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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2005 6:58 pm    Post subject: Using Wireless Phone Jack and DSL Filter for DirecTVand Tivo Reply with quote Back to top

I want to get Vonage. I have 3 Tivo boxes and was wondering if it will work if I get wireless phone adapters? You know use the DSL Filer on back of the Vonage and hook it the base wireless phone adapter. Then connect the extention wireless phone adapters to the Tivo boxes. Will this work? Any help with this would greatly be appreciated.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2005 8:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

It might work. You probably need to get the wireless phone adapters designed to work with fax/data lines.

I assume the receivers are connected now, is there a reason you can't or don't want to use your existing wiring for Vonage? You would probably have better results more cheaply.

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I just moved to the DC area. I dont have Vonage yet and my boxes are not hooked up yet. I want to get Vonage, just dont want to run phone wires from down stairs and from the bedroom. I was thinking if I got some wireless phone jacks that this might work for my Tivo. So you think it will work? I been reading all the post and the settings using the 212 number. Plus the DSL filter. Think I might try it when my stuff gets here.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2005 9:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I think that there is enough of a chance of it working that you should give it a try.

There was at least one post on broadbandreports in the Voip forum of someone who had it working.

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I use wireless phone adapters with my DVRs and they seems to work ok. Shop well because I found two sets of Belkins for $20 each. I wish I could remember where. A pricegrabber.com search showed limited quanties of open stock sets for about that.
http://www.dslreports.com/forum/remark,13193657

By the way, I don't use a DSL filter and I call a local (to me) number and everything works. I can't see an advantage to this except for the fact that the TiVo numbers occasionally get busy (during upgrades) and the 212 number is probably becoming quite popular.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2005 9:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Ok cool!!! I will give it a try soon as my stuff get here. Do I go with the same settings everybody is talking about? Just use a local number, no dsl filter, and a new Vonage router? I was thinking about getting the one with wireless. Is this a good one? Thank You for all your help.
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  1. My suggestion would be to start with standard settings. (If you have the DSL filter go ahead and use it)
  2. If it doesn't dial add *99.
  3. If it still doesn't dial add the slow down code appropriate for your model (either ,#034 or ,#019 for series 2 and series 1 respectively).
  4. Call Vonage and tell them you are trying to use a DirecTiVo and have them adjust your settings.
  5. If you haven't got a DSL filter, get one and install it.
  6. If that doesn't work then try using the 212 number. The problem with this method is that it involves either successfully dialing the toll free numbers to download local numbers (ok - if you have a land line you can use) or tricking the system into dialing it by adding the number to the prefix. I can't see how this won't break DirecTV calls.


In addition I would try to get it dialing with Vonage directly before adding in the wireless jacks.

I wouldn't consider this a hard, fast recipe. Obviously if you were in a situation where you could set your receivers to dial the 212 number but that was going to change you might want to start with that dial-in number.

Can anyone who has tricked their system into dialing the (212) number for TiVo confirm whether they are still able to order PPV by remote? Can you tell me if your system ever dials the toll free numbers for DirecTV?

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2005 6:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

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I was thinking about getting the one with wireless. Is this a good one? Thank You for all your help.


I think there are two wireless routers, WRTP54G and WRT54GP2. Read the posts in the main forum about the WRTP54G horror stories.

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