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Vonage Thank you, thank you, thank you koernerm for the information on putting my Linksys

Thank you, thank you, thank you koernerm for the information on putting my Linksys RT31P2 outside the FiOS Actiontec router and cloning the MAC address of the Actiontec into the Linksys. It cured all my Voip problems instantly after all the instructions on port forwarding failed. I use, but my symptoms were the same as the others here.

For the less technically inclined, here are some directions assuming your PC is set up as Verizon left it; your phone adapter is connected between your PC and the Actiontec router (downstream of the Actiontec):

1. First, if you don't know what URL numbers to put in the address of your browser to access your phone adapter, Google it. You will need it later. Then, without changing any cables yet, open a browser window and enter Log into the Actiontec router. If you still have the default login and/or password, type "admin" in the username field and "password" in the password field (without the quotes). It is a good idea to enter your own password. You will find access to this on the "Main" page under My Router. When you are finished, login again. Write down your password.

2. Click on the System Monitoring icon.

3. Look beside "Broadband MAC Address." Write down the MAC address you see there. This is the Actiontec's MAC address. The colons are just to help you read it more easily and can be omitted or replaced with spaces. The letters are not case sensitive.

4. Click the Logout tab at the left.

5. Remove from the Actiontec router the ethernet cable going to your PC. Insert that connector into one of the LAN ports in the back of your Phone Adapter, in my case a Linksys RT31P2.

6. Reboot your PC. Open a browser window and type in (for my Linksys RT31P2 phone adapter), or whatever the address is to access your phone adapter. Login with admin and admin, default username and password.

7. Click the Setup tab found near the top. Just under the Setup tab click on MAC Address Clone.

8. Change the Disable setting to Enable.

9. Enter into the now-available field, the Actiontec's MAC address that you wrote down in Step 3.

10. Click Save Settings. Close browser. Shut down PC.

11. Unplug from electricity both the Actiontec and Linksys boxes. Unplug from the Linksys phone adapter's LAN port the ethernet cable running to your PC. Plug it into an open LAN port on the Actiontec.

12. Unplug the incoming ethernet connector (this is in a wall plate in my house). Connect it to one of the LAN ports on your Linksys phone adapter. Leave the other end in the WAN port of your Actiontec router.

13. Remove from the Actiontec LAN port, the connector of the cable that runs to your Linksys phone adapter's WAN port. Plug it into the wall. Leave the other end in the phone adapter's WAN port. Now you should have Internet > phone adapter WAN, and phone adapter LAN > Actiontec WAN.

14. Plug into electricity only your Linksys phone adapter and wait about a minute for it to finish booting. Then plug in the Actiontec. Wait again. Now turn on your PC.

15. Test your Voip line to confirm it works, both incoming and outgoing. Check for Internet access from your PC.

16. Jump up and down.

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Can''t receive calls - Verizon FIOS Actiontec MI424WR

I had been using my Vonage account with almost no issues for over a year connecting
When you have Comcast did you connect your PC to your Vonage router? If so did you
You are correct. When I had Comcast, my PC was connected to the Vonage Linksys router.
Sorry it was a rough weekend and I did not get a chance to log into the forum. I will
This is normally indicative of a firewall issue, however a standard Vonage installation
Thanks for the info. I will try these tonight and report back! G.
I just wanted to know how you made your actiontec work along with vonage, my friend
I set up the port forwarding settings and it started to work. For the most part,
I have a Linksys RT31P2, connected behind my Verizon FIOS Actiontec (MI424WR)
I too switched from Comcast to Verizon FIOS and after a little tinkering got the

TuneGuy posted "Thank you, thank you, thank you koernerm for the information on putting my Linksys" on 12/18/2006

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