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I have such a problem: when I connect VSX 6000 to the Internet, it doesn't work. It is connected through the swith D-Link, total length of network cables is about 150 metres. Inside the diagnostik I see, that Time Server is red, i.e doesn't work. But IP Network lights green! IP adress is phisical, whithout proxy and firewalls. I want to notice, that notebook, connected to the same LAN-port works whithout problems!
Try changing the wire. Must be the 30 foot cable not the 10 foot which is specifically the daisy chain ... The former 30 foot is the specific cable from codec to mic. If changing this fails and you tested the mic, then your unit is either suffering corrupted software or the mic hardware is damaged. David
You need to buy a Computer Calling Kit from Polycom. That is essentially a cable with a 2.5mm connector to the Polycom Soundstation 2W on one end and two 3.5 mm connectors to the PC Sound card end (one to the Microphone port and the other to the Speakers port).
No, i don't think si. The polycom needs an ethernet connection to a router. You might get this working by putting the 3g card into a PC and enabling connection sharing, however even if you got it work itsd a bad solution in terms of: - Cost - Reliability - Security. ADSL would be better.