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QoS Degrading VOIP

I have the privilege of trying to optimize our network at work to help improve the quality of the voip system we have. The general setup is: Bandwidth is 18 Mbps down, 3 Mbps up. ~10 people in ...
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2answers
243 views

VoIP client permamently losing connection after ISP IP reset

I have a SIP client device connected to my ADSL router, so it is behind a symmetric NAT. My ISP resets the client's IP every 24 hours, it looks like this in the router log: Mar 26 12:36:56 daemon ...
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1answer
247 views

Cisco CME to CME - phone rings but silence on pickup

I have two Cisco 2901 routers with CME, DSP module and built-in poe switches. They are both linked together via Ethernet. I have 2 phones connected to each router. Making calls between 2 phones on ...
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390 views

How to configure Transparent IP Address Sharing (TAS) on a Mediatrix 4102 with DGW 2.0 firmware?

I am making the switch to VoIP. I chose voip.ms as my service provider and Mediatrix 4102 as my ATA. One reason why I chose the Mediatrix over other popular consumer ATAs is that it's supposed to be ...
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101 views

I need some advice to come up with a network plan, or sort of anyway

At my workplace we have been allotted a few IP addresses by the ISP. I think currently one IP is accessible from the outside (by accessible I mean in a browser). Typing this IP into a browser gets you ...
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2answers
729 views

Embedded VoIP (Asterisk) install in home router?

Is it possible to flash an average home wireless router with a new OS that includes an embedded PBX server to route VoIP calls (such as Asterisk)? Does the average $50 router in the living room have ...
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396 views

Does anyone know of a inexpensive NAT router that has the ability to limit access to the Internet to a specific MAC address? [closed]

Does anyone know of a inexpensive NAT router that has the ability to limit access to the Internet to a specific MAC address? I know the Linksys routers have a MAC filtering feature, but it is the ...
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4answers
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Network hardware recommendation for new small office going VOIP

We are moving into a new space and moving to a full VOIP environment. Up until now we have used standard land lines and used consumer routers (like the LinkSYS RV042). In our new space we are getting ...
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115 views

Allowing phone network access to external mail

At work we currently have 2 separate networks, 1 for our phones (192.168.2.x) and 1 for the computers (192.168.1.x) that share 1 router (Draytek 2820) for internet access. We have a typical small ...
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Cisco router password change and now select VOIP phones not working

I manage this school network and I went in today to reset the password on their Cisco 2800 series router. I didn't have the original password on the system because it wasn't shared with me and the ...