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    Re: Finished 11th year with VoipO

    Yea; sorry to hear Lantern is having issues. The ONLY times I've had issues, is when my internet was acting up. Was happening for about 2 weeks. I discovered it was a router on my end. Wasn't my ISP...
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    Finished 11th year with VoipO

    God, how time flies. I got my email today to Renew my VoipO account. I am one of the original Alpha/Beta Testers. I have a "Founder's Account". So I renewed like always. And while I was in my account...
  3. Re: Outbound call quality issues - dropping audio and jittery

    You've got plenty of bandwidth. Take the ATA OUT of the DMZ. Keep it with a static IP address, and set up QOS and dedicate bandwidth to the ATA. If you need to do some indepth troubleshooting,...
  4. Re: multiple SIP devices on one VoipO account behind NAT

    Wanted to say; disregard looking into this. I was able to figure out the problem. Obviously it was a NAT issue; but having both the ATA and IP Phone registering to different servers at voipo,...
  5. multiple SIP devices on one VoipO account behind NAT

    Hey guys, question for you all.

    I've never had a problem with multiple SIP devices; e.g. ATA's on a home network when they are on different voip accounts. That's easy enough.

    What I'm trying to...
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    Re: New Router Configuration

    Chevy; curious about something. When you say "6 Line Voip Phone", do you mean 6 separate voip numbers? And are all 6 all behind a NAT router or do they all have individual static Public IP addresses?...
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    Re: 407 proxy authentication errors

    Not sure of your setup, but it sounds like a firewall/port conflict where it's not allowing the connection.

    Again; not knowing your setup, but the very first thing I do when troubleshooting a voip...
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    Re: New Router Configuration

    P.S. I forgot to mention; some ATA's also have a built in router. Therefor, in that case, it is totally feasible to put that type of ata directly after the DSL or cable modem (WAN) and put your...
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    Re: New Router Configuration

    Chances are, the "WAN", was a DSL type of modem, which was also a router itself. Therefor, your ATA was actually behind a router. Many people do "Double NAT" (Use 2 routers) and don't always even...
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    Re: New Router Configuration

    I recommend that you turn the SIP ALG off in the router. It causes more headaches that it solves. It was really designed for computer based voip type software issues getting through NAT and...
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    Re: Better Pricing?

    Yea, Nettalk is pretty much another version of MagicJack. But I don't think you can compare the quality of Nettalk to VoipO. Then again, some people think an RCA or Philips television is the same...
  12. Re: HT502 - when was in-house wiring limitation identified?

    I know my reply is a little late for the original poster, but it might help some others thinking similarly.

    I've been with voipo since.... well, before Day-1. I was part of their Alpha and Beta...
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    Re: Compatible External Ringer

    Just a quick suggestion. If you want a WORK AROUND for the "REN" issue; all you have to do is buy a "CORDLESS JACK". Even though cordless phones are so popular, they do still make cordless phone...
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    Re: Is there an advantage to a VOIP phone?

    Each customer/user is different. For me, it would be a disadvantage to me having a VOIP phone vs an analog adapter and using traditional analog phones.

    REASON: I have 10 phones in my house. I have...
  15. Re: Is it just me...tickets never seem to get resolved.

    Tony. Not to answer your question about tickets; Tim is definitely taking care of that. But I've been in the phone/telecom/IT/voip business for a long time. A suggestion if you haven't already done...
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    Re: If it ain't broke..... don't fix it

    Thanks for all the replies.

    I finally had some time to pull out all my techno-gear out of one of the walk in closets. (Yes, I have a walk in closet full of technology and no clothes). Pisses the...
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    Re: purpose of mobile voip app

    Definite good use of a softphone. I'm assuming you mean you give out the voipo number because you want to keep the "Cell Phone" number private. That was my main question. In earlier days, I used the...
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    purpose of mobile voip app

    This question is basically for the majority of people who have a cell phone with unlimited minutes/text and a shared data plan. (Basically the way verizon and at&t cellular are set up)

    Question:...
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    Re: If it ain't broke..... don't fix it

    Damn Red. You found posts from me from over 6 years ago. I'm impressed. I can't usually find a note I wrote my wife a week ago. LOL!!!

    I tested a lot of different adapters in the last 10 years. A...
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    Re: If it ain't broke..... don't fix it

    Cool gadget and concept. I'd have to see if it would allow tones to bypass it so I could use just one at the VoIP adapter. If it only allows pulse to enter and must be directly after each phone, I'd...
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    If it ain't broke..... don't fix it

    The last few years have been extremely busy. Kids growing up; graduating college; new jobs; etc... I haven't been on the forum as much as I use to. I've had an account with voipo since..... Well,...
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    Re: SIP Thought Experiment

    Maybe I don't understand your explanation. Let me repeat back what I think you're doing, and tell me if that sounds correct.

    Your CsipSimple app is configured for your voipo account. Your home...
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    Re: Port Forwarding vs. DMZ & UPnP

    Honestly, if I was going to have 3 or more voip devices; which is getting similar to having a number of servers, I would pay my ISP to give me a "Block" of static IP's and I'd leave them off of the...
  24. Re: Time for new router; Anyone used the TP-Link Archer C7 successfully?

    Sorry for not replying sooner. I was on multiple business trips to the west and east coasts.

    To answer your questions. I have one of the original PAP2 just like Burris does. I have used some of...
  25. Re: Time for new router; Anyone used the TP-Link Archer C7 successfully?

    Can't speak about the TP-Link archer. But if you're soliciting suggestions for a router, I really like the Netgear R7000 nighthawk. Yes, it's one of the more pricier routers, but it's fast, stable,...
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