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Topic # 86409 6-Jul-2011 09:08 Send private message

I would like to upgrade to a draytek device. Is it possible and a relatively easy process to set up a device such as the Vigor2710Vn which has 2 X FXS pots for Xnet VFX?


Do you have any experiences doing so?

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  Reply # 490005 6-Jul-2011 12:02 Send private message

I have an earlier modem of Draytek, with the voice chip and it works a champ.






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  Reply # 490046 6-Jul-2011 13:44 Send private message

Can you tell me which model you are using?

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  Reply # 490107 6-Jul-2011 15:26 Send private message

Hatch: Can you tell me which model you are using?


Vigor2700




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  Reply # 490409 7-Jul-2011 08:58 Send private message

Should work sweet, as long as you've got all the login details for your VFX (they don't give them to you by default and some helpdesk people just refuse to hand them over, instead telling you to just use their supplied devices).

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