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    Default Gigaset S685IP setup question

    What I am trying to achieve is:

    (a) Have a Nighthawk M1 as the connection to the internet
    (b) Have a DSL-A68CU as the secondary unit connected to the M1 by LAN cable
    (c) Connect the PC by LAN cable to the A68CU
    (d) Set up the Gigaset as a VOIP only system - we have no land line.

    I have partially completed (a) and (b) - I still have to set up WiFi correctly on both units.

    (c) I have completed this.

    (d) I am lost here. The base station works in as much as I can page the handset and I can get into the Web Configurator or whatever it is called.

    I do not have a blue light on the base station which I thought was a pre-requisite?

    I would have thought that there should be no change to the setup from when it was used in a NBN setup. The only difference then was that I did have a landline connection.

    Tips please.
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    If it is any help the Asus is actually a DSL AC68U. Senior's moment!

    I spent a long time with my VOIP provider who confirmed my Gigaset settings are correct.

    That would seem to leave the Asus as prime suspect?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guiseppe View Post
    That would seem to leave the Asus as prime suspect?
    It appears that I was correct.

    After inputting the correct information in the "Manually Assigned IP around the DHCP list"> Add>Apply

    it seems to be working.

    EDIT: Spoke too soon. Looks like I need a "Network for Dummies" course
    Last edited by Guiseppe; 30-06-19 at 05:25 PM.
    If Australia is a democracy why, then, is voting compulsory?

    "What has changed between the arrival of the First Fleet and today?"
    "Wearing leg irons is now not required."

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