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MN-700 and Phone issues

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Anonymous
August 23, 2004 10:43:03 PM

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Any time my phone rings my connection is lost any way to fix this with the
mn-700 or should i think about returning it and getting a new routher? i
have tested it and it deos the same thing with all 3 of my phones

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Anonymous
August 24, 2004 1:53:32 AM

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You'll need to switch channel of the phone or the router. The frequencies
are apparently interfering with each other. Also, you mqay ned to create
some distance.


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> Any time my phone rings my connection is lost any way to fix this with
the
> mn-700 or should i think about returning it and getting a new routher? i
> have tested it and it deos the same thing with all 3 of my phones
August 24, 2004 12:15:07 PM

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And if you are using DSL remember to install DSL filters at all of the
phone jacks.

Steve Sullivan, MVP wrote:

> You'll need to switch channel of the phone or the router. The frequencies
> are apparently interfering with each other. Also, you mqay ned to create
> some distance.
>
>
August 24, 2004 12:23:31 PM

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Just don't put one in front of the DSL modem of course.

joker wrote:

> And if you are using DSL remember to install DSL filters at all of the
> phone jacks.
>
> Steve Sullivan, MVP wrote:
>
>> You'll need to switch channel of the phone or the router. The
>> frequencies
>> are apparently interfering with each other. Also, you mqay ned to create
>> some distance.
>>
>>
>
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