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PostPosted: Sat Mar 06, 2004 4:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

How do you get in to the Moto ATA to config it???
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2004 6:33 am    Post subject: My MTA placement results Reply with quote Back to top

I had the best luck putting the MTA behind my router, and configuring the router to forward all ports the MTA uses to it's address.

To do this reliably I had to:

1. Configure port forwards on router. (fwd ports to 192.168.1.2)
2. Place MTA behind router, connect WAN port to hub/router.
3. Laptop to MTA LAN port to set-up.
4. Config MTA for internal static IP. (192.168.1.2).
5. Power-down ALL equipment, power-up in this order... Cable modem (wait for 'online' mode), router (wait for IP address from cable modem), hub, PCs, MTA. This ensures that any 'demons' in the network setup are exorcised.
6. Put laptop back onto 'main' LAN (hub).
7. Use and enjoy!

As far as I know, if you forward all the ports that the MTA wants from the outside to the internal MTA address it _WILL_ get QoS and firmware updates from Vonage, it will also be protected from the vast majority of external traffic. Vonage just doesn't want to make this clear as all their customers will start trying to implement this and they'll need a LOT of tech support.

The MOST important part is to set the MTA to have an internal static IP address that is NOT in the DHCP pool! If the MTA keeps 'moving around' internally via DHCP the router will be forwarding Voip to nowhere and you'll be unable to get proper service.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 14, 2004 8:03 pm    Post subject: QoS and VPN question Reply with quote Back to top

This particular thread is of most interest to me.

MarcQuadra -- can you confirm that you are, in fact, getting firmware updates and QoS with your ATA behind the router? This would be the perfect setup.

Currently, I'm running from WISP router -> Linksys Wireless G Router -> Moto ATA AND 3 PCs. I need to do Cisco VPN also (which is currently working).

What's NOT working is when I'm on a call, and try to use the Internet I notice a voice quality change (garbled), and my Internet usage is noticebly slow. If I stop doing either, the other improves. Voice quality when I have no network traffic is fine.
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2004 5:24 pm    Post subject: but how about QoS? Reply with quote Back to top

Thanks Moto -- I always look for your posts when reading other threads. You seem knowledgeable.

So, do you know if I will get QoS when I forward or trigger ports on the Linksys? That is I'll go with the MATA behind the Linksys router and open ports.

Thanks for the feedback. I'm going to try this over the weekend.

Doug
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2004 8:44 pm    Post subject: almost there Reply with quote Back to top

Moto - thanks! I used the ports listed in the Appendix of my Vonage "Installation and Troubleshooting Guide" and did a test. My test was to be a on a phone call, AND upload/download files at the same time. It worked beautifully. My voice call was not distorted in anyway, and my Internet traffic purred along.

My remaining problem is this. I could NOT access the Motorola ATA's config page to set it to a static IP address. Instead, I just located the DHCP assigned address that the ATA had grabbed, and used in to route the ports. Now, I know this is "bad" because the ATA may, at some point, grab a new address.

How can I access the web config page of the ATA? Here's what I tried so far:
1. I disconnected a PC from my LAN, and connected it to the PC port of the ATA using the blue cable that came with the ATA. I then tried to connect via the:
a. IP address the ATA grabbed from the Linksys DHCP router.
b. IP address 192.168.102.1 (listed on this site)

Any ideas? I really should set the ATA to a static address, right?

Doug
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2004 9:25 pm    Post subject: right but... Reply with quote Back to top

Moto, but how do I access the web setup page on the M-ATA?

As I mentioned, I have the ATA connected (wired) to my Linksys Router. Then I connect a laptop PC to the PC port (using the blue cable that shipped with the ATA).

I've tried connecting using the default 192.168.102.1, and also the IP address assigned by the Linksys DHCP Router. No luck on either. Of course, my PC has an ip address like 192.168.102.3 (same subnet).

I've never gotten to the web setup page. Perhaps you can't?

Doug
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2004 10:06 pm    Post subject: duh Reply with quote Back to top

Moto-thanks for the reply, but it was way easier. I was using a regular LAN cable, and NOT the pass thru cable.

I'm gonna write up my steps and post them under a seperate thread. I do NOT want to have to try and remember this setup by wrote memory.

Thanks for you help!!

Doug

PS: Where are you in Western PA? I grew up in Waterford (south of Erie).
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2004 3:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Ok I got everything working but I am still have problems getting to the v1000 setup, please help? This is what I have setup via the linksys router with 192.168.1.102 being the v1000:



What url do I need to go to get to the v1000 setup, what port do I need to add to port forwarding in the linksys router to get there if I haven't added it already, or what do I need to do if I have done something wrong? Any help is greatly appreciated, this is the last thing that I need to figure out and then I believe I am good to go.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2004 3:30 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I don't think I follow you, then how would the PC get internet? Right now the ethernet wire is coming from the back of the router into the WAN port of the moto box. Can you elaborate more?
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 23, 2004 5:48 pm    Post subject: Pass-thru mode? Reply with quote Back to top

I'm looking at the web front end for the Moto. Txcas mentions putting it in pass-thru mode. I see 2 pages of configuration for the moto; Basic & Advanced, and no mention of a pass thru mode.
How do I configure pass thru mode?
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