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# 41077 9-Sep-2009 13:08
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My current network consists of a Apple Airport Extreme and an Apple Airport Express. I have added the Express to the Extreme to create a WDS.

I wonder if I can plug at ATA into the Express ethernet point to set up VOIP. I know I can add the ATA to the Extreme but I need the voip where the Express is as there is no cable there. I don't want to buy a ATA to find out it won't work.




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  # 254454 9-Sep-2009 17:55
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as long as the pc works like that then an ata will




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  # 254524 9-Sep-2009 20:37
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cisconz: as long as the pc works like that then an ata will

Thanks, I didn't think of that.




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  # 254630 10-Sep-2009 06:44
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cisconz: as long as the pc works like that then an ata will

Thanks, I didn't think of that.

And yes, PC works OK hooked up to Exress. NOw just need to decide on suitable ATA/VOIP Phone.




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  # 254653 10-Sep-2009 08:28
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What VoIP provider(s) are you going to use?



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sbiddle: What VoIP provider(s) are you going to use?

2talk I suppose,




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