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Vonage First off, your setup should be like so: Internet -> RT31P2 -> WAP54G This

First off, your setup should be like so:
Internet -> RT31P2 -> WAP54G
This setup would guarantee that the Vonage Voip would always get enough bandwidth (using built-in QOS in the RT31).

To setup the WAP in your network do the following:
Jack into the WAP54G wirelessly, and assign it a fixed IP of (If Linky default range memory serves), and then turn off DHCP on the WAP. Then plug the WAP into one of the switch ports of the RT31.

Secondly, your problem shouldn't have anything to do with Vonage. Confirm this by using a land line plugged directly into the RT31, and see if the problem persists.

If your corded phone is OK, then you have a wireless problem. See if your 802.11g traffic has issues when your phone does. Try using Netstumbler and see if there are any other 802.11b/g devices nearby (neighbors). Either way try changing the channel on your phone and/or WAP and see if that reduces the interference.

The problem with the open spectrum area, that is 2.4GHz/802.11b/802.11g, is that, by FCC law, all devices have to play nice with each other. In real terms that means they have to be able to deal (read as cut back or retry) when any other devices are operating in the band.

2.5GHz, 5.8GHz, and even the old 900MHz cordless phones suffer from marketing. In efforts to compete, the manufacturers take 1/2 approaches like Moto has done with your phone. Even in some cases the "digital" for cordless phones meant that the channel and/or identification of the handset was digital, but the conversation was analog. Do some research, and Google is your friend.

Personally, I've used Unidens for the past 10 years. They are technically quite good, although they are usually behind on ergonomics and/or features (such as Panasonic's new talking Caller-ID). I do miss Uniden's spare battery charger in the base on my current cordless, which had the added benefit of utility even in a power outage. Uniden also make scanners, of which I have a couple. So if you want to be sure that I am not listening to your cordless conversations, get a real DSS cordless. :-D

As far as 900MHz vs. 2.5GHz or 5.8GHz for apartment buildings, it depends. Power being equal, RFwise a 900MHz signal should travel farther than 5.8GHz, but a 5.8 should be better able to penetrate walls. The placement of your cordless phone base station has the most influence. Put it in the center of your apartment building away from anything it would have difficulty penetrating (refridgerator, microwave, TV, etc). Higher the better, since most of our stuff is on the ground. Personally, I have my 5.8 cordless base in the exact center of the house, and my 802.11g WAP in the attic: I get signal for both throughout my house and at my neighbor's.

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What cordless phones work with wireless routers?

Hi peeps, I have Vonage with a Linksys RT31P2 Router, a Linksys WAP54G wireless
Oh, yeah - and if I'm completely wrong about the phone being the issue, and it turns
For dropping, see if the calls drop while the router is OFF, if the problem persists
If you are truely concerned about it.. get a wireless phone in a different range
I used to have similar problems where I'd be talking to someone, and then at some
Forgot to mention that I too use a cordless phone that's 5.8 from base to receiver
The only time it would interfear with your networking is if you had a wireless access
heh, thanks for that clarification anyway, my 2.4 cordless is less than 3
Frequency interference between cordless phones and wireless routers IN MOST

Blademan posted "First off, your setup should be like so: Internet -> RT31P2 -> WAP54G This" on 12/09/2004

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