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PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2007 10:50 pm    Post subject: Is there a Device that combines VOIP and Router together? Reply with quote Back to top

Trying to eliminate dongles....is there a ROUTER that also supports Voip available?


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Several of the Vonage supplied devices are combination router/VoIP adapters. These include the D-link VWR, the Motorola VT2442, and the VT2142. Others, like the Linksys RTP300 and WRTP54G may still be available at retail. None of these are heavy duty routers, but they do work for light duty.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2007 6:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Yet again, I will reiterate why I hate these topics.

Combo devices are inherently a dangerous mix, because if you depend on one device to do everything, 1) It may die a quicker death comparitively, due to the increased workload. 2) If it dies prematurely, not only do you not have phone, but no Internet. 3) If only ONE portion of it dies, and the other keeps operating, you have half a device, and will probably wind up throwing out the whole thing.

I'm a networking guy and all about reliability and redundancy, but if you're fairly comfortable with the above, go for it. Just make sure you have another device handy in case the unexpected happens.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2007 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Steve48 wrote:
Several of the Vonage supplied devices are combination router/VoIP adapters. These include the D-link VWR, the Motorola VT2442, and the VT2142. Others, like the Linksys RTP300 and WRTP54G may still be available at retail. None of these are heavy duty routers, but they do work for light duty.


I assume my 2 person home use qualifies as light duty?

And,... is there any site where I might be able to find all the above mentioned routers listed with specs for comparison?
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2007 7:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

This Vonage page shows all of the Vonage phone adapters with links to information including the user guides - I don't know of any comparison table at vonage.com, though...
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I reckon the aforementioned Router technology will be compatible/identical with my SunRocket Voip phone??? ( I know its Heresy)
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This Vonage page shows all of the Vonage phone adapters with links to information including the user guides - I don't know of any comparison table at vonage.com, though...



Wow...thanks... its almost overwhelming....anybody have a recommendation which is the more reliable (least signal drop)
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I assume my 2 person home use qualifies as light duty?


It's really not the size of the house or the network. A house with a dozen computers, but only one being used to browse the net at a time, and then just for "looking around", would be light duty. On the other hand, a single computer being used for intensive gaming sessions could be heavy duty. If you do gaming or a lot of file transfers, you should consider a good router that's made for that sort of thing.

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