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- Re: WAG54G Gateway drops the connection
- John Navas
June 22, 2006, 5:53 pm
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True, but then this is alt.internet.wireless
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Re: WAG54G Gateway drops the connection
Thanks, John, for re-directing me to this group. I am confronted
with another problem, and maybe someone here can point me in the
right direction. I can't buy a replacement Linksys WAG54G ADSL
I have tried locally (Oklahoma City) to purchase a replacement
for my Linksys WAG54G Wireless-G ADSL Gateway, but no one has
them in stock. Has this item been dropped from production, or is
there some other explanation? If the WAG54G is no longer
available, what should I consider using as a replacement?
I'm still not absolutely sure this unit is failing, or has
failed. It works very well sometimes, then gets all balled up at
other times. Is there anything else that might be causing these
My ADSL service provider, SWBell, sent a technician out yesterday
and checked the line. That all seems to be in very good order. He
even plugged the telephone patch cord that usually connects to my
Linksys Gateway into his laptop and checked the line, including
the house wiring. This also checked out fine.
On Thu, 22 Jun 2006 17:53:35 GMT, John Navas
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