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# 39392 13-Aug-2009 16:02
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with woosh wireless with phone via their gateway and a linksys BEF11S4 wireless router ,i followed all the instruction with the linksys and not working ,is it because of the woosh gateway??? ,is it possible to connect the linksys to woosh's gateway??? or do i have to connect direct to the modem and loose my woosh phone??

any help would be great :)

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  # 246200 13-Aug-2009 18:22
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its been a long time since i was on woosh, if my memory serves me correct the woosh gateway ip is locked at however the linksys should link in ok. Im amazed people still use woosh, i had nothing but trouble with their equipment and service. go copper go ;)

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  # 246605 14-Aug-2009 15:02
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Plug the router in to your PC, then you can probably adapt these instructions for the Netgear Router we normally supply to suit your Linksys.

Step 1:
Open Internet Explorer
In the address bar type
Enter the Router's Username and Password

Step 2:
Click on ‘LAN IP Setup’ from the menu on the left (towards the bottom).
The ‘IP address’ is currently, change this to
Where it says ‘Use Router as DHCP’, untick this.
Click: Apply

Step 3:
The router will then apply the settings and reboot.
To log into the router from now on the IP address is

Step 4:
Plug an Ethernet cable into the ‘PC port’ on the Gateway and one of the four ‘LAN ports’ on the router.

Step 5:
The router is now configured and cabled for correct use with the Gateway.


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