Garbled VoiP since churning to Exetel

VOIP setup and troubleshooting
Howard
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Post by Howard » Tue Oct 09, 2007 3:00 pm

If your phone is operated at 2.4Ghz, which is the same as what the wireless network is operating at. as a result it could cause interference.

I rule out your VOIP problem, i suggest to install a softphone on your desktop (x-lite - can be download from www.xten.com) and test VOIP quality on your desktop with a physical connection instead of wireless.

wroscoe
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Post by wroscoe » Sun Oct 14, 2007 10:19 am

Hi , got a lend of a Philips Dect/Skype phone Model Voip321 which operates at 1.8Ghz and works perfectly , a lot clearer than the Uniden phone with NO breakup even when downloading or uploading , wonderful!
now I have to buy a two phone set of these phones, they have faults in some areas such as manually entering names and phone numbers and having to do it again for the second one ( the Uniden will transfer them to the second phone wirelessly) and other small niggles but the quality of VoiP calls is more important..
Ross

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Post by ForumAdmin » Sun Oct 14, 2007 4:23 pm

wroscoe wrote:Hi , got a lend of a Philips Dect/Skype phone Model Voip321 which operates at 1.8Ghz and works perfectly , a lot clearer than the Uniden phone with NO breakup even when downloading or uploading , wonderful!
now I have to buy a two phone set of these phones, they have faults in some areas such as manually entering names and phone numbers and having to do it again for the second one ( the Uniden will transfer them to the second phone wirelessly) and other small niggles but the quality of VoiP calls is more important..
Ross
Glad it was resolved.

wroscoe
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Post by wroscoe » Sun Oct 14, 2007 4:32 pm

Thanks to everyone for the help

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