Router
The ASUS DSL-AC68U is a popular nbn® modem router that will also work with Opticomm connections. This product is both a modem and a Wi-Fi router, so you can use it without an additional device on nbn® FTTN and FTTB connections. The ASUS DS...Help Centre
BYO Router Settings nbn® Guide
The day has arrived and your nbn® connection is now live. Exciting times! But before you can relax with a little Netflix, you do need to first set up your NBN-compatible modem/router. You’re probably wondering to yourself “how do I config...Help Centre
Star Codes for VoIP
This is a list of our server-based star codes available for your VoIP. This is a list of our server-based star codes available for your VoIP....Help Centre
Netcomm NL1901ACV setup guide
To set up or troubleshoot your Aussie Broadband Netcomm NL1901ACV nbn® compatible modem check out the attached user guides. To set up or troubleshoot your Aussie Broadband Netcomm NL1901ACV nbn® compatible modem check out the attached user...Help Centre
NBN Backup Battery - Troubleshooting
During a power failure, the power supply with battery backup on your NTD will beep once and automatically switch over to backup battery power. During a power failure, the power supply with battery backup on your NTD will beep once and auto...Help Centre
What do my modem lights mean for Fixed Wireless?
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Can I get a static IP address?
As the name suggests, a static IP is one that remains static. It does not change and is assigned manually to your device. By default, we use dynamic IP addresses and CGNAT ( Carrier-Grade Network Address Translation ) on internet servi...Help Centre
Do you offer business and corporate broadband?
Aussie Broadband offers a range of business and enterprise plans. With business-dedicated features and customer support, our plans are designed for businesses that need a mission-critical connection. We offer different speeds and service l...Help Centre
Can I get nbn® Home Superfast and Ultrafast speeds or a gigabit plan?
Aussie Broadband’s plans are based on the wholesale speed tiers available to providers. The Home Superfast plan has theoretical maximum download speeds up to 250Mbps (megabits per second) and the Home Ultrafast plan has top speeds up t...Help Centre
How to run a Ping Test
A ping test is a simple test that can show problems along the network path and is an essential step while troubleshooting speed and connection problems. A ping test is a simple test that can show problems along the network path and is an ...Help Centre
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NBN speeds explained
At Aussie Broadband, we offer a range of speed tiers on our nbn® plans. Each tier has a maximum upload and download speed, measured in Megabits per second (Mbps). Although there a...Blog
What is Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) broadband?
Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) broadband is a classification for a type of broadband connection in Australia that uses a network of high-speed fibre optic cabling to deliver the in...Blog
Are cheap NBN plans really worth it?
When it comes to the NBN, Aussies are spoiled for choice. There are over 100 Internet Service Providers (ISPs), each offering many different options that vary between speed and da...Blog
What are the different nbn® connection types?
Have you ever found yourself asking the question “what type of NBN do I have?” With most of Australia now connected to the NBN it’s useful to know, as there are different types of...Blog
Which NBN connection type is the best?
It’s difficult to know all the different NBN connection types. FTTC, HFC, MCG – what do they all mean? It’s difficult to know all the different NBN connection types. FTTC, HFC, ...Blog
NBN for enterprise – what businesses should know
With the roll out of the nbn ™ more than half complete, fast and reliable business grade internet is now a reality. And if your enterprise is thinking about or in the planning st...Blog
nbn® HFC vs FTTN
Are you excited about accessing the nbn® but finding some of the terms a little confusing? One of the most common things that people find confusing are the different forms of nbn®...Blog
What is Fibre to the Node/Building (FTTN/B) broadband?
Fibre to the Node (FTTN) and Fibre to the Building (FTTB) are two classifications for a type of broadband connection in Australia that uses pre-existing telephone cabling to de...Blog
Which is the best nbn® plan for me?
There are more choices in nbn® plans than ever before but picking one that suits you can be daunting. There are more choices in nbn® plans than ever before but picking one that su...Blog
A guide to NBN Enterprise Ethernet
Is your internet slowing your business down? undefined undefined As everyday business functions migrate to the cloud and businesses integrate more high-bandwidth applications into...Blog