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  1. Hey everyone, I recently purchased the HP iPAQ Voice Messenger phone (see http://www.gsmarena.com/hp_ipaq_voice_messenger-2561.php) I am travelling to Japan this month, and have activated international roaming through my provider (Three). My phone supports 2G GSM 850, 1800, 1900 and 3G HSDPA 900, 1900, and 2100. I don't want to use data overseas, but need to know if I will be able to make use of SMS, and voice? Does anyone know if this phone will work on the Japanese network/frequency? Cheers!
  2. Yes, the 203.x.x.x is provided as a static IP from our ISP. We are runnign our own mail server, so we are sending and receiving emails. Unfortunately, the 3 GSM modem can't be run in bridged mode, with PPP, so I have no option other than assigning a static IP to it. This is the problem I am trying to get around. :(
  3. Yes, everything you summarised is correct. I only added the port forward in becuase it wasn't working, I have removed it again now. The only other piece of information I have is that the Three ethernet modem gains a dynamic WAN IP of 10.x.x.x when it goes on the net. This isn't static, and is assigned by the Three network servers I assume.
  4. I don't think that is it, the ADSL modem is on a different subnet again (192.168.20.1). When I unplug the ADSL modem, it fails over to the WAN2 port and attempts to use the Three GSM ethernet box modem.
  5. Hi, They are on different subnets, the RV042 router has a 203.x.x.x address as it hosts a mail server. When running on the Three Ethernet modem, and I tracert an external IP, it gets as far as the LAN address of the RV042 router (not even getting to the 192.168.2.2 address of the WAN2 port!). I have set up a port forward for IP 0.0.0.0 subnet 0.0.0.0 to go to 192.168.2.1 (the 3 modem) with 10 hops. But it just doesn't work?
  6. Hi, It doesn't have a bridged mode, the D100 creates the connection itself. I have tried port forwarding 0.0.0.0 subnet 0.0.0.0 (everything) to 192.168.2.1 (the D100) but it still didn't work? The D100 doesn't seem to have any options for port forwarding. However, as I said before, it works fine when the RV042 is in 'gateway' mode as opposed to 'router' mode?!
  7. Hey guys, I have a Linksys RV042 router, which supports two WAN Internet connections. WAN1 is connected to an ADSL2 modem, in bridged mode and works fine. WAN2 is plugged into a Three Mobile Broadband ethernet box, but I cannot get it working. The Three ethernet box establishes the connection itself, and works fine when plugged into a laptop. However, when plugged into the WAN2 port on the RV042, I can't browse the net. UNLESS I change the RV042 to work in 'gateway' mode rather than 'router' mode which it is currently in. WAN2 is configured with a static IP of 192.168.2.2, and the Three ethernet router is 192.168.2.1. The default gateway, and DNS also point to the Three box at 192.168.2.1. Does anyone have any suggestions as to why it doesn't work in router mode, only gateway mode? I need the RV042 in router mode for the way an email server is setup. $30 cash reward to the person who helps me solve this problem once and for all! Cheers
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