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ashtonaut

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  #1604566 4-Aug-2016 20:08
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As a final confirmaton for the record, after switching from Spark VDSL to Spark UFB, 2talk VOIP now works. Same modem, same Spark account, same 2talk account, same device settings.

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  #1632326 17-Sep-2016 21:35
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So no UFB available where I am. Did anyone manage to figure out a workaround for the SPARK HG659b VoIP over VDSL?


 
 
 
 


ashtonaut

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  #1632370 18-Sep-2016 08:34
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I gave up I'm afraid. Borrowed a FritzBox until UFB was available.

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  #1636956 20-Sep-2016 23:53
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Damn.
Just tried a Vodafone hg659 and still didn't work :(

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  #1648544 10-Oct-2016 14:14
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ashtonaut: I gave up I'm afraid. Borrowed a FritzBox until UFB was available.

 

So can you confirm the FritzBox worked on VDSL with VOIP?

 

I've been having an impossible time trying to configure our 2talk phones to work after a move and new connection - ADSL with 2degrees - No problem, UFB with 2degrees - No problem.

 

VDSL with Spark - GRRRRRRR!!!!

 

If its just a case of grabbing a FritzBox I'll do that.

 

Thanks, Dan


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  #1648571 10-Oct-2016 15:14
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soundplusnz:

 

ashtonaut: I gave up I'm afraid. Borrowed a FritzBox until UFB was available.

 

So can you confirm the FritzBox worked on VDSL with VOIP?

 

I've been having an impossible time trying to configure our 2talk phones to work after a move and new connection - ADSL with 2degrees - No problem, UFB with 2degrees - No problem.

 

VDSL with Spark - GRRRRRRR!!!!

 

If its just a case of grabbing a FritzBox I'll do that.

 

Thanks, Dan

 

 

Just get an ATA....

 

Cisco SPA112, Yeastar TA100 (or TA200), Grandstream whatever.... They will all do a better job than the router.


ashtonaut

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  #1648594 10-Oct-2016 16:02
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Yes, I can confirm that a Fritz 7390 worked fine with 2talk and Spark VDSL.

 
 
 
 


soundplusnz
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  #1648607 10-Oct-2016 16:11
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ashtonaut: Yes, I can confirm that a Fritz 7390 worked fine with 2talk and Spark VDSL.

Thank you.
I may take our 7390 from home (running on fibre) and swap it over with the HG659b.
Or I may just buy another 7390 lol - at the risk of upsetting the wife & kids it may be the safest option.
Best, Dan

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  #1649340 11-Oct-2016 16:54
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For those interested, I have it working on the HG659b.

 

Turns out it was a TCP setting in the phone setup - defaulted to UDP on the SIP Transport.

 

Message waiting light also to off, now all lines appear and I have voicemail on each one, flags a message and indicator when theres a VM and all lines ring as they should.

 

Beer for me tonight!cool

 

Best,

 

Dan


ashtonaut

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  #1649397 11-Oct-2016 18:28
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So you're saying you got 2talk VOIP working on Spark VDSL with a 659b? Congrats - where were you when I started this topic?!?! :)

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  #1663142 3-Nov-2016 10:05
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Which part was the solution??





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Dulouz
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  #1663154 3-Nov-2016 10:16
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old3eyes:

 

Which part was the solution??

 

 

 

 

"Turns out it was a TCP setting in the phone setup - defaulted to UDP on the SIP Transport."

 

 

 

You need to change the transport setting from UDP to TCP.





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  #1663156 3-Nov-2016 10:19
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Thanx for that  info.  I guess this worked OK before you got the new router?? 





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Dulouz
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  #1663158 3-Nov-2016 10:20
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old3eyes:

 

Thanx for that  info.  I guess this worked OK before you got the new router?? 

 

 

 

 

Yes - I had a TG589 and UDP wasn't an issue.





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  #1663159 3-Nov-2016 10:21
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Dulouz:

 

old3eyes:

 

Thanx for that  info.  I guess this worked OK before you got the new router?? 

 

 

 

 

Yes - I had a TG589 and UDP wasn't an issue.

 

 

Thanx..





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