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Old 10-24-2007, 02:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Feature request - wireless prefs tied to network

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Just wishful thinking here:

At home I have the tmob linksys router, and UMA phone calls are great.

At work we have a diff wireless router and call quality is bad via UMA, every few seconds I get a click/pop and lose a second of connection.

I wish I could configure the device so that when I am home (on home wireless net) voice calls go via UMA...

...but when I am at work on work wireless, calls would go out via mobile network.

I know I can throw the switch in the "manage connections/mobile network options" but I'd like to make that setting stick on a per-network basis.

-Dan

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