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Reply # 169869 8-Oct-2008 14:08
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Hey guys, new to geekzone to excuse me if I ssay something wrong.
I was looking to join xnet fusion and was wondering wat type of modem i should get?
Im currently on a dial-up connection and need an all in one device to i can make calls and connect to the internet.
Xnet told me i should get the WAG54GP2V2 but cant seem to find it anywhere

Is it ok for me to just get the WAG54GP2 will i still be able to connect to the internet and make calls too??
If not what do you guyz think about a Dynalink rta1025w and a Linksys spa2102.

Thanks heaps
Deco

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  Reply # 170822 13-Oct-2008 09:29
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Deco:

If not what do you guyz think about a Dynalink rta1025w and a Linksys spa2102.

Thanks heaps
Deco


After all this time, the 1025W still the wireless modem-router that I recommend to friends and family. Combined with an SP2102 or PAP2T, you should be just fine for usual home-use situations.

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Reply # 170904 13-Oct-2008 17:44
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Hey sultanoswing thanks for your reply, Helps me make my decision
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