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# 258562 10-Oct-2019 03:59
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i think my fritzbox is on the way out(frequent disconnects) but my only other modem to test my line with is a Huawei HG659 it has voip capabilities ,but ive never been able to get my 2talk VOIP to work with it ,maybe im doing something wrong ?although i read somewhere of other people having issues due to a combination of bigpipe ,gnat and VDSL and, but i was never able to confirm this , i do have a static IP with BP.

 

the voip works flawlessly on my old fritz , good router , pity its dying. so i cant understand why on gods green earth the router supplied by bigpipe wouldnt work with 2talk ?

 

i get this message in the HG659 router log :

 

Registering with VoIP number 07216XXXX Register server sip.2talk.co.nz failed: Reason: no answer from remote station received.

 

anyway , i do have a linksys wrp400 i can use , but when i try to use 2talk device provisioning , it has the option for a few devices , but i dont know if the wrp400 is a PAP2T device or a SPAXXX or neither , or how i auto provision it , i find the voice settings in the router quiet daunting to configure .

 

 

 

any suggestions anyone ? as im considering ditching both my ISP and VOIP providers because of it , and going back to good old fashion POTS system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 2333622 10-Oct-2019 06:30
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WRP400 is an ethernet device so you would want a VDSL bridge in front of it, Tagged VLAN10 on the DSL side and untagged on the Ethernet side then use PPPoE on your WRP400

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