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# 181299 9-Oct-2015 15:38
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I  have signed with 2degrees for UFF and have received the 2 degrees Fritzbox in the mail. I am currently with Slingshot but use my own modem with extenders in 2other areas in the house. I run my own freepbx system as well as a grandstream ATA for my alarms etc. Will i be able to program the fritzbox the same as other modems for port forwarding and fixed IP addresses for my various machines that require this? The modem did not come with a handbook. I am still a little way away from getting the service, scope visit done next week. 
if I cant program the Fritzbox can i just run an ethernet cable into my existing modem and keep all the settings. That should work okay?

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Naylin

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  # 1403129 9-Oct-2015 15:45
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Yup!

It's a pretty easy box to work on, so no manuals really required for most stuff.



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  # 1403133 9-Oct-2015 15:53
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thanks for that. Can i get it programmed now to use the slingshot stuff so its all setup or do i have to wait. Where can i find the login IP for this. I usually change and use my own ip range, is this easy enough to do as well? Thanks for any help in advance. 

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  # 1403154 9-Oct-2015 16:58
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It comes with good instructions. Yes you can plug it directly into your PC via Ethernet and set it up before you get anything else, just set your PC to DHCP.

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  # 1403470 10-Oct-2015 13:29
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A quick Googling session will help you out :-)

http://en.avm.de/service/fritzbox/fritzbox-7340/overview/

Their modems run the same version of software so if you can't find the exact model number (they have different models for regions) just pick something that looks similar.

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