Wireless N VDSL2 Modem Router for CenturyLink

Model #: C2000A for CenturyLink
Wireless N VDSL2 Modem Router for CenturyLink

Overview / Features

Quick Overview

As one of the most robust consumer routers available, the C2000A bonded wireless N VDSL2 modem router delivers a brilliant HD IPTV, gaming, VoIP, and Web experience. Support for pair bonded VDSL2+ means faster speeds and farther distances. And an ultra-powerful hardware design and loads of in-home networking options (including Gigabit Ethernet, Wireless N, and coax-based HPNA) ensures blazing fast performance for any application. In addition, the C2000A Wireless N VDSL2 Modem Router works on any CenturyLink VDSL or ADSL network.

Perfect for…

CenturyLink VDSL2 and IPTV subscribers

Outstanding benefits

  • Bonded and single line VDSL2 for the fastest DSL speeds available
  • Gigabit Ethernet WAN port and LAN switch for blazing fast speeds
  • Auto fallback to bonded and single ADSL2+ for enhanced versatility
  • Includes two VoIP lines
  • Coax-based HPNA home networking deliver the high speeds of a wired connection over coax
  • USB host port
  • Wireless N with MIMO smart antenna technology for blazing fast wireless speeds
  • Enterprise-level security, including a fully customizable firewall with Stateful Packet Inspection, denial of service protection, content filtering and more
  • Advanced wireless security with WPA, WPA2, WEP
  • TR-069/TR-064 support for easier remote management and troubleshooting
  • Tested for maximum performance on CenturyLink networks

Coolest feature

A blazing fast hardware platform and tons of wireless/wired networking options for all your IPTV and online applications



Minimum System Requirements

  • VDSL or ADSL2/2+ Internet service (ADSL 2/2+ capable via Auto Fallback)
  • Windows XP, Vista and 7
  • Windows PC with available Ethernet port or
  • HPNA 3.1 LAN or WAN
  • 802.11n, 802.11g or 802.11b wireless adapter for wireless connections
  • TCP/IP network protocol installed
  • Internet Explorer 7.0+, Safari or Firefox (JavaScript should be enabled)