My 5 years old Aztech DSL600EW ADSL2+ 4-Port Ethernet USB Wireless-G Router stopped working after I upgraded my Streamyx connection speed from 1 Mbps to 4 Mbps. It serves me well for the past few years. Initially, I thought something might be wrong from TM Streamyx part because Aztech DSL600EW DSL light started to blink and always get disconnected after changed to 4 Mbps port. Contacted TM support and TM appointed installer for this issue. And finally found that my Aztech DSL600EW cannot support 4 Mbps connection. Why? The new Innacomm W3400V WiFi Modem managed to get connected to Internet.
Yeah… My Aztech DSL600EW is alive again after I installed the latest firmware. I knew that it should be able to connect up to 4 Mbps because it supports ADSL2+ standard. It is pretty much the same generation as D-Link DSL-2640B WiFi Modem that I got free from TM. And I love the new blue interface. I always prefer to buy product from branded company because of their support. Don’t mind to pay a little bit more price. Do you agree?
Download latest firmware for Aztech DSL600EW here.