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Australia still has occupied Austria :)

Discussion in 'Asuswrt-Merlin' started by geko53, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. geko53

    geko53 Regular Contributor

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    As Asus doesn't seem to be willing to end the occupation of Austria by Australia (several posts an requests have gone out, and even CL-Jeremy had proposed to escalate the theme to the developers some months ago) I would like to ask Merlin whether it would be very complicated to offer a helping hand via his builds:

    In the modem settings you can see an entry for Australia but no one for Austria in the field "Location". But if you select "Australia" as location you will make an astonishing discovery: the last five entries in the field "ISP" don't belong to Australia but to Austria: A1, 3, Orange, T-Mobile Austria and YESSS! are Austrian providers...

    Would it be very difficult to separate these 5 entries into a genuine "Austrian" location?
    :rolleyes:
    Ciao
    Gerald
     
  2. got_milk

    got_milk Regular Contributor

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    Asus appears to have screwed up a lot of those entries. Bell Mobility (a Canadian carrier) is listed under the United States, and the United States has an entry for Telecom Italia Mobile (which I assume is an Italian operator).
     

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