Vonage adapter with USR 5461 router?

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by David E., Feb 1, 2006.

  1. David E.

    David E. Guest

    Anyone,

    I'm considering ordering Vonage for our line 2 at home. All of the adapters
    on the Vonage website have built-in routers, which I don't think I need,
    because I already have a working USRobotics 5461 wireless router with which
    I am happy.

    My inclination would be to get the free Linksys RTP300 adapter, which has
    the built-in wired router. Can I (or do I need to) shut the router function
    off on the Linksys? Will it interfere with my USR router?

    Bottom line: will this setup work?

    Thanks so much!

    David
     
    David E., Feb 1, 2006
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