Broadband Router with 2 Phone Ports is a kind of "splitter" for
your Internet connection. Just connect your DSL or Cable Modem
to the Router, and all the computers in your home or office can
share the Internet -- all at the same time. The built-in 3-port
switch lets you attach three local PCs directly, or daisy-chain
out to more hubs and switches as your network grows.
standard telephone jacks on the Router enable our high-quality
feature-rich telephone service through your high-speed
connection even while you're surfing the Internet. Each phone
jack operates independently -- like having two phone lines.
Connect ethernet cable from your PC to one of the 3 LAN
ports of the router. Then connect your cable of DSL modem's
Ethernet cable to the Router's Internet port. If necessary,
disconnect the RJ-11 telephone cable of your telephone from the
telephone wall jack. Then connect that end to the Router's Phone
1 port. If you have a second telephone plug that into Phone 2
port. Now, power up your PC, Cable and DSL modem and your
You will need the setup instructions provided by your
Internet Service Provider (ISP). If you do not have this
information, then contact your ISP before continuing.
instructions from your ISP tell you how to setup your PC for
Internet access. Because you are now using the Router to share
Internet access among several computers, you will use the setup
information to configure the Router instead.
Make sure that your PC's Ethernet adapter is set to
'Obtain an IP Address Automatically'
browser and enter 192.168.15.1. When the login
screen appears, enter 'admin' for username and
'admin' for password.
A setup page will appear. Choose the Internet
connection type depending on how your ISP assigns you your
Internet Protocol(IP) number. When you have finished your
settings click on 'Save Settings'. When your
Router Setup screen comes back up, you should be able to browse
the Internet from your PC. If not, contact your ISP.
Next, choose from the main menu 'Voice'
and then Line1. Enter your Globalink
virtual number into the User Id: field
and Globalink SIP password into the
Authenticate Password: field. Enter
sip.iglobalink.net into Registration/Proxy
Repeat Step 5
for line 2.
For the best voice quality, leave the Voice
Quality: at default. If you have limited bandwidth
choose G.729. Do not choose G.723 as it is not
supported by Globalink .
Please make calls by dialing country code and then
number. No need to dial any access code.
If you have problems, authenticating with our voice mail server,
please do the following :-
Scroll down to
Audio configuration (STEP 5)
Look for "DTMF Tx method" settings and change it to "AVT"
Update the settings.
Apply the same procedure for line 2 DTMF setting.
Attempt Voice Mail access.