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Topic # 159902 16-Dec-2014 18:37
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Inbound calls work but can't make any phone calls regardless of what number.

Called Slingshot tech support and was told everything is ok, but tried on three different devices that used to work (PC Xlite/Router integrated ATA/Obitalk 110) all the same problem.

I noticed my italk password has recently changed (it's a system generated one and was told it shouldn't change) not sure whether that's related, I have updated all my settings with the new password though.





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  Reply # 1198772 17-Dec-2014 06:23
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Are you using a Slingshot supplied router, if so what model. I had no end of trouble getting Italk setup. turned out to be the VDSL router that Slingshot supplied is not up to the task. i replaced it with an asus router and Italk worked, plus another minor network issue I was having went away as well.

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  Reply # 1198844 17-Dec-2014 08:59
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No I am using a ZyXel VDSL router with built in Voip, also tried a dedicated ATA as well as XLite





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