Firmware 4 wrt54G send logs via email? Best firmware 4 Voip?

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by Riker0007, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. Riker0007

    Riker0007 Network Guru Member

    I have a Dlink router 524 that can send me logs via email which is nice since it sends me an update when it changes. Got the linksys because I am having issues with my PAP2 Voip unit and was hoping this would fix it.
    What's the best fimware for vonage and what settings?
  2. XCOM7

    XCOM7 Network Guru Member

    There is now firmware you can get to work with vonage nether there is settings you can change your self for Vonage all that info is property of Vonage.

    So you ether get there ATA or you pretty much screw.
  3. Guyfromhe

    Guyfromhe Network Guru Member

    what problems are you having with your PAP2?
    if you got the linksys router/voip box you can't put custom firmware on that.
    I have a pap2 and it works fine is the unit itself broken or have you tried mulitple pap2s?
  4. Riker0007

    Riker0007 Network Guru Member

    I have a Dlink 524 router and it was connected to a Motorola sb5100 and then the PAP2 was connected to the Dlink. From there I had a gigabit switch that was connected to my pc for 1000 speed transfer within my network. I am getting really choppy sound on the vonage and most of the time it is when no other pc is turned on. I've tired only the pap connected to the dlink and still choppy. I had adelphia test the line and even come out they said I was getting 6mb dl and 786k upload. I ran some test my self and even vonage says I should be able to have 11 phone lines. I also test with just the pap2 connected to the motorola still choppy. That's when I thought that if I got a new router the wrt54g that since it had Qos settings it might help. I hate to spend the extra money on another router. I still have a befrs41 and a wpa11 linksys's routers. I really don't need a wireless one as I have two 108g access points, one upstairs and one down. I was going to try to replace the modem itself. I finnally got through to someone who was knowledgeable at vonage. He told me the SIp function would make it choppy.
    So I am not sure if I need this new router or how to get this damn PAP2 to work without being choppy ( I still haven't canceled my verizon as I am worried about having to set up landline service again).
    Any info would be appreciated.
  5. Guyfromhe

    Guyfromhe Network Guru Member

    he told you SIP would make your phone calls chioppy?
    if you hook the pap2 right up to the modem it's still choppy?
    have you tried returning the pap2 for another one?
    do you experience packet loss while talking on the phone?
    do your ping times change drastically when your talking?
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