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Topic # 13190 27-Apr-2007 05:15
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I'm trying to get hold of a Linksys PAP2T to use with VFX but I can't seem to find them anywhere. There are some PAP2-NA for sell on Trade Me. What's the difference bewteen those and a PAP2T?





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  Reply # 68621 27-Apr-2007 05:38
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There is a major issue with the PAP2-NA and we will not be allowing them on the network sorry, this issue is a very serious one so we will not be allowing any - NA versions on the network. PM me if you require more detail




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  Reply # 68622 27-Apr-2007 06:18
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DSE are showing stock available at most stores.


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  Reply # 68625 27-Apr-2007 08:22
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For the record, whats the problem with the NA version which I assume isn't fixable with a firmware upgrade. I remember a senior vfx tech saying wxc went with Linksys because they ran the same VOiP stack on all the devices.



Also - If the gentleman is struggling to get a linksys device, call me and I'll get one for him through our supplier to help him out.


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  Reply # 68626 27-Apr-2007 08:29
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exportgoldman:

For the record, whats the problem with the NA version which I assume isn't fixable with a firmware upgrade. I remember a senior vfx tech saying wxc went with Linksys because they ran the same VOiP stack on all the devices.



Also - If the gentleman is struggling to get a linksys device, call me and I'll get one for him through our supplier 021 301 499 to help him out.



Yes that would have been me :).....no It is not a firmware issue, bit more serious than that actually it is a actual hardware problem, happy to discuss the issue directly but not in a public forum sorry :)






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  Reply # 68627 27-Apr-2007 08:46
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Is the hardware fault (as discussed on http://www.archivum.info/asterisk-users@lists.digium.com/2005-03/msg02304.html)  

that the chipset the NA uses can only handle one call at a time (even through it's a two line device)

Or, are you going to go James Bond on us and neither confirm or deny?




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  Reply # 68630 27-Apr-2007 08:47
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exportgoldman:

Is the hardware fault (as discussed on http://www.archivum.info/asterisk-users@lists.digium.com/2005-03/msg02304.html)

that the chipset the NA uses can only handle one call at a time (even through it's a two line device)



Or, are you going to go James Bond on us and neither confirm or deny?



No the issue is not that and I will go a bit James Bond i'm afraid as I said happy to discuss directly but not in a public forum due to the nature of the problem.....thing to remeber here as well the PAP2t is the PAP device for NZ anyway :)




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  Reply # 68632 27-Apr-2007 10:01
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exportgoldman: Is the hardware fault (as discussed on http://www.archivum.info/asterisk-users@lists.digium.com/2005-03/msg02304.html)  

that the chipset the NA uses can only handle one call at a time (even through it's a two line device)

Or, are you going to go James Bond on us and neither confirm or deny?


This is only an issue if you're using G729 as the voice codec for both lines. If you're using any other codec it's not an issue.


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  Reply # 68635 27-Apr-2007 10:59
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A search on Google for PAP2-NA problem will give a long list of issues which show the Administrator access is acessible to all.
It looks like International software released last month may fix it. cheers George

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  Reply # 68639 27-Apr-2007 11:00
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GEOMAX:

A search on Google for PAP2-NA problem will give a long list of issues which show the Administrator access is acessible to all.
It looks like International software released last month may fix it. cheers George



Please Note.....This is not a Software Issue and we will not be Supporting the PAP2-NA at all.




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