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Router + Voip switch


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Irothz

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ok, I'll just get strait to it.

my internet provider is Breadbandsbolaget, sweden
I ordered Broadband and IP phone from them.
they sent me a wireless VoIP switch, no installation manual, but alot of info about IP phone and how it works. very funny :wave:

So we decided at home to get a normal Router DIR-100, d-link

now, our homephone has to go through the broadband and so the VoIP switch (wich i can't configure sicne they haven't given me a installation CD). but I want to use the router, since it's not wireless and alot more secure to use since we have two computers at home.

But I can't install the router thought the installation CD i got form D-link, because of various errormessages about not being able to find WANport on my computer (?? :)??)
and I can't call D-link support about the issue, since I can't have the router connected to the broadband connection int he wall since the VoIP has to go there, so I can use the phone.
-I can get the router to work, without having to install it though the Istall CD - going through the IPadress i can get it set up, thank goodness!

but how can i get my VoIP switch to connect the phone though the router?
or is there ant other solution to this!?

My head is spinning and I think I'm going crazy. I've sat with this for 6hours today only, and a few hours lest night..
any help/though/etc is deeply apriciated.
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