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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 12:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

brian188 wrote:
I'm a little confused. What is your current setup? Modem -> Vonage -> router -> Xbox, PC's, Etc?


i used to have my xbox connected, but now i don't.

my current set up is modem -> Vonage -> router -> ps3, laptop, and computer.
my pc and laptop works, but my ps3 doesn't work with it
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 12:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I would move the Vonage device behind the router. What kind of router are you using? Does it have good QoS? The traffic from your PS3 is passing through the Vonage Device causing the problem. If you put Vonage behind your router with nothing connected to it, your PS3, PC's etc. do not have to pass through it.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 12:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

brian188 wrote:
I would move the Vonage device behind the router. What kind of router are you using? Does it have good QoS? The traffic from your PS3 is passing through the Vonage Device causing the problem. If you put Vonage behind your router with nothing connected to it, your PS3, PC's etc. do not have to pass through it.


i really wish i could do that. the problem with that is that i'm using a D-Link 624 as a router. I just read on portforward.com that Vonage doesn't work through D-Link properly Sad
(also, I've tried it in the past)
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 12:49 am    Post subject: Re: hmmmm Reply with quote Back to top

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Wolf55 wrote:
for some reason, my Vonage isn't 192.168.15.1 Sad

what Vonage router fo you have and what is it's ip?


it's motorola, and i don't know the ip Sad


If it is the Motorola VT2142, the user guide is at:
http://www.vonage.com/knowledgeBase/admin/file_download.php?name=VT2142_UserGuide.pdf

In the user guid t shows to log in:

Logging In to the VT2142
1 On a computer connected to the VT2142, open a Web browser.
2 In the Address or Location field, type http://192.168.15.1 and press ENTER to display the Log In page.
3 In the Username field, type router.
4 In the Password field, type the password (the default is “router”).
5 Click Log In to display the HOME page:


i just looked again; it's the VT1005 Motorola
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 1:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Wolf55 wrote:
brian188 wrote:
I would move the Vonage device behind the router. What kind of router are you using? Does it have good QoS? The traffic from your PS3 is passing through the Vonage Device causing the problem. If you put Vonage behind your router with nothing connected to it, your PS3, PC's etc. do not have to pass through it.


i really wish i could do that. the problem with that is that i'm using a D-Link 624 as a router. I just read on portforward.com that Vonage doesn't work through D-Link properly Sad
(also, I've tried it in the past)


Did you try it with the moto in the DMZ of the router?
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 1:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

brian188 wrote:
Wolf55 wrote:
brian188 wrote:
I would move the Vonage device behind the router. What kind of router are you using? Does it have good QoS? The traffic from your PS3 is passing through the Vonage Device causing the problem. If you put Vonage behind your router with nothing connected to it, your PS3, PC's etc. do not have to pass through it.


i really wish i could do that. the problem with that is that i'm using a D-Link 624 as a router. I just read on portforward.com that Vonage doesn't work through D-Link properly Sad
(also, I've tried it in the past)


Did you try it with the moto in the DMZ of the router?


not yet. i really want to figure out how to port. i have an idea, but i want to open my motorola router first
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 5:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Now I'm really lost. If your moto box is plugged in to the modem and a pc into the moto box, 192.168.102.1 will get you there. But you can't do anything. (Or you could just enter your external IP address in to the address bar.) If it is not plugged in to the modem, I don't believe it can be accessed.

If you can not port forward when the ATA is plugged in to the dlink, it is because the router does not allow that many ports to be forwarded. That is why I suggested DMZ. With DMZ there is no need to forward ports at all.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 11:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

brian188 wrote:
Now I'm really lost. If your moto box is plugged in to the modem and a pc into the moto box, 192.168.102.1 will get you there. But you can't do anything. (Or you could just enter your external IP address in to the address bar.) If it is not plugged in to the modem, I don't believe it can be accessed.

If you can not port forward when the ATA is plugged in to the dlink, it is because the router does not allow that many ports to be forwarded. That is why I suggested DMZ. With DMZ there is no need to forward ports at all.


would people be able to hack into my ps3 with dmz? Also, i'm able to access it with 192.168.102.1. However, The ip address of my ps3 is some arbritrary number (doesn't even start with 192.168 b/c it has trouble obtaining an ip address) the vt1005 only allows dmz's with 192.168.x.xxx
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 12:03 pm    Post subject: setting static ip address Reply with quote Back to top

I'm not even good at setting the Static IP address. I'm technically supposed to use PPoE since i have DSL but I use the Dynamic option because it's easier. whenever i try to set up static ip, it stops working :/
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2007 12:33 pm    Post subject: DMZ modem - router - motorola Reply with quote Back to top

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Now I'm really lost. If your moto box is plugged in to the modem and a pc into the moto box, 192.168.102.1 will get you there. But you can't do anything. (Or you could just enter your external IP address in to the address bar.) If it is not plugged in to the modem, I don't believe it can be accessed.

If you can not port forward when the ATA is plugged in to the dlink, it is because the router does not allow that many ports to be forwarded. That is why I suggested DMZ. With DMZ there is no need to forward ports at all.


what if i set it up as modem -> router -> motorola VT1005.
Then instead of DMZ for ps3, i get dmz for my Vonage? would people be able to hack into Vonage?
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