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Topic # 18465 11-Jan-2008 11:59
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Hi:

I'm currently an Xnet FS/FS customer, and am keen to sign up for either VFX or Fusion, with the possibility of porting my current Telecom number over to VFX/Fusion.  I'm currently using a Linksys WAG200G ADSL modem/router, which works well for me.

My question is, what is the recommended hardware for VFX for my setup?  Should I get the SPA2102, or the PAP2T is sufficient?  I was initially thinking of the SPA3102 due to the FXO port option, but then I thought that if I go Fuision/NDSL then there's really no use for me to have the FXO port option anymore, hence I thought about the SPA2102.  However, from Xnet's website, it says the SPA2102 is "Ideal for a network without a router" - does it mean it should not be used with a router (as in my WAG200G).

Any insights would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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  Reply # 104192 11-Jan-2008 12:04
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The 2102 is a slightly newer model and will deal with improvements in Fax protocols, however if your not into faxing then the Pap2T should be fine, both devices work well behind your current router.




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  Reply # 104229 11-Jan-2008 13:52
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maverick: The 2102 is a slightly newer model and will deal with improvements in Fax protocols, however if your not into faxing then the Pap2T should be fine, both devices work well behind your current router.


Hi Phil:

Thanks for the prompt reply.  I think I'll go with the SPA2102, altho I don't really need the fax capability now, but just in case.. !

Thanks again.


Regards
Chuck

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