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# 21261 21-Apr-2008 11:55
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I'm heading to Oz next month and I'm wondering whether we can buy VOIP products like the one above from there (where it's significantly cheaper) and set it up once I get back.

Do Xnet provide configuration files/instructions for these that are pre-setup?


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  # 125269 21-Apr-2008 12:30
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you should be okay with Aus devices, you will just need to put a profile rule in to pick up a configuration from us

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  # 125299 21-Apr-2008 13:23
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Just make sure it's not locked to a provider. Most of the stuff at retail level isn't but it pays to double check first!


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  # 125345 21-Apr-2008 15:40
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Phil, can you put the provisioning rule in while in AU to check that it connects to the WxC server before giving WxC the MAC?  Otherwise "pantsless" might just have to e-mail the MAC to you and you can activate it while he is in AU.  That way he can test it while still there in case of any need for a warranty claim.

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  # 125359 21-Apr-2008 16:28
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It should be fine Niel, as long as you can get into the unit to the provisioning section it will be okay.

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