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Topic # 17102 12-Nov-2007 00:15
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I'm was hoping to use a Linksys WIP330 at home via my Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router with XNet VFX. See:

However, when I phoned the VFX helpdesk to find out if there would be any issues auto provisioning it they informed me the phone could not be provisioned and that there would be no way to get the phone to work on the VFX network at this stage. Is this correct?

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  Reply # 94759 12-Nov-2007 06:40
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Yes that is correct and actually this unit from when we took at look at it was not very good in our opinion, battey life and general all round peformance was not something we belive would be a viable product with VFX

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  Reply # 94911 12-Nov-2007 19:26
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Ok. I'm pretty keen using a Wifi handset. Especially one that I could use with and telecom hotspots as well as around the home. Has WxC got plans to add any wireless ip phones to the list of supported hardware that you'd recommend?


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  Reply # 94917 12-Nov-2007 19:52
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We are looking but at this stage we havn't seen a quality product offering yet, still looking though so we can't give anytime frames untill we find a product that will be accepatbleto both us and you as the customer

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