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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 29784 19-Jan-2009 15:39
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Probably a dumb question, but can I use my analoge telephone directly with the AG310 or do I need to get a PAP2T???

Any help is much apreciated.

Thanks


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  Reply # 190679 20-Jan-2009 01:07
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Plug your phone directly into the port marked "Phone"



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  Reply # 190688 20-Jan-2009 07:24
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Thanks, Called Linksys help line and was told that it wasn't possible...

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  Reply # 190760 20-Jan-2009 12:07
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Is this not what your device looks like side on?



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  Reply # 190803 20-Jan-2009 14:39
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Yep, thats the one

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  Reply # 190814 20-Jan-2009 15:29
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Plug your phone directly into that port marked phone, and it should be fine.



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  Reply # 190820 20-Jan-2009 15:58
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Why would linksys say that it wouldn't work???

Oh well.

Thanks for the help mate :D

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