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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 12907 12-Apr-2007 22:35
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Ok, this is a weird one.  I've been using VFX for a few weeks now, but this morning, I was unable to hear anyone on incoming calls.  They could hear me, but I could not hear them.  If, however, I called them, we could enjoy duplex conversation.

I had not made any recent changes to my router connected to my TC cable modem.

After discussion with tech support, and trying a few things, I put the SPA2102 infront of the router and it started to work normally again.  I then reset my Actiontec wireless cable router back to factory settings, and set it up as I had before with nothing configured for NAT, and it still does not work.  Even though it had been working fine for a few weeks.

So, for the time being I have my SPA2102 acting as a router ( inconvenient because my phone cables are some distance away ), with one wireless phone attached, and my other line forwarding to the other.

I guess I have to blame my Actiontec router ... but it seems so odd that it should work before, and not now.



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 66986 12-Apr-2007 22:48
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see this thread (and others) http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=65&topicid=12442&page_no=3#66985



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 68348 24-Apr-2007 20:11
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And it seems to have started working again .... very odd.


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