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SPA3102 configuration help

Ok so for a bit of scenario background my setup is as follows:

Phone line wall socket------> SPA3102(1)------>NetgearN300(1)---->NetgearN300(2)​---->SPA3102(2)------> analogue handset

-Im experimenting locally with the intention of extending this sytem over a public satellite based internet link between the 2 netgear units however just for the purpose of testing the two netgears are connected via the network 192.168.1.0

-The network between spa 1 and netgear 1 is 10.0.0.0

-The network between spa 2 and netgear 2 is 20.0.0.0

So with that said i am using the following configuration in spa 1:

PSTN Line Tab Line Enable: YES

NAT Mapping Enable: no

NAT Keep Alive Enable: no Register: No

Make Call Without Reg: Yes

Ans Call Without Reg: Yes

UserID: spaone

VoIP-To-PSTN Gateway Enable: yes

VoIP Caller Auth Method: none

VoIP Default DP: 2

VoIP Caller Default DP: none

PSTN-To-VoIP Gateway Enable: yes

PSTN Caller Auth Method: none

PSTN Ring Thru Line 1: no

PSTN Caller Default DP: 2

Dial Plan 2: (S0<:spatwo@192.168.1.2: 5061> )

VoIP Answer Delay: 0

PSTN Answer Delay: 2

Line-In-Use Voltage: 12

Line 1 Tab

Enable IP Dialing: YES

...And this configuration in SPA2

Line Enable: Yes

NAT Mapping Enable: no

NAT Keep Alive Enable: no

Register: No

Make Call Without Reg: Yes

Ans Call Without Reg: Yes

UserID: spatwo

DialPlan: (S0<:spaone@192.168.1.1:5060> )

Enable IP Dialing: YES

On both routers I am also forwarding ports 5060-5061 and 16384-16492 to the corresponding SPA units.

so.... i have had this configuration working with 2 SPA units on the same network but cant figure out where im going wrong here. Currently all i get is a beeping tone on the handset, no dial tone and what appears to be no connection.

Any help would be great

Ian

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