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Using BT Voyager 220V as a voip client
Does anyone know if you can use the Voyager 220V as a stand-alone voip
client, i.e. plug a phone in one port and then use one of the LAN
sockets to connect to your network, and simply ignore the ADSL modem?
I was thinking of getting a 10V, but there seem to be lots of 220V's
around going cheap on ebay.
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