Question about Polycom Computers & Internet
In a SMB with four incoming lines, two operate off of the ATA side of the 2102 (never drops calls). The cable modem is plugged into the WAN side of the 2102. The Polycom phone into the LAN side (two lines aare assigned). A cable runs from phone to a wireless router. The phone regularly drops calls. Suggestions?
If you know how eo access your configuration control panel then assign a Static IP address or place that assigned address on the other side of the firewall (DMZ). Steve Medley
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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