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I am afraid that there are incompatibilities between speedstream 6520 and Voip service. I will need to look at this a little bit further but I think the only workaround is a firmware update. (modified version of the original)
The P.I.N. is the Personal Identification Number. The user sets the number upon the initial installation. Apparently, you are not the original owner. I would suggest that you contact that person and obtain the P.I.N.
Unfortunately, if you set up a PIN or Password lock on the unit, there is no way to unlock it without using the correct input. If you cannot remember the correct input, the equipment must be sent in to Gateway for service to remove the password or PIN.
you need to check the settings since most providers has different IP addresses or different settings. you might need to reset the device in order for it to detect the settings of the new provider. I suggest you get info from the provider and read your device manual.
First of all check whetherdsl yellow light is on or not. if it is not on then contact bsnl local branch. otherwise remove dsl line from modem. Then
open internet explorer
edit pppoe 0_35_1
connect DSL line.
The ISP service TADAUST is offering this particular plan for broadband.
256 / 64 kbps
The reason that I am telling you this is because the download speed required forvoip service is at least 512/512 kbps (estimate an average 300/300 kbps (30kilobytes/per second) to make it work from your end to the other and backwards) If the speed is not enough the line will suffer cuts and breakouts.
Therefore even if we set this system up it may be too slow to be able to have any functionality for telephony service.
Can you please verify with me that this is the plan you own?
Many regards EngineerGR
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