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  # 1832975 28-Jul-2017 16:22
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[cut] your not on VDSL Jonathan18 ?



Yeah, sorry I had assumed you were on BigPipe UFB, so not quite the same setup as you now stated you're on VDSL.


So, @sbiddle, is it likely that this difference (OP on VDSL; me on UFB) will be the reason why he can't get 2Talk to work, given we're both otherwise using the same router, same VOIP provider and both on a public address with the same ISP using CG-NAT?

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  # 1834568 31-Jul-2017 22:47
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Out of curiosity (because of this GZ post), setup my Vodafone HG659 (not B version) with 2Talk and I was surprised at how quickly I was able to get it working without any problems. I just picked out key bits of information from this post and got it working, very happy. Made a hour long phone call with no problems. Might just ditch the old SPA112. 


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  # 1857197 2-Sep-2017 15:10
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I am on UFB and Spark HG659b modem.  I recently rebooted (not reset just rebooted) my modem and my PAP2T (with 2Talk subscription) dropped out.  Log said 'cannot connect to server'.


After a bit of playing around I found the solution was to go to the router and select 'Internet' then 'Forwarding' then:


A. disable RTSP ALG; and


B. change SIP port from 5060 to 55060.


Now my six DECT phones are back on line.


Unsure why a power reset would cause this outage though - any ideas?



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  # 1857229 2-Sep-2017 16:35
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If i recall correctly, VoIP only works for some types of connections on the BP Firmware.

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