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You can recollect
password by
connecting the
router to your pc
and open the

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HildBeft Posted:
Great tips..
Thanks for sharing

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massrman Posted:
The devices are
available at
different price
margins , please
share your

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massrman Posted:
Hi these are most
commonly used SIP
PBX interops and

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Sammy00 Posted:
Has anyone setup a
W52p phone for
vonage? I have
a W52p with two
wireless handsets,

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James44 Posted:
Hi, I am
looking for a good
Sip Trunking
provider in
Canada. they
should offer

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James44 Posted:
Which network
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Wireless Access Point plugged into switch
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jjatsk Posted:
We are renting a
few offices right
next door to our
main building. I
have a wireless

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Pman Posted:
Hello, While
Vonage has been a
great service over
the years, it is
time to part

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jbugz67 Posted:
We recently
purchased 5
Polycom VVX 300
phones from
Vonage, and have

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Internet Telephony Cleans Up Its Act

March 15, 2003

By George Walsh

Among the promises of the Internet that just did't come to pass was that of cheaper, or free, long distance phone calls. Sure, Internet phone calls have always been possible, but the sound quality was so bad that few people ever got past the "gee-whiz" phase of calling their friends and relatives just to tell them they were calling over the Internet. With broadband becoming more prevalent, it was inevitable that someone would come to market with a better personal VoIP product. Vonage thinks it has things wired with its DigitalVoice service. Digital Voice lets you make voice calls over a broadband connection using a regular household telephone. The service isn't free -- the base service price is $39.99 per month (plus a $29.99 activation fee) for unlimited calls within the U.S. and Canada. But for those who make a lot of long distance calls, it could shave a few bucks off the monthly telephone bill. In addition to the unlimited calling, you also get free call waiting, voice mail, call forwarding, caller ID block, the ability to pick the area code of your choice, and other features. International calls are also very competitively priced. A call to Australia from the US, for example, runs only six cents a minute, which is less than half of AT&T's current rate for the same call. You're not saving any money if the service doesn't deliver, however, which is what we investigate here.

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March 14, 2003

By Bill Royle

These days a lot of people use their cell phones for long distance calling, choosing to utilize their free long distance from their cell provider versus paying by the minute for calls made using a land-based phone provider such as AT&T, or Sprint. While the sound quality isn't always as good with a cell phone and calls occasionally do get dropped, the rates phone companies charge for land-based lines are often unreasonable for medium to high-usage users of long distance services.

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March 10, 2003

By Raffi Krikorian

Let's hearken back to about three years ago -- I used to sit at my desktop computer, yell into a microphone, and a voice, coming in over my headphones would confusingly ask, "What?" This was my constant experience with the telephone over the Internet experience. It was clunky, it was kludgey, and it just was not ready for prime time; definitely not something I would of replaced my land line for.

But with Vonage's new service, that might all change.

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As Promised, A Good Internet Phone

March 2, 2003

By Daniel Greenberg

Vonage Digital VoiceTM, however, delivers the goods, using a fast Internet connection to channel voice phone service all but indistinguishable from a land line. It works over most cable, DSL or WiFi (but not satellite) connections, regardless of operating system.

Edison, N.J.-based Vonage ( offers two levels of residential service. A $39.99 monthly plan provides unlimited local, regional and long-distance calls to all 50 states and Canada, and a $25.99 plan includes unlimited local calling and 500 minutes of long-distance (3.9 cents a minute thereafter). Vonage just signed a deal with EarthLink to market its service, but no details were announced.

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Plugged In

February 6, 2003

By Staff

When I made my first phone call ever over the Internet to my office last month, Anthony Waytekunas Jr., longtime business clerk at The Sun, answered with a cheery "Business news."

Now I know how Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson felt in 1876.

Well, maybe it wasn't quite that momentous, but the call I placed on equipment from Vonage Digital Voice of New Jersey felt like the start of something mysterious and modern that may one day be commonplace.

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February 1, 2003

By Christopher Allibritton

Imagine an end to long-distance charges. Call anywhere, nationwide, and talk as long as you want for $40 a month. Just a single company that gives you all the phone services you currently enjoy.

Sound like a pipe dream? Well it is, in a way, but it's a dream that floats on the largest pipes around - the Internet and the phone systems.

Vonage (, based in Edison, N.J., is the company that's hoping to make it all happen. A year-old startup from Datek founder Jeffrey Citron, Vonage uses Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, to provide phone services.

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The End User: Loud and Clear

January 13, 2003

By Lee Dembart

PARIS- If you've ever tried making telephone calls over the Internet using Net2Phone or Dialpad, you probably gave up because the connection was so poor. You also probably had to spend half of every conversation shouting "Can you hear me?" into the microphone. "Like two tin cans and a string" is how I described it in these pages three years ago.

Forget all of that. The technology has improved: Telephone by Internet has arrived, and it's fabulous. There's a lot of hype in the computer world, and there isn't much that knocks me cold. This does.

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An Advantage For Vonage? Voip Rival Rides Cable Pipe

January 6, 2003

By Ted Hearn

Washington- Jagger Kaye, a stage and television actor living in Jersey City, N.J., wanted to trim his hefty monthly phone bill. Six weeks ago, Kaye found a budget-friendly phone service: a company named Vonage Holdings Corp. A private startup based in Edison, N.J., Vonage offers a form of voice-over-Internet protocol telephony that hives off the investment and technology of cable operators and digital subscriber line providers, without the permission of the network owners.

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Get Me A Line Online

December 24, 2002

By Paul Taylor

Over the years I have tried - and abandoned - quite a few services that claimed to offer reasonable quality voice calls over the internet for a fraction of the price of the plain old telephone service. Now I think I have found one that delivers the goods.

The service is Vonage DigitalVoice, provided by a New Jersey-based company of the same name ( So far, in my tests, the service has surpassed Vonage's promises and my expectations.

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Product Review: Internet Phone, Combo DVD/Digital Media Recorder

November 13, 2002

By Frank Bajak

NEW YORK (AP) - If you've got a broadband Internet connection you've now got the option of using it as a second voice line.

I'm not talking about plugging a microphone into your computer and making calls that have all the clarity of an echo chamber.

Voice over Internet, as offered by a startup called Vonage, offers many of the same services as your regular wire-line phone - and a few advantages Ma Bell can't touch.

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