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The Linksys PAP2 telephone adapter connects to your high-speed Internet connection to provide Vonage service for up to two voice lines or one voice line and one fax line. This adapter does not have a built-in router.
For advanced options, see the Linksys PAP2 User Guide (PDF).
Before you begin to set up your Linksys PAP2 adapter, confirm that you have all of the following necessary equipment.
Connect your Linksys PAP2 adapter to an existing router in your network.
The Linksys PAP2 adapter has four status lights on the front panel: PHONE 1, PHONE 2, ETHERNET and Power.
|Blinking blue||Booting up; firmware upgrade|
|Solid blue||Boot up complete|
|Solid red||Problem with adapter|
|Solid||Connected to Vonage server|
|Blinking||Data transfer in progress|
|PHONE 1 and 2|
|Solid||Ready to make and receive calls|
|Blinking||Call in progress|
You can use the IVR to change the configuration settings of your Linksys PAP2 adapter, if necessary. This includes setting a static IP address, enabling DHCP, and checking the adapter's MAC address.
To access the IVR, you must use a phone connected to one of the PHONE ports on the adapter.
|100||Check the current DHCP state.|
|101||Enable or disable DHCP state.|
|110||Check the current IP address.|
|111||Set static IP address.|
|120||Check subnet mask.|
|121||Set subnet mask.|
|130||Check static gateway IP address.|
|131||Set static gateway IP address.|
|140||Check MAC address.|
|150||Check firmware version.|
Certain conditions, such as an Internet outage, power outage or change in configuration, can cause an interruption in your Vonage service. You can usually resolve these issues by a restart of your network equipment. See Restart Your Phone Adapter and Network Devices for more information.