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Topic # 27181 16-Oct-2008 19:24
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Hello,

In July, I was made aware by someone "in the know" that a replacement for the Linksys WAG54GP2 was in the pipeline and was about 1-2 months away.

Can anyone from Xnet or here shed some light on when this piece of H/W will be released? I am holding off my swicth to VFX until this is released and am getting a little impatient!!!

Cheers,

Donald.

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  Reply # 172298 20-Oct-2008 16:27
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Apparently they are still testing it....most prob security issues, but i have been told it won't be long before we can get our hands on one!




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  Reply # 172382 20-Oct-2008 21:15
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Fantastic!!

Do you know if we are talking days, weeks or months?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 172407 20-Oct-2008 22:44
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Nope its ready by Jan09 as thats when ill be in the market 4 one.

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  Reply # 172448 21-Oct-2008 09:23
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We gave them a NETGEAR DG834GV to test but that is taking a long time to be ready to, testing must be extensive.

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  Reply # 172591 21-Oct-2008 19:17
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Tizza5: We gave them a NETGEAR DG834GV to test but that is taking a long time to be ready to, testing must be extensive.


Ohhhhhhhhhhhh! I love my netgear! If xnet go with that model, I'd probably upgrade from the pap2t and netgear DG834GT I'm using and get one of those.

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  Reply # 172592 21-Oct-2008 19:25
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I know! exciting aye!Smile

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  Reply # 172594 21-Oct-2008 19:32
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Yes!
Because my current netgear totally kicks butt. It's only flaw is the missing QOS.

 I'm going to go hunt down the V version specs. I remember looking at it when I bought the GT but ruling it out because at the time there was no VOIP to be had in the land and the V version was more expensive. If it gives priority to the phone but keeps all else exactly the same as the GT version I'd be an ecstatic camper.

WHICH version are they looking at of that model?? The V2 I'm guessing.

Also, I'd be happy to test a unit for you, XNET! Just send me one over. I'll let you know if it spits the dummy.

Edit: Oh well, no QoS or voice prioritisation on the Netgear DG834GV that I can find anywhere, so I'd just as soon keep my current setup.

What is it with Netgear not wanting to implement QoS?
I wonder if the Netcomm/Dynalink RTA1025W has a V version yet?



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  Reply # 172861 22-Oct-2008 19:04
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We are pretty keen to get Fusion and ditch Telecom for a VOIP solution, but I am hanging out for the new model replacement for the WAG54GP2 (have been waiting for a few months!) I don't want to pay for a WAG54GP2 now when the new model is so close.

Does anyone have a PAP2T or indeed a WAG54GP2 that I could borrow until the new model arrives? If you are a business, I would be happy to agree to purchase the new model from you when it becomes available (providing pricing is reasonable).

I am happy to provide some kind of security or written agreement so that it does not appear I am going to disappear with the loan product!!

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Donald
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  Reply # 172871 22-Oct-2008 19:49
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knightrider: We are pretty keen to get Fusion and ditch Telecom for a VOIP solution, but I am hanging out for the new model replacement for the WAG54GP2 (have been waiting for a few months!) I don't want to pay for a WAG54GP2 now when the new model is so close.

Does anyone have a PAP2T or indeed a WAG54GP2 that I could borrow until the new model arrives? If you are a business, I would be happy to agree to purchase the new model from you when it becomes available (providing pricing is reasonable).

I am happy to provide some kind of security or written agreement so that it does not appear I am going to disappear with the loan product!!

Cheers,

Donald
Dunedin

Hi Donald,

I can help you out with some temp hardware, and can help you with the sign up process etc (I'm a WxC dealer). Flick me a PM with your contact details & will sort something out.

Cheers
Fraser




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