Going to overhaul our home network. The extremes of the house are pretty much covered by data points back to a central hub where the NBN NTD box is (FTTC). The Wi-Fi is all over the place, combo of the main modem wi-fi plus an old Unifi AP plus an extender half way up the house plus another old modem/router reconfigured as an AP and connected off one of the data points. Dropped connections are frequent. There's no hand-over so you need to swap your device onto different networks as you move around the house. I'm looking at pulling the lot out and starting again with a 3 point mesh wi-fi set up with Ethernet wired backhaul. Currently looking at the Netgear Orbi 6 - Orbi WiFi 6 System AX6000 | Mesh WiFi | NETGEAR My main question is, we don't have (or need ) a land line so VOIP is not an issue. From what I've read, the main Mesh unit replaces your current modem/router and connects directly to the NTD? If that's the case, is the NTD/NBN already programmed with your ISP details and you literally just take out the old modem/router and plug in the Orbi instead, or do you have to program your ISP user name & password into the Orbi too? Does anyone have experience of a similar set up, whole hose mesh, and has any comments on effectiveness or thoughts on equipment alternatives to the Orbi's? (noting I want to make use of the data points in the house so would want the Ethernet backhaul capability). Cheers.