If it would cause a major disruption for most users, we do it off peak.There are different views on this, but ultimately anytime something like this is done, there will be a handful of users that run into issues even if 99% of the customers don't notice it (assuming it goes smoothly).
If they'd have noticed, this situation wouldn't come up. I guess the best short answer is that it shouldn't be noticeable for 99% of users even during peak, but "if" there are issues they will likely not be self-healing and will require a reboot or something along those lines.
This is a contrast to something like a website which would require no user intervention to come back online if maintenance didn't go well.
Yes, I plugged PAP2T in and it was it, and it was working fine until today. I just don’t like to have my phone disconnected in the middle of a working day and without me knowing that. If this is something you'd like to take advantage of, let me know. But anyway, I would wish so that you focus on straightening out your service problems, rather than trying to get rid of me and other people who are not completely satisfied. But anyway, I would wish so that you focus on straightening out your service problems, rather than trying to get rid of me and other people who are not completely satisfied. Your basically saying "no I pass but when it does not work the way I expect I will be here crying on the forums about it".
And this tells me that you did not read my post carefully. My internet is not a crap, and Tim acknowledges every time that the issue is on their side. “Wow you have had one problem and your freaking out”. I’ve been having them almost every day when I was on HT502. And second, I’m not freaking out, put simply communicating. I am not even going to go into your previous reply but I think you should strongly consider what Tim is offering you. They offer a money back guarantee so if people like you do not like the service you can move on to a service that better suites your needs. If you pass up the chance to get your money back you only have yourself to blame.
Have downloaded the new firmware package, upg-spa2102-5-2-10and spa2102-5-2-10.bin, from Cisco website, but couldn't upgrade my SPA2102 adapter.
With running Solarwinds TFTP server in the background, I have been waiting for hours watching the upg-spa2102-5-2-10to wait for a 'download request' from the SPA2102!
BTW, you’re the one who should watch your language here. The service is really inconsistent here and I’m not gonna keep my mouth shout about that. Via Talk is a company that has similar pricing which may be an alternative to look at. As I've said before, if you're not comfortable with VOIPo service, I'm happy to arrange for a refund so you can find a service that might meet your needs better. But meanwhile I’m not going to hesitate and put out my opinion about the service here on the public forum. But meanwhile Im not going to hesitate and put out my opinion about the service here on the public forum.
If this is something you'd like to take advantage of, let me know. I spent a lot of time configuring the router because I installed Tomato firmware on it, and yes, I don’t install Tomatoes or routers every day. Via Talk is a company that has similar pricing which may be an alternative to look at. But if you’re intended to ban me here on the forum, please, just let me know in advance. But if youre intended to ban me here on the forum, please, just let me know in advance.
This package contains the files needed for installing the Linksys PAP2T Internet Phone Adapter Firmware.