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D-link dir-001 won't accept incoming voip testing calls

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Posted on Jan 31, 2008

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What you need to do is long into your router's configuration. For the D-links, all you have to do is open internet explorer. Type in 192.168.0.1 on the address bar and press enter. Once you get into the log in page, type in your username and password (not the same one as your wireless password). If you don't know. Try admin for username and leave password blank. It should work if you have not change the default password. Once inside the configuration page. Go to Advance, click on QoS engine on the left. Input the IP address of the VoIP box in the "source ip" , type in a name for your rule and select 1 for priority and input your ports for your VoIP box. The best thing you want to do is put your VoIP box before your router. That way you get better quality.

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SOURCE: DIR-655 does not allow Avaya VOIP phone to work

You need to check the DHCP configuration on your router. Also try setting up a static IP on your VOIP phone & try.

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This router does have Voice Over Internet Protocol capabilities.

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It's possible to use the iPhone's field test mode to see what Network Operating Mode is for the network - to do this, first disable 3G, then go into field test mode by dialing *3001#12345#* from the phone app keypad then pressing call, then go to GSM Cell Environment -> GPRS Information, and scroll down to "Network Operating Mode".

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I'm stunned that a problem of this magnitude (which is not really the phones fault at all, but is made far worse by turning on push notifications and background email checking) has been seemingly covered up and glossed over for so long - the O2 UK forum has a message thread with over 500 people complaining of frequent missed calls, with no official acknowledgement from O2 on what the cause is, with the only suggestion being to turn off push notifications. (Which will ease the problem but won't cure it)

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Perhaps someone like Planner could comment on why networks might not be using mode 001, I'm assuming it either has some drawbacks or compatibility problems with some phones, or is an added cost to support. Is there any likelyhood of this ever changing ?

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