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Packet8 VoiP problems

Discussion in 'Sveasoft Firmware' started by Spyfy, Sep 7, 2004.

  1. Spyfy

    Spyfy Network Guru Member

    I cannot get Packet8 to work w/ Satori nor any of the other latest hacked firmwares. Wifi-box is the only think I've had success with. I read over at sveasoft.com on the forums that they might be able to code a workaround into the next release of Alchemy. Any chance on an update of Satori to fix this problem? It seems to be a problem caused by Linksys as their latest firmware doesn't work for Packet8 either. All you get after dialing a number is a fast busy signal. You do get a dialtone when first picking up phone however. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. dealdoug

    dealdoug Network Guru Member

    I am using packet8 with the satori firmware without problem. Do you have DHCP turned on?
     
  3. Spyfy

    Spyfy Network Guru Member

    No. I'm using static IP's for everything on the network including my DTA. Any help on how you have it set up would be appreciated.
     
  4. Spyfy

    Spyfy Network Guru Member

    Seems the MTU=Auto might be the source of the problem. I set it to manual=1500 and I've got it working now. So far so good.
     
  5. Spyfy

    Spyfy Network Guru Member

    Spoke too soon. Packet8 working with Satori, but can't get the WRT54G and WAP54g communicating with it. I give up. I'll hang with Wifi-box for now. Thanks for help.
     
  6. dealdoug

    dealdoug Network Guru Member

    You can use static ip's on local net and still have dhcp server on. I use ip's below 192.168.1.100 for static assignments and then dhcp starts at .100 and goes to .150. I do not think the DTA will allow you to assign it a static ip address, so let the router give it one above .100 Just set dhcp to enable midway down on the first page up router setup. You could also enable static dhcp located on the administration page but it is not necessary. I am also using auto mtu so I do not think thats the answer.
     
  7. Spyfy

    Spyfy Network Guru Member

    Yes, the DTA will let you assign it a static IP. I've had Packet8 for over a year now and it's always been on a static IP. Just click LAN, then LAN settings and enter the information. FYI I went ahead and tried with DHCP on and got same result.
     

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