I've had a look around Geekzone and elsewhere for information on getting this up and running but haven't found any clear answers - if this is a double-post accept my apologies and any links to the answers would be much appreciated!
I'm in the process of moving to Xnet Fusion as per my thread here on GPForums and I wanted to get VFX setup first just to make sure everything was sweet before we made the jump (both with stability and with the household wiring).
Anyhow, I've confirmed with Xnet that the provisioning was completed on my line yesterday afternoon although I don't appear to be getting a dialtone from my ATA.
My network is setup with a Dynalink RTA1320 in half-bridge mode (infact, using IP Extension) running to an Xnet Linksys WRTP54G (it's got an Xnet sticker, purchased from Ingram Micro). NAT is disabled on the RTA and the WRT is doing the routing etc, I have full internet access and can connect to both devices' configuration pages. I've confirmed with Xnet that the MAC address they've got is correct but they can't seem to talk to the WRT at their end.
The guy on the help desk who I won't name has been very helpful but we couldn't figure out who's end the issue was at so I figured I'd confirm the problem wasn't at my end before I tied the helpdesk up any longer (I should add that I got straight through to the Help Desk after about three rings this afternoon, and it was less than 2 minutes waiting yesterday so looks like Xnet's customer service is back on track :D).
Anyhow, I've attached both the vital configuration information for both my RTA1320 and the WRT so if anyone has any ideas that'd be great.
Essentially I'm not getting a dialtone on the WRT and Xnet don't seem to be able to pick up my device from their end (though I'm connecting to the internet through it.)
Here's the status page from the WRTP54G as well:
Something definitely looks wrong here - if I recall correctly the WRTP54G should, if working correctly, pick up the time from the WxC servers?
Also, I should mention that I can't access the voice section of the router so it's definitely running some form of locked (and I assume Xnet) firmware.
EDIT: Whoops, looks like there's no BBcode here - fixed! :D
Also, sorry I didn't get the ticket number from Xnet - will grab it next time if it'd help!