KPN DSL is not my cup of tea either. Never heard of MX-Flex, dont know
if that works with SIP Spoof. I have 5 customers running on KPN-consumer
ADSL/Monowall SIP spoof combo. Can't get it up and running with one
specific customer (can't ping past Thomson 510) so that might be a
specific Tomson problem.
Why don't you get a regular KPN business account? It's delivered with a
8-ip routed subnet so you don't have to mess with dhcp-spoof or sip
spoof. Should cost you €50 or less a month
Jeroen Visser wrote:
> Thanks for the reply.
> I tried that. It never worked for me, but that might be my onw fault.
> This thread has convinced me to try it again.
> (It's indeed a dutch KPN+ADSL, only not a consumer one, but a semi-businesslike
> connection called MX-FLEX. And it sucks. ;-) )
> Jeroen Visser.
> On Sun, 29 Jan 2006 16:37:54 +0100, Ron Cohen wrote
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