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Vonage You seem to have created a more complex network setup than I've ever dealt with,



You seem to have created a more complex network setup than I've ever dealt with, so I can't very well critique it without studying it for quite a bit longer.

But, I still think that it looks like you're jumping through a whole lot of hoops just to take advantage of the RT31P2's QoS. Hate to break it to you, but the general consensus on this forum is that the RT31P2's QoS is a piece of crap... nobody really knows what the rate you type in actually means, and the performance is unpredictable. Based on that knowledge, I wouldn't place much trust in the RT31P2's advanced routing capabilities either. It's a home broadband router, and I wouldn't expect much more from it.

As I said before, you've got a Linux server right there, and Linux can do pretty much anything if you work hard enough at it. I've never set up QoS on Linux before, so I can't claim to be an expert, but this is the approach I would try if faced with your problem:

DSL -> Linux Server -> Switch
Then plug your other computers and the RT31P2 into the switch.

The network setup from there seems simple enough; assign public IP addresses to all the stuff on your network, including the RT31P2 (Can you give the Linux server's eth0 and eth1 the same public address? I'm not sure.) The IP routing on the Linux server should be just a matter of setting up a couple routes.

Once you get this working, then begin to tackle the QoS. I think you'll have to set an upstream limit to slightly less than what your DSL connection is capable of, and then classify traffic coming from the RT31P2 as top priority so it can jump the queue. This looks like it might be a good place to start learning how:

http://www.knowplace.org/shaper/index.html

I'd be interested in knowing whether that works out.



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Linksys RT31P2 ARP table, several static IP addresses


I have ten static IP addresses assigned to me by Speakeasy.net, set up as bridged
I think that your best solution in this case would be to put the Linux box in the DMZ
I appreciate the attempt, and I'll be kind :) I do not think that would work.
I would try putting the Vonage device BEHIND your linux box, and then figure out
There are options for packet priority in the Linux kernel, and I worked with them
[font=Courier New]Okay, so much for my idea of having a different interface (preferably
paul248, I'm not sure what your background is in making these suggestions; as
I have had the same experience...the sad thing is Vonage does not consider phone

paul248 posted "You seem to have created a more complex network setup than I've ever dealt with," on 05/12/2005

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