For others reading this post..... I would not send a phone back in their goofy little bubble envelope. They have got to be kidding! 1. That little envelope is a red flag for postal employees t... Ver más...
For others reading this post..... I would not send a phone back in their goofy little bubble envelope. They have got to be kidding! 1. That little envelope is a red flag for postal employees to take the phone 2. You have no assurance or insurance that it either got there or wasn't damaged with no way to recover the cost. 3. Picture that little envelope under 300 lbs of boxes at the Post Office Send it back insured in your box with the phone in their envelop and then place it IN THE BOX. Also make a copy of the Submission ID tag and clear tape that to your box. Include the confirmation print out you got from the website submission Brian
The NE for business web interface allows considerably more configuration options that may be required in a corporate network environment. http://support.verizonwireless.com/information/network... Ver más...
The NE for business web interface allows considerably more configuration options that may be required in a corporate network environment. http://support.verizonwireless.com/information/network_extender_business.html
Use the Internet Explorer browser (units web interface is browser sensitive it seems) and https instead of http. Either https://192.168.1.10 or if the unit has already gotten an IP address fro... Ver más...
Use the Internet Explorer browser (units web interface is browser sensitive it seems) and https instead of http. Either https://192.168.1.10 or if the unit has already gotten an IP address from your router than look up the mac id in the router table to see what was assigned and then use that address.... Too bad they never mention https in the manual...