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  Reply # 312831 30-Mar-2010 13:59
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Device provisioned itself at 1.48 and is currently online and registered.




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  Reply # 312850 30-Mar-2010 14:55
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I'm not home at the moment but apparently there is a dial tone and it's working.  I will have to put it through the paces tonight but all seems well.  Thanks maverick for the excellent customer service!! Laughing  One thing to note - the auto-provision seems to have wiped my setting for WAN access.. I don't know if this is intended behavior or not?  I will reset it when I get home.. anyway no big deal!  Smile

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 312853 30-Mar-2010 15:06
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dannyres: Thanks maverick for the excellent customer service!! Laughing


Yep pretty typical of Phil, one of the most on to it guys in the teleco market.

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  Reply # 312886 30-Mar-2010 16:23
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dannyres: I'm not home at the moment but apparently there is a dial tone and it's working.  I will have to put it through the paces tonight but all seems well.  Thanks maverick for the excellent customer service!! Laughing  One thing to note - the auto-provision seems to have wiped my setting for WAN access.. I don't know if this is intended behavior or not?  I will reset it when I get home.. anyway no big deal!  Smile


The autoprovisioning will reset some settings in the device. If you want the device to have astatic IP on your LAN you will need to reconfigure this.

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