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  Reply # 506815 15-Aug-2011 14:30
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dolsen:
sbiddle: The DECT phone of Genius would work on an SLA but if you hook up any other analogue devices to the ATA they're probably not going to work while running off a battery (something that's the case with most ATA's)



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  Reply # 510884 23-Aug-2011 21:52
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My Genius unit locked up this evening. It dropped the VOIP line indicator but retained the DSL and Online indicators. Unable to bring up the GUI or ping from a LAN connected PC.
Hard restart cleared the problem but i would have hoped that these type of problems would have been addressed during development.
Anyone else have similar problems?
Other than this one glitch the unit has run sweet.

Damon 



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  Reply # 510888 23-Aug-2011 22:02
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I have not had any problems so far. It just works




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