I am unable to understand how to plug Internet cable into 1861, it's strange I never see any VOIP router, But I am always trying to configure, I am doing try to configure from remote location & my partner said the 1861 has a WAN port at the back it doesn't have a built in ADSL modem as a lot of enterprises use connections other than ADSL,so we need the modem to provide the internet connection to the 1861, in Perth there is a router there which was configured for a straight through connection when the UC520 was installed so the router's wifi, dhcp etc is all inactive it just acts as a modem I figured I would just get a modem and plug it into the 1861,
I can't suggest him for making connection, can anyone point me for making connection, it will be a great if you can provide me any snap
it's so difficult i think but i hope experts will solve my issue Please point me in right direction
If I understand your question you are looking for a way to connect your 1861 to the Internet. If you have an ADSL modem, you connect it to your Fast Ethernet port. There are also ADSL HWIC modules available for the 1861.
You understand my question, I am looking for a way to connect our 1861 to the Internet, I don't have installed any HWIC on my router but I have an ADSL modem, I have done all configuration on 1861, i am unable to configure modem for provide internet to Cisco 1861 , we have Linksys is an AM300, there was a letter on the end of AM300 but I can't remeber it, it is a basic ADSL2 modem Also have a Netgear MBR624GU Router here, but I can't find a way to set it for straight through no options in the menu..
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