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  Reply # 1544314 29-Apr-2016 23:07
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Have played around with one of these on an Ethernet PPPoE connection (equivalent to a Bigpipe UFB line). Got 2talk working on it. Going from memory all that needed to be done was a VoIP provider set up with the 2talk SIP info, a line with the user and password created, and Voice needed to be ticked on the internet options.


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  Reply # 1544316 29-Apr-2016 23:25
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Lorenceo:

 

Have played around with one of these on an Ethernet PPPoE connection (equivalent to a Bigpipe UFB line). Got 2talk working on it. Going from memory all that needed to be done was a VoIP provider set up with the 2talk SIP info, a line with the user and password created, and Voice needed to be ticked on the internet options.

 

 

 

 

You, sir, are both a gentleman and a scholar. Bingo.  There is indeed a little checkbox for voice under the "edit" button under internet settings. Thank you kindly, that would also explain why the logs weren't shown anything. Doh. 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1544328 29-Apr-2016 23:50
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Good to hear it's working now. :)


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  Reply # 1545674 2-May-2016 23:58
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Yabanize:

 

Just noticed this today. It's good to have the option there for those who want it. The HG659 is provided by Spark and Vodafone also and actually seems like a decent modem, it works for all plans and is available to new customers for $99.

 

 

 

 

 

"New customers only.  Buy or BYO modem"

 

LOL. how to BYO a modem you pay $99 for?





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Yabanize:

 

Just noticed this today. It's good to have the option there for those who want it. The HG659 is provided by Spark and Vodafone also and actually seems like a decent modem, it works for all plans and is available to new customers for $99.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"New customers only.  Buy or BYO modem"

 

LOL. how to BYO a modem you pay $99 for?

 

 

you either buy or BYO modem.  

 

So either buy our one for $99  or bring your own and pay us nothing.





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  Reply # 1545680 3-May-2016 01:04
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does bigpipe have a firmware i can download ?

 

just want to test it

 

i got a VF hg659 but the static routes do not work with there firmware at the moment

 

thanks

 

 

 

 





 

 

 


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  Reply # 1546404 3-May-2016 23:17
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looks like static routes do not work

 

tried vodafone ,spark and now bigpipe firmware with no luck





 

 

 


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