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Vonage Not slots but ports; just thought I'd correct you. Wireless Pre-N router



Not slots but ports; just thought I'd correct you.

Wireless Pre-N router doesn't have anything to do with sounds.

What router's supposed to provide is QoS . QoS stands for Quality of Service. It helps give priority to VoIP/gaming traffic, which takes priority over any other traffic like FTP, HTTP, file downloads, etc.

Choppy audio means that your router doesn't prioritize Voip traffic unless (notice the key word "unless") you properly setup your QoS settings in your router to give port 1 for your Voip phone adapter their first priority.

Plus, if you assign a DMZ for your Voip phone adapter, you bypass firewall for that Voip adapter. You just need to setup a satatic IP Address in range of 192.168.x.1 to 192.168.x.254 (where 192.168.x is a Network ID for your router and the range of 1-254 is a Host ID for your connected devices like computers, printers, network-attached storage devices, etc.) for your Voip phone adapter.

To put it in color for IP Address:
[color:red]192.168.0.[color:blue]1 is as follows:
[color:red]192.168.0. is [color:red]Network ID
[color:blue]1 is [color:blue]Host ID.

So if you have 54g and Pre-N router's IP address assigned to 192.168.1.x (assuming 192.168.0.1 is for 54g and 192.168.0.2 is for Pre-N router), you will experience DHCP conflicts. So you will need to configure your Pre-N router with an IP address of 192.168.1.1 as an example and leave 192.168.0.1 as an IP address for your 54g router.

This is a good solution if you have seventeen of 16-port routers where sixteen of 16-port routers are connected to a single 16-port router and each router will have an IP address as follows (assuming the private IP address is 10.x.x.x):

Main router: 10.0.0.1
Router 1: 10.0.1.1
Router 2: 10.0.2.1
Router 3: 10.0.3.1
Router 4: 10.0.4.1
...
Router 13: 10.0.13.1
Router 14: 10.0.14.1
Router 15: 10.0.15.1
Router 16: 10.0.16.1

Well I know this is for corperate and enterprise but I'm just giving you an ideal of how there can be DHCP conflicts if you don't configure your router properly.

Here's my question: Why do you have a Pre-N router if you have a Wireless 54g router? I will wait until the 802.11n gets standardized around 2008. I understand if you're an early adopter but if you're going to be buying devices with wireless-N support around 2008, either your Pre-N manufacturer will have to provide firmware or you will have to buy a new wireless-N router when 802.11n gets standardized.



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Belkin Pre-N -- How do I connect two routers in series?


I have read what I can find about the Belkin Pre-N MIMO network router, and gather
the Pre-N MIMO router should work on this setup...the vonage as well..but yes
:wink: yes right.!!! because firewalls can block the signals.
keep your setup the way it is cable modem -> 54g -> vonage disable the wireless
Thanks for the replies - I've waited until I felt I like I had a reasonable set of
Pre-N is also the same as Draft-N; thus, IEEE 802.11n standard has een delayed
Just a tip, you do not need to put the Vonage adapter (ATA) in a DMZ, nothing will
I tried up until this latest suggestion. Basically the problem is that the
If you connect things the way I said, you don't need the firewall on the Belkin because

GraysonPeddie posted "Not slots but ports; just thought I'd correct you. Wireless Pre-N router" on 12/02/2006

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