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Router+ Linksys SPA 2102 VOIP-Portforward

Q: Router+ Linksys SPA 2102 VOIP-Portforward

Ok, this is my problem guys, and i have searched everywhere and nothing is been solved.

I have an very old US Robitics 4 port router and a Linksys SPA 2102 VOIP adapter connected to the Router.

So what i am trying to do, that i could of done before is portforward. The thing that bugs me, is that i get 3 Different ip's from nowhere. !st ip shows when i go into command prompt, and shows my ip, then one shows on my router (probably my lan ip) and the VOIP shows my real ip. So my question is how do i portward through these 2 objects and get decent connection with Uttorent etc...

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A: Router+ Linksys SPA 2102 VOIP-Portforward

Hi

Your PC has an IP address, such as 192.168.1.5
Your router has an IP address, usually similar to your PC address such as 192.168.1.1
Your actual address is assigned by your ISP, this could be 212.112.234.45.

To port forward you tell the router to send port requests to the IP of your PC.

So to port forward for utorrent you find out which ports are needed (such as 6165)then in your router port forwarding section you tell it to forward requests for port 6165 (example remember) to the IP of the PC 192.168.1.5.

See

www.portforward.com for further help.

Regards

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I don't know if this is possible, but this is what I want to do:
Have the dsl modem router and linksys voip connected together.
I want the voip router to assign dhcp and the dsl modem router to
be used to get internet access but not assign dhcp (I think)

This is why I want it:

I have 8 wireless linksys cam's configured through the voip router.
Setting the cam's to the modem router didn't work well because of
AT&T's firewall cannot be disabled, only modified to open ports. It's frustrating as when I opened the ports for the cam's, a consistant "an unknown error has occured". So I opted to just set up the cams on the linksys router as the cams are also linksys as well. Thus, figuring they would communicate better anyway.

This is my problem:

When I connect the dsl modem router to the
WAN port on the linksys router, the dsl modem assigns it
a fixed LAN ip. What I want is the linksys router to pull a WAN ip so I can log into my cam's remotely from my laptop at home.
No matter what I do, disable dhcp on linksys router, set linksys router on the dsl modem router to DMZ, set linksys router to bridge mode.....
nothing seems to work.

All I want to do is configure the linksys router so that when I go to my internet explorer on my laptop and type in "99.xxx.xxx.xx:1024 to connect to the cam's. But when I go to linksys router config. pages to see the status, the internet ip is 192.168.1.64 which is a LAN address assi... Read more

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have a linksys rt31p2 voip router & it drops the internet connection at least once a week, if not more. am using a cable modem 2 connect 2 router, have contacted the voip provider, all they can suggest is 2 unplug everything & reboot, which i do & eventually have internet access on my pc & a phone again; but it's troublesome 2 have 2 do this. thought maybe it was a overheating issue since the bottom of the router is really hot, so turned it on it's side 2 get more airflow. didn't help. have reset router 2 factory defaults, didn't help. can't update firmware cuz it's locked by the voip provider & of course they don't think it needs an update anyway. sometime's there's an echo as well & have posted on linksys forums 4 some poss answers, but nothing. short of getting a new router which the voip co provided, & they don't seem willing 2 do that; what can i do other than switch back 2 a land line? thx in advance
 

A:linksys router & voip probs

I had a similar problem with a different type of router and it was definitely the firmware needing the upgrade!

Go to www.linksys.com site, find your tech help area and the female techies will solve everything for you.

They are 24 x 7, based in the Phillipines, free, and provide first class service.

They will ask you to take the router out of the loop and connect directly to the PC's jack input and then go through a pretty lengthy procedure to update the firmware.

Worth the effort!
 

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My work phone (VOIP) has an IP address for one network, but my ISP is on another network. I have a router but the VOIP phone doesn't seem to connect. My internet connection through the router is solid. How do I configure the router to allow the VOIP phone to access my work network through my home internet connection?

TIA.
 

A:Solved: VOIP phone + Linksys router

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I have a wireless broadband router (linksys WRT54G). I recently signed up for vonage, and got a VoIP router (linksys RT31P2), that doesn't have wireless.

Would it be better to plug in the cable modem to the VoIP router, then the
wireless router into the VoIP router:
Cable modem---VoIP router---Wireless router-----Computers
or to get an all-in-one VoIP/Wireless router like the WRTP54G:
Cable modem---VoIP/wireless router---Computers

Would there be advantages/disadvantages to either?

Thanks
 

A:Single VoIP/Router/Wireless combo or seperate VoIP and Wireless router

There would probably be less configuration hassles with the all-in-one solution. OTOH, you have a bit more flexibility with the two boxes, I currently have my Vonage adapter hooked to the LAN side of my router, caused too many glitches when it was between the modem and the router.
 

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Hi every one. The reason I'm here is because I'm exhausted every single thing I can do to fix this problem. I cannot for the life of me port forward, successfully peer to peer software called "Game Ranger". I've filled in the starting ports, ending ports, and server IP correctly. I have UPnP turned on, I've tried disabling NAT Filtering, disabling SPI Firewall, making my IP static, changing rules in firewall and changing to different routers. Furthermore, I have tried to see if the ports were working through "Portcheck" software and they weren't. I have no idea what is going and I've been going crazy trying to fix this for days. All I know is that Game Ranger says I'm behind a Symmetric NAT Router.

Any help is appreciated. If you need any more information just let me know.

My router model is a Netgear RangeMax, WNDR3300.

I'm running windows 7.

Antivirus is TrendMicro Titanium.
 

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Hi all, i've been trying to set up a server for me and my friends to play on. I've done the port forwarding process many times before, but i've recently switched over to a xfinity router. After this switch I can't seem to complete the process. I get to the router page by entering my default gateway, find the port forwarding page, but when I try to add a service, the page is completely blank. I've enclosed images of the process, and any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
 

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Do someone know how to Portforward D-Link DI524 router?
I don't know how to Port Forwarding Setting on Router and Port Forward these two: 3074 as TCP ; 29184 as UDP.

So can someone guide me? I need this because I was trying to play Modern Warfare 3 Multiplayer. Thanks.

A:Portforward D-Link DI524 router

This is the message I got when I entered your router in a portforwarding web site I use.






Quote:
The DI-524 will not allow you to forward enough ports, to run Call of Duty - Modern Warfare 3. You should try using the DMZ portion of this router if it is available. Alternatively, you can try switching the router to bridged mode. You will need to contact your ISP to switch to bridged mode, so they can make the required changes on their end.

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I just cant portforward any port. I try to follow my internet provider's instructions on their website but canyouseeme.org says that the connection times out whenever I check my port. Any help?
Router: ZXHN H267A V1.0
 

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Hi,
Normally some router default is opening of some ports like http, and ftp which may be made more secured , by portforwarding the ports to unused devices ip, in one"s pc. This is the solution given by leading av, and i do not know, how to know the ips of the unused devices on my computer.

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I presently have a Linksys WRT54G2 V1. I've been looking at the WRT160N to purchase & use as my main router. I'd like to wirelessly bridge the WRT160N to the WRT54G2 & have that as a repeater so that my signal is boosted, and my parents laptop wireless connection doesn't go all low & dragging when they're at the other end of the house. Is it possible & if so, can someone point me in the right direction as to procedure & configuration? Thank you.
 

A:Solved: Linksys Router Wireless Bridge to 2nd Linksys Router

I don't believe you will be able to do this "out of the box", look at third party firmware like dd-wrt. Never used it myself but I've read it works fine.

Or

It may be easier to run a cable to the second router and set them up with the same SSID and security.

Have them on different IP addresses and channels something like:

Router 1 192.168.1.1 channel 6

Router 2 192.168.1.2 channel 11

You won't get "true" roaming but when one signal is dropped the wireless unit will pick up the other automatically.... or one could simply manually change from one to the other depending where they are in the house and which signal is stronger.
 

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OK this is complicated so bear with me!

First time poster as well so please be gentle!

I have Telewest Cable Broadband working with a Linksys wireless G (wrt54g) router. It works a treat and i have the "improved" antennae from Linksys to boost the signal a bit as well.

I recently signed up with Vonage for a VoIP provider and the router they provide is wired (the Linksys rt41p2 router) and im trying to get this connected to my wireless network with a seperate Gateway or wireless hub. Im pretty sure this will work if i put the access point in infrasturcture mode (im thinking the linksys WAP54G access point) and conenct the VoIP router to the Access point (with DHCP disabled so its technically a switch) and then it can pick up the signal from the router over a wireless network.

The router seems to support this as it has a VoIP over wireless option in the setup of the latest BIOS flash.

What i need to know is if anyone here has a setup like this and any problems they have with this type of setup! Any help wopuld be much appreciated.
 

A:VoIP router connected with Wireless Gateway and Router HELP!

I'm thinking the VOIP should go first
then just set up as you would 1st one router 2nd one gateway.
 

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Hi all

I currently have Zyxel 660r 61c ethernet modem, linksys WRT54G and i have set my modem to bridge mode and all the isp username and password are setup in my router.
I would like to put my dlink behind my router but it didn't work as it doesn't support Stun Server

I have no choice to set up my network as below

(bridge mode)Modem ---->(wan) Dlink 1120S (ethernet)---> (internet)Linksys WRT54G (1)--->PC


But it is not working and i have no internet

Please help.
 

A:Zyxel 660r 61c ethernet modem, Dlink 1120S Voip gateway and linksys WRT54G

Modem to Dlink VoIP gateway (WAN)... Linksys WRT54G to Dlink VoIP gateway (LAN 1)... WRT54G wireless to PC
 

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Hi all

I currently have Zyxel 660r 61c ethernet modem, linksys WRT54G and i have set my modem to bridge mode and all the isp username and password are setup in my router.
I would like to put my dlink behind my router but it didn't work as it doesn't support Stun Server

I have no choice to set up my network as below

(bridge mode)Modem ---->(wan) Dlink 1120S (ethernet)---> (internet)Linksys WRT54G (1)--->PC
But it is not working and i have no internet

Please help.
 

A:Zyxel 660r 61c ethernet modem, Dlink 1120S Voip gateway and linksys WRT54G

A better choice (with the Linksys as secondary) is to configure the Linksys as an ethernet switch and wireless access point.

JohnWill's procedure for configuring a secondary router as a switch and, optionally, wireless access point follows.

Connecting two SOHO broadband routers together.

Configure the IP address of the secondary router to be in the same subnet as the primary router, but out of the range of the DHCP server in the primary router. For instance DHCP server addresses 192.168.0.2 through 192.168.0.100, I'd assign the secondary router 192.168.0.254 as it's IP address.

Disable the DHCP server in the secondary router.

Setup the wireless section just the way you would if it was the primary router.

Connect from the primary router's LAN port to one of the LAN ports on the secondary router. If there is no uplink port and neither of the routers have auto-sensing ports, use a cross-over cable. Leave the WAN port unconnected!
 

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I have tried everything. I recently moved out of the parents house and into my new house and upgraded to an N-Router from a G-Router. Now before my PC even starts up it crashes with the blue screen of death. I've isolated the problem to have something to do with the compatibility between my Linksys WRT160N Wireless-N router and my Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI adapter. When I take the computer back to my parents house it works and connects fine to the old network. If I unplug the antenna from the PCI adapter the PC works (no internet.) If I disconnect the power supply from N-Router the PC works fine (no internet.) But if I put the antenna back in or plug the N-router back in it immediately goes from being fine to the blue screen of death. Can anyone help?
 

A:Linksys N-Router/Linksys Wireless-G PCI Adapter incompatibility?

I should mention that I can use the internet fine with my laptop and iPod touch.
 

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I need some serious help. I have computer A hard wired to LInksys WRT54G router and computer B hard wired to Linksys WAP54G access point. Computer B uses Win 7 as its operating system. I cannot figure out for the life of me how to get the access point to find the network. Can anyone please advise? Thanks.
 

A:Connect Linksys Access Point to Linksys Router

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I am trying to setup my new Dlink wbr-2310 router and can't get it to access Internet if connected to my Lynksys Voip (spa2102).

Connected to the modem, it works just fine.

I believe it is a well known problem and I hope someone here can give me a link to a simple step-by-step solution (I searched a lot, but my poor understanding of computers makes finding answers a hard task).

Thank you all!
 

A:new router through Voip

I suggest the easy way. Since the Linksys SPA2102 is already a router, try this configuration.

Connecting two SOHO broadband routers together.

Configure the IP address of the secondary router to be in the same subnet as the primary router, but out of the range of the DHCP server in the primary router. For instance DHCP server addresses 192.168.0.2 through 192.168.0.100, I'd assign the secondary router 192.168.0.254 as it's IP address.

Disable the DHCP server in the secondary router.

Setup the wireless section just the way you would if it was the primary router.

Connect from the primary router's LAN port to one of the LAN ports on the secondary router. If there is no uplink port and neither of the routers have auto-sensing ports, use a cross-over cable. Leave the WAN port unconnected!
 

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I'm currently using DTA 310 VOIP adaptors for internet phone calls. We have 12 PC's and 4 routers in service. Sometimes we have problems with the VOIP adaptors connecting properly through the maze of routers. The routers range in age, and may not be the best for VOIP, so I'd like to replace a few of them with newer routers that will allow QOS and good VOIP performance.

My question is, what's a good inexpensive router model that can match what I'm looking for?
 

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Hi,
I have a dell xps420/vista. I took my old computer a dell/windows 98 down to my basement to use in my workshop. I wld like to hook it up wireless. I bought a Linksys RangePlus Wireless Router which I successful connected. (with help fm Linksys-they had me type in 192.168.1.1)

I also bought the Linksys Range Plus Network usb Adapter. I ran the cd on my new computer and got lost when it stated to input my ssid and webkey. I now stopped and have no clue.

Can anyone help?
Also-this may be a stupid question...but does that little brown usb thing go to my old computer? I also don't want to hook it all up unsecure. I am getting confused. I'm no computer wizard. Just an old broad still thinkin' she can do pull through this nonense.

shorelady
 

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I'm trying to fix a network with two routers... In an office situation... Originally had a DSL modem to a Netgear router.. from Netgear router to 1pc, and back to a D-link voip router box, from d-link to pc and phone. This setup worked great for 8+ months... Now have a Linkysis voip router replacing the Netgear mentioned above.._ Now the D-link phone signal works.. but it will not transfer (route) internet to 2nd pc. I have read from other posts that I will need to change d-link to Non-DCHP? I never had to do this before?

Is it impossible to have two voip routers in the same network? The phone signal works to the second Router (d-link). Is there a setting I need to change in the D-link?
 

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I want to start using voip Nettalk Duo. My question is I have a Westell DSL modem.On the back it has 3 ports DSL, Ethernet and USB. Should I get another modem that has more ports because how can I hook up my voip with the modem I have? Thanks
 

A:DSL Modem Router Voip

by voip i assume you mean a Phone that uses the internet? as VOIP is just a protocol.
If i am correct in thinking your getting a phone then depending on what you are getting you will be able to connect it over a wireless connection (if you have one) or via a LAN port on the back of your modem.
If your LAN port is already in use then you could by a switch that basically will give you 4 extra ports.

http://www.google.co.uk/products/ca...eQHpXK2wTUrqiYDQ&sa=title&ved=0CCgQ8wIwBTgA#p

hope this helps!

Spud
 

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Hi everyone,

I recently changed to a VOIP, and this afternoon was having problems with the audio on the other line fading in and out. I emailed customer support and they sent me this diagnosing the problem:

We recommend that you upgrade your Belkin F5D6321-4 to the latest firmware.
2. Pick up the phone and dial ****110# to determine the IP address of the SPA
3. In the router configuration menu:
1) Click on Firewall
2) Click on Virtual Servers
3) On the first line:
- Check the "Enable" box
- Application: VoicePulse
- External Ports: 5060-5061
- Type: UDP
- Private IP Address: Enter the IP address from Step 2
- Internal Ports: 5060-5061

I determined my IP address, but cannot for the life of me locate my router configuration menu. I even went into Windows Firewall, but saw no virtual server menu. Can anyone give me feedback on what I'm doing wrong? Any and all advice is greatly appreciated-
Thanks
 

A:Router/VOIP Problem

You didn't tell us what VoIP supplier you use, or what VoIP adapter you use. For the best service with your VoIP, you put their box in front of the router and use the DMZ function of the VoIP adapter to route traffic to the WAN port of your router. If you connect the VoIP box onto a LAN port of the router, it has to contend with the other users for bandwidth, and you'll sometimes have voice quality issues.

Oh, you access the router configuration screens using IE. If you open a command prompt and type IPCONFIG, you'll see the Default Gateway IP address in the display. Use that in the Address bar of IE with nothing else, and you'll connect to the router configuration screens.
 

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DCC send issues with Linksys wireless + VOIP router.

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hi i am having problems with routers
I have a smart iad voip router and a linksys wrtg54
i use windows xp
i can't seem to be able to dcc send i can receive just unable to send
the way i have it set up is
i have the cable modem going to the wan port on the Voip router
i have the voip lan port connected to the linksys internet port and i have my pc's connected to the linksys
i have opened the ports into my linksys router ( port 113 ) and then the dcc ports
i can not send files i can recieve and i'm having the same problem on icq file sharing
i'm baffled lol
hope someone out there as a good help file ( step by step ) that i can use to help me with this problem

thank you in advance
Claire
 

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I use VoIP to work from home.
Our internet package is more than enough to support VoIP... our router is another story. My call quality is terrible. I have done everything (that I'm capable of doing without messing up the router or computer) I can find for troubleshooting. Nothing helps. The only time it is decent is when I'm the only one using the internet. The router has 15 devices connected. 3 Ethernet connections and the others are WiFi.
There are three people here who work from home so being the only one online is not an option.
we have an Arris panoramic tg1682 router, iv logged onto the router settings, from what i see there are no QOS options. Our internet provider says that since I use Ethernet that priority comes to me and the two other connections. On my router settings WMM is enabled. Keep in mind that two others use Ethernet. One streams video games for job, the other does file sharing all day long for a company in a diff state. The other devices are all iphones ipads and kindles connected by WiFi.

My question is this: How do I optimize my router settings for my VoIP. All the options online state QOS or this WMM. I don't see a Qos option. I do see a WMM but isn't that just for WiFi connections? again I use the Ethernet to connect to internet. The WMM is enabled. My next question is will that confuse the router if its set to give priority to the devices connected through WiFi?


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Hi,

I'm trying to disable access for a voip phone which is connected through my router at home. I'm currently using a TP-LINK Wireless Router WR340G. The phone is a Samsung SMT-W6100.

My basic understanding is that I should block the port which the phone is using - but i'm not sure if:

i) it is the port I should be trying to disable
ii) how I can do this on my router and
iii) how to find out which port the phone is using.

Would any of you be able to guide me through this? I'm quite a beginner when it comes to router settings/networking so any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks in advance for your time.
 

A:Blocking voip phone from router?

Unplug the VoIP phone, it's blocked 100%!

You can restrict the MAC address of the VoIP phone in the router's configuration, that will also prohibit connections.
 

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Hi and thanks for looking! I am trying to devise a solution for a new VOIP & Bloomberg installation at my small office, and am looking for suggestions of what networking hardware is best to buy. Any suggestions as far as setup are greatly appreciated too.

My contemplated setup/requirements below:

- Dual WAN with load balancing for reliability & to help ensure VOIP quality (Comcast cable & Embarq DSL)
- VPN capable (min. 4 connections, to installed RV042's)
- good QoS (to prioritize VOIP)
- VLAN? (to segregate VOIP)
- PoE (for IP phones) would be nice
- good integrated firewall

6 connections to the router (thinking RV082): server, Bloomberg terminal, VOIP PBX, WAP, workgroup multifunction Xerox, & PoE switch (thinking SRW2008MP).

7 IP phones would connect to PoE switch (thinking SRW2008MP)

Again, any thoughts, suggestions, different setups to provide better performance, reliability, security & value greatly appreciated!

P.S. using Belkin N1 as current router/firewall/WAP, would just connect as WAP unless suggested better solution out there - this all is quite a move up for us! The VPN connections are for client nursing home facilities in Oklahoma and Indiana. I am strongly leaning towards a TalkSwitch 248vs unless anyone here suggests otherwise, possibly Asterisk?
 

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I ahve a Dell Dimension 8400 desktop and I recently installed VOIP (Vonage) and I have my DSL Broadband (AT & T) connected to these two hardware items. I have a Laptop (Dell) and a Netgear Router that I need to get to receive Internet signal. I do not know how to connect (i.e. What cable goes to what port on which piece of equipment?)

Can you help me ?
 

A:VOIP to DeskTop to Router Connection

I think we first need to know what equipment you have. Brand and model of modem? Brand and model of VOIP router? Model of Netgear router?
 

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Hi and thanks for looking! I am trying to devise a solution for a new VOIP & Bloomberg installation at my small office, and am looking for suggestions of what networking hardware is best to buy. Any suggestions as far as setup are greatly appreciated too.

My contemplated setup/requirements below:

- Dual WAN with load balancing for reliability & to help ensure VOIP quality (Comcast cable & Embarq DSL)
- VPN capable (min. 4 connections, to installed RV042's)
- good QoS (to prioritize VOIP)
- VLAN? (to segregate VOIP)
- PoE (for IP phones) would be nice
- good integrated firewall

6 connections to the router (thinking RV082): server, Bloomberg terminal, VOIP PBX, WAP, workgroup multifunction Xerox, & PoE switch (thinking SRW2008MP).

7 IP phones would connect to PoE switch (thinking SRW2008MP)

Again, any thoughts, suggestions, different setups to provide better performance, reliability, security & value greatly appreciated!

P.S. using Belkin N1 as current router/firewall/WAP, would just connect as WAP unless suggested better solution out there - this all is quite a move up for us! The VPN connections are for client nursing home facilities in Oklahoma and Indiana. I am strongly leaning towards a TalkSwitch 248vs unless anyone here suggests otherwise, possibly Asterisk?
 

A:Best router, PoE switch for VOIP, Bloomberg?

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I have a Sipura Spa-2100 voip device. My modem is also a router and i am trying to connect through it. My modem/router is a Trust md-4100. My VOIP provider is Broadvoice. My ISP is Alice ADSL in Italy. Currently I cannot access the spa-2100 admin controls but have to go through the broadvoice website www.broadvoice.com. When i connect everything up as they instruct on the website I do not get a working phone line. I have problems connecting to the internet when connected through the sipura device and only occasionally get a dialtone of which i cannot call. I have followe all instructoins provided on the broadvoice website to the best of my abilities and i am not getting very good support from them. Can I connect my device through a modem/router or and if so what can i do to fix the problem?
 

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Hello all,

I had an Inspiron 9100 for 4 years with which I was able to download torrent files and using my Sprint Airave at the same time (basically VOIP). This was all using an equally old Linksys wireless router.

Now, new Dell 1530, same Sprint Airave and same old router, plus new cell phone. When I'm downloading a torrent file, my calls are very choppy.

The question: Would a newer router boost the capacity to do all these things at the same time?

Thank you!
 

A:Voip and Bittorrent at same time - old router the problem?

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Hi, i was wondering a good long term backup (3+ hours) for my router and voip cable modem, i was wondering if i could just use a UPS or if there was something else i could use


thanks
 

A:Backup for voip\cable modem and router

UPS is usually good for ~1hr. Getting to 3hrs? Why so long?
 

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My laptop is the only computer I have and I would like to set it up in the following manner if possible.

I currrently use the ATT wireless Mercury 885 air card but I will be changing to Verizon high speed FIOS shortly. I would like to use a WRT310n router with the laptop and add a VOIP modem from a company that will provide me with 2 new phone numbers. I do have the 802.11 abgn installed on the laptop. Will this configuration work ??????

Thanks
 

A:Solved: Laptop with Router and VOIP Modem

When you get FiOS, they supply the router, and if you're using their TV service, you'll need to use their router. The TV Guide and On-Demand use the router, so you can't really lose it.

I have all of the above here, and what I did was as follows.

Connect the VoIP box to the Verizon supplied Actiontec MI424WR LAN port.
Connect my ZyXEL 802.11n router to one of the LAN ports, configure it for fixed WAN addressing, and put it in the DMZ of the MI424WR router. This allows you to do all the configuration stuff using the secondary router like port forwarding, etc.

This works for me, hopefully it'll work for you as well.
 

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Cisco squashes VoIP, router bugsBy Joris EversPublished: January 18, 2006, 3:01 PM PST Flaws in Cisco Systems software for routers and IP telephony could be a conduit for attacks on enterprise networks, the company has warned...On Wednesday, it released two security alerts along with fixes for Cisco CallManager...Two flaws exist in the software: One could allow an attacker to paralyze a Cisco IP telephony installation, the other could allow someone with read-only access to the system to gain full privileges...news.com

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Hello,

Currently I have a setup as follows:

Modem -> VoIP Gateway -> Router and Phone

I play online games and the gateway severely diminishes the amount of games I can join. So to have the connection bypass the gateway can I set it up like this:

Modem -> Router -> VoIP Gateway -> Phone

Router: Linksys WRT54GS
VoIP Gateway: DVG-1120M

Thank you,

Matt.
 

A:Router / VoIP Gateway Setup Question

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Hello,

A while back i got myself a laptop with a router, and i wasn't able to successfully setup the router to work with the gateway, and i saw people were using my wireless network so i got fed up and decided to try to secure it once again, now the problem is the Voip gateway is always the default, i cannot make my D-link router become the default gateway, the voip gateway is always default for some reason, therefore i cannot access the router setup page. Right now i have an unsecured network, i have a lan cable going from my desktop to port # 1 on my D-link wireless router, and i have a lan cable going from the voip gateway into port # 2 on the wireless router, that's the only way i can get both the laptop and desktop to connect to the internet. Can anyone help me out??? The Gateway is a DVG-1120M, and the wireless router is a DIR-625

Thanks in advance.
 

A:Setting up D-link wireless N router with Voip Gateway...

Nevermind, i fixed the problem, thanks for the help though...
 

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Hi,

I recently got a new router and need a diagram or picture to connect it to the following: VOIP phone adapter, modem, computer. Or however I connect all of this stuff to get the router to work without losing Internet (high speed cable) or phone usage.

Thanks.

d
 

A:New router, voip phone adapter, modem connection

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Hello,

Short story even shorter, there was a semi-power outage this morning (lights were very dim but power wasn't totally off), and when the power came back on my router stopped working. Here's what I know:

-The WLAN LED is no longer lit so there's no wireless. That orange CiscoSystems button is no longer glowing orange either if that means much.

-For some odd reason a wired connection through any of the ethernet ports on the router no longer works either, though the LED's still light up when connected, along with the internet LED.

-The modem works fine, I'm connected to the internet directly from the modem right now.

-I've tried to reset the router, but it doesn't seem to do anything.

-I've tried to access the router config settings, and the page doesn't load.

-I've tried to look up the routers ip address through the command prompt but when I enter the command "ipconfig" when I'm wired through the router I always get the response something along the lines of "media disconnected". When I try the command when connected directly to the modem the default gateway ip address comes up as '68.43.36.1'. This doesn't work either.
I've been searching the web for solutions for hours and I can't find one. This is actually the first time I've ever had to post a thread asking for help and I've experienced a slew of computer problems over the years, lol.

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A:Solved: Linksys WRT54G router WLAN light off - no internet access via router AT ALL.

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Hello,

I have an 8 port "wired" router from Linksys that I have been using in conjunction to a wireless access point which had been plugged into one of the open ports on the wired router. Lately I have been having connection issues with the WAP so I decided it may be time to upgrade. Not thinking about it, I picked up a new Linksys E1000 wiress router (as opposed to a WAP) and, after a lengthy support call with Linksys, got that up and running.

So I have operability for both wired and wireless devices, however I have noticed a substantial slow down on my wired devices. I also just upped the plan with my ISP to increase my bandwidth which I see on the wired PCs but not on the wireless which seem less. Would a WAP be faster than a wireless router by nature?

Any ideas? Thanks in advance
 

A:Slow wireless after connecting Linkys wirless router to Linksys wired router

Have you made sure you have the latest firmware for the wireless router? If you updated the firmware be sure to reset it to factory default settings and reconfigure it.

What speeds do you get with a test such as speedtest.net with a connection to the wired router? With an ethernet connection to the wireless router? With a wireless connection?
 

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Just switched over to AT&T DSL from Road Runner Cable Modem.

While I had the cable modem, I used a Linksys WRT54G wireless router that had my PC and laptops connected to it.

Since I switched to AT&T DSL, I have been using AT&T's all-in-one device, the Westell DSL modem/wireless router/firewall.

I've noticed that uPnP doesn't work as well on the Westell as it did on the Linksys. I also had to change some settings to get my VPN to connect to my company's network.

Which is better? Should I put the Westell in bridged mode, and reconnect my Linksys? Or keep it the way I have it running it though the all-in-one device?

Thanks in advance.
 

A:Westell DSL modem/router/firewall VS. Linksys WRT54G Wireless Router

I'd put the Westell in bridged mode, which will then emulate your old configuration, which apparently worked properly.
 

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Hi al u guys

i have a simple question reguarding the range of any cheap $50 to $150 max wireless router when place outdoor... actualy i am thinking of making my own network of friends living in a single street of about 100 meters apart from my house at max... for multiplayer gaming and file sharing etc etc... as my house is in the center and its quite high amoung other houses i decided to place router outside on my roof at height... may be inline of sight of other house(provided i will take care of climate conditions) ..... and as for clients i dont want any instrument installed at client except wlans... at max i will make an extention for clients to place there antenas outdoors

now tell me wether this is practically possible or not under very limited budget.

tell me if i am unclear about some thing....

thanks in advance
 

A:Outdoor range of Wireless Router eg. (Linksys router wt54..) or anyother with 108

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So I have AT&T DSL. I bought a Netgear N300 ADSL2+ Modem/WiFi Router that is compatible with my service.

Previously with this Modem/Router it would constantly drop the wireless connection for the Wii I have that was used to stream Netflix.

So recently I bought a Linksys E2500 Router so I could be able to use the Wii, along with 3 other desktops, 1 laptop, and 3 phones.

My ideal setup would be this:
Set the ADSL2+ Modem/Router to be just a modem (I know how to set the option for this)​Connect the Linksys Router to be what all the devices connect to wirelessly (this would serve as the DHCP server) ​
I have read that one of the Routers has to be set to "BRIDGED" mode, yet I don't know which device has to be Bridged

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A:Solved: Netgear N300 ADSL2+ Router/Modem and Linksys E2500 Router Setup

Set the ADSL2+ Modem/Router to be just a modem (I know how to set the option for this)Click to expand...

this is being set into bridge mode - by changing to a modem

then connect the modem to the WAN on the router and you should be good to go

Do you have a wireless laptop that you can you can put next to the wii - would be useful to see the quality of the wireless signal and how many other wireless are there which may cause interference

put xirrus onto the laptop and put the laptop next to the wii and post a xirrus screen shot
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Run Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector
Download and install
If you cannot access the internet with this PC, then you will need to copy the program across to the faulty PC
Save the file to a USB flash drive or other removable media. Plug it into the working computer with internet access and copy the file and install the program.
You will now need to take a screen shot and copy that back to the working PC and attach the screen shot in a reply on the forum here.

http://www.xirrus.com/Products/Wi-Fi-Inspector.aspx
Direct link to the program is here http://info.xirrus.com/Wi-FiInspectorConfirmation.html

{If the above link does not work heres another link http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/file_download/fid,77196-order,4/download.html}

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so to sum up the current network layout...

socket
^
modem
^
technicolor tg582n Pro (useing wireless too)
^
1 computer + 2 VOIP phones

all ports are currently taken up and I need to connect 2 more computers and potentially another phone...

so it sounded like I need to buy a switch to connect to the Router, however, I have no idea how this works with VOIP phones and the technicolor router we had to get to use them at a good quality.

we need the wireless feature too of course.

so my simple question is - Can I connect a switch to my technicolor tg582n pro to then connect the 3 computers without effecting the VOIP quality? and what switch do you advice?

otherwise... I'm not sure what to do :/
 

A:Need additional ports on router while keeping VOIP phones working.

Is this an enterprise environment and/or budget we are dealing with here?

You will need to purchase a switch that supports QoS in order to guarantee that any VoIP services will not be degraded.
 

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I just want to know how to bridge my comtrend 5071t dsl router with my linksys wrt160n wireless router
 

A:Solved: How do I bridge my comtrend dsl router with my wireless linksys router

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I recently got qwest DSL and I configured my Wireless to work and accept my wireless MAC Address, but when I plug it into the WAN slot in the Linksys router it doesn't work. I went to linksys site and did their configuration which is changing the router LAN IP to 192.168.0.1, then power cycling, but this doesn't help. I cannot access the internet still. Both the modem/router and the router are operating DHCP, but if I disable the modem/router, I cannot access the wireless function, and if I disable the DHCP on my Linksys router, I cannot obtain an IP from the modem router via the linksys router.

This is frustrating lol.

Any help appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 

A:Qwest DSL (Router/Modem/Wireless) not connecting to my Linksys Router (VPN)

I just got a Zonet Broadband Switch Router (product model ZSR0104C).
I have Qwest DSL.

I followed the instructions.
I can ping the router but nothing else.
Can't access internet.
Scoured Zonet site/forums.
No driver updates.
No errata on installation or any pertinent info.

Looked up Qwest specifications for Router set up... nothing helpful there.

Irritated.

Ideas?
 

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Hi,
I own a business that offers free Wi-Fi to customers. Originally I had the blue linksys wireless G router hooked up to the booster on the roof. At another location, I just got a Netgear wireless N router, and that worked way better than the linksys. So I got another Netgear router, and installed it in the first location- but I'd like to hook it up to the booster. The guy at Fry's said that the Netgear router will not hookup to the booster- I'd have to hook the Netgear to the linksys, disable something on the linksys, and then the linksys to the booster.
So, my question is, how do I do that?

Thank you very much!
 

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XP wired connection to a just installed Linksys Wireless WRT54GS. As witnessed by this plea, the wired connection works. Try to add a wireless device and the Linksys EasyLink Advisor (LELA) tells me I need to establish a wired connection to the router. It can't find the router. God this makes me mad. My first attempt at a wireless setup at home and here we are. Anyway, how can I make this work? Just bought a Dell laptop that has wireless capability but this dumb thing won't let me set it up. What's the solution? E-Mail and web work fine through the wired connection. Thanks.
John
 

A:Solved: Can't Find Wired Router (Linksys Router)

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