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PostPosted: Thu Apr 05, 2007 8:52 pm    Post subject: WRTP54G with XP Internet Connection Sharing No Dial Tone Reply with quote Back to top

I am having a problem getting the phone to work when I use the ICS. I am using a wireless connection and turned on the ICS (Windows XP Home) and connected the router to my ethernet using a crossover cable. My other laptops can connect to the internet thru my router but the phone will not work.

The router IP is 192.168.15.1 and I have it set to automatically obtain an IP address.

When using the ICS option, the ethernet port broadcast the address as 192.168.0.1.



I have never been able to receive a dialtone when using the ICS. My laptop does not have a firewall of any kind that is turned on. I had to use the crossover cable because I could not receive an internet connection on my other computers without it.

Setup: Wifi to laptop, Laptop to router (WRTP54G) via ICS and ethernet port, 2nd laptop connected to network via router.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 1:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Why the crossover cable? Exactly how is your network set up?

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 1:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

are you running any sort of a software firewall (ZoneAlarm, for example) on the box that is running ICS? If you are, check the firewall's logs and see if any port blocks or denials have happened.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 1:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Also, please tell us exactly what problems you're having. Do you ever get dial tone, for instance? In fact, please post all the technical details listed in the sticky message at the top of the forum.

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I added more information to my original post.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 9:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

How is the WRT54G connected to the modem? The crossover cable? Plugged into what port on the WRT?

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 06, 2007 11:35 pm    Post subject: Here goes Reply with quote Back to top

I have had Vonage for over a year now and have recently moved to an apartment (furnished) that does not allow me to have my own providers for phone and cable. As for my internet options, My complex has a secured wifi that is broadcasted for all of the tenants to use. I do not have access to the modem so my only options is to connect via the wifi and share my connection to set up my own network.

MY LAPTOP IS CONNECTED TO THE APARTMENTS WIFI FOR ALL STEPS BELOW.

Internet connection sharing has been activated as well. I could not create a bridge without it kicking me off of the wifi.

1.) I ran a cat5 cable from my ethernet port of my pc to the internet port of my router (WRTP54G). By doing this, I could not get my router to respond to my laptop of the internet.

2.) I purchased a hub and placed it between the laptop and the router and it began to respond to the network but the phone ports would not work.

3.) I removed the hub and placed a crossover cable from laptop to my router. The results were the same as step 2 above.

4.) I contacted linksys and was told that the router was fine and the way I had it connected was correct (using the crossover cable). Unfortunately they could not help with the phone as it was not their responsibility and I needed to call Vonage to check my account for any problems.

5.) Vonage verified my account but could not help me with the phone. In short, I was told that I needed to plug the router into a modem beacause it could be caused by latency.

There has to be a solution to this or I am sitting on another linksys paper weight. Thanks in advance.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 9:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

The crossover cable is plugged into what port on the WRTP54G? WAN or LAN?

For what it's worth, in your situation I'd buy a wireless access point to connect to the WiFi and provide me with an ethernet port. I'd plug the router into that, and the rest of the setup would be completely conventional.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 3:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

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For what it's worth, in your situation I'd buy a wireless access point to connect to the WiFi and provide me with an ethernet port. I'd plug the router into that, and the rest of the setup would be completely conventional.


Agreed, but I'd call it a "wireless client router" or "wireless repeater" rather than simply a "wireless access point", which I think is really what he's connecting to in the first place. I'd still like to see his ICS work out under XP so we'd all know it could be used in an emergency. I myself could have used it not long ago when I fried my router's power supply overseas (wish every router came with a proper 110/220 V power supply).

For the wireless-client/wired-router, I've made this work with a WRT54G v2 (now WRT54GL) running Sveasoft firmware, which allows it to act as a wireless client at the same time as local router (I used "client-routed" mode, but "repeater" mode might work too).

Back to the original problem, I've actually made that work using ICS, but only under W2K rather than XP. In my case, the only "trick" needed under W2K was that the WRTP54G (in my case a -NA) needed a static IP address (at the same time, I also gave it the main AP's IP as a DNS and gateway addy for good measure as working with the PC's hosts file is a pain). Call quality was excellent despite the fact that the PC was an ancient 300 MHz Celeron, but at least it had a clean install of W2Ksp4. I also used a Vonage PAP2 through that same ICS connection (PAP2-VD ---> WRTP54G-NA ---> Sveasoft WRT54GL ~~~> wireless AP/Gateway ---> Internet).

EDIT: In my experience with W2K, a crossover cable IS REQUIRED on the connection from the device's WAN to the ICS PC's LAN.
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