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Topic # 15329 16-Aug-2007 15:19
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I am running Xnet HSI on a Linksys WAG54GP2 with VFX on port 1 and mynetphone on port 2 and works really well.  I'd like to look at changing our 2 other business lines over to VFX.  So I could obviously use another device such as the WRTP54G and connect it through the WAG54GP2.

Trouble is, it looks like I will loose the QOS on the xecond unit as it routes through the WAG54.  Is there a better solution I could try?

Thanks for any help.
Andy


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Master Geek

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  Reply # 82625 16-Aug-2007 17:11
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Hello Andy,

You should be able to simply hang a SPA 2102 off the wag to give you another 2 lines, the QOS shouldnt be affected as its built into the wag so any traffic passing through the CPE will have the WAG's rule applied. Plus the spa also has built in QOS as well.






Nicholas Cuc

Network Support
WorldxChange Communications
www.xnet.co.nz





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  Reply # 82681 17-Aug-2007 08:55
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Thanks Nicholas for your help and continuing good service from Xnet, the best service yet!!!
Cheers
Andy


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