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Master Geek
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Topic # 24468 24-Jul-2008 19:08
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Can anyone tell me if I can use this with xnet and vfx?

I purchased it last week thinking I will just use my existing modem to connect to xnets standard dsl and use the Belkin N1 for wireless.

However after looking at the Xnet site I saw they provide the VFX service which I like (I am moving into my own place in 8 days so thought I would join up)

Would I be better off selling that and buying a Linksys WAG54GP2v2?

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  Reply # 151283 25-Jul-2008 14:00
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I found the Linksys WAG54GP2v2 to be very unreliable.   Believe given it was extremely hot to touch that the device has an overheating issue.

If you're happy with your Belkin, I would suggest keeping it, and buy a Linksys PAP2T or SPA2102 and connect into your existing router.

I have a PAP2T and DLink G640T combo which works well for me.

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