My voip (Vonage) is connected to the wireless router. When I use my vonage phone my wireless connection stops. Wireless doesnt work when phone (VOIP) is in use. I thought the same should happen if I connect through LAN to WL520GU. But LAN kept was working parallelly to the phone.
I'm using comcast cable internet connection.
Please let me know if there is any configuration change that can solve the problem.
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More than likely you need to enable split tunneling on vpn settings in router. If Vonage uses a vpn tunnel like other VOIP services do, then it is probably encrypting all traffic on your Internet/WAN interface. With split tunneling enabled it will only encrypt traffic to and from Vonage. I'm making a few assumptions here, but it should be worth a check.
Just saw your post, so please accept my apologies for being almost a month late in responding, as I only joined this service on March 26th.
1. When a modem has both usb and ethernet, only ONE of the two should be used as most isp modems will allow one or the other.
2. Your Vonage should be discreet and not intermingled with the rest of your system. It would be better to connect the Vonage to a router, and not the router to the Vonage. iow, do not connect the Vonage modem between the isp's modem and your router.
3. denigration of service or slowdown is typical with VOIP if more than 2 systems whether telephone or other systems are connected, due to the ringer voltage splitting that occurs when you put more units on the Vonage, or any other Voip modem. One ISP solves this by providing separate outputs for Voip and Ethernet.
Observation of these rules should speed up your system.
Make sure your the internet is working fine on the router. If it is, you need to call vonage and have them activate the phone ports of the router. The phone ports on the back of the router needs to be registered first through vonage. That should do it.
You might want to see if it is a cordless phone if it is interfering with the router? If they are at the same frequencies they can interfere with each causing each other not to work.. I have had that happen to my Linksys phone and Router
hello sir iam working for voip and iam a tech? and u r using linksys pap2 which is not a router its just a phone adapter so it will work through a router so try this first is ur modem is a modem router and u have 4 ether net port on it and u can able to access inter net through hard wired and connect this pap 2 adapter through one of the ether net jack on the modem router (ut starcom)>an dit has a fire wall which block ur voice signals so u need to open some ports on it try this link to open all ports and u need to try this with a pc which connected through hard wired on the modem router go to through this link http://www.portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/UTStarcom/UT-300R2U/Vonage.htm
and also disable the fire wall on the router screen and reboot the linksys pap2 and ur ut star com modem router also and connect ur phone directly to phone jack 1 on the pap 2 device if u have any issues let me know and rate me solved if its helps thx