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    Unhappy Voip router


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    When I install 99% of Linux distros they all come up as wired eth0 connected but the browser cant connect to the net. I found out it was because it cant find my Voip router if I disconnect the voip router they work fine. I am using NetCom V300 telephone router
    yet PCLinuxos 2009 has no problem with this issue. I have to use my Voip and also want to use the other 99% linux distros would someone please help with this puzzling problem.???
    Cheers Jockwho

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    eth# is the network interface.

    Please post the output from the following command;

    Code:
    route -n
    And what is the ip address of your voip router?

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    Hi Robert
    IP 192-168-30-1
    Regards Ralph

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    route -n
    Hi Robert
    IP 192.168.30.1
    Regards Ralph

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    What about that 'route -n' command output?

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