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aa3815
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what is this considered?

Post by aa3815 » Fri Nov 04, 2011 1:14 pm

I've been reading the forum and to this day I not sure how what my setup would be considered.
I have a 2-wire gateway where I have the Ooma plugged into the gateway. I also had to add a D-link DI-624 to the gateway because I ran out of ports on the gateway. (I disabled wireless on the D-link)
So my question is do I have
Modem->Ooma->Router or Modem-Router-Ooma
modem/gateway/Ooma > router?
Netgrear on Spectum <----Linksys EA3500
Linksys EA3500 <---- pc w/ethernet cable
Linksys EA3500 <===Ooma
Linksys EA3500 <----other things

thunderbird
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Re: what is this considered?

Post by thunderbird » Fri Nov 04, 2011 1:45 pm

aa3815 wrote:I've been reading the forum and to this day I not sure how what my setup would be considered.
I have a 2-wire gateway where I have the Ooma plugged into the gateway. I also had to add a D-link DI-624 to the gateway because I ran out of ports on the gateway. (I disabled wireless on the D-link)
So my question is do I have
Modem->Ooma->Router or Modem-Router-Ooma
modem/gateway/Ooma > router?
Most 2-wire rigs are integrated Modem/Routers.

You probably have what is commonly called: Modem/Router-Ooma-Router.

aa3815
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Re: what is this considered?

Post by aa3815 » Fri Nov 04, 2011 1:48 pm

Thanks for the quick response.
Netgrear on Spectum <----Linksys EA3500
Linksys EA3500 <---- pc w/ethernet cable
Linksys EA3500 <===Ooma
Linksys EA3500 <----other things

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