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IP address We recently started having problems losing internet connectivity. Once the connection is dropped, and we attempt to restart the router, modem, and our motorola vt1005v voice terminal, there is no dialtone on our phone. Many times during the startup, the LED blinks twice indicating that it needs an IP address assigned by the router. I've updated the firmware for the router to see if it would solve the issue, but no dice. We've not made any changes to either hardware or software prior to this problem.

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Re: IP address


connect the computer to the Voice terminal VT1005v( WAN port)<---PC and check the ip address on the computer which should be "192.168.102.X". Open the web interface of voice terminal ( type in " " in the address-bar of your internet browser ). you can see the Restore Factory Defaults button and click on it. So you can reset the device. After that, reboot the your whole network.

hope this will fix your problem

Posted on Oct 25, 2007

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