and that switch provides internet and phone to desks throughout the office.
At each desk there is one ethernet outlet that first goes into grandstream phones and from the phones into the computer for internet.
The quality of the phone calls however has been terrible for quite some time and I would like to make the following changes to help remedy it.
- Install a new switch; the current one only goes up to 100Mbps.
- Get a faster internet connection, possibly separate the internet from phone line i.e. get internet through cable and phone through dsl.
- separate the internet and phone internally i.e. have the grandstream router handle just the phone and purchase an additional router for just the internet.
My question is (besides any suggestions you might have to the above) can I change my office setup to the following witout laying a second ethernet line to each desk:
Verizon DSL Modem
Internet Router - Phone Router (Grandstream)
and then to each desk.
Would this work? Can the internet router and phone router both be connected to the switch and provide connection through one single cable to each desk?
Essentially the internet (DSL) line coming into the office will be split and routed to the granstream router for phone service and routed to a d-link router for internet service and then brought back together again by being connected to the office switch.
Is this technically possible? I'd have to disable the internet service of the grandstream router of course.
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