2.4 GHz 11n (2x2) for superior performance and coverage
The Zyxel VMG1312-B10D features 802.11n technology to provide an ultimate combination for both speed and coverage. With 802.11n wireless data rates of up to 300 Mbps, the VMG1312-B10D provides stable, reliable wireless connections for high-speed data and multimedia applications; the 802.11n technology also empowers the device to eliminate dead zones and extend coverage while retaining backward compatibility with any certified device.
TR-069/TR-181 issue-2 remote management
With the TR-069/TR-181 standard management specifications, the Zyxel VMG1312-B10D allows service providers to manage and configure client devices remotely without interfering other end users. This unique feature not only offers true “plug-and-play” experience, but also reduces deployment complexity and saves operating as well as maintenance costs for service providers.
Always-online, always-compatible 3G alternative
The Zyxel VMG1312-B10D features optional 3G connectivity as a failover (or alternative) connection to mobile broadband networks in case of DSL outage. Internet traffics will be temporarily routed through the 3G dongle plugged into the USB port; all traffics will be switched back as soon as the regular broadband service becomes available again. It is also efficient to have instant Internet access in remote offices, activities outside of the office or occasions where DSL service is temporarily unavailable. For comprehensive dongle compatibility, users can simply check and download the respective patch file to enable mobile broadband services immediately without upgrading the entire firmware of the gateway.
Multiple WAN for simplified ISP logistics and optimized CAPEX
When customers migrate from ADSL2+ or VDSL2 to PON, service providers are not required to invest on new CPE and replace them on customer sites; all they have to do is keeping the Zyxel VMG1312-B10D by unplugging the DSL line and plug the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet WAN port. The existing customer VMG1312-B10D can be retained for terminating IP connection via the Ethernet WAN interface. In most cases, end users can enjoy the same, or even better, experience from the original rather than have it replaced by costly different physical connections.