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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 3:59 pm    Post subject: can i trade my router in Reply with quote Back to top

i want the Vonage wireless router .. can i trade my old one in? or where can i buy one without having to activate it .. since i already have the service
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 7:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

You cannot trade the old router for a new one unless it was a retail activation, and if the retailer will take it back within their exchange period.

If you got your router from Vonage then no you cannot exchange it.

Either way, you cannot get the rebate on a new router unless you activate it as a new account.

If you can exchange it at the retailer's or if you choose to buy the new wireless one then Vonage will activate it if you call them and give them the new MAC id.

What you might consider is buying the plain wireless router without the integrated Vonage adapter and using your current Vonage adapter with the new wireless router. If you choose to do that you'll have a lot more flexibility and your choice of many VoIP-optimized firmware releases for the new router.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2005 11:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

i want the Vonage wilress router because my current wireless router doesn't seem to work right with my Vonage router .. I lose my wireless connection for about 30 seconds every so often when I have my belkin wireless plugged into my Vonage router ... but it works just fine when the Vonage router is not involved.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2005 3:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

From your second post it seems like you have this set-up: Modem-Vonage -Belkin router. Is that correct?
Does your wireless Belkin router have the usual wired ports in addition to it's wireless capabilities?
If so, have you tried putting the Vonage adapter after the Belkin router, plugged in to one of the wired ports?

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2005 9:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I have a Linksys (model # in sig) wireless router behind the RT31PT & mine works fine. I had trouble with mine until I used the RT31PT like a switch behind the wireless router. I will give you my setup to see if this type of setup will help you. Plug the modem ethernet to the WAN/INTERNET port of your wireless router & run all your wired pc's through the LAN ports of your wireless router (basically keep the router in front setup like you would without the RT31PT). What you do different is with the RT31PT. You take an ethernet cable & plug it in to the WAN/INTERNET port on the RT31PT & run the other end to one of the 3 LAN ports on the RT31PT then take another ethernet cable & run it from one of the LAN ports on the RT31PT to one of the LAN ports on your wireless router. This should fix it if your problem is a setup issue. If you already have this setup or a correct setup then it may be something else........
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2005 11:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

CH3MI5TR4NG3R,

I'll try it that way later tonight .. Right now I have my wireless router behind my linksys Vonage router it seems to be a problem. I'm curious ... what is the point of running a cable from the wan/internet port of the Vonage adapter to one of the other ports on the same adapter?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2005 8:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

CH3MI5TR4NG3R wrote:
I have a Linksys (model # in sig) wireless router behind the RT31PT & mine works fine. I had trouble with mine until I used the RT31PT like a switch behind the wireless router. I will give you my setup to see if this type of setup will help you. Plug the modem ethernet to the WAN/INTERNET port of your wireless router & run all your wired pc's through the LAN ports of your wireless router (basically keep the router in front setup like you would without the RT31PT). What you do different is with the RT31PT. You take an ethernet cable & plug it in to the WAN/INTERNET port on the RT31PT & run the other end to one of the 3 LAN ports on the RT31PT then take another ethernet cable & run it from one of the LAN ports on the RT31PT to one of the LAN ports on your wireless router. This should fix it if your problem is a setup issue. If you already have this setup or a correct setup then it may be something else........
Good Luck,
J03


I HAVE EVERYTHING CONNECTED THIS WAY NOW AND SO FAR SO GOOD ... DO YOU KNOW OF A NETWORK ANALYZER TOOL I CAN USE TO RECORD ACTIVITY SO I CAN TELL EXACTLY HOW OFTEN THE WIRELESS CONNECTION TERMINATES IF IT IS IN FACT STILL DOING IT? I'D LIKE SOMETHING I CAN RUN FROM MY SERVER AND RECORD ACTIVITY ON ALL CLIENTS.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2005 12:17 am    Post subject: New Problem Reply with quote Back to top

ok now i have another issue .. my line light went off on my linksys Vonage router earlier ... i still have a dialtone but when I try to make a call it makes some strange noise and I cannot recieve any calls .. they are forwarded to the number I have designated for that. I plugged my laptop directly into the router so I could look at the settings but I can't even access it since I've put the wireless router in front ... im not sure what else to do .. i plugged my laptop into one of the lan ports .. set my nic to obtain an ip auto but it keeps giving me an ip from my wlreless router
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