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  Reply # 72027 24-May-2007 08:45
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gchiu: Maverick hasn't chimed in whether they should just get an AP and PAPT, or whether it's feasible to use the WRTP54G-AU ...

Send him a PM Graham and you'll have an answer in the wee small hours of tomorrow morning for sure.  He is a seriously early riser and will probably be catching Zeds by now...


I would be online if my wrtp54g was online , but since my wired country connection has been down for 2 days , making it hard for me to be online....I have been on hold for some time with customer service....does anyone find that kind of funny




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  Reply # 72029 24-May-2007 08:58
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Ironic yes, funny no ...

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  Reply # 72065 24-May-2007 13:57
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The real question is why is XNet staff using wired country as an ISP?  (Sorry, just asking the obvious.)





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  Reply # 72073 24-May-2007 14:28
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One possible reason would be the desire to be "Telecom free" i.e. no landline needed... Cool

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