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Vonage Thanks Dave. Now I am really confused about just what Vonage's adapter is. I thought



Thanks Dave. Now I am really confused about just what Vonage's adapter is. I thought I could assume that it is something that plugs into either the Vonage router or my phone and then into one of my existing hard-wired phone outlets to distribute the signal throughout my house. Does anyone have a link to or a picture of the Vonage adapter. I received nothing with my Vonage installation package unless it is built into the router. But nothing is mentioned about an adapter in any of the installation information that I received.

As for Vonage thinking that I have ISDN, it really is weird. As I said, I simply have a POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) as I have always had in this house for 30 years. I was a telecommunications engineer for 30 years with AT&T / Bell Labs / Lucent Technologies so I think I would know if I had an ISDN line. LOL! But Vonage keeps insisting that I have ISDN and saying that they cannot start my service because of that (???). Not only do I have no idea where they got such an idea, but AT&T has no idea where they are getting that idea either. My line has never been ISDN and I have never been billed for an ISDN number. To make it more frustrating, Vonage won't allow service to start because of this strange idea that they somehow got. And, as you say, what would an ISDN line have to do with Vonage service anyway? It makes no sense There is no reason that I couldn't have both but I don't have ISDN anyway. Even worse, trying to convince Vonage that I don't and never had ISDN is an exercise in futility. It's like trying to talk to a robot! Even AT&T can't convince them! It's really weird. I'm almost expecting Rod Serling to step out of the shadows! LOL On the other hand, if Vonage can get this so screwed up, maybe that's a good sign that I shouldn't use their service anyway.



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Can I use my existing hard wiring to distribute signal?


I ordered Vonage but when I received it I realized that I could not use it with most
BTW, I have an old house and I can disconnect from the phone company in the basement
That's all you really need to do. Just be very sure that you have done it, and the
Thanks, Steve. I found more information about it after I made the post. There is
Woah, I think our terminology here might be confusing. When we or Vonage say adapter,
I re-read your post, Dave, and I am confused. From what I can find on this site, an
Here they are: http://www.vonage.com/products_compare.php House
O.K., that make sense. The "adapter" is the Router (I wish Vonage would just say
From Vonage.com, FAQ inside my dashboard: Home Wiring Step By Step Home

ZoneIII posted "Thanks Dave. Now I am really confused about just what Vonage's adapter is. I thought" on 02/01/2006

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