cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

BB Phone Problem Solved!

pcoventry76
Grafter
Posts: 950
Registered: ‎27-08-2007

BB Phone Problem Solved!

My changing from a complicated router to a simplistic Speedtouch 510 i appear to have killed my BB Phone problem, mainly because i suspect this modem does not have a NAT firewall - it's an ADSL 2+ modem as i used it on Bulldog
After playing with the settings i've got it to work using the stun address - tunnel to automatic and use the username and password and it works
sorry bob for the numerous e-mails!
Pete
4 REPLIES
puddy
Grafter
Posts: 1,571
Registered: ‎10-06-2007

Re: BB Phone Problem Solved!

I setup my speedtouch 716wl with a pap2 adapter without making any changes or using any stun setting worked great.
I thought it would takes hours port  forwarding opening port on the router.  Managed to do it under 20min.
Lets hope we get a better service on voip from now.
I just hoped plusnet would let us have normal telephone numbers instead of the 0845 so friend can call us free if they have a free std calling plan
Puddy
pcoventry76
Grafter
Posts: 950
Registered: ‎27-08-2007

Re: BB Phone Problem Solved!

True - nothing to stop your friends getting another VOIP program and calling you on that.
Also don't forget you have a landline Smiley
it took me seconds when i set it up - i just entered my details and off i went
i'm glad to see you have it up and running, don't foget to do 7000 to echo test
Pete
pcoventry76
Grafter
Posts: 950
Registered: ‎27-08-2007

Re: BB Phone Problem Solved!

it's doing it again as i type this, phonecall ended but the other persons line is still locked
my end was 16 mins let's see what it says when it finally decides to disconnect
pcoventry76
Grafter
Posts: 950
Registered: ‎27-08-2007

Re: BB Phone Problem Solved!

Yup..
Call lasted 16 minutes but cut off at 28:11
When my home phone is activated i don't think im going to use this much..