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PostPosted: Sun Oct 17, 2004 2:45 pm    Post subject: VT1000 manual from Motorola Reply with quote Back to top

You can get a more complete User Guide for your VT1000 directly from Motorola (than the one supplied by Vonage) at http://broadband.motorola.com/consumers/support/default.asp?SupportSection=PeripheralsAccessories
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 4:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

thanks for the link to the vt1000.

this will help in your endevors.

the vt1000 is a router.
it has much of the same functionality of the linksys router you were using.

You dont want two NAT routers running.

I realize that the VT1000 may not have all the features of a good linksys router but for most purposes it will work.

Solution#1
set up the VT1000 just as you had the linksys configured. go into it web configuration and set it up just like the linksys.

replace the linksys with a cheap switch or turn it into a switch by doing hte following:
unplug the net cable from the wan port.
plug a cable from the PC port on the vt1000 into a PC port on the linksys.
plug all your PC's into the PC ports ont he linksys.
You may now have to turn off the NAT ability on the linksys.
you may not as well.

viola now you should be working just as you did with jus tthe linksys.

solution #2
Contact your ISP about getting multiple IP's.
get a cheap switch. you can geta 100Mb switch for under 30 dollars. prolly 10 or so.

plug your cable modem into the switch.
plug your linksys and your vt1000 into the switch.

run all your pcs through the linksys or if you have enough IP's given to you then plug your PCs directly into the switch. Plugging into the linksys will make you safer though.

Some linksys routers have multiple DMZ's as well. So if you have more then 2 ip's given to you by the ISP you can set each of those IPs as a DMZ on the linksys. That takes care of a lot of port forwarding.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 4:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

solution #3 (a little iffy)
contact ISP about multiple IP's
See if you can turn off nat on the VT1000
plug its wan port into cable/dsl.
plug its PC port into linksys WAN port..

linksys should get a real IP and work just as it did before the vt1000.

solution #4 a lot more iffy but maybe the way your are setup.
do not contact ISP about multiple IP's
Plug pc port of vt1000 to linksys WAn port.
set DMZ of VT1000 to linksys ip.
set DMZ of linksys to server or just port forward.
I think you will need to add the ip of the linksys to the DNS servers of the VT1000 or add the vt1000's ip to one of the DNS servers of the linksys.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 7:10 am    Post subject: VT1000 a router? Maybe... Reply with quote Back to top

Thanks Gremlins for your basket of solutions.

I'll try those next week and keep you informed on the results.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2004 1:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Prior to test any of your 4 solutions, I made test #0. The most simple one without any technical whistles and bells.

Test # 0.1 (no router and one pc)
Cable-Modem > VT1005 > The Mac on which I run my server.
VT1005 DHCP enabled, Port forwarding: 8000 TCP to 192.168.102.2
Mac IP address = 192.168.102.2, routeur = 192.168.102.1 (=vt1005)
Result # 0.1
The whole world can access any of my virtual hosts.
I CANNOT access any of my virtual hosts.

Test # 0.2 (no vt1005 and one pc)
Cable-Modem > Linksys Router > The Mac on which I run a server
DHCP enabled, Forwarding: 8000 TCP to 192.168.1.154
Mac IP address = 192.168.1.154, router = 192.168.1.1 (=Linksys)
The whole world can access any of my virtual hosts.
I CAN access any of my virtual hosts.

Conclusion:
Those tests seem to invalid solutions 1, 2 and 3.

In regard to your solution #4, I tried to add the IP address of the Mac to DNS of the VT1005. Nothing new. I also tried to add Ip address of the VT1005 to DNS of the Mac. Nothing new. So...

I think I (we) should first look for the simplest (technically speaking) solution: the cable-modem, the vt1005 and one PC). When we will find a simple working solution, we can add one level of complexity: like a hub, a switch or a router and a lot of computers!

PS: I will post part of this reply to another topic about this problem
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2004 11:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Bye Bye VT1005.
Hello Linksys RT31P2.

I received yesterday from Vonage the Linksys router RT31P2. 10 minutes later, I can access my sites from the inside. This new hardware seems to solve the problem.

A router with 2 phone ports seems to be better than 2 phone ports with a router.
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