• NBN (National Broadband Network – Australia) Ready
  • UFB (Ultra-Fast Broadband – New Zealand) Ready
  • 1 x VDSL2 35b/ADSL2+ WAN port
  • 35b Supervectoring VDSL2

  • 1 x configurable GbE WAN/LAN port (P4)
  • 3 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports with 50,000 NAT sessions

  • 2 x USB ports for 3G/4G LTE mobile broadband access, USB printer and storage
  • Object-based SPI Firewall, CSM (Content Security Management) and QoS for network security

  • IPv6 & IPv4

  • 2 x VPN tunnels including 2 x SSL-VPN tunnels

  • IPsec VPN throughput at 200 Mbps (AES 256 bits)
  • Integrated IEEE 802.11ax (WiFi 6, AX3000) wireless Access Point; dual band; up to 2402 Mbps throughput (ax model)

  • Supports VigorACS 2 and VigorACS 3 Central Management Software for remote management
  • Central AP Management for the deployment of 2 Vigor Access Points Learn more
  • 2 years back to base warranty

35b Supervectoring VDSL2/Ethernet Routers for Professionals

802.11ax (WiFi 6, AX3000)

The Vigor2765 Series are 35b Supervectoring VDSL2 modem, firewall and VPN routers. All models have 4 x GbE LAN ports, one of which is switchable to be a backup Ethernet WAN interface. They’re highly configurable with an abundance of features including web content filtering, bandwidth limiting, QoS and lots more. Perfect for professional users who would like to take full control of the network. The series includes models with built-in 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi (ac/Vac model), 802.11ax Wi-Fi (ax model), and VoIP gateway (Vac model).



(Vac model)

(ax model)

1. Wireless Antenna (ac/ax model)
2. WLAN/WPS Button (ac/ax model)
3. Reset Button
4. 2x USB 2.0

5. LAN/WAN Switchable Port: 1x GbE RJ-45
6. Fixed LAN Port: 3x GbE RJ-45
7. 1x RJ-11 for VDSL2 35b/ADSL2+

8. 2x FXS for VoIP (V model)
LED Indicator (ax model)
9. Power On/Off Switch
10. Power Input

1. Wireless Antenna (ac/ax model)
2. WLAN/WPS Button (ac/ax model)
3. Reset Button
4. 2x USB 2.0
5. LAN/WAN Switchable Port: 1x GbE RJ-45
6. Fixed LAN Port: 3x GbE RJ-45
7. 1x RJ-11 for VDSL2 35b/ADSL2+
8. 2x FXS for VoIP (V model)
LED Indicator (ax model)
9. Power On/Off Switch
10. Power Input

Performance Comparison: Vigor2765 vs. Vigor2762

NAT throughput (1.5 times faster)

600 Mbps – Vigor2765 Series
400 Mbps – Vigor2762 Series

IPSec throughput (2.9 times faster)

Vigor2765 Series – 200 Mbps
Vigor2762 Series – 70 Mbps

SSL-VPN throughput (2 times faster)

Vigor2765 Series – 80 Mbps
Vigor2762 Series – 40 Mbps

Key Features

Hardware Acceleration

Without sacrificing traffic control features such as QoS, Bandwidth Limit, WAN Budget, Traffic Graph and Data Flow Monitor, Hardware Acceleration enhances performance for:

1. NAT & routing connections
2. QoS

Hardware NAT & Routing

With Hardware Acceleration and Hardware QoS enabled, the router supports up to 4k NAT and routing connections, and firewall performance reaching 940Mbps on either xDSL WAN ( VDSL2 35b/G.fast) or Ethernet WAN.

Single WAN (Ethernet)

1.6x bFaster NAT Performance

940 Mbps – with Hardware NAT & Routing
600 Mbps – without Hardware NAT & Routing

Hardware QoS

Hardware QoS allows prioritization of applications and services on DrayTek routers, to improve performance of critical applications such as VoIP, conferencing and video streaming, etc. Furthermore, it allows flexible bandwidth allocation to suit business requirements.

Single WAN (xDSL or Ethernet)

1.6x Faster QoS Performance

940 Mbps – with Hardware QoS
600 Mbps – with Software QoS

New OFDMA Feature for 802.11ax (WiFi 6) – Vigor2765ax only

Higher Transmission Efficiency with OFDMA

OFDMA has been used in LTE for many years, and is now available in 802.11ax for multi-user mode.

With legacy OFDM, each frame is transmitted across the entire channel width. When the transmission rate is low, this causes more latency and jitters and lower the overall efficiency.

OFDMA splits a single frame into groups of subcarriers, and each subcarrier can be sent simultaneously. With multiple access mode, it allows multiple users to transmit at the same time thus improving efficiency and enhancing user experiences in high density environments.



AP-Assisted Roaming – built-in in selected Wi-Fi Vigor Routers and all Vigor Access Points

Extend Transmission Range

When a Wi-Fi client moves out of its effective transmission range which is defined by the Basic Rate and/or Received Signal Strength threshold, the AP forces the Wi-Fi client to pick up a nearby access point with stronger signals thereby extending the range.

Improve Data Rates

When the “Minimum RSSI with Adjacent AP” option is set, APs or routers on the same local subnet will exchange client information with each other and switch to the AP or router that has the strongest signal, ensuring that data rates can be as good as possible.

Better User Experience

Instead of ineffective transmission with low basic rates or RSSI, the better links provide better user experience while saving the airtime.

No Controller Required

Assisted Roaming is a built-in feature in all Vigor Access Points and a number of Wi-Fi routers; it saves the need for an ad-hoc wireless controller and is an ideal solution for simple network deployments.

Hotspot Web Portal

Market your business while offering free Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi Marketing

Redirect hotspot guests to the company homepage, online surveys, or display a promotion message.

Grow Customer Mailing List

Require guests to leave contact info or social media accounts before they can use the Internet services.

Various Authentication Types

A variety of login methods are supported to meet your business needs, including Facebook Login, Google Login, SMS PIN, Voucher PIN, and RADIUS.

3rd-Party Service Compliant

Supports external captive portal authentication so you can keep using the Wi-Fi marketing solution you prefer.

Data Quota Management

Bandwidth management is integrated into the Hotspot features to control the bandwidth and session usage of the Hotspot guests.

LAN Management

An all-in-one management platform for Vigor devices on the LAN side.

Automatic Device Discovery

Connect a Vigor Switch or AP to the LAN side of the Vigor Router, and the router will auto-discover the device to allow it to be managed.


Basic settings may be done on the Vigor Router, and then provisioned to the managed Vigor Switches or APs.


The Vigor Router provides a centralized view of managed devices, so you can monitor and check the status of Vigor Switches or APs connected.

System Maintenance

Perform factory resets, save/restore configuration backups, or trigger reboots remotely from the Vigor Router’s interface. There is no need to log in to each device’s management page.

All-in-One Management

Software Management



2 x Wireless Antennas
(ax/ac/Vac models)

RJ-45 Cable

RJ-11 to RJ-11 Cable
(Annex A)

Power Adaptor

Quick Start Guide


Config Demo