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alcatel speedtouch 510 and built-in router


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I am getting VoiP and i want the phone adapter to have the i.p. assigned by my provider. but, my 510 has a dhcp server in it and it gives out private i.p.'s. can i use this modem as an ordinary modem and have it give out the assigned i.p. to my computer directly or finally to my VoiP phone adapter. ex. i want to look at my comps i.p. and see not

thanks for any help on this matter

Umm, no if you only get one IP from your ISP you will need to use internal IPs if you have more than one device connected. Why would this be a problem? Sure you might have to forward some ports and stuff, but everything works if done correctly.


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The 510 can be configured as a transparent bridge (your pc getting the outside ip), but then your comp would have to do the dialing [PPPoE].

[And I dont how that VoIP works... I mean, I know what it is, but dont know what hardware you use, and the set up of it]

Have look here: http://www.petri.co.il/alcatel.htm
It should be there somewhere, but I own a SpeedTouch Home modded to Pro, so don't look much @ the 510 articles...

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