If you go through my Blog, you will notice that I wrote an article in January 2018 in regards to using your own router with Bell Fibe. In the previous Blog I was giving people the option to either activate the advanced DNZ option on their Home Hub 3000 (HH3000) or simply remove the HH3000. I was suggesting devices to handle the Fiber Optic conversion and referred to Forums where you were able to find posts on how to accomplish this and configure your systems.
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If you are like me, you like using your own device instead of the one provided by your Internet provider. In my case my Internet provider is Bell Aliant and they provided me with this "high tech" Bell Home Hub 3000! Do I need it, the answer is absolutely NOT! Do I have the choice... Well most will say No, but here's the kicker: There's way to work things out! Over the last few years I did some research and tried many types of configuration. You will find a lot of scattered information regarding this topic, some posts from technical people, other posts from not so technical people if you know what I mean. I am hoping to help you out a bit here with these 2 "best" alternatives I found (so far).