AVM FRITZ! Box 7583, new high-end router

AVM FRITZ! Box 7583, new high-end router
AVM has announced the availability in Italy of the new FRITZ! Box 7583 for business users. The router inherits the main features of the other high-end models and adds some features required by companies, including bonding (or link aggregation).

FRITZ! Box 7583: complete specifications

Unlike the other routers in the AVM catalog, the FRITZ! Box 7583 was designed to be positioned vertically. Along the left side there is a USB 3.0 port for connecting printers, external drives or pen drives. All other ports are on the back: RJ45 for DSL / VDSL / G.fast, two RJ11 for analog or fax phones, ISDN, five RJ45 for Gigabit WAN and LAN, USN 3.0 and power.

The WiFi access point supports 802.11a / b / g / n / ac (2.4 and 5 GHz) standards and reaches a maximum speed of 2,533 Mbps. The router supports VDSL (FTTC) connections with profile 35b up at 300 Mbps and bonding up to 600 Mbps. Bonding, also known as link aggregation, allows you to double the bandwidth by combining two connections in parallel. With the G.fast at 212 MHz you could reach speeds of 2,000 and 4,000 Mbps (at short distances), but in Italy it is not used by any operator.

The FRITZ! Box 7583 also offers a DECT base for the connection of six cordless phones, a VoIP PBX, a VPN and a DLNA / UPnP AV media server. The operating system is obviously the well-known FRITZ! OS with interface in Italian.

Source: AVM