I have been using the 2 phone port wrtp 54 G router for some time. Recently I am unable to make call. I do not get dial tone when connected through router. I can use my phone line independantly so there seem to be no problem with phone line.
I am in India and brought the router from USA. India.
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I'm not sure why you think you should be getting dial tone out of a wireless router? If you have bundled service thru your ISP and they are providing phone service then they will provide another device that plugs into your router and connects to your phone jack. This device provides the dial tone.
Don't you require an RJ-11 for a phone line, cause I don't see one on this model? In any case, the ATM protocol should be handled by the ISP modem, and the router should just pick up the established network over Ethernet.
Connect the ISP modem to main uplink port. Then connect pc to any other port. Done. Some models come with a setup disc, but not absolutely required.
a POTs (plain old telephone) line should never be connected to a router. that adsl filter does not make a phone line share a data line.
ADSL is a type of internet service supplied over a phone line. think of it as raw (unusable) when its on the phone line. then you use your dsl filter/splitter to feed the raw internet into a special dsl modem and the other port can be used by a standard phone.
you will know a dsl modem when you see it because its uplink or internet port will only be big enough to fit a phone cord into, not an internet cord. these dsl modems then feed usable internet to your routers and all devices on your network. but, like i said before, at this point it is too late for your phone and internet to share the same wire.
OK, thats not entirely true
pin out of RJ45 internet
1,2,3+6 are used in a typical network
if your network is typical you can "get fancy" and use 4,5,7+8 for telephone or even put 2 data lines on the same wire (not recommended for long distances). however, this may involve cutting some wires and splicing them together or something.
is that the first time you install the printer? you need to set up and do port forwarding or triggering specially if your laptop can go online using your router wirelessly. call your router manufacturer to open the port and get the port number from the manufacturer of the printer. make sure as well your printer is compatible with your router.
it easy plug your big plug rg 45 cable from the 2010 into your port 1 on your router then buy more rg45 cable from comp store plug it into port 2 then into comp 1 plug another one into port 3 on your router and plug it into other comp. everything should work xp will pick up and install anything needed. have fun surfing
Sorry but that seems to be a pretty convoluted explanation. Here is how it should go. Vonage unit connected to phone line(s) and cable modem. Linksys connected to Vonage box. Computers connected to Linksys. Ethernet has a length limitation of about 300 feet before you need another switch (hub) or a repeater. Does your wire length exceed this?