I have a Netcomm NBPlus 4 Wireless Modem/Router and I have now bought, in addition, a D-Link DVG 1402S VOiP Router. I seem to have a problem getting the two to talk to each other prior to configuring the...
Set one of them up in bridging mode.
To get to the admin screen, check the bottom of the voip box to see if it's accessed through another IP.
If you have the voip router plugged into the Netcomm router, the IP address to access the voip is going to be assigned by your netcom. Assuming the voip router isn't serving dhcp addresses (i.e. 192.168.1.100, 192.168.101 and so on)
FYI: Be sure you don't have both routers set up as dhcp servers.
You can acquire the voip router's ip from the admin interface of your netcom router.
If you are wanting to get them to talk to each other through entirely different IP addresses (subnets), create a route in your netcom router for your voip router. Bridging mode may make things easier for you.
Going back: If you have your netcom dishing out ip addresses to wireless and cable users, and you plug in the voip router to the netcom router, your voip router will receive an ip like any other computer on the network. Thus will use the netcoms ip as the default gateway and it gets messy after that --lack of connectivity.
Nov 15, 2017 |
Computers & Internet