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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2006 10:56 pm    Post subject: Lan setup for a VT1005 and a netgear wireless router. Reply with quote Back to top

To make it as short as possible.

Quality of voice calls have been a disaster of recent weeks. It seems I need to place my Mot. vt1005 in front of my netgear router.

The problem is that one of my computers I need for remote desktop and an ftp server. How do you setup the vt1005 correctly to handle these assignments?
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Good Question! I have had no sucsess accessing any settings pages on the VT1005. However, placing the VT1005 infront of the router shouldnt make much difference, as it is not a router, just a TA.

I have also been experiencing extremely degraded call quality on my terminal as well. I have my VT behind my router, but I am still experiencing poor call quality when I place it in front of my router as well...

Just wondering, who is your broadband provider?

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2006 11:37 pm    Post subject: Re: Lan setup for a VT1005 and a netgear wireless router. Reply with quote Back to top

falkjeff wrote:
To make it as short as possible.

Quality of voice calls have been a disaster of recent weeks. It seems I need to place my Mot. vt1005 in front of my netgear router.

The problem is that one of my computers I need for remote desktop and an ftp server. How do you setup the vt1005 correctly to handle these assignments?


I'm no expert on this, but you presumably already have your netgear set up to take care of this. Since the VT1005 has only one ethernet port, you'll be plugging the netgear WAN port into that. Won't the netgear continue to handle the rest of the assignments?

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2006 12:06 am    Post subject: The bumble bee... Reply with quote Back to top

You are exactly right Steve48, the VT only has ethernet in and ethernet out, it doesnt handle any functions other than as a TA...

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2006 8:05 am    Post subject: Lan setup for a VT1005 and a netgear wireless router. Reply with quote Back to top

j-card wrote:
Good Question! I have had no sucsess accessing any settings pages on the VT1005. However, placing the VT1005 infront of the router shouldnt make much difference, as it is not a router, just a TA.

I have also been experiencing extremely degraded call quality on my terminal as well. I have my VT behind my router, but I am still experiencing poor call quality when I place it in front of my router as well...

Just wondering, who is your broadband provider?


Placing the vt1005 makes all the difference. Ever since I did this I have had no complaints. My broadband provider is comcast. I do not have any problems with speed.

If you cannot even figure out how to access the vt1005 box than you have no knowledge of networking and should not be answering my question.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2006 11:32 am    Post subject: Well, thanks for that... Reply with quote Back to top

Umm... Placing does matter, because the v1005 is going to take priority if it is upstream from the router, but unless you are constantly doing massive transfers, it shouldnt make a difference to the end user experience.

In regards to the settings, unless you happen to be a Vonage tech, which I am assuming you arnt, and unless you have the passwords to access the terminal, then you cant, plus, theres nothing to really change in there!

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2006 4:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

The Mta does function as a router, if you were to plug in a switch into the PC port you could then connect a whole bunch of computers. Also it does port forwarding, DMZ, DHCP, etc....

Not saying that it does these things particularly well, but it does do them.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 02, 2006 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

ColdGin wrote:
The Mta does function as a router, if you were to plug in a switch into the PC port you could then connect a whole bunch of computers. Also it does port forwarding, DMZ, DHCP, etc....

Not saying that it does these things particularly well, but it does do them.


I know you can port forward from the vt1005. But if the router is behind the mta than you cannot port foward since the computers on the router are on a different lan ip.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2006 2:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Stop using the WAN port and DHCP server on the Netgear, and just use it as a switch (or an access point if it's wireless)

Alternatively, you could set the Netgear's WAN IP as the DMZ address on the Motorola. I seem to recall hearing reports that the Motorola's DMZ is b0rked though... maybe they've fixed it since then.

Then there's the third and most annoying option. If you want to forward port 123 to a LAN computer, then you forward 123 on the Motorola to 123 on the Netgear's WAN IP, then go to the Netgear and forward 123 to the specific LAN IP. Double-NAT means Double-forwarding.
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Stop using the WAN port and DHCP server on the Netgear, and just use it as a switch (or an access point if it's wireless)

Alternatively, you could set the Netgear's WAN IP as the DMZ address on the Motorola. I seem to recall hearing reports that the Motorola's DMZ is b0rked though... maybe they've fixed it since then.

Then there's the third and most annoying option. If you want to forward port 123 to a LAN computer, then you forward 123 on the Motorola to 123 on the Netgear's WAN IP, then go to the Netgear and forward 123 to the specific LAN IP. Double-NAT means Double-forwarding.



Thanks. It worked and using static ip for the ftp server computer will allow me to make sure that the port 21 will always foward to the right ip.
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