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Multiple problems with WRT54G

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by Anonymous, Dec 1, 2005.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I just bought this router and am begining to think I should take it back.

    1. Problems with setting up a PS2 on the DMZ. PS2 can detect internet connection but always fails at DNAS authentication. Errors point to DNS issues. The settiings on my PS2 are set to static.

    2. I have VOIP and two networked (wired) pc's - The PC's are set to DHCP. If my pc's have internet access, my phone won't connect. If my phone connects, I don't have internet access on my PC's. I am using cable internet that gets its IP automatically. I have tried multiple things. I can ping my router but can't ping anything on the internet. from the router I can ping the internet. I can't ping my pc's from the router however which is wierd unless the router is only designed to ping out and not in. I have played with the QOS and nothing seems to help. I have rebooted the router, the cable modem, powered on/off the phone. Rebooted the PC's. It's crazy!!
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I forgot to add the firmware version is 1.00.20
    I am not sure what version of router this is only thing on the box is WRTP54G
  3. gaster

    gaster Network Guru Member

    version is on the bottom of the router or just tell us the first 4 characters of the serial number
    or search here for answers
  4. NateHoy

    NateHoy Network Guru Member

    The WRTP54G is a Vonage router. I know it well, because I have one. It uses Vonage-customized firmware, and most of the good stuff is not accessible. I just put a WRT54G HyperWRT in front of my WRTP54G the other day because the WRTP54G is, well, great as a phone adapter.

    It sounds to me like you have some sort of setup issue on your network. But it is also possible that you have a defective router. First, take your PS out of the DMZ and try a simpler configuration. The PS may be demanding too many ports that need to be forwarded elsewhere (just a theory).

    PS: You might also want to try the Vonage Forums at www.vonage-forum.com - or call Customer Service.

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