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# 20654 1-Apr-2008 22:07
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Hi,

I'm a bit new to this so hoped I could ask for help from those who know.

I decided I want to try out Xnet Fusion but dont have any conection hardware.

I looked at the WAG54GP2 but would prefer to have the WiFi as a seperate unit.

Can an yone tell me if the AG310 will work or can you recommend a better solution?

or to get it to just work, is the simplest and most straight forward solution just the WAG54GP2 (if I can find one in stock)?

Thanks

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  # 120403 2-Apr-2008 06:01
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We are looking at the AG310 but it is a bit unique in the way it is is built with basiaclly 2 devives put in a single unit, it cause some concerns for us to provision due to the MAC addressing of the units, this has the potentional to cause confusion for customers and ourselves so we are still looking at this device,

The wag is a straight forward option, the wrp400 behind a standard router is another, I saw a couple of wag54gp2 in Harvey Normans in Waiaru park the other day as well (if your in the North Shore)

Hopefully Linksys will have resupplied all the channnels in the very near future




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  # 124905 19-Apr-2008 11:16
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ok, so I'm getting an AG310 sent out to me after a mix up with the WAG54GP2 (The courier 'lost' it), is there any way that these can be provisioned for in vfx? if not, I dont mind getting the pap2t to go with it - would this work?

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  # 124913 19-Apr-2008 12:51
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It should, but I would recommend the spa2102 over the pap2,




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