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Topic # 32028 8-Apr-2009 20:45
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i've just switched to slingshot from telecom pooh broadband, so i've still got  my DSL-G604T wireless modem which i will use for my slingshot instead of the one port modem they are sending me....

can anyone give me pointers or a quick guide on how to configure this baby for slingshot? i rang slingshot support but they don't give support for this particular model.... they only gave me "myusername@jetbuster.co.nz" and told me to ring DLINK for help on configuring it...

any help will be muchly appreciated...

ps. i can get to the router through 10.1.1.1 + admin + paswrd just not sure which options to pick and stuff

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  Reply # 206112 8-Apr-2009 23:23
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Yeah, that kind of sucks, when they here you have not got a dynalink they try to blame the hardware... frustrating.  This should help with the setup. You could have asked for the perticulars but you would have to know what they are called.  Goodluck.

You could also ask the helpdesk to change the jetbuster.co.nz to slingshot.co.nz
what did telecom do with their http://www.jetbuster.co.nz/

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