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  #160533 28-Aug-2008 19:42
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It should go away within a day or so, but give it up to a week.  It is not uncommon to rework a circuit board after it has gone through the proper manufacturing processes (I develop automated test systems for an electronics manufacturer).

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  #160551 28-Aug-2008 21:03
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Maybe it's a top secret mod, that actually turns it into a high end Cisco model :)

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  #160608 29-Aug-2008 07:46
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shermanp: Cry definately something wrong there.

I have the same router as you and have no problem whatsoever with recieving incoming calls.

Instead I have problems with choppy audio if there's even a hint of uploading (or downloading for that matter!!) going on - despite the fact I have a perfecltly good 8Mbit/s/750Kbit/s connection to the net Cry

i had this problem for a while. Turns out the QoS on my WAG54GPv2 had been turned off during a factory reset (which could realisticly have happened on the first day i got it), have a look and see if the same thing has happened to you. Cleared it right up when switched back on.

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  #160625 29-Aug-2008 09:19
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Which Q0S settings are you talking about.. and where???
Please tell!!!

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  #160628 29-Aug-2008 09:22
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i dont have the device in front of me at the moment but it had it's own tab, possibly under "voice"?

might have been under Applications and Gaming (was playing with the port forwarding when i found it).... have a quick poke around, shouldnt be hard to find Smile

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  #160648 29-Aug-2008 10:12
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Ah, that one..

Problem is that I have no idea what to set so that I get good VFX...
One almost needs a degree in rocket science to understand the QoS settings on that device :(

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  #160653 29-Aug-2008 10:15
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i dont claim to know what i'm doing, but i'll take a screenshot tonight and post it up for you.

...for all i know i may have severely handicapped all other traffic.... *shrug* at least it works :D


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  #160779 29-Aug-2008 17:33
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if i'm doing something seriously wrong someone please let me know, when i had issues all the boxes at the top were set to "disabled" and "none"

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  #160788 29-Aug-2008 18:59
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thanks, will give it a go.

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