[TriLUG] vonage behind nat
Wing D Lizard
wingedlizard at nc.rr.com
Thu Mar 3 16:48:44 EST 2005
But I don't want to have to disconnect everything if I need to take it
on the road. That's why I'd like it after my router. Plus my
router is supposed to handle dydns.org updating.
Joel Ebel wrote:
> Vonage offers their own router so you don't have to worry about it,
> but if you want to keep using your existing router, you'll need to
> forward some ports through. This page explains:
> Wing D Lizard wrote:
>> Does Vonage work behind a NAT? I'm wondering if I can plug the device
>> into my home network. Does it require any special settings ( some web
>> pages say 'it just works' and other say you need to forward some ports)?
>> Has anybody tried taking the adaptor to a hotel that has broadband?
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