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How do I setup my ViaTalk LinkSys PAP2 or Cisco 112 adapter?
How to set up your ViaTalk broadband phone:

Thank you for purchasing ViaTalk’s broadband phone service. ViaTalk provides the most cost effective, complete broadband phone service package available to United States residential and business customers. Our unparalleled technical support team coupled with our state of the art fiber optic network ensures you that you will have the highest available quality of service at a great price.

Please look through the Install kit and make sure that you find the following items:
(*) Linksys PAP2 or Cisco SPA112 Phone Adapter with 2 ports for Voice-over-IP pre-configured for ViaTalk
(*) Instructions on how to set up your ViaTalk broadband phone

This setup should take approximately 5 minutes to complete:

Step 1: Take the phone adapter out of its box and plug your regular telephone into the adapter. It can be any type of touch-tone telephone. (Figure 1).

Figure 1

Step 2: Plug your Ethernet cable into the port labeled Ethernet and make sure the other end of the cable is plugged correctly into your broadband high speed router, or modem, and that it is powered on and working correctly (Figure 2).

Figure 2

Step 3: Plug in the power cable into the correct port on the adapter and then plug it into a power source (Figure 3).

Figure 3

Step 4: Wait until the Power, Ethernet, and Phone line LED’s all light up (Figure 4).

Figure 4

Congratulations, you are now connected to our ViaTalk broadband phone service. Feel free to call anywhere in the U.S. or Canada for one low price. The ViaTalk Team

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