I have a Peplink20 (5.4.7 build 1648). Cable Modem connected to WAN1 and DSL modem connected to WAN2. I have a small VOIP system with an average 2-3 concurrent calls. Cable modem handles internet and VOIP without issue, until it goes down, The DSL cannot carry calls clearly (I kinda knew this before hand but it was initially the only option.
Recently my company had a T1 installed to handle the VOIP system. Cable modem will still be on WAN1 with the T1 on WAN2. I am having a problem getting the Peplink to connect to the router. It is a ubigate ibg1000. External pings are successful from the router to 188.8.131.52 so I at least no the T1 is live. E 0/0 is configured to address 184.108.40.206/28 (255.255.255.240) If I set the WAN2 address to 220.127.116.11, the router say there is an IP conflict. I have tried setting the address to something else within the range without success. Status = WAN failed PING test
I feel link i am missing something very simple in my configuration. Should I change the Ethernet 0/0 address to something completely different (simpler)? If you need any more about the setup please feel free to ask.
Thanks in advance to any help.
PS I am very happy with my Peplink20. After the most recent firmware update, I am very happy with the PPTP ability for remote support.