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Zoom X6 ADSL- Setting Security Settings

Tried but failed ... so far.

In the Zoom Device website I have chosen either WPA or WPA2. Then in the Zoom Network Props on my PC, have chosen either WPA2 - Personal; and or WPA-Personal (No single WPA choice as is suggested in the manual). Sometimes it confirms that I have succeeded, but when I go wireless, I loose wireless access (time and time agian). I am running on MS Vista Home. I am also getting very frustrated! Hope you can help me.

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Yes .... problem now solved. Helpful guy from Zoom got back to me, but the real issue was ..... you must (with talktalk at least) use your IP password as the Passphrase. So the instruction to select a Passphrase is understated. It needs to be more specific. I used the WPA 2 setting in the Zoom Webpage Device Wireless Setup, and then the WPA2-personal, in Zoom Newtwok Properties Section on my PC.

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