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Do you mean on your home broadband modem page?
Previously worked with a Telstra Partner however I am not a Telstra Employee, just a fellow customer helping when I can.
Thank you, a Restart worked just fine...
A few anxious moments as all led's were off for a little while during the reboot.
All is good, I am a happy puppy, 'tis a nice box, this Telstra Smart Modem, am impressed with Telstra's proactive approach to getting Users ready to connect to NBN "down under".
It has never been so easy to get a new modem fully operational.
Glad to hear some positive feedback about the Gen 2 modem and Telstra’s proactive approach. Most of the posts have been negative. Most people are quick to critics when things go wrong but are hesitant to comment favourable when things go right.
Glad it sorted you out too...
It was my neighbour who first struggled with this. He is "frightened" by all this "high tech stuff", so I have been helping him get he and his wife get comfortable with the new Telstra NBN ready setup.
In the process, I was using my iPhone on his new WiFi network to to get them up and running.
Once up and running, and tested, he then spent the next few hours getting all his other kit changed over to the new WiFi network. Well done I thought, for his persistence, some kit was not easy to switch without loosing all user history.
And while exploring the modem web page, he discovered my iPhone was still connected.
"Oi, get you iPhone off my network", was where it all started...
I was wondering what would happen. I only want the cameras on the PC and was thinking of deleting the phone. Hmm Thanks PS Knew a McGinnes in Sigs or RAEME. Can't recall where. Phil
Any device connected to your home network, and hosted by the Telstra Modem, will always appear in the Home Dashboard, and in Advanced, Devices list...
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