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I had the zoom all fited up working fine until i changed my internet supplier to Talk Talk and they sent us a moden to use but we want to be able to keep the wireless so that all rooms can connect to the internet, can we still keep the zoom wireless connected instead of the talk talk one.

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Yes.
Just tell it your new username/password under basic setup

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