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Topic # 202014 13-Sep-2016 20:02
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I will be upgrading to VDSL in the next week and going naked, and I have purchased a Netcomm NF4V VDSL modem/Router which has a reasonable reputation.It has voip capabilities. I intend to continue using my old TP_Link VG3631 as the VOIP router if possible, relocated closer to the usage area, so cordless reception would be better, and also to extend the wifi area.

 

My question is: How do I get the 2Talk voip data extended through the Netcomm to the TP-Link router? After installing the Netcomm router, I have been able to make out-going calls from the TP-Link through the Netcomm in the past, although incoming calls did not work because I had stupidly diverted incoming calls to my landline, so I changed some settings and now nothing works; incoming or outgoing.

 

I could utilize spare cat5 pairs to extend the phone lines through to the working area, although this solution is not so elegant.

 

 


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  Reply # 1628934 13-Sep-2016 21:20
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Try changing the TP-Link to use SIP port 50600 to connect to 2talk (instead of port 5060). This will allow the VoIP traffic from the TP-Link to bypass the SIP ALG in the Netcomm. 2talk have their SIP servers configured to listen on both ports to enable this type of workaround.


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