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Topic # 24287 20-Jul-2008 13:23
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I am on fusion and have a problem with my WAG54GP2v2. If the phone rings, as soon as somone answers it the net stops for about 15-20 sec, same if somone makes a call. This can be very annoying if im playing a game or somthing. Other than that everything is fine, the quality of the calls is always great and the net is usually good to. Anyone have any ideas on this one?

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  Reply # 149661 20-Jul-2008 16:42
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Check your DSL sync speeds.
Check you haven't reached data cap & your connection has been throttled.

The VFX service will take priority through WxC network. Therefore if there is limited bandwidth, then this would cause other Internet activity grind to a halt during a VFX call.




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