02-05-2007, 07:33 PM
| | Re: Help with SPA3102
Brian A has brought this to us :
> On Sun, 04 Feb 2007 21:56:50 GMT, Jono <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Charles wrote on 04/02/2007 :
>>> I just got my SPA3102 ATA delivered but unable to connect to the web
>>> interface to connect. I have connected it to one of the ports on my Netgear
>>> router and although I can ping it I cannot access the web interface to
>>> Secondly I notice that the Power light kees flashing constantly when one
>>> end of the network cable is inserted into the Ethernet Port and the other
>>> into one of the router ports? The power led only works when an ethernet
>>> cable is connected into the Internet port. What am I doing wrong or is the
>>> ATA faulty?
>> Try connecting a PC directly to the LAN port of the SPA3102 - it does
>> have an integral router, after all. Disable the router part & give the
>> SPA a static IP address which matches your regular router's network....
> To expand on that... I am looking at this as though the SPA-3102 set
> up tabs are similar to the SPA-3000. On the System tab make the
> 'Gateway' and the 'Primary DNS' equal to the IP of your router. Set
> DHCP to 'no'. Assign an IP of your choice, which falls into the
> allowed IP range programmed into your router, to the Static IP for
> your ATA. For example: You might have a router with an IP of
> 192.168.1.1 so set the Gateway and Primary DNS to that and use, say,
> 192.168.1.5 as the 'Static IP' for your SPA-3102.
> Once that is done you would then call up 192.168.1.5 in your browser.
Once logged in, it's likely to be similar to the SPA2100 - the basic
interface will yield two fields, "Voice" & "Router"