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PostPosted: Sun Jun 25, 2006 8:17 am    Post subject: DHCP Reply with quote Back to top

Howie, et al


So here in France the F1000 should be always set
with "DHCP enabled"?

Do I need to "save the AP's" that it finds, to make the phone connect?


And yes the home charger that came with it works fine
with the local 220 volts here.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 25, 2006 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Any time you are anywhere that you don't know, you should have DHCP enabled. This will giv eyou a local IP address from the router your are trying to connect to. If you have your own IP in the phone, the phone will link to a router and "be happy", but the router and the Vonage network will have no clue where to send the packets back to the phone.

DHCP will normally give you an address where you can be found, as well as a gateway where you can get out to the internet.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 25, 2006 8:54 am    Post subject: F1000 Vonage handheld Reply with quote Back to top

Howie,


Do you have the F1000? My friend took his to Italy
and it worked well, unlike my F1000 here in Paris.

I will go by an internet cafe tomorrow that has wee-fee (as they call it here!) and give it another try.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 25, 2006 11:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Yes - I have an F1000 (Vonage soft phone - not main account) as well as F3000. They work in many places in the world - France included. The trick is to learn which access points let you through and which don't. In all cases, you need to use DHCP so that the phone configures iself for the environment.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 25, 2006 2:00 pm    Post subject: F3000 Reply with quote Back to top

Is the F3000 the flip phone version of the 1000?

I saw it on the UTStarcom site but did not think it was
out yet.


Is it an official Vonage product now? What does it offer
above the 1000?
Would you recomend it? Cost?


By the way, I engaged the DHCP and I am online now!

Thanks for the help.
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 25, 2006 3:18 pm    Post subject: Re: Travelling Vonage - power supply 110V 60Hz and 220V 50Hz Reply with quote Back to top

AndyO wrote:
Vonage clearly markets travellability. But Vonage tells me (contrary to the FAQ info on its website!) that *none* of its adapter power supplies are compatible with both 110V 60Hz (North America) *and* 220V 50Hz (UK, South Africa).


You are correct, this is a problem for travel use. However, I found a source for 100-250V/50-60Hz power supplies that solve it for me.

Check out: http://trcelectronics.com/power-supply-external.shtml

On a different track... can anyone interpret some Japanese cable ISP instructions? I'll post additional details in a separate post.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 25, 2006 3:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Good news that you got the phone going. As you can tell, it is a bit more complicated than roaming with a cell phone - but it does not cost the $2 per minute that T-Mobile or Cingular would charge you for "International Roaming".

The F3000 is out but it is not an "official" Vonage product - it only works with a soft phone account, not as a primary device. Compared to the F3000, it is a flip, has a color display, nicer ringer, and a few other things. As a "phone", it is pretty much the same as the F1000.

The F3000 costs $195 at voipsupply.com - unlocked. The F1000 in the same place is $155. Both are more than what Vonage would charge, but there is no commitment to an account anywhere (pay them now, or pay them later - nothing is free).
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 4:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

While a bit off topic - I signed up for Vonage for the traveling ability and have been using my F1000 all over Europe over the last few months - including Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, and Austria. So far it's worked in most of the main cities (France, Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt) and surprisingly even a few smaller places. It can be difficult to find places that don't require a WEP or code of any kind. I don't carry a laptop and have found for most countries all I need is an adapter to charge the phone in the hostel with no need for transformers.

Now that I'm home more I'd like to have a regular adapter at home instead of using WIFI. Yet, I want to be able to use my F1000 when I travel. Is there any way to have both (one in use at a time) without purchasing a second line or softphone?
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 4:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Mic wrote:
Now that I'm home more I'd like to have a regular adapter at home instead of using WIFI. Yet, I want to be able to use my F1000 when I travel. Is there any way to have both (one in use at a time) without purchasing a second line or softphone?

No, not with Vonage.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 5:12 pm    Post subject: Using Vonage with France Telecom Reply with quote Back to top

I have finally been able to make my Vonage work again in France. The WRTP54G is not compatible with the Sagem Livebox provided by France Telecom/Orange. I was forced to order a D-link VTA which works well (so far) for another $50 plus the cost of having it shipped to France since Vonage will not ship here. I have two other adapters which I am not using and I am not sure if I will be able to switch back to either in the future. The Linksys is very good in locations which are hardwired since you can have a simultaneous connection with you laptop and Vonage. However they do not provide a power supply which is suitable for Europe with the unit. The d-link VTA does have a universal power supply which works with just an adapter for the prong style. I am disappointed that it took 2 months and Vonage was completely useless in resolving the issue as was France Telecom.
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