Have MagicJack directly connected to my NVG589 modem. Initially phone calls were made and recieved with no problems (about a mo. duration). Suddenly when I now recieve calls the incoming voice is dropped after initial contact. The party can still hear me but I cannot hear them. If I make the call, there are no problems with the call. Both parties are able to hear. It seems to me that the NVG589 firewall is preventing the incoming voice from being transmitted.
I've been in contact with MJ support for many hours with no solution. Can someone guide me through this?
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Sorry about the late reply. I've been lax about keeping current on followup messaging.
I've been able to fix the problem. MagicJack is running as advertised for 7 days now.
Used method decribed by "trparky" on BROADBAND DSL Reports.com (dslreports.com/faq/17734) to refigure the NVG589. I had a Belkin G, Model F5D7230-4 router used to bridge to. All I had to do to the router is to reset it to factory defaults.