Connecting VOIP device without having any router, but wifi intern
Hello, I'm connected through wifi to the internet,it's provided from my neigbour, so i don't have any router at home,can any body tell me how can I connect my VoIP linksys spa2102-r directly from my computer?
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Re: connecting VOIP device without having any router, but...
Hi yvo2000. Sorry, you cant do that. That router (well, the SPA2102) needs a cable from your neighbor's router in order to provide internet to the POTS jacks. Please don't forget to rate my answer if it helped you. Thank you :D
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Sorry. I think you are asking something what is not possible. Your phone does connect to the provider, with a sim card. it has an unique code and you can't copy it. Your provider does need this information, to bill your usage on the phone network. Without a Sim, no connection to the phone network, because no cell tower will connect you. (No service on the phone)
As soon as you want to work on WiFi, you need a WiFi router close to the phone. The maximum distance a WiFi router can be away is about 100 meters in open air. In a house or building it is much less.
To connect to such a wireless router, you need to have permission from the owner. Because he (most of the time) did setup the router with an identification name and a password. All connections you can see under settings and WiFi, are close to you. The ones you see with a little padlock are protected with a password. The ones without a padlock are open.
To access the internet yourself, you should have an internet connection in your house and a wireless router.
So I'm afraid without a sim or without an open WiFi connection to the internet, no soup for you. Pin codes won't work without any connection.
The two wireless routers THINK they are directly connected to the Internet and they prevent the WAN side ports from being pinged so hackers can't find out you have a device on the Internet. The devices will let you to the Internet without any problems, why do you need to ping from the router to the WiFi routers anyway. all of that is your internal network.... One thing that might fix this is if you can put the WiFi routers in BRIDGE mode. Some routers will let you do that, some won't. Don't put the router that is facing the internet into bridge mode. hackers will be able to see your whole network.
Your ISP should have given you the following information... Static IP, Internet IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, Static DNS 1-3. With that information at hand, follow tis link to the router user manual and go to Page 11 of the manual to go through the step by step process of setting the router up for an internet connection.
Try getting a router that has one in/4 out between modem n voip. Your voip unit should have an RJ45 connector to connect to router, not your computer. The USB connector might be to connect the voip to a different type of router, and will not be used. The 2 phone connectors are for two different phone lines that your voip provider can provide you with.
If your wireless VoIP router was provided by your VoIP provider they will usually lock this option on the router since they have pre-configured the voice settings(sip server, phone number, password, codecs) before they deliver the device to your location. if you have a working internet connection already you can give your VoIP proiver a call so that they can remotely check the voice settings on their end to verify if it's working or not.
Hello, there are several reasons too this, but the most common ones is:
- You have maxed out your bandwith. Solution: Limit download and upload from filesharing. (need 256kBs free both ways to perform a good qualtiy voip call). Turn of web radios, webcams, video streaming. Encrypt wireless network
- Your Voip service provider cant keep alive registrasion link between their server and your voip device. Solution: assuming you have both a modem and router, try to connect voip device directly to modem, if problem is solved you should try to upgrade firmware in router or by a new one (pref: Linksys). If problem still occures you should try to contact your broadband provider and get them to do a 24hr scan for datapackage loss on your connection (if they find datapackage loss, then its their job to fix the problem). If none of this works conntact your voip service provider and get them to send you a new voip device.
This is not a final solution, but it shold be a good guide to start with. i can give you much more detailed support on this issue, but then i need more details to analyse the problem further.
Try connecting router directly to the modem and the laptop to the router and see if your laptop can get out onto the internet. If you cannot, then your router might not be handing out IPs to the devices on the internal network. You can enable the DHCP server on the router using the administrative web interface at http://192.168.1.1.
If you can get out onto the internet with your laptop behind your router then look at defining a DHCP reservation on your router for your VoIP phone and then forwarding the following to your phone: 5061 UDP 5060 UDP 10000-20000 UDP
These are common ports amonst the VoIP providers.
Hope this works, if not we'll give it another shot.