Draytek Vigor V167-K G.VDSL2 35b & ADSL2+ Modem
Draytek Vigor V167-K VDSL2 35b & ADSL2+ Modem, 2x GbE LAN Ports, up to 300Mb/s Sync Rate
|Instalment Rate:||5.9% p.a. (fixed)|
|Cost of purchase:||£99.98|
|Total inc. interest:||£103.10|
|Cost of purchase:||£99|
|Total inc. interest:||£99|
Purchase Rate: 21.9% p.a. (variable)
Representative: 21.9% APR (variable)
Assumed Credit Limit: £1,200Subject to status. Terms and Conditions apply.
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Add DSL Connectivity to any Router
The DrayTek Vigor 167 modem connects to VDSL2 FTTC and ADSL2+ connections, for use with Superfast FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) services and regular ADSL Broadband.
Connect your Ethernet-based Firewall or Router to Ultrafast and Superfast broadband, simply by adding in the Vigor 167 modem.
The DrayTek Vigor 167 operates as a full-bridge modem straight out of the box and is pre-configured to work with most UK DSL connections, with no configuration needed on the modem itself.
VDSL2 35b and ADSL2+ Modem
The Vigor 167 makes it easy to connect your Router or Firewall to VDSL and ADSL connections. Simply connect your router to the Vigor 167's LAN ports, then in your router's configuration enter your ISP's username and password, or use DHCP with ISPs such as Sky or TalkTalk. The Vigor 167 converts DSL for use with Ethernet routers, without any additional layers of complexity such as NAT (Network Address Translation).
It is compatible with IPTV and ISP Video on Demand services like YouView and Sky Q with no extra configuration needed on the modem.
Support for Vectoring, G.INP and VDSL2 35b SuperVectoring, ensures full compatibility with UK VDSL and ADSL networks.
When used with a DrayTek Vigor router, the Vigor 167 modem reports its DSL status to the router, so that you can check on the modem's DSL status straight from the router's web interface.
Two Gigabit LAN Ports
The Vigor 167 has two Gigabit LAN ports, allowing two devices to be connected to the modem at once.
For an example of how that can be beneficial, it allows High Availability to be used with two Ethernet routers and the Vigor 167 providing the DSL > Ethernet link to both, without needing a separate switch.
Two LAN ports also enable Vigor 167 to be managed by VigorACS 3 while providing DSL modem functionality, for easier remote firmware upgrades and troubleshooting.
While still providing Internet connectivity, you can plug a laptop into the second port to check the Vigor 167's web interface, without disrupting the Internet connection.
No Setup Needed
DrayTek's Vigor 167 modem is pre-configured and designed for use in the UK, with the required network settings pre-set, such as the Openreach VLAN tag.
This means that a multitude of routers and other devices, can connect through the Vigor 167 with a minimum of hassle, even devices that don't support VLAN tags.
Out of the box, the Vigor 167 passes through the DSL Internet connection to the device connected to its Ethernet port.
Wall or Shelf Mountable
The Vigor 167 modem can be mounted securely to a wall or shelf, using the included wall mount fittings.
A drill pattern is included in the box so that the Vigor 167 can be installed quickly and easily.
• VDSL2 (Superfast Fibre) and ADSL2+ to Ethernet Modem.
• Bridges DSL to your Router or Firewall.
• Pre-Configured to work with most ISPs.
• Ideal Partner device for DrayTek dual-WAN products or any other vendor's Ethernet WAN firewall.
• IPv6 and IPv4 Compatible.
• Compatible with IPTV and ISP Video on Demand services (YouView, Sky Q).
• 2 Gigabit LAN Ports.
|Networking, Connectivity & Ports|
|Device Type||VDSL2/ADSL2+ Modem Router|
|Compatible Internet Connections||
|Total LAN Connections||2|
|Total WAN Connections||1|
|64 Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|512+ Bytes L3 Forwarding Performance|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
|Internal RAM Memory|
|Internal RAM Memory Type|
|Internal Flash Memory|
|Max. Power Consumption|
|Security & VPN|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 14 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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