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PostPosted: Sun Jan 30, 2005 11:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Try setting the gateway on the PC to 192.168.0.1. This is the internal address of your router and is on the same subnet as the address you are assigning to the PC (192.168.0.111). When requests hit 192.168.0.1, they will automatically be routed via the WAN interface (192.168.1.2) of the router to its gateway (192.168.1.1) and finally out the WAN interface of the RT31P2 to the Internet.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 7:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Hi,
I am new to Vonage. I just received my RT312P2 Saturday. I am going to set it up tonight.

My current setup is:
Comcast ISP
Motorola SB5100 Cable Modem
Netgear WGR614v4 Wireless Router (I also have a WGR614v5 I can use also if it matters).
4 Laptops all Wireless
HP PSC2510 Wireless All in One Printer Scanner Copier Fax.

My current setup is 100% problem fee and has been for some time. I have the Netgear configured exactly how I want it as far as port forwarding, wiFi Security, IP policys.
I have read a bit about VPN not working with Vonage. I use VPN to telecommute to work.

I will be adding a second Vonage number as a fax line to the RT312P2 once I get all this setup.

With all of that in mind I would like to keep my network just as it is and put the RT31P2 behind the Netgear WGR614.

Looks like I want a setup similar to MrMike's, I need the lists of ports to forward to from the WGR614 to the RT312P2. According to Netgear support the rangers are:
5060 - 5070
10000 - 25000

I don't think the WGR614 doesn't has a QoS function, Is it needed? I do large downloads occasionally via emule and bittorrent but it's not that often.

Anyone have a similar setup or can tell me if VPN does work through the Vonage router?

Best to know the best method before trying to set it up.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 9:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Ziptar wrote:
Hi,
I am new to Vonage. I just received my RT312P2 Saturday. I am going to set it up tonight.

My current setup is:
Comcast ISP
Motorola SB5100 Cable Modem
Netgear WGR614v4 Wireless Router (I also have a WGR614v5 I can use also if it matters).
4 Laptops all Wireless
HP PSC2510 Wireless All in One Printer Scanner Copier Fax.

My current setup is 100% problem fee and has been for some time. I have the Netgear configured exactly how I want it as far as port forwarding, wiFi Security, IP policys.
I have read a bit about VPN not working with Vonage. I use VPN to telecommute to work.

I will be adding a second Vonage number as a fax line to the RT312P2 once I get all this setup.

With all of that in mind I would like to keep my network just as it is and put the RT31P2 behind the Netgear WGR614.

Looks like I want a setup similar to MrMike's, I need the lists of ports to forward to from the WGR614 to the RT312P2. According to Netgear support the rangers are:
5060 - 5070
10000 - 25000

I don't think the WGR614 doesn't has a QoS function, Is it needed? I do large downloads occasionally via emule and bittorrent but it's not that often.

Anyone have a similar setup or can tell me if VPN does work through the Vonage router?

Best to know the best method before trying to set it up.


Ziptar,

I have different equipment but a system that was configured like yours, and I didn't want to change anything I didn't have to. I just plugged the RT31P2 into an open ethernet port on my old router, hooked up the power cable, and everything worked right out of the box. I didn't have to do any port forwarding or to set the RT31P2 in the DMZ or anything.

My advice is to try it without changing any settings on your old router first. If that works (like it did for me), then just leave everything else alone and you're good to go. If not, you'll need to either forward ports or place the RT31P2 in the DMZ (or whatever your NetGear calls a totally open system).

I have an excellent and fast cable modem connection, so I have not needed QoS. I have my Vonage set to the highest quality (highest bandwidth) and have had no problems with voice quality or with any of my other devices when making large downloads.

Good luck.

Fletcher
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 10:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Thanks.
I'll give it a shot.

on a releated note I just received an email from comcast announcing that they have increased my bandwidth. I did a dslreports speed test before I followed their instructions for the upgrade and I got 1161/276. After the "upgrade" I get 1181/355. I did the test from a wireless laptop, I'll try a cat5 test see if it's any better.

[EDIT]I just tried the speedtest with a laptop connected to directly to the cable modem. Speed was 3809/230. I also tested it with a laptop plugged into one of the Cat5 ports on the WGR614 it was 3819 / 355. So it looks like comcast is just about true to their word.
[/EDIT]


Based on the above tests does that mean my setup will sort of have QoS?? All the laptops will be using wireless and only the Linksys will be using the Cat5 so the laptops are basically permanently throttled to 1181/276 and the linksys can utilize the full bandwidth or am I looking at this the wrong way???
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 31, 2005 12:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

IT'S UP AND RUNNING!!!
I did just as you said, plugged the WAN in the Linksys into one of the Cat5 ports on teh Netgear and I am up and running.

Incoming and outgoing calls work. Sound quality is good, there is a slight hiss in the background.

I plugged one of the laptops into the linksys changed the password and turned on the remote management in the linksys and forwarded port 8080 to the routers IP and now I can access the linksys admin screens from the laptops on the wireless network.

I just need to plug everything up to the UPS Now. I'll have the cable modem, Linksys, Netgear, and the phone all running off of a APC ES 725 UPS so power outage (brief ones anyway) won't louse up the phone service.

Thanks for all the help, looking foward to call Sprint and telling them where they can stick the $135 a month they have been charging me Very Happy .
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

tried nethog's solution in reverse, but did not work for me regarding Voip

cable modem
|
netgear wgr614 v4 (wireless router)
IP address: 192.168.0.1
DHCP on with range: 192.168.0.{2-51}
||
|PCs
|IP addresses assigned: 192.168.0.{2-51}
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|
linksys RT31P2 Voip router
IP address: 192.168.0.100
DHCP turned off
|
|
PC
IP addresses assigned: 192.168.0.{2-51}

the two routers were connected via lan ports, and the linksys wan/internet port wasn't used.


this worked great for general internet use: able to browse web, ftp, etc.

as oiames mentioned, however, the LEDs for the phone ports on the linksys will not light up if there is no wan/internet connection. of course, there is no dial tone either.

therefore, had to give this solution up and go with somethin similar to rickster's solution...which also seems to work perfectly well Smile


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

rickster, does your solution of the DMZ and all ports forwarded bypass the NAT funcionality of the linksys?

as per above post, i have the linksys behind the netgear, and a pc connected to linksys

do i get any benefit by doing the following (rather than leaving the settings on the linksys at default)?:
1) dhcp on linksys off
2) pc connected to linksys is assigned dmz
3) all ports forwarded to this pc
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2005 9:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I have an addendum to nethog's solution. One of the major shortcomings of the Linksys router is that you cannot reserve IP addresses for certain MAC addresses, link Netgear allows you to. This becomes important if you need to use Port Forwarding. As a workaround, I did the following.

My desktop has applications that need port forwarding. But I was not getting a consistent IP address assigned to it from the Linksys DHCP. So I did an ipconfig /all and got all my DNS, subnet, and gateway information. I then went directly into Windows Network management, and statically assigned an IP address in the 192.168.15 (my internal network) range of .2-.50. This is outside the DHCP range. I rebooted the desktop, and it works perfectly.

My other computers will still boot up and get assigned IP's from the DHCP in Linksys, which is fine.

Since it's unlikely my DNS server addresses will change anytime soon, this seems to be a reliable solution for me. Or if Linksys ever gets off their butts and allows tying IP addresses to MAC addresses, I'll revert to doing it there.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2005 2:09 pm    Post subject: How should I configure 3 voip boxes Reply with quote Back to top

I have a charter cable connection and THREE RT31PS boxes......

I tried connecting them all but am having probs with the ethernet ports.

Just ordered a 5 station Hub to put between the cable modem and everything else.....

so I will have cablemodem>5station Hub>3 rt31ps and 2 computers hooked up am i on the right track???

Oh yeah so far no normal router in the mix.........

Any suggestions??
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 27, 2005 5:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I found a very simple solution!

I have 2 PC's running off my original router and an ethernet running to an actual switch.

From the switch, I have one cable running to a 3rd PC and another running to the Linksys.

My local network stays intact (all three PC's are networked) with no configuration at all and my Vonage still grabs my IP seperatly from the other PC's.

It works perfectly, for me anyway.
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