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Vonage OK. I think we are making this more difficult than we need to. I presume the zoom



OK. I think we are making this more difficult than we need to. I presume the zoom adsl modem is supplied by your phone company, and is probably locked via their password and so I woud not mess with it. FYI, here is the manual http://www.zoom.com/documentation/adsl/5554_UsersManual_EngRevB.pdf

DSL typically is PPPoE. It requires a user name and password and the service may "lock" to a device via the MAC address. For routers and networks, one has to configure the router to sign on for you. Once the router has signed on, the rest of the network (via the router) works by DHCP.


DSL-> DSL Modem -> (PPPoE)->Router->(DHCP) -> Network

Your DSL proivider should have given you a sign on and password for your PPPoE account. You will need to access the Vonage device from your PC through the ethernet cable, signon and enter password. Under the setup, you will most likely see WAN and LAN. go the WAN settings (this is the dsl side of the equation). You will see DHCP settings and also settings for PPPoE .

Enable them (the PPPoE), key in your username and password, save. You may also need to put your MAC adress here.

Then go the the LAN setup . . .(this is the network side of the equation).

The LAN DHCP Server should already be enabled. The subnet or host IP address is probably already set to something like 192.168.15.1

There will be a start IP address, probably set to the next address (192.168.15.2) and an end IP address probably set to the end of the range like 192.168.15.254. If you have "static IP addresses on your network, you would keep this in a range that is not between the DHCP start and end adresses, hence the ability to customize.

For your purposes the above should work great. At this point you should be able to hook your compter to the Vonage device and have both internet and phone.

If successful, then you need to add the wiireless. I know very little aboutthe Airport . . .but it sounds like it is acting more as a access point and should simply pass the settings from the router to your MAC computer. It should grab an IP adress for itself, and allow your MAC computer to get it's own IP address. So your computer will need to be set up to automatically get an IP address via DHCP.

If I am wrong about your Airport and it is assigning IP adresses, then you will need to reserve a range of IP's in your Vonage device DHCP settings (explained above) that the Airport can use and also set the DHCP start and end on the Airport in that range to eleminate onflicts.

For instance:

Vonage device start-end range 192.168.15.2 - 102.168.15.100
Airport IP adress 192.168.15.101
Airport DHCP start-end range 192.168.15.102-192.168.15.254
Set host to the IP of the Vonage device and also set DNS to the IP of the Vonage device (in this case 192.168.15.1).



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I am new to this forum, so please forgive me if I am posting this in the wrong area.
What is the IP range your airport set to provide?
I believe it is in the default range - 10.0.1.2-10.0.1.200, but not absolutely
Could be your problem as the vonage device is probably in the 192.168.x.x. range.
ED56 - thanks. Yes, my Vonage device is in the 192.168.x.x range. So your solution
I looked at the manual for the airport express and was underwhelmed by the seeming
I believe it does have DHCP capabilities, but I am far from an expert in this area...
Interesting . . . If the Vonage adapter works via DHCP I would think the wireless
My plan of attack is to do a hard reset of the airport express and try to get it going
May be the simple solution. good Luck!

ed56 posted "OK. I think we are making this more difficult than we need to. I presume the zoom" on 02/07/2008

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