Hey guys, hope I can get some advice from you on this one...
Just got my Optik installed over the weekend, and everything was working except that the laptop was connected wirelessly to the router, instead of wired. So, to fix it I ended up tearing apart the network and putting it all together. No the problem is that my Voip from Primus doesn't dial-out (nothing but dialtone when I press the buttons on the phone).
What is VERY weird is that if I unplug the Voip router from the network, the phone works! Well, I can dial out but I can't receive any calls. I haven't checked the rats-nest of the wiring, but I think the line-in from the phone jack on the wall is shared with the line-in to the new modem, and I'm using Telus' network for outdial.
Anyways, my old configuration with Telus TV worked perfectly where I (if I remember correctly) had this setup:
Modem -> Switch -> Voip
|-> Dl-524 router -> Wired Network
| \-> Wireless Network
\-> TTV Set top box
Now it's this:
Modem -> Telus Router -> Switch -> Voip
|-> TTV Set top box
\-> Wired & Wireless Network
I'm thinking if I put switch between the modem and the new Dlink Telus router, that may give the Voip box its dedicated connection as well as give the Router its own segment on the lan.
I guess I'm here asking for advice.
What configuration would allow Voip to work properly and wired/wireless to work all nice and friendly?
Thanks in advance,