On Tue, Mar 12, 2002 at 11:45:54AM +0000, Colin Whittaker wrote:
> The box should just work anywhere in the country.
> If the lady moves it far enough she will leave her local call area
> but it should still connect to the original dialup number without issue.
>> While it would be possible to change the dialup settings it would be a
> pain. I suspect the config on customer units is locked anyhow.
Definitely NOT locked on the one I used, although as I got it free from the
telephony arm of Independent Group other units with other provenance may of
course be differently configured. And changing the setting was easy enough
AFAIR - just a question of following your nose - I would have RTFM if I had
TFM but I hadn't and yet I did it.
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