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Gilat 360 manual/help needed

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Apr 14th, 2007 at 10:39pm  
Hi all, very new to satellite internet so be gentle please!
Today I acquired a Gilat 360 router, dish and LNB for use in Ireland.  I have connected a laptop via the Ethernet port to the router and assumed that I'd be able to configure it in a similar fashion to an ADSL router i.e. via a web page or Telnet but this doesn't seem to be the case.
Can anyone point me in the right direction as regards configuration, a manual, any software needed etc?  I've Google'd for info to no avail and a search on this forum for Gilat or 360 produces no results.
Any help much appreciated!
Regards
Justin
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Reply #1 - Apr 17th, 2007 at 9:09pm  
Hi Eric,

Thanks for the link, very interesting.  However, I bought the satellite kit ready for when we move to Ireland (we are in England until June) to save money by not buying or renting the kit from the service providers.  I was just curious to see how it worked and as I'm rapidly finding out, it's somewhat different to ADSL!
I guess I shall have to wait until I'm over there and got the dish/LNB up and the Gilat connected and a service provider then it will be crunch time!

Thanks again,

Regards

Justin
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Reply #2 - Apr 18th, 2007 at 12:46am  
Contact us, we can help you to get connected.

www.europe-satellite.com
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