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Topic # 9658 3-Oct-2006 16:05
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I have bought a Linksys  SPA 3102 and installed it but cant see how to config the software. It is physically installed between the modem and a wireless Belkin router .I can access the 3102 and everything else is working OK so I think the hardware is installed OK.The supplied info was not much use and I may have done something wrong.The PSTN side gets tone etc OK  Hopefully someone has been down this path and can assist me.

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  Reply # 47423 3-Oct-2006 16:54
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Assist you with...?



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  Reply # 47445 3-Oct-2006 20:48
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hi, I have now got it working and can make calls. local calls I make by prefixing with 0064 etc. I am looking for info on setting dialling plans to enable 0+ NZ calls and code 2-9 7 digit calls etc.The ringing has 8 options so will sort out )I hope) . I have faxability and a dual number with private ringing to look at also. This will be a headache to move  to (say) World exchange as it looks like you need to pay for 3 lines... probably cheaper to stay with Telecoms  in the future,    As there is no useful manual for the SPA 3102   I am not sure yet what other problems I will encounter .

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  Reply # 47453 3-Oct-2006 21:12
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The SPA3102 (like all Linksys/Sipura phone adapters) is an OEM device rather than a end user/retail packaged product hence the lack of end user manual.

The dialplan can be configured to do virtually anything you want including routing calls via the PSTN or internet depending on the number you dial.



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  Reply # 47457 3-Oct-2006 21:38
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I bought it as it was very versatile and had FXO/FXS capability. The recent tie up between World Exchange and Unisys I think will probably make it an OEM only item vey soon . Hopefully there is a few around  already and someone has nutted out the dial plans etc .




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  Reply # 47493 4-Oct-2006 11:19
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if I change the dial plan to include gw0 to route codes via the PSTN the status changes to un registered and stops working. The PSTN line is always showing unregistered...is this correct? I have not changed anything in the PSTN settings and the phone rings and can be answered for incoming PSTN calls.Ideas?

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  Reply # 49398 23-Oct-2006 20:09
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if you can send to our office. we can configure it for you

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  Reply # 49562 24-Oct-2006 21:56
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thanks for the offer but I am learning as I go and was looking for information .I have now got it configured and have a minor echo problem  with the PSTN line to fix and how to set up the diversion from PSTN to line one. Any tips?
cheers,George

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