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Topic # 113815 29-Jan-2013 09:09 Send private message

Hi There

I was wondering if it is possible to use other ATA devices for Snap's VOIP service instead of a Frizt!box? I have a Linksys SPA2102 I would like to use but have no idea how to set it up to be provisioned.

Any ideas? Thanks

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Biddle Corp

  Reply # 752407 29-Jan-2013 09:26 Send private message

No reason why it wouldn't work but I suspect you'll be entirely on your own when it comes to configuration.


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  Reply # 752413 29-Jan-2013 09:40 Send private message

I have use netcom ATA's with Snap's service so yes. But sbiddle is unsupported.

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  Reply # 752432 29-Jan-2013 10:07 Send private message

But sbiddle is unsupported.

Poor sbiddle.

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  Reply # 752529 29-Jan-2013 11:49 Send private message

But sbiddle is unsupported.

Poor sbiddle.

He doesn't need support. He rewrites the rules if they don't work for him. Such is Biddlecorp.... more power than Microsoft at it's peak


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