In pictures: iiNet's Budii ADSL2+ modem

Lovely packaging conceals an ADSL2+ modem package that's designed for many years of use

You have to lift the box on the left in order to get to the cables, and the package contains everything you will need for the initial setup: power adapters and cables, an Ethernet cable, two phone cables, a micro USB cable (for the VoIP phone) and an ADSL line filter.

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  • Bob Dalla Volta

    Budii will NOT become your buddy !
    Westnet has been my IP "buddy" for 13 years with excellent service... but things change !
    My Budii is boxed up and gathering dust waiting for the contract to expire.
    Informing them of this, via email, did not even rate a response.
    The entire process is too long winded to re-live here but basically I now have a stable system back by removing the Budii. No more rebooting every day or so, no lost messages and no longer looking at a tablet that would make a good paper weight, and nothing else!
    Whatever happened to the real Westnet, and reliable hardware....? or even the manners to respond ? Please beware of the Budii !!

    Bill McKelvey

    This is now my second Budii and both nothing but trouble. Now handsets going back. Can't find the problem. Westnet (iinet) great but hardware crap. I'd prefer old modem and handset.

  • Jan

    I'm not to IT clever, as will become evident when you read these queries., but please explain the use for the two cords from the right hand side in this box. I do believe the first from the right is the power charger for the "photo frame" charger. Can this be plugged in anywhere in the house and does not need a computer connection? What is the grey cord, second from the right in the box used for.

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