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Vonage VoIP Woes...

Posted on 2004-09-01
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I am having a bit of a problem...

I am a verizon business dsl subscriber, and they have decided to change my IP addreses again (for the third time this year!).
The problem is that I use Vonage for VoIP, more specifically their Motorola VT100 box to allow me to use a conventional phone for VoIP.

I have misplaced the installation instructions from 4-5 months ago, and I need to know how to get back into the Web Based Configuration Client on the VT100 so that I am not without phones for a while...

I am posting here because it is kinda difficult to call tech support without a phone, and I know that you guys are really great at providing the answers to any form of techie problem...

Thanks,
Tyson Edwards
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i believe the default IP is 192.168.102.1, but i am not sure that is from the top of my head.

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If you are plugged into it, it should distribute IP addresses in this range and you should be able to access from a web browser http://192.168.102.1

If for some reason you have the DHCP server turned off on the vonage router then setup your PC once connected into it with this info:

Address: 192.168.102.100
subnet: 255.255.255.0
gateway: 192.168.102.1

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Here is website with what looks to be most of the installation manual on the web....thanks tigerdirect/vonage.

http://tigerdirect.vonage.com/installation_stepbystep.php

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