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PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2005 10:36 pm    Post subject: Re: Vonage Directivo HR10-250 tested working R10 Reply with quote Back to top

EphOne wrote:
Worked for me too, finally after months of this garbage

Using Directivo HR10-250 calling from Sacramento;

ignore the dial in number
Dial Prefix: 12122773895
Call waiting Prefix: ,,#019,,
phone available: off
Dial tone detect: off
And I do have a DSL filter connected to the TIVO box. (either)

For the Directivo R10

Dial-In Number: 12122773895(although I didnt need this chainged)
Dial Prefix: ,#034
Call Waiting Prefix: *70,*99
Tone/Pulse: Tone
Phone Avail Detection: Off
Dial Tone Detection: On

Tested 10 out of 10 times on two R10's and one 10-250.

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Thank you so much for this post. I have both of these machines also and just switched to Vonage today and was having a heck of a time getting them to work. The above settings worked great!!
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2005 1:43 am    Post subject: Re: Vonage Directivo HR10-250 tested working R10 Reply with quote Back to top

EphOne wrote:
Worked for me too, finally after months of this garbage

Using Directivo HR10-250 calling from Sacramento;

ignore the dial in number
Dial Prefix: 12122773895
Call waiting Prefix: ,,#019,,
phone available: off
Dial tone detect: off
And I do have a DSL filter connected to the TIVO box. (either)

For the Directivo R10

Dial-In Number: 12122773895(although I didnt need this chainged)
Dial Prefix: ,#034
Call Waiting Prefix: *70,*99
Tone/Pulse: Tone
Phone Avail Detection: Off
Dial Tone Detection: On

Tested 10 out of 10 times on two R10's and one 10-250.

Very Happy


Hi, thanks for your posting. I'm also in Sacramento and was having a horrible time getting my 2 Samsung DTV Tivo units to dial out. I used the settings you used for the HR10-250 and it works great on one of my units. The settings you used for the R10 don't work at all for me.

One of the Samsung DVR units is hooked up using the telephone over electrical outlet wireless system and it does connect up and get the updates about 90% of the time now. However, the other unit is hard wired to the telco junction box and always fails at Negotiating. I don't have a DSL Line Filter on either unit though. I'm thinking maybe the electrical outlet wireless system is acting as a filter and will be installing a DSL line filter on the unit that is hardwired.

Thanks again for you great post, I was seriously about ready to give up and pay the local telephone company to hook our lines back up.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2005 10:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

This worked for me on my RCA DVR40.

Dial In Number: Ignored
Dial Prefix: 12122773895
Call Waiting Prefix: *99,,*79,,#304
Tone/Pulse: Tone
Phone Avail: Off
Dial Tone: Off

I called DirecTV, and this is what they suggested I use, so I did, and it works. This makes me very happy, because now I can drop my POTS line. Now I just want to see if it will work for the daily call back.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2005 3:15 pm    Post subject: Direct TV TiVo using Vonage Fax Line Reply with quote Back to top

I was also able to get the Direct TV TiVo to "Make Daily Call" using the Vonage Fax Line. I already had the fax line activated through Vonage. I put a splitter into port 2. Plugged in the Direct TV TiVo & the fax machine lines. Went to the Tivo and changed my area code to 212. Made the call to update the numbers, and it worked. Chose the NEW YORK # 212 238-4220. Erased all the previously tried prefixs. To showing-None, None, Tone, On, On. Tried the "Make Daily Call" the first time, and it Failed. Second time it worked. Catching me up 32 days. I tried a 3rd time for curiosity, it failed. Tried again for the 4th time and it succeeded. I can live with 50% as long is updates enough to keep me current and not miss recordings.

I have a Direct TV TiVo HR10-250 with the Linksys RTP-300 2 phone port router supplied by Vonage.

I want thank the 1 other person that posted about the Vonage Fax line success. Without your post I would still be trying prefixes galore.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2005 6:50 pm    Post subject: Re: IT FINALLY WORKED Reply with quote Back to top

[quote="AHurst"]
Preds wrote:
carrieN3chicks wrote:
I'll post since I have scoured these boards for help and something finally worked.

Set Vonage to maximum voice quality
ignore the dail in number
Dial Prefix: 12122773895
Call waiting Prefix: ,,#019,,
phone available: off
Dial tone detect: off

I skipped the look for local numbers (the old unit still is set up for our old house in a different state)


I have Hughes Tivo and this also worked for me -- thank God.


Me too... I have a Hughes sd-dvr40 and these settings worked like a charm.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2006 9:23 pm    Post subject: WRTP54G with HR10-250 Tivo "making the call" it wo Reply with quote Back to top

This works for me I hope it will help anyone else that needs it for the above configuration.

Set Dail-in Number: (using old # this can be ignored)
Set Dail Prefix: 12122773895
Set Call Waiting Prefix: ,,#019,,
Set Tone/Pules: Tone
Set "Phone Avail." Detection: Off
Set Dail Tone Detection: Off

I am using a DSL Filter I got from Verizon (NO MORE Verizon Yeah!) I have the phone line coming from the DHR 10-250 then the filter and that's plugged into the WRTP54G router. Not sure if this filter makes a difference but its there for now and working.

Please remember as noted by a previous post, the "Negotiating" process after your connection can take awhile mine took over 30mins but after that it was fast.

Other than the settings changed in Directtv I made no other adjustments to my system.

Thanks to everyone else for their posts in helping me get reconnected through my Voip!

Very Happy
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 10:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

For those of you using the DSL filter on your HR10-250 tivo, where do you have it plugged in, and how?

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2006 5:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I've been tinkering around with this to try and understand how everything works. It's interesting that some of these combinations work.

At least on my Hughes SD DVR40, the 'Call Prefix' is the first thing dialed. So, if you plug the full '212' number in there, anything in the 'Call Waiting' prefix is going to be dialed -after- the number is dialed and 'connected', so it shouldn't have any impact.

If you take the '212' number out of the call prefix, then it tries to dial the #019 on the open line, which results in a fast busy.

I'm able to connect to the Tivo service using the menus and forcing the call with the 212 number in the Call Prefix. However, the monthly call to DirectTV fails. I'm assuming this is because using the Dial Prefix trick is forcing it to try and connect to DirectTV through the 'Tivo' number, which doesn't work (for me, at least).

If I eliminate all the call prefixes and call waiting prefixes and just select the number to dial as the '212' number, I'm able to force the Tivo call through the menus and connect properly. That should allow it to connect to the DirecTV number as well since there's nothing screwing things up in the Dial Prefix. I can't force a call to that service, so I'm going ot have to wait for it to call on it's on and see how it does.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 03, 2006 11:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

The DirectTV call to the 18667092073 number for billing/location updates went through just fine a few minutes ago. So it does seem that the Tivo unit does need to call the 866 number to upload purchase info, and one of the local numbers to do something with the DVR side of the box. If you plug the 212 number into the call prefix, your unit will never successfully dial the 866 number and may never update purchase info, so you'll lose the ability to buy PPV with the remote after a while.

My settings that are (currently, at least) working for both the DRV and DirecTV side of things:

Dial-in Number: 1-212-277-3895
Dial-in Prefix: None
Call Waiting Prefix: None
Tone/Pulse: Tone
Phone Avail: Off
Dial Tone Detection: Off

I do have to use a hardwire connection. Trying to use the wirless phone jack connection doesn't work consistently.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 04, 2006 2:31 pm    Post subject: DirecTivo series 2 Reply with quote Back to top

Got a DirecTivo Series 2 to connect and make at least 1 successful daily call by setting the Packetization to .30 and lowering the Jitter Buffer (you have to have Vonage Tech Support do this). if you talk to tech have them try that, but if you get india ask for tier 2 or adv. installation
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