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# 21859 9-May-2008 09:45
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In excellent condition, currently operating with vfx. I have the manual/cables etc.

$70 inc courier within New Zealand.

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  # 129762 9-May-2008 21:05
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I've got a mate who's looking to get Xnet VFX and one of these units.
Do they have a 4-port switch built in or are they 1 ethernet port only?



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  # 129791 9-May-2008 23:42
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1 port. I use it in conjunction with a wireless router.

 
 
 
 




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  # 133036 24-May-2008 17:38
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Still for sale, $65 inc courier within NZ.

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  # 133042 24-May-2008 17:59
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Hi there,

what model number is it?

I've just sent through my application for Xnet and Vfx, so once that gets confirmed, and your PAP2T is still available, then I'll be keen to buy it.

cheers.



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  # 133119 25-May-2008 15:16
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Hi, it is a Linksys PAP2T, doesn't say anything else on it. I got it from Ascent, it was one of the models that comes with the xnet vfx info already in the box.

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  # 134523 30-May-2008 21:05
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hey just wanted to say that I received the PAP2T this morning - thanks very much. plugged it in, went out, came home and the phone was working - mint.

a pleasure to deal with.

cheers.

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