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Linksys WAG54G V3 with Telecom Broadband??
I just bought a linksys wag54g v3 but unfortunately it didn't work with telecom broadband.
does anyone have some experience with this?
How to make this work?
my router firmware is 1.00.46
i see no reason why this modem wouldn't work with telecom broadband, has it been setup correctly ?
I am not sure how's the setup. I've been through all articles and followed that but none of them work.
I've tried to setup VCI, PPPoA etc but no luck at all
Could you please share how to set it up?
Can you post a screenshot of the settings your currently using.
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