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Topic # 26651 29-Sep-2008 15:58
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Just wondering if this model is supported, even if not officially.

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  Reply # 167885 30-Sep-2008 05:55
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If no-one answers and says yes they are using one I would say if its got a mac address on it give Xnet a ring and see if it can still be used with VFX. I did a google on it and one site I went to said that it was discontinnued and replaced with the PAP2T.

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  Reply # 167931 30-Sep-2008 10:15
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The SPA-1001 is an older device and has never been approved for VFX.




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  Reply # 167946 30-Sep-2008 10:57
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This is a smug reply and does not even attempt to answer the question as asked.  I understand that it is not an "approved" device.  However, that is not to say that it is not supported; perhaps it will provision the same as a PAP2.  I have no idea, and I'm wondering if anyone here does.

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  Reply # 167970 30-Sep-2008 12:33
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boredwild: This is a smug reply and does not even attempt to answer the question as asked.  I understand that it is not an "approved" device.  However, that is not to say that it is not supported; perhaps it will provision the same as a PAP2.  I have no idea, and I'm wondering if anyone here does.

As I don't work for WxC (although I am one of their dealers) I can't give you a fully authoritive answer. However, they will only provision their tested and approved hardware. The SPA-1001 is not on that list.
 




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  Reply # 167976 30-Sep-2008 12:58
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Thanks.  I understand that this model is not on their list.  However, I ran a PAP2 (not a PAP2T) for a year, and it provisioned and ran fine.  That is why I am enquiring about another Linksys device; it may provision just fine.  Has anybody tried one?

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Reply # 555350 8-Dec-2011 10:09
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Anyone ever configure a SPA1001 correctly to work on Xnet's Open VFX???

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  Reply # 555355 8-Dec-2011 10:18
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You can always use OpenVFX but they won't provide all the auto provisioning to your device like they do with approved devices.





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  Reply # 555361 8-Dec-2011 10:27
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RATS lol

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