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[Discuss] Fios direct connect to router?

And they offer Ethernet if you have Internet only.  No TV/phone. 

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> On Oct 6, 2013, at 1:29 PM, Richard Pieri <richard.pieri at> wrote:
> Robert La Ferla wrote:
>> I don't want to use the Verizon/Actiontec router.  Instead, I want to
>> use a Zyxel USG 50.
> None of them. You can't take the Actiontec device out of the circuit because Verizon does not offer Ethernet from the ONT on residential service. You get fiber to the ONT, coax from the ONT to the Actiontec device, and finally Ethernet on the "inside".
> -- 
> Rich P.
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