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# 126817 20-Jul-2013 21:26
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I went to the following URL

http://fritzbox.com.au/forums/showthread.php?122-DECT-Phones-compatible-with-the-Fritz!Box

and was met with

"Sorry. The administrator has banned your IP address. To contact the administrator click here"

I can VPN into work and gain access , but I am wondering why I would be blocked when I am on snap.

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Uber Geek

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  # 862764 20-Jul-2013 21:28
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It's blocked for me too. Admins of the forum must have banned a huge chunk of IPs in NZ.

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  # 862766 20-Jul-2013 21:29
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I can access it fine on Snap UFB connection.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

 
 
 
 


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  # 862771 20-Jul-2013 21:37
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Seems fine here too. I remember using that list when getting a dect phone :)

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  # 862774 20-Jul-2013 21:45
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Same here: Banned and I'm with snap to.

"To contact the administrator click here" which I have twice (weeks ago) and never received a reply.

Very poor site if they ignore genuine enquiries!!

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  # 862783 20-Jul-2013 21:51
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Working fine for me on Snap....

Am on UFB but have the same IP as when I had DSL...

I think the IPs are based on location in NZ...




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  # 862785 20-Jul-2013 21:54
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Nope Banned here on Snap VDSL

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  # 862807 20-Jul-2013 22:52
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Get the banned message here on snap vdsl.

Possibly the big message in the signup terms about only being available for Australian users was getting ignored by too many people and they thought it easiest to just block NZ IP's?




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  # 862814 20-Jul-2013 23:09
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No problem on Snap ADSL with fixed IP in 123.255.x.x range

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  # 862882 21-Jul-2013 07:50
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Fine for me with Snap VDSL on a static 203.86.x.x

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  # 862883 21-Jul-2013 08:08
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blocked for me to on Snap

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  # 862890 21-Jul-2013 08:28
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Blocked for me, 111.69.x.x




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  # 862897 21-Jul-2013 09:08
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just went there and fine for me on Vodafone




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  # 862930 21-Jul-2013 10:43
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sidefx: Seems fine here too. I remember using that list when getting a dect phone :)


Thats the reason I was going there, to read through the forums to see which DECT phones worked with the Fritzbox.

What did you get in the end ?

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  # 862970 21-Jul-2013 12:51
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Banned for me on Telecom ADSL..




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  # 863017 21-Jul-2013 14:21
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sir1963:
sidefx: Seems fine here too. I remember using that list when getting a dect phone :)


Thats the reason I was going there, to read through the forums to see which DECT phones worked with the Fritzbox.

What did you get in the end ?


From the first post... not sure if they update it. EDIT: looks like they do.


The following handsets are known to work via DECT.

Siemens
A58H
C37H
C47H

Panasonic
KX-TGA181AL
KX-TCD410ALS
KX-TG2511AL
KX-TG2512AL
KX-TG1855AL
KX-TGA648AZ
KX-TG8322A
KX-TG2511AL

Phillips
SE635
CD530
XL340

Oricom
eco700-2

Doro
5045
5065
650r+1

Binatone
e4400

Telstra
6100
8200
8950
9150
9200
12300

Bang & Olufsen
Beocom 6000



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