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#62626 10-Jun-2010 23:24
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I am moving back to NZ from Australia and will be working from home over the internet.

My employer is an Australian company and I will be making frequent calls within Australia, so I have a DID service through FaktorTel.

I will be using a dedicated SIP phone (Lynksis SPA942).

What is the best router to use with this? All I know is that SIP-ALG should be disabled.

Thanks

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  #340500 11-Jun-2010 01:18
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Draytek.

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  #340545 11-Jun-2010 10:30
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I am using a Linksys WRT54GL with DD-WRT and it's fine - two VoIP lines here.





 

 

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  #340591 11-Jun-2010 12:19
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nate: Draytek.


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  #340960 12-Jun-2010 14:57
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Maybe one who can manage QoS for best performance. I like tu use Mikrotik RouterOS with some queues for better quality in some resources (http, https, VoIP...).


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  #340980 12-Jun-2010 17:09
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Thanks to everyone

I'll read up on those

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  #345418 25-Jun-2010 23:13
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I ordered the SIP phone (Linksys SPA942) because FaktorTel said I should test it before I leave Australia.

I assembled the phone, plugged it into my existing router (DG834G v3, Firmware V4.01.40) and it worked OK, therefore do I need to change the router?

Does the brand of router affect the QOS?

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