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12th September 2005 at 08:03 #30130SaadGuest
I’m trying to setup a voip network with quintum tenor AXT analog. I have a satellite internet with broadband modem (Idirect netmodem). they gave me a subnet mask of 255.255.255.248 which gives me a 6 usable IP’s. The modem have 1 public IP and I would probably use one IP to share the internet using ICS host. what I want to know is what is the best solution for my Tenor so that i can use voip. should I have a switch after the netmodem and give a public ip the tenor or should I just plug the tenor the switch behind the ICS host ? or is there some better solutions.
Saad14th September 2005 at 20:28 #30131PaulGuest
I would recommend you keep the tenor the far side of ICS, i,e on a switch – I have come across some issues when using tenors behind PC running ICS. if you want any further email me on : email@example.com October 2005 at 20:47 #30132pat maherGuest
please send more info on this could be interested
pat18th October 2005 at 14:26 #30133KatherineGuest
Hello everybody!!! I need information about VoIP but just basic and simple things such as what is VoIP? how conveniant is it if the power goes down or if there is not internet for a couple hours? is it really the cheapest way to communicate long distance? am i able to make a phone call from my computer to a regular phone that doesn’t work with IP?
Thanks I’ll be looking forward to ur answers
PSD: all other input about this technology is welcome