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You can recollect
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Great tips..
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The devices are
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Sammy00 Posted:
Has anyone setup a
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We are renting a
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We recently
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Polycom VVX 300
phones from
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Vonage Hi I've been there...done that...on exactly what you're talking about. We

I've been there...done that...on exactly what you're talking about. We have Vonage phone service in Riga, Latvia in Eastern Europe running on a very weak ISP with cable type broadband using an RTP31. It works. But I have several pieces of advice for you.
Expect that you will not be utilizing a modem in Europe. It may be different in your situation, but what I found was that the ISP owns a supermodem that is in their equipment. What they do is throw an ethernet cable in your apartment which has an RJ45 type connector on the end for you to plug into your Vonage adapter.
Do not attempt to convert 220V to 110V and then plug in your Vonage adapter to the 110. It doesn't work very least it didn't for me..It seems that converting 220 to 110 to 12V DC is too much converting. But you can go to something like a Radio Shack and they will sell you a 220V to 12 V adapter with a multitude of ends that will fit in your Vonage box and then it will work just as well as if you were using 110V and the stock power supply.
I recommend setting the bandwidth on the lowest quality setting (Normal) in the Bandwidth Saver. Also talk to Vonage and tell them it will be in Europe and they can set the packet size to the smallest setting. This theoretically hurts your sound quality...i.e. it would in USA where you would have great sound most of the time. But it actually improves it for the long trip from Europe because the lost packets are less important when they are smaller.
Teach the in-laws to re-boot by unplugging and re-plugging the power cord anytime they don't have service.
Also, on routers...don't get the new Linksys with wireless built-in. If you read the postings on here, you can see that people who know a lot about this stuff and have California grade internet can't get it to won't be able to in Europe either. Use the simplest Vonage box you can get. If you had an old Motorola on an account and could move it, that would be the best. But I suppose the new RTP300 is your best bet.
Also, there is a good chance that they will give you a static IP address in Europe, and you will need a laptop to put it in the Vonage box. If you don't have one, then the ISP may help you with that.
I'm not an expert but honestly offering my advice, and if anyone disagrees with me, then they may know more about it than me. But we talk Vonage to Vonage anytime we want between Latvia and USA, so we're doing it.
Best regards
Glennville, Georgia

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Hi! My wife's family lives in Europe and I was thinking of getting cable internet
Yes No I hope this helps. :)
Thanks Dan for the quick response! Is there a particular adapter that is more stable
I thought with the linksys RT31P2 you can do remote administration. Maybe
Sure, you can remotely manage the RT31P2, and surely the RTP300. You can remotely
hi there, its a good idea to put a 24 hour / 48 timer into the powersocket. This
Thanks to all of you! That's a great idea about the timer. I was looking at the PAP2
it is small and simple, but if they ever get a computer they wouldn't be able to have
I'll be there for about a month so should be able to do whatever setup is neccessary

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