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Topic # 25027 9-Aug-2008 22:41
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Hi,

Anyone here got VFX with 2 lines, the Linksys WAG54GP2 and a two line phone?
Does everything work OK?

I'm looking at getting VFX for our new shop along with the Uniden DSS7960+1 2 Line phone.
We will not need more than two lines so on paper this looks like a good setup.
We will also have a POTS line for fax, EFTPOS and alarm monitoring.





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  Reply # 156158 12-Aug-2008 08:22
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No one aye?
Oh well I'll let you know how it goes when it's all up and running.




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  Reply # 156167 12-Aug-2008 08:44
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No reason why it wouldn't work fine.

I assume you're going to have multiple phones so you can actually answer both lines at once?


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Reply # 156278 12-Aug-2008 14:18
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I have two VFX lines and have had no problems. Use one as main line and the second as a fax/outgoing call line. Both on calls with no issues.



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  Reply # 156283 12-Aug-2008 14:41
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sbiddle: No reason why it wouldn't work fine.

I assume you're going to have multiple phones so you can actually answer both lines at once?



Yea the Uniden cordless 2 line phone has two handsets with it.  Each can answer any line or make a call on any line as they have a Line1 and Line2 button on them.




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