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Topic # 21503 29-Apr-2008 10:41
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We have just added some instructional videos to help with the provisioning of the Linksys VFX Devices. Feel free to take a peek the videos which can be found at the xnet website (xnet.co.nz) then under support and Hardware Instructions, or simply click on the link below.


http://www.xnet.co.nz/instructions/


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  Reply # 127009 29-Apr-2008 11:09
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Very nice Josh, this will make it easier for anyone joining up with VFX/Fusion in future.

There is one little typo I noticed at the bottom of all the screens though:

http://52.28.20.69/configs/default/deafult$MA.cfg

If you can remedy that bit of dyslexic typing, everything will be perfect Smile


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  Reply # 127019 29-Apr-2008 11:42
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I must be blind Grant, I just took a look and can't find that, could you post a screen shot please




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  Reply # 127044 29-Apr-2008 13:10
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Nice work :)

And no, I cant see any typos either.. :-/





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  Reply # 127149 29-Apr-2008 19:59
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No coffee cups were harmed in the making of theses videos




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  Reply # 127151 29-Apr-2008 20:14
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I could certainly have done with that video last week trying to set up the SPA2102.  Great asset

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