Ask Mac Questions and Get Answers from Experts ASAP
Hi there, I'm Tim and will be assisting you today. I have over 15 Years as an Engineer and have been with eBay, DoD and many others. I will do my VERY BEST to help you. If you like i can offer remote access and a call. In addition, with any positive rating I will support your question going forward for free.
Yeah, if it does not have a VOIP built in. SO you will need a 3rd party voip option like Vontage or ooma, which will connect directly to your router, and your phones will then connect to it, It's the same idea as having it built in, but probably better.
Both are available in the States, and i'd assume over seas as well. There are also other competitors, but this is your work around. Let me know if you have more questions! Also please rank me in the upper right hand corner of of your screen, with any positive rating i provide free support on the same question
I know, sorry, thats my into -=} I had to take some time to find the above for you which will fix that wiring issue.
Not true, you can't have both routers on one network, they can't work together unless DHCP is turned off on one, who ever told you that is misinformed.
The only way to do it is turn DHCP off on the older router and try that route, but that will probably be very unstable.
If your voip is free with your ISP, I can see not wanting to use one of the services mentioned, in which case you might want to try turning off DHCP on the old router and hooking it up to new router, then phone to Older router.
Anne, let me know if this does not make sense.
The processor would be to log into old routers interface and turn off DHCP, then plug into ant ports 1-4 on new router, you will need to obtain the ip address of the older router to log in.
Sure, let me know if you need more help, or a call. I can call international. Please do leaving a rating if you get a chance, thank you.