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Topic # 89245 29-Aug-2011 15:18
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So I've got an Orcon Genius and am wanting to share my connection with Tomizone. Does anyone know if I can use my Orcon Genius, otherwise known as the iinet BoB2 in Australia, as a Tomizone hotspot? It says that I need a certain DLink wireless router, but then I checked out http://www.iinet.net.au/hotspots/become-a-hotspot.html and it says all I need is a 4 port wireless router and broadband connection.
 

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  Reply # 513514 29-Aug-2011 15:28
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Sorry to say that the Orcon Genius is not yet a Tomizone Hotspot capable router. You can easily connect a DIR-615 to the LAN port if you want or alternatively get a Tomizone Gateway (Concierge) and Pico Station to run one.



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  Reply # 513518 29-Aug-2011 15:36
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Oh really? Well that kinda stinks. Hopefully Orcon aid this and make it so the Genius can create a Tomizone hotspot. Thank you so much for your help.

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  Reply # 513521 29-Aug-2011 15:49
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As Cyrit7 mentioned in your other thread, just buy a Tomizone supported router and plug it into the Genius.




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