Netgear Voice Adaptor TA612V and Netgear DG814 setup

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by david.holman, Mar 13, 2006.

  1. david.holman

    david.holman Guest

    Has anyone got same setup as me and can help?
    I have just purchased a Netgear Voice Adaptor TA612V and wish to
    connect it to my Broadband via a Netgear DG814 and so far have drawn a
    blank with any connectivity info I can find (Voice adaptor setup
    paperwork and Sipgate helpdesk).
    My ISP is BT Broadband

    Any help would be appreciated.

    david.holman, Mar 13, 2006
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  2. david.holman

    Jim Guest


    In what way are your drawing a blank?

    As I understand it, you connect the TA612V to the LAN (rear of the DG814)
    and away you go. Of course unless it came pre-configured, you'll have to
    set up an IP address to match that of your existing LAN and configure the
    settings for sipgate. Where are youhaving problems with getting it going?

    Jim, Mar 13, 2006
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  3. david.holman

    Ivor Jones Guest

    Don't know what the differences are between the 814 and the 834 but a
    quick search of Sipgate's help pages came up with this:

    May be of some help..? If not let me know and I'll see what I can find

    Ivor Jones, Mar 13, 2006
  4. david.holman

    david.holman Guest

    Thanks for the replies,
    you are correct in the setup (ta612v connected to rear of 814, I have
    PC connected into ethernet socket on 612)
    PC works ok to access internet, I can web browse to the 612 and check
    set up, which shows that the registration state is idle (help pages say
    it should show "success")
    it also should show the phone number set up with my sipgate account.
    According to the help pages this would be due to the 612 unable to
    connect to internet or has not connected to voip server.
    I have checked the sipgate help page, it does show connection to a
    netgear 834, except the my 814 does not have the inbound services part
    david.holman, Mar 14, 2006
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