I have a Handytone 486 (Rev 2.0) that I am setting up for VoIP, so as I can start using it next month. Now in the instructions, it says to put it between your modem and your router (using WAN and LAN ports on the ATA).
What I would like to do instead, is just run it off a port on the router, so internet traffic doesn't pass through it. Is this possible? Also, would I need an uplink port on the router etc...
Thomson ST536v6 > Linksys WRT54GL running Gargoyle firmware > LAN/WiFi clients
I'd like to put the ATA in where the LAN clients are, so as I can track data etc...
ATA manual can be found here: http://www.grandstream.com/user_manuals/HandyTone-486UserManual.pdf