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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2003 6:20 pm    Post subject: RCA Modems CAUSE ONE-WAY VOICE Reply with quote Back to top

Folks,

For those of you that have the one-way voice problems, and have RCA modems, the modem is the problem. Please search for the thread on DSLreports.com where a few people and myself found this to be the problem. Once we switch modems, the problem is gone. Again, this is for those of your with RCA modems.

I have informed Earthlink, TimeWarner, and Vonage all about this problem, and they promised that they would keep a note of it, but you know how that goes.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2003 9:16 pm    Post subject: Re: losing outgoing voice but still hear incoming voice ? Reply with quote Back to top

I've had Vonage for about 3 months now and have the same problem. It worked great until the blackout. That's when the caller couldn't hear me talking when I answered the phone. I assumed it was latency due to routing changes caused by the blackout. It still happens now and again. Sometimes it is fine and other calls can't hear me. I have an RCA modem and a Dlink wireless router and Comcast Cable. Vonage suggested I buy the Motorola modem and see if that fixes it. They think it could be a firmware update pushed by Comcast to the RCA modem that causes the problem. I said well if I buy the Motorola modem and it happens again then what? I keep buy different modems that don't experience the same problem. Hoping this is something stupid and can be fixed easily. I’d hate to keep chasing my tail and buy more modems to resolve issues.
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 19, 2003 4:18 pm    Post subject: Same problem, but I may have fixed it............. Reply with quote Back to top

I had the same issue the last three days. It started as a sporadic problem, then affected every call today. I unplugged everything (router, modem, ATA, phone, internet line coming into the house), plugged everything back in and rebooted the PC and I cannot recreate the problem. I will not know until further testing whether this is a long-term fix. It could be that since it is 5pm EST, there are less calls being made (ie. Businesses).
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 22, 2003 11:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I have just started using Vonage and I an experiencing the same issue. I have talked to technical support and they seem to think it is my ISP.
I am using a linksys BEFW11S4. I am willing to test the service by removing the linksys out of the picture and connecting the ATA directly to my Cable Modem. Just to eliminate the router. Any thoughts on this. It seems this thread is old so I am assuming this problem has been solved.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 9:30 pm    Post subject: ME too Reply with quote Back to top

Seems pretty weird but 3 days after I FINALLY got off Ma Bell, I'm now experiencing this problem. It took 30 days to get rid of 'em and TWO DAYS after I snipped the outside line coming into the house.... this starts! I've got a Netgear RP614 set up as prescribed using a Cisco ATA on a Com21 cable-modem through InsightBB here in Derby City. I'm running ping plotter and when I attempt a call, it goes off the scale! I'm not a tech-type and couldn't BEGIN to interpret this stuff.. but when I see everything turn red, even dummy me can tell -- somethin ain't right! Anybody get a handle on this over the last couple of months?
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 26, 2003 2:07 pm    Post subject: Re: ME too Reply with quote Back to top

Choaga wrote:
Seems pretty weird but 3 days after I FINALLY got off Ma Bell, I'm now experiencing this problem. It took 30 days to get rid of 'em and TWO DAYS after I snipped the outside line coming into the house.... this starts! I've got a Netgear RP614 set up as prescribed using a Cisco ATA on a Com21 cable-modem through InsightBB here in Derby City. I'm running ping plotter and when I attempt a call, it goes off the scale! I'm not a tech-type and couldn't BEGIN to interpret this stuff.. but when I see everything turn red, even dummy me can tell -- somethin ain't right! Anybody get a handle on this over the last couple of months?


Welp... Here's what I did to "rectify" my situation. I originally was using an SMC Barricade 7004VBR router. Since it didn't have enough options to let me set up all the ports properly, I switched to a Netgear RP614. Just for grins, I switched back to the SMC and -- BINGO! -- no more problems!! Now, mind you, I have to take down the firewall on the router and use a software firewall... BUT, it works! I'm thinking there is a setting on the Netgear that needs to be adjusted (possibly MTU) to get the Netgear working properly. I'm on the horn with Vonage as I'm writing this so, we'll see what happens. Shocked
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 26, 2003 3:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Choaga,
I'm using the NetGear RP614v2 router and I have left all the settings at the installed defaults. I have only experienced the one-way conversations a couple of times (none lately).

The two biggest problems I've experienced are an echo (I can hear myself talk) and occasionally the router goes into la-la land and I have to re-boot it. I'm not sure why the router goes into la-la mode - the best sounding explanation I've seen yet is that it has difficulty re-negotiating the DHCP service when my ISP resets my connections' lease (or something like that - I don't know a whole lot about the technical side of internet connections...)

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 26, 2003 3:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

big_bob wrote:
Choaga,
I'm using the NetGear RP614v2 router and I have left all the settings at the installed defaults. I have only experienced the one-way conversations a couple of times (none lately).

The two biggest problems I've experienced are an echo (I can hear myself talk) and occasionally the router goes into la-la land and I have to re-boot it. I'm not sure why the router goes into la-la mode - the best sounding explanation I've seen yet is that it has difficulty re-negotiating the DHCP service when my ISP resets my connections' lease (or something like that - I don't know a whole lot about the technical side of internet connections...)


I've got Version 1 (the slow one... heheh Lol ). I've dropped the MTU setting to 1400, deleted all the port-forwarding settings, and just set it up in the DMZ. So far, so good... crystal-clear service. Tech support said after looking at my PingPlotter read-out that my modem was hosed. Hmmmmmm..... if so, then why is it working so well NOW? I s'pose we'll just have to wait & see. I'm pricing out a new cable-modem on eBay. Anybody got any suggestions/preferences as to brand? Question
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