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Topic # 12730 2-Apr-2007 19:10
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just sign up vfx,anyone can help me to setup my linksys pap2


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  Reply # 66021 2-Apr-2007 21:02
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If you have signed up with VFX, you should have received an e-mail similar to this one:


Welcome to Xnet VFX

Your MyVFX account has been created and it will be activated shortly.

You can manage your account online at the following URL:

Please take the time to confirm that your address details are correct under
the "MyVFX Information" screen as these details are required for Emergency Services

Here is your MyVFX login information:

Password: xxxxxx

Here is your MyVFX Voice Portal login information:

Number: 082210
Password: xxxx

To setup your Residential Linksys Device please enter the following Link in the Profile Rule under the provisioning Section of your Linksys Device setup, save the configuration and then power cycle the device. If you have any problems with this please contact our Support team who will be happy to assist you with any issues.$MA.cfg       

For your convenience, you can download the following Quick Reference Guides,

1.MyVFX Voice Portal

2.MyVFX Feature Guide

If you have any problems, please phone our Customer Care Team on
0800 149 638 (14xnet)

Thank you for your business and enjoy your VFX service.

The Team at Xnet VFX


If you follow the instructions above concerning your Linksys device, you should be up and running in minutes, assuming that WxC have provisioned your VFX account.  If this has not yet been done, you will most likely be set up and ready to go within 3 or 4 hours from the start of business tomorrow.

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  Reply # 66022 2-Apr-2007 21:05
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yes,i do,but stil have no idea how to setup


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  Reply # 66023 2-Apr-2007 21:36
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Your best choice is to phone Xnet Tech. Support tomorrow morning using the number above and they can talk you through it.

If you are not familiar with networking there are quite a few places you could go wrong, so it will be better to phone Xnet and have them guide you step by step rather than trying to do it via this forum.

Fortunately the PAP2T is the simplest available VoIP device supported by VFX.  Let us know how you get on.

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  Reply # 66059 3-Apr-2007 09:51
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Just before you call though you might want to just try plugging it in. I was surprised to find that I did not have to do anything. After they sent out the email like the one above it just started working. No reboot nothing just plugged in a phone and it worked.

For the PAP2T it seems that it will download the config by it self so you do not need to do anything from your end. (providing it is one of the ones that comes pre configured for VFX)

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  Reply # 66087 3-Apr-2007 12:50
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Hello Jarod,

I have tried contacting on your home telephone number but there is no answer (most likely you are at work). If you could please call in on 0800 149638 and have a tech run you through the setup. The pap2t will basically set itself up all you need to do is connect it to your dsl/cable/wireless modem/router and it will download its profile then reboot. If this isnt the case please contact us on the number mentioned.

Nicholas Cuc

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