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Topic # 87346 26-Jul-2011 15:26
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I see on the VFX hardware page the following is listed as a certified device.

Linksys WRT54G-AU 

I'm assuming that this is a just a typo and should be the WRTP54G-AU? i.e. with a P for Phone.

My boss phoned to get some vfx VOIP lines installed using a WRTP54G and was told that this was not a certified device and that he'd have to use Open-VFX. The WRTP54G was one of the first certified devices, I used to use one. Could it be that the WorldXChange staff are checking the website for the certified models and the typo is misleading them?

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  Reply # 498069 26-Jul-2011 15:28
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yep Typo .... :), thanks for pointing it out.... Yes still supported but very old hardware now, wrp400 much better option




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  Reply # 498134 26-Jul-2011 17:39
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Anyone reading this thread, I've got a WRTP54G available that has been rock solid for a number of years. Just got a new model as present from a friendly guy, no other reason for upgrade. PM me if interested, else it will go on TradeMe in the next couple of weeks.




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