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Topic # 23566 2-Jul-2008 21:01
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Had Wag54 GP2 rerplaced by DSE with Wag200g and spa 2102. Wag200g is no good flaky disconnects, red lights etc.

Back to trusty old Nokia never misses a beat can anyone help with getting VFX to work with it.

Any help greatly apprecated.

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  Reply # 142381 2-Jul-2008 22:13
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You have to use hardware approved by xnet. Xnet only aprove Linksys products so you won't be able to use your Nokia.

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  Reply # 142382 2-Jul-2008 22:15
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Or do you still have the Spa unit for vfx?


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  Reply # 142388 2-Jul-2008 22:34
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Have forwarded ports on M1122 and set 2102 to bridge mode.

Line 1 xnet vfx is now working yeahhh.

However my Line2 which gives me a local London number will not register.

I would like to use SIP Debug Option to see what my problem is can Xnet enable that?

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  Reply # 142411 3-Jul-2008 06:04
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