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Topic # 22808 9-Jun-2008 11:58
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Maverick Finally got to the bottom of my problem with my WAG54 - its does not like to be worked over wifi, simply transferring a 500mb filie over wifi is sufficient to overheat my WAG54 which then resets the wifi and temporarily disables the VFX service... not sure Im really ready to go Fusion with this faulty WAG box. 

 Phil, can you please get hold of me via email so that I can sort out how to return this WAG Box (I have an RMA number but must return it via WXC as I purchased it direct from you)  I've tried getting hold of you through email, support line, etc.. no joy.   thanks Glenn

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  Reply # 136710 9-Jun-2008 16:36
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Sorry been really tied up the last few days, PM your details address, RMA etc




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  Reply # 136747 9-Jun-2008 18:51
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Thanks Maverick - I have PM'd you the details.  thanks... keen to get this sorted so that I can be all over Fusion.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 136773 9-Jun-2008 20:00
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Hi downhill,

If you are still keen to continue with Fusion and are after a better choice of hardware. I highly recommend a Dynalink RTA1320 router + Linksys WRP400. This combination works very well, and I have rolled a few of these out to my customers now. The WRP400 is very much superior to the WAG54GP2, and is also the device that WxC are using in the fibre to home installs.




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