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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2005 5:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

newmex999 wrote:
Strange as this config may be, this is what I did to get phone/pc's working

I can tell you how I have my wrt54g and rt31p2 hooked up. The wrt54g is hooked to the cable modem and the rt31p2 is hooked to the wrt54g. I changed the local ip address on the rt to 192.168.1.2 so it is on same subnet as wrt54g (192.168.1.1) Set the rt for static ip address 192.168.1.10, leave subnet alone and set gateway to address of wrt54g (192.168.1.1)and turn off dhcp on the rt also. type ipconfig from dos prompt on your computer and see what dns servers are, put these in rt where it asks for dns entries. run 1 ethernet cable from wrt54g to Internet port on rt and then run another cable from any lan port on the wrt54g to any lan port on the rt. I had to connect both of these ports to get phone and pc's working.


How would QOS work here (Vonage recommends P2 b4 RT). Also, what if DNS changes at your ISP?
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 29, 2005 2:12 am    Post subject: connect rt31p2 to the modem Reply with quote Back to top

you can try resetting the rt31p2 and connect it from modem to internet port on the rt and configure it for the internet using ur main computer, once configured and going online, you will get a dial tone in 5 minutes and then connect the wireless router from lan of rt to internet of wrt, and try getting internet from wrt.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2005 2:26 pm    Post subject: Wireless and vonage Reply with quote Back to top

Hope this helps.

This is how I have it set up. My wireless linksys router is first off of my cable modem then I have the Vonage router wired to 1 of the network ports off of the WR to the INTERNET port of the VON router. I have a static IP address setup on the VON router which that IP address is in the DMZ of the settings of my WL router. My phone works like a champ.

Let me know.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2005 7:11 pm    Post subject: ......AND i got a FREE hat!!! Reply with quote Back to top

i have this EXACT wireless router/gateway and Voip Router. Of course my Broadband Cable Modem is most likely different, i have Earthlink as my ISP...but Time Warner is the provider. So i have Earthlink equipment on a Time Warner Coax connection to the beloved Internet...

So here is how it WILL work for you....

first power down all equipment...dont worry about powering down your PC..

Dont worry about disconnecting any PCs from your Router to use the Voip router....Just go on using your Wireless Router as your main "hub" for you network connections wired or wireless...

Forget about those Ethernet ports on your Voip router you dont need them....unless it is absolutely neccessary...

Very Simple....all you need is the Ethernet cable that came with your router...

On your Voip router....plug the ethernet cable from the INTERNET port on your Voip router to LAN 1 port on your Wireless Router....then plug a phone into the PHONE 1 port on your Voip router as well...

[Internet] -> [Cable Modem] -> [Wireless Router] -> [VoIP Router]

So...after you have done this power on in this order....

1. Broadband Cable Modem
2. Wireless Router
3. Voip Router

Wait about 2-3 minutes....then VOILA! Welcome to Broadband phone service...most likely your virtual number works for incoming calls but you send your Ported Number info when you call from your broadband phone connection...If you chose to keep your old phone number...
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2005 10:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

... what happened to the guy who posted this..? I hope he solved the problem already
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2005 10:49 pm    Post subject: RIGHT ON!! Reply with quote Back to top

gomley is right that is the same as I have but I took it a step further.

Happy Networking!!!
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 08, 2005 11:50 pm    Post subject: Tiger 31 did not reply back but I just want to say thanks Reply with quote Back to top

Tiger? Did it work? Well thanks for letting me pick up this info, Eek I was able to use the above advice to get my Vonage router and my wireless router talking. I set the pwd's on both, got the encryption and wireless security configured, saved, and tested, and then put them together with the cable line going to the wan of the the RT31P2 and then connected the other modem to the wan from one of the four ports. I then was able to use the avl physical ports on both routers, I have eight now instead of four. Also I am able to get the configuration of both of them from IE, 192.168.0.1 for the D-link, and 192.168.15.1 . I set the Vonage one to not use DHCP so there are no collisions and so far so good Mad , I can use the secure wireless network for laptop, and my lan connections are speedy. I also did a firmware update on the d-link but could not find one on the Vonage one, I will enable auto update though. I did not think it was nice of that guy not to reply that he was all set, your info helped me and thanks for your time. Idea It is getting tired out, good night Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 9:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I've read through all of this and just can't get a dial tone. Time to call a tech I guess - I'm starting to think there's something wrong with the RT.

UPDATE: Doh! Bad phone cable - I can make/receive calls now. I'd still like to figure out how to access the RT's set-up in the current config - I can only do that if I plug the PC's ethernet cable directly into the RT.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 10:24 pm    Post subject: Re: ......AND i got a FREE hat!!! Reply with quote Back to top

kgormley wrote:
i have this EXACT wireless router/gateway and Voip Router. Of course my Broadband Cable Modem is most likely different, i have Earthlink as my ISP...but Time Warner is the provider. So i have Earthlink equipment on a Time Warner Coax connection to the beloved Internet...

So here is how it WILL work for you....

first power down all equipment...dont worry about powering down your PC..

Dont worry about disconnecting any PCs from your Router to use the Voip router....Just go on using your Wireless Router as your main "hub" for you network connections wired or wireless...

Forget about those Ethernet ports on your Voip router you dont need them....unless it is absolutely neccessary...

Very Simple....all you need is the Ethernet cable that came with your router...

On your Voip router....plug the ethernet cable from the INTERNET port on your Voip router to LAN 1 port on your Wireless Router....then plug a phone into the PHONE 1 port on your Voip router as well...

[Internet] -> [Cable Modem] -> [Wireless Router] -> [VoIP Router]

So...after you have done this power on in this order....

1. Broadband Cable Modem
2. Wireless Router
3. Voip Router

Wait about 2-3 minutes....then VOILA! Welcome to Broadband phone service...most likely your virtual number works for incoming calls but you send your Ported Number info when you call from your broadband phone connection...If you chose to keep your old phone number...


What about Quos??
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 15, 2006 12:37 am    Post subject: Wireless Router Coverted to Access Pt Reply with quote Back to top

This is all too confusing to me. Is there a benefit of having the wireless router in front of the wired Vonage router. Can you have the wireless behind and just act was an access point?
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