Connect a ATA186 to a Wireless Ethernet Bridge (Linksys WET11)?
I subscribe to the Vonage Digital Voice service (www.vonage.com) using a Cisco ATA186. The ATA works fine when connected directly (via ethernet cable) to my wireless Home Broadband Router. I recently bought a Linksys WET11 device (a Wireless Etherent Bridge) that has an ethernet port (user guide: ftp://ftp.linksys.com/pdf/wet11_ug.pdf). I can't get my ATA to work when connected to the WET11. Any thoughts on why this is? The ATA has a cross-over and straight-through switch. Should I use a regular or cross-over cable to connect the two? Does the ATA only work when connected to a router? Any help you have for this networking novice would be appreciated.
I was able to get a PC connected to this WET11 to work, but not the ATA.
P.S. the reason to do this is to be able to place my ATA farther away from my router so that it can connected to an existing 2-line phone (one line to be used for telco service, one to be used for Vonage) in another part of the house.
Re: Connect a ATA186 to a Wireless Ethernet Bridge (Linksys WET1
Bump on this one. Vonage was not able to help but are looking into it. See my other two entries for the problem I am trying to solve. Basically the ATA works fine when connected directly to a router, however when I connect it to a wireless bridge (which itself is communicating back to the router) it does not work. Can't seem to get an IP Address. A laptop connected to this same bridge can get an IP address.
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