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Wizard Error

Wizard Error

Wizard Error

When i run my wizard i get an error saying my least cost route short code does not have a match in the system short code list.

Is the wizard wrong or do you have to mirror parts of the LCR into the system short codes?

RE: Wizard Error

The wizard is frequently wrong - if it works, ignore the wizards whining.

RE: Wizard Error

Cheers Morrack, you have restored a little confidence

RE: Wizard Error

the wizard is dood for ckecking fro config errors but the results still need to be filtered, some thisgs is complains about are not actualy wrong

also be aware that a cfg created with the wizard will muck up remote access.
to fix delete the ras service DialIn
reboot & then recreate.

RE: Wizard Error

Really?  That's good to know - I just used wizard to create a new basic setup template file to be used for future straightforward installs.  I did not know about the RAS problem - you get a star for that info


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