SPA 941, WBP54G, WRTG54G dont work.

Answered Question
Mar 15th, 2009

Hi,

i have the spa941 connected to an wbp54g and this one is connected to a wrt54g but dont work. the buttons on the spa 941 keep orange.

but when i connect the spa941 with the wbp54g to an 2wire router works fine.

(in both cases the wbp54g has been configured to each router)

some one can help me with this?

Best regards.

I have this problem too.
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Correct Answer by Patrick Born about 7 years 8 months ago

Hi,

but i have another question regarding the LAN connection of the SPA9000. the LAN must still active, i mean i must be able to connect a pc tru there?

The SPA9000 has two ports: [but you only use one]

  • the INTERNET port for connecting to a LAN switch for network connectivity
  • the ETHERNET port for connecting a local administration computer [do not use this port]
    Cisco best practice is to not connect any device to the ETHERNET connection, else system performance may suffer.
    Please keep in mind that this is a very low cost VoIP device and should not be deployed as a router.

Summary:

Cable modem / router > LAN switch:

Connect the following to the LAN switch ports:

  • SPA9000 [INTERNET port]
  • SPA400 [ETHERNET port]
  • SPA9xx phone [WAN port]
  • computers
  • SPA9x2 phone [WAN port]    > computer [phone's PC port]

   

couse i have the same issue with an SPA962 this one has the connection for a PC but cant make it work.

The SPA962 has two ports:

  • the WAN port for connecting to a PoE switch port for power and network connectivity
  • The PC port for connecting a computer to the network through the phone
    Think of an office with only one network cable which is used by a computer.
  1. Disconnect the network cable from the computer and plug into the WAN port of the SPA962.
  2. Connect the PC port to the computer.
  3. Now the computer has network connectivity through the SPA962's 10/100 switch.
    Note: Additional configuration required if you are using VLANs, refer to the phone's admin guide: https://www.myciscocommunity.com/docs/DOC-2148

Regards,

Patrick

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Correct Answer by Patrick Born about 7 years 8 months ago

Great job troubleshooting. Thanks for letting me know that you have resolved the problem.

With respect to the new issue: but i have another problem i connect a pc to the LAN of the the SPA9000 and the internet dont work??

Please refer to page 50 of the Installation Guide which shows how to connect the devices together:

https://www.myciscocommunity.com/docs/DOC-1749

In summary, the SPA9000 Internet port is connected to the LAN switch. The SPA9000 Ethernet port is not used.

Regards,

Patrick

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Correct Answer by Patrick Born about 7 years 8 months ago

Hi,

I believe that this is a basic networking issue, not a voice-related issue.

Something to consider is that the wired network and wireless network are probably two different networks.

"the SPA9000 assing an IP to the phone ..."

Can you use different words please? I don't understand what you mean by this.

"when i run the wizard of the SPA9000 can´t locate the SPA941."

Is the computer running the wizard, wired, or wireless?

I'm betting that the computer is running wired, please run in wireless mode and see if the wizard can locate the SPA9000 and the SPA941.

Questions:

  1. What IP address does the SPA9000 have? [analog phone in FXS port, ****, 110#, and document the IP address]
  2. What is the SPA941 DHCP Enable status? [Setup button, 9, option 1]
  3. What IP address does the SPA941 have in a wired environment? [Setup button, 9, and document option 2, the IP address]
  4. Move the SPA941 to a wireless environment, what is it's IP address after booting? [Setup button, 9, and document the IP address]
  5. Using a wireless computer, what is the computer's IP address [c:\ipconfig /all]
  6. Using the wireless computer, ping the SPA9000's IP address, is the ping successful? Does the SPA9000 reply to the pings?
          [Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt >
           c:\ ping

Regards,

Patrick

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Correct Answer by Patrick Born about 7 years 8 months ago

Hi,

An orange LED on the phone indicates that the phone is not in contact with the proxy defined in Ext N > Proxy and Registration > Proxy:

From your description, it sounds like its a wireless configuration problem [when i connect the spa941 with the wbp54g to an 2wire router works fine]

Did you use the WBP54G wizard to configure the WBP54G?

If not, go back and use the WBP54G wizard to configure the WBP54G.

Did you ever get the phone to register when using the WBP54G?

If you did get the phone to register via the WBP54G, then perhaps you are now attempting to deploy beyond the range of the WRT54G.

Regards,

Patrick

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Correct Answer by Alberto Montilla about 7 years 8 months ago

Dear Sir;

Please see the response on the thread

https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3093120#3093120

link was edited by: Cindy Toy

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Patrick Born Tue, 03/17/2009 - 09:17

Hi,

An orange LED on the phone indicates that the phone is not in contact with the proxy defined in Ext N > Proxy and Registration > Proxy:

From your description, it sounds like its a wireless configuration problem [when i connect the spa941 with the wbp54g to an 2wire router works fine]

Did you use the WBP54G wizard to configure the WBP54G?

If not, go back and use the WBP54G wizard to configure the WBP54G.

Did you ever get the phone to register when using the WBP54G?

If you did get the phone to register via the WBP54G, then perhaps you are now attempting to deploy beyond the range of the WRT54G.

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Tue, 03/17/2009 - 10:00

Hi Patrick:

i use the wizard to to configure the wbp54g as it say, connect the the wbp54to the wrt54g and confiure it, and it works  couse i connect it to a pc and works but when i connect it to the spa9xx dont work.

the spa9xx i registered but when i connect it to the wbp54g the leds start flashing and suddenly stay orange.

i disconnect the spa9xx and connect again to the red with cable and works fine.

i try connected to the wbp54g reset to factory defaults, ip static and noting works, off course with the wrt54g but when i try with a 2wire router works fine!!!

when i make the tests i have both routers no more than 1 mt.

best regards.

Patrick Born Tue, 03/17/2009 - 14:40

Some thoughts and questions:

Please verify that you:

  1. Plug the WBP54G's RJ45 into the phone's WAN port [not the PC port] :-)
  2. Power the WBP54G with a PA100 supply and then power the phone from the WBP54G? :-)
  3. Can use a wireless device, like a laptop, to successfully make contact with the SIP proxy defined on your phone.
  4. Can access the phone from a computer with: http:// when your phone is connected via the WBP54G
    [Press the phone's Setup button > 9 [write down IP address]]

I believe that the issue is on the wireless network.

Does the phone pick up an IP address from the DHCP server when it's wireless?

Could the wireless side of your network be firewalled/VPN from the network that has access to the SIP proxy?

This is really a very simple process, run the wizard on the WBP54G, move the WBP54G to the phone, connect power, and the phone is wireless. This solution works very well and I have it in daily use.

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Tue, 03/17/2009 - 15:51

Hi Patrick,

the WBP54g is connected into the WAN in the telephone.

the SPA9000 assing an IP to the phone but i cant connect to the phone via web browser.

when i run the wizard of the SPA9000 can´t locate the SPA941.

there is not a firewall couse i ussualy don´t use the firewall and dont work using VPN.

"This is really a very simple process, run the wizard on the WBP54G, move the WBP54G to the phone, connect power, and the phone is wireless. This solution works very well and I have it in daily use"

i know and when i do the process with a wireless 2wire work´s fine, but the 2wire use to be into another network

i have another WBP54G connected to an SPA2102 to the WRTG54G and work´s fine and i have try with that WBP54G and i have the same problem.

Best regards.

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Patrick Born Wed, 03/18/2009 - 08:22

Hi,

I believe that this is a basic networking issue, not a voice-related issue.

Something to consider is that the wired network and wireless network are probably two different networks.

"the SPA9000 assing an IP to the phone ..."

Can you use different words please? I don't understand what you mean by this.

"when i run the wizard of the SPA9000 can´t locate the SPA941."

Is the computer running the wizard, wired, or wireless?

I'm betting that the computer is running wired, please run in wireless mode and see if the wizard can locate the SPA9000 and the SPA941.

Questions:

  1. What IP address does the SPA9000 have? [analog phone in FXS port, ****, 110#, and document the IP address]
  2. What is the SPA941 DHCP Enable status? [Setup button, 9, option 1]
  3. What IP address does the SPA941 have in a wired environment? [Setup button, 9, and document option 2, the IP address]
  4. Move the SPA941 to a wireless environment, what is it's IP address after booting? [Setup button, 9, and document the IP address]
  5. Using a wireless computer, what is the computer's IP address [c:\ipconfig /all]
  6. Using the wireless computer, ping the SPA9000's IP address, is the ping successful? Does the SPA9000 reply to the pings?
          [Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt >
           c:\ ping

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Thu, 03/19/2009 - 10:28

Hi Patrick,

i found the problem.

the SPA9000 and the SPA400 was connected to and SD208 and the SD208 was connected with an WBP54G.

so i connect the SPA9000 with an WBP54G and the SPA400 with another WBP54G and the SPA941 wit another WBP54G and works

but i have another problem i connect a pc to the LAN of the the SPA9000 and the internet dont work??

Best regards.

Correct Answer
Patrick Born Thu, 03/19/2009 - 10:46

Great job troubleshooting. Thanks for letting me know that you have resolved the problem.

With respect to the new issue: but i have another problem i connect a pc to the LAN of the the SPA9000 and the internet dont work??

Please refer to page 50 of the Installation Guide which shows how to connect the devices together:

https://www.myciscocommunity.com/docs/DOC-1749

In summary, the SPA9000 Internet port is connected to the LAN switch. The SPA9000 Ethernet port is not used.

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Thu, 03/19/2009 - 13:34

Hi,

Patrick thank you very much for your assistance.

but i have another question regarding the LAN connection of the SPA9000.

the LAN must still active, i mean i must be able to connect a pc tru there?

couse i have the same issue with an SPA962 this one has the connection for a PC but cant make it work.

Best regards

BTW: i really apprecciate your help.

Correct Answer
Patrick Born Thu, 03/19/2009 - 13:52

Hi,

but i have another question regarding the LAN connection of the SPA9000. the LAN must still active, i mean i must be able to connect a pc tru there?

The SPA9000 has two ports: [but you only use one]

  • the INTERNET port for connecting to a LAN switch for network connectivity
  • the ETHERNET port for connecting a local administration computer [do not use this port]
    Cisco best practice is to not connect any device to the ETHERNET connection, else system performance may suffer.
    Please keep in mind that this is a very low cost VoIP device and should not be deployed as a router.

Summary:

Cable modem / router > LAN switch:

Connect the following to the LAN switch ports:

  • SPA9000 [INTERNET port]
  • SPA400 [ETHERNET port]
  • SPA9xx phone [WAN port]
  • computers
  • SPA9x2 phone [WAN port]    > computer [phone's PC port]

   

couse i have the same issue with an SPA962 this one has the connection for a PC but cant make it work.

The SPA962 has two ports:

  • the WAN port for connecting to a PoE switch port for power and network connectivity
  • The PC port for connecting a computer to the network through the phone
    Think of an office with only one network cable which is used by a computer.
  1. Disconnect the network cable from the computer and plug into the WAN port of the SPA962.
  2. Connect the PC port to the computer.
  3. Now the computer has network connectivity through the SPA962's 10/100 switch.
    Note: Additional configuration required if you are using VLANs, refer to the phone's admin guide: https://www.myciscocommunity.com/docs/DOC-2148

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Thu, 03/19/2009 - 14:25

Hi Parick (again)

you tell me the SPA400 can be connected to the ETHERNET of the SPA9000??

about the SPA962 i connect the pc to the pc port and the pc network tell me that i have limited connection, i repair the connection but still the same i change the cable and same, cant make the PC work with the PC port of the SPA962.

Best regards.

Patrick Born Thu, 03/19/2009 - 15:02

Hi,

you tell me the SPA400 can be connected to the ETHERNET of the SPA9000??

No. I am trying to say:

The Internet connection is connected to the local router:

  1. Connect to the local router, a LAN switch
  2. Connect to the LAN switch, the SPA9000, using the SPA9000's INTERNET port
  3. Connect to the LAN switch, the SPA400, using the SPA400's ETHERNET port
  4. Connect to the LAN switch, the SPA9xx phone, using the SPA9xx's WAN port
  5. Connect to the SPA9x2 phone, a computer, using the SPA9x2's PC port
  6. Connect to the LAN switch, any computers, using the computer's network card

about the SPA962 i connect the pc to the pc port and the pc network tell me that i have limited connection, i repair the connection but still the same i change the cable and same, cant make the PC work with the PC port of the SPA962.

The SPA9x2 phone has a simple 10/100 switch port in it.

You have a basic network problem that is not really related to VoIP, the phones, or the SPA9000

  1. Verify that you have a working network cable.
  2. Verify that you have a working DHCP server on the network, else the computer will not acquire an IP address.
  3. Verify that the DHCP server is properly providing the correct gateway and DNS information.
  4. Connect your computer directly to the same switch that the phone is attached to.
    If it connects and can get an IP address, then you know that your DHCP server, your network cable, and your computer are working.
  5. Now connect your computer to the phone's PC port.
    Does it get an IP address?
  6. If it does, all is well and everything is working.
    If it does not get an IP address, then you probably have a VLAN deployed to separate voice and data traffic and you'll need to get your network administrator to help you configure the system.

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Fri, 03/20/2009 - 09:58

Hi Patrick,

The SPA9x2 phone has a simple 10/100 switch port in it.

You have a basic network problem that is not really related to VoIP, the phones, or the SPA9000

  1. Verify that you have a working network cable.
  2. Verify that you have a working DHCP server on the network, else the computer will not acquire an IP address.
  3. Verify that the DHCP server is properly providing the correct gateway and DNS information.
  4. Connect your computer directly to the same switch that the phone is attached to.
    If it connects and can get an IP address, then you know that your DHCP server, your network cable, and your computer are working.
  5. Now connect your computer to the phone's PC port.
    Does it get an IP address?
  6. If it does, all is well and everything is working.
    If it does not get an IP address, then you probably have a VLAN deployed to separate voice and data traffic and you'll need to get your network administrator to help you configure the system.

when i run the cmd/ipconfig in the pc i have this: (don´t work)

DNS:             nothing

IP:                 169.254.200.132

Mask:            255.255.0.0 (but in the phone has: 255.255.255.0)

Gateway:       nothing

when i connect the pc directly to the WRTG54G i have this: (working and with the same cable i use to connect to the phone)

DNS:             nothing

IP:                192.168.1.100

Mask:           255.255.255.0

Gateway:      192.168.1.1

now we dont have a VLAN, and the VLAN i deactivated in the WRTG54G (enable or disabled is the same problem)

Best regards.

Patrick Born Fri, 03/20/2009 - 13:17

Hi,

Thanks for the information. The 169.254.200.132 IP address means that the PC didn't get an IP address from the DHCP server for some reason.

What is connected to the WAN port of the phone, a CAT5 cable or the WBP54G?

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Fri, 03/20/2009 - 14:17

Hi Patrick,

i try with the WBP54G.

Best regards.

BTW: you have a guide with all this questions?  and answers?

Patrick Born Fri, 03/20/2009 - 15:12

Hi,

i try with the WBP54G.

Okay, this is the problem. The WBP54G is a wireless bridge for only one device, in your case, a phone.

If you connect a computer behind this phone, the WBP54G cannot support a second device and the second device will not be able to access the network.

If you want to connect a computer behind a phone, then the phone's WAN port must be connected to a LAN switch.

BTW: you have a guide with all this questions?  and answers?

Yes we have related documents listed here: https://www.myciscocommunity.com/docs/DOC-2148

Regards,

Patrick

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Quoting:

Okay, this is the problem. The WBP54G is a wireless bridge for only one device, in your case, a phone.

If you connect a computer behind this phone, the WBP54G cannot support a second device and the second device will not be able to access the network.

If you want to connect a computer behind a phone, then the phone's WAN port must be connected to a LAN switch.

this is simply not true, the WBP54G only supports devices with a MAC address from Linksys series (and perhaps cisco)

just give your PC a mac address similair to the linksys phone, it should retreive an IP address now

Patrick Born Mon, 04/06/2009 - 15:30

Hi,

I am personally using a WBP54G to connect my Brother MFC8840DN printer to my wireless network. The WBP54G is too dumb to be looking for MAC address families.  :-)

I'm trying to say that the WBP54G can only support one MAC address at a time, so if you choose to connect a phone, then only the phone works. If you choose to connect a computer or printer, or whatever, then only that device will work because the WBP54G can only handle one MAC address at a time.

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Fri, 04/10/2009 - 08:52

Hi Patrick,

that´s not true couse i connect a SD208 with an WBP54G and i connect 8 devices to it.

So if the WBP54G do what you say, the SD208 cant be able to work with the WBP54G.

the SD208 is something like the bridge that the SPA941 have, so why it works with the SD208 but don´t work with the SPA941???

Best regards.

Patrick Born Fri, 04/10/2009 - 13:07

Hi,

Can you describe more about your environment please? A network diagram would be great.

I'd like to replicate and document for others. Many people, myself included, want to connect more than one device behind a WBP54G and have failed where you have succeeded.

In your information please show the location of the:

  • router to the Internet
  • WAP
  • DHCP server
  • anything else that you deem relevant

In my simple test environment my DHCP server is the WRV200 WiFi router.

  1. I connect a SPA942 phone to the WBP54G.
    The phone has network connectivity and is assigned an IP address from the DHCP server.
  2. I replace the SPA942 phone with a computer.
    The computer is assigned an IP address from the DHCP server.
  3. I remove the computer and connect the SPA942.
    The phone has network connectivity and is assigned an IP address from the DHCP server.
  4. I connect a computer to the SPA942's PC switch port.
    The computer cannot access the DHCP server and assigns itself a 169 APIPA address
  5. I remove the WBP54G and replace it with a CAT5 cable to the LAN switch, the phone acquires an IP address, as does the computer, proving that the hardware is good.

I ran a second test where:

  1. I connect a SPA942 phone to the WBP54G.
    The phone has network connectivity and is assigned an IP address from the DHCP server.
  2. I connect a dumb hub to the SPA942's WAN port
  3. I connect a UNIX computer, a Windows XP computer, and a SPA9000 to the hub
  4. I configure a static IP address on the UNIX system
  5. I configure the XP system for a dynamic IP address
  6. I configure a static IP address on the SPA9000
  7. I run a network sniffer on one of the hub's ports
    1. I see unanswered DHCP discover requests from the XP system
    2. I attempt to ping www.google.com from the UNIX system with the static IP address, the ICMP echo requests go unanswered
    3. I see the SPA9000 attempting to register SIP trunks with ITSPs on the Internet. The registration requests go unanswered

I'm curious as to how you have this working in your environment.

Regards,

Patrick

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Patrick Born Fri, 04/10/2009 - 13:12

Hi,

Just a correction, you say "the SD208 is something like the bridge that the SPA941"

No, the SPA941 does not have a switch in it. It is a single port device. Only the SPA9x2 devices have 10/100 switch ports.

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Fri, 04/10/2009 - 14:13

Hi patrick,

here i go:

equipment:

spa9000

spa9X2

spa9X2

spa400

wrt54g

wbp54g

sd208

motorola (ISP no wireless)

i try firts with this config:

to motorola i connect:

sd208

to the sd208 iconnect:

spa9000

spa400

wrt54g

spa9X2

spa9X2

pc

al works fine but when i connect the wbp54g to the wrt54g works with pc but dont work with spa9000 so i try the next config.

motorola: wrt54g

then to the wrt54g: (with wbp54g)

then to the sd208 i connect:

spa9000

spa400

pc

and use additional wbp54g to connect:

spa9X2

spa9X2

but here the spa9X2 dont work, can´t connect to the spa9000

so i try the next config:

motorola: wrt54g

wrt54g:

spa9000

spa400

and use wbp54g to connect: (to the wrt54g)

spa9x2

spa9x2

sd208

the sd208 works and works all the ports but the spa9x2 when i connect a pc to the pc port the pc don´t work, so don´t supposed t work if the sd208 works??

btw: i cant make the spa9000 take the real hour it give me another hour so if i want to have the time of my coutry i must put it +1 and must be -5???

Best regards.

Patrick Born Fri, 04/10/2009 - 15:39

Hi,

Thanks for the reply and information.

You say in an earlier post, "that´s not true couse i connect a SD208 with an WBP54G and i connect 8 devices to it." yet in your last message, you seem to be saying that you cannot get more than one device to work. Please confirm which it is.

I've some questions to complete my understanding. Your text in blue, mine in black:

i try firts with this config:

to motorola i connect:

sd208

So your configuration is ISP > motorola edge device > SD208 switch

to the sd208 iconnect:

spa9000

spa400

wrt54g

spa9X2

spa9X2

pc

Now you have SD208 switch >

wrt54g

spa9000

spa400

spa9x2

spa9x2

pc

So do you really have nothing attached to the WAN side of the wrt54g?

Do you mean that the wrt54g is providing DHCP and WAP services via a LAN port connected to the SD208 switch?

al works fine but when i connect the wbp54g to the wrt54g works with pc but dont work with spa9000 so i try the next config.

This is exactly as I would expect. Only the first device, in this case the PC, will work.

motorola: wrt54g

then to the wrt54g: (with wbp54g)

So now you have:

ISP > motorola edge device > wrt54g wireless router/DHCP server >

wireless > wbp54g

then to the sd208 i connect:



I don't understand. What is the sd208 connected to?

Are you saying that you now have the following?

ISP > motorola edge device > wrt54g wireless router/DHCP server >

wireless > wbp54g > sd208 switch



spa9000

spa400

pc

Are you saying that you now have the following?

ISP > motorola edge device > wrt54g wireless router/DHCP server >

wireless > wbp54g > sd208 switch >

spa900 [Is this configured with a static IP address? Does it register back to an ITSP on the Internet successfully in this network?]

spa400 [This will have no problem communicating with all devices local to the sd208 as long as the SPA400 has a static IP address]

pc [if the SPA9000 uses a static IP address, this PC will be able to acquire an IP address from the DHCP server because it's the only device attempting to access the network, unless the spa9000 was first to access the network]





and use additional wbp54g to connect:

spa9X2

spa9X2

but here the spa9X2 dont work, can´t connect to the spa9000

This surprizes me, I would expect these SPA9x2s to be able to access the SPA9000 because assuming you booted all devices at that same time, the SPA9000 would be up before any other device and be able to communicate out via the first WBP54G. This means that either the SPA400 or the PC was the first device up and grabbed the WBP54G.
As I've been saying, the WBP54G can physically only support one MAC at a time. This is due to the device being a simple and inexpensive wireless bridge.

so i try the next config:

motorola: wrt54g

wrt54g:

spa9000

spa400

and use wbp54g to connect: (to the wrt54g)

spa9x2

spa9x2

sd208

wireless wbp54g >  sd208 switch >

spa9x2 [off of switch port, right?]

spa9x2 [off of switch port, right?]

the sd208 works and works all the ports but the spa9x2 when i connect a pc to the pc port the pc don´t work, so don´t supposed t work if the sd208 works??

  • I don't understand what you mean by, "the sd208 works"
    It is a switch, it does not have an IP stack like phones or computers do.
    So yes you could have:
      ISP > motorola edge device > wrt54g wireless router/DHCP server > WBP54G > sd208 switch > SPA9x2
    because the SPA9x2 is the only device with a MAC address that is attempting to traverse the WBP54G. Any devices local to the switch will be able to communicate with each other, but will not be able to traverse the WBP54G.
  • I don't understand when you say, "but the spa9x2 when i connect a pc to the pc port the pc don´t work"
    In an earlier post you said, "that´s not true couse i connect a SD208 with an WBP54G and i connect 8 devices to it."

In conclusion, please describe your environment where you have 8 devices behind a WBP54G so we can properly document this for others.

With respect to the time question, please start a new thread, this one is becoming very long and confusing. :-)

Regards,

Patrick

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alphicgroup Wed, 04/29/2009 - 19:40

Hi Patrick,

Sorry for the delay but i`m here again.

I will respond like you, mine in black yours in blue ok?

Q:Thanks for the reply and information.

You say in an earlier post, "that´s not true couse i connect a SD208 with an WBP54G and i connect 8 devices to it." yet in your last message, you seem to be saying that you cannot get more than one device to work. Please confirm which it is.

I don't understand. What is the sd208 connected to?

Are you saying that you now have the following?

ISP > motorola edge device > wrt54g wireless router/DHCP server >

wireless > wbp54g > sd208 switch

A: that`s right!!

so my question is if the wbp54g connected to the sd208 and works all the the 8 ports, why the spa9x2 connected to the wbp54g the pc port dont work??





Q:Now you have SD208 switch >

wrt54g

spa9000

spa400

spa9x2

spa9x2

pc

So do you really have nothing attached to the WAN side of the wrt54g?

Do you mean that the wrt54g is providing DHCP and WAP services via a LAN port connected to the SD208 switch?

A: i connect the wrtg54g to the sd208 as all the other devices using the 8 ports and then i connect the wirelss devices to the wrt54g, and works fine.

Are you saying that you now have the following?

the spa9000 is the only one who has the static ip and all the other devices are DHCP and working.

  • I don't understand when you say, "but the spa9x2 when i connect a pc to the pc port the pc don´t work"
    In an earlier post you said, "that´s not true couse i connect a SD208 with an WBP54G and i connect 8 devices to it."

yes i was telling you, why the sd208 (all the 8 ports and connected to it the spa9000, spa400, spa9x2, spa9x2, spa9x2, pc, pc) work with the wbp54g, but the pc port of the spa9x2 dont work, as i say i dont get it.

another question, where i can download the ringtones for the spa9xx?? couse i like the office tone, but i upgrade the firmware and i dont have that ringtone!!

Best regards.



ISP > motorola edge device > wrt54g wireless router/DHCP server >

wireless > wbp54g > sd208 switch >

spa900 [Is this configured with a static IP address? Does it register back to an ITSP on the Internet successfully in this network?]

spa400 [This will have no problem communicating with all devices local to the sd208 as long as the SPA400 has a static IP address]

pc [if the SPA9000 uses a static IP address, this PC will be able to acquire an IP address from the DHCP server because it's the only device attempting to access the network, unless the spa9000 was first to access the network]

Patrick Born Thu, 05/07/2009 - 07:32

Hi,

"where i can download the ringtones for the spa9xx?? couse i like the office tone, but i upgrade the firmware and i dont have that ringtone!!"

There is no need to download the office tone. It is available by default on the phone: web-ui > Phone tab > Ring Tone: Ring10: n=Office;w=4;c=1

Regards,

Patrick

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