01-10-2014 8:01 PM - edited 01-10-2014 8:28 PM
I have U-Verse Voice and Internet and a Pace 5031NV RG that has now been swapped twice (but only once for this phone problem). Whenever you place an outgoing call the call connects, but there is no way to tell - the last thing one hears on the U-Verse phone is the number dialed. The recipient of the call can hear the caller. The U-Verse phone receives calls just fine both parties are audible.
I have a my RG set up in DMZ+ with a Cisco E4200 set up behind it on a different subnet that I use for WiFi. My setup is as described in this thread here. Recently a tech came out and swapped in a new 5031NV. At the time he left, the phone was working fine. Now it is having the same old problem. The telephone exhibits the same behavior when it is plugged directly into the RG.
Any ideas on my phone issue? I don't believe it is the telephone itself (as that tested OK in November when we were having this issue and it receives calls just fine), but maybe I'll buy an old princess phone at a flea market tomorrow and see if it works in the RG. Thanks for your help.
01-13-2014 2:20 PM
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09-27-2014 5:22 PM
I am having the EXACT same problem as 'onefear'. I have my own router
behind the 5031 router, so the 5031 is setup to be as near to a bridge as I know
how to make it - which means in DMZ mode. I also manually configure settings on the
DHCP page to give the 5031 a different IP (since my local net is 192.168.1, I put the 5031 on 192.168.0).
Since onefear's posts were from January, I presume his issues was resolved. Please send or post what is the resolution to this very frustrating issue. Also, please don't ask me to send buckets of details and then make me go through a week of back and forth with first line tech support. onefear has described this phone symptoms perfectly. This router clearly has an issue and hopefully there is a simple/easy work-around for it.
Thanks in advance.
09-27-2014 5:23 PM
onefear, did you ever get resolution to your phone issue. Same exact issue for me.
09-28-2014 5:51 AM - edited 09-28-2014 5:52 AM
@austin_guy , if you set your router up in DMZplus mode behind the NV 5031, then your U-verse Voice will not work properly. You either need to live without DMZplus mode, or get a different model Residential Gateway. To confirm this is the issue, do a factory reset on your NV 5031, don't set up DMZplus mode and make some phone calls.
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10-06-2014 8:19 AM
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