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Cant call out local or long distance.Phone number dialed want ring.WHY!!!

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I assume you are talking about using a VOIP device such as vonage to make the calls? There are a fw things that will stop it from working. One is that the setup on the voip unit is wrong. It needs to know the gateway number which is just the ip number of the normal router connected to the cable or dsl modem. It can also be a port setting in your router. To see if this is the problem you can try connecting the voip device directly to the modem. Then try to make a call. If it works then you know it is a port or an ip setting. If it doesn't you could have a faulty voip device or it isn't being authorized by the company.

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