Started by mnjeepmale, August 28, 2014, 10:22:32 PM
Quote from: Mango on August 29, 2014, 06:14:58 AMWhat router do you use? Have you made any changes to it recently?
Quote from: Mango on August 29, 2014, 08:59:23 AMHere are some settings from the WAN Setup portion of your router that you may wish to experiment with:Disable SIP ALGDisable SPI FirewallNAT FilteringIf possible, Disable SPI Firewall should be unchecked, and NAT Filtering should be set to Secured, for best security. However, you may want to temporarily change these for testing purposes to see if they solve your problem.You may also want to navigate to QoS Setup and temporarily disable QoS for testing purposes. If you accidentally assigned low priority to your ATA, you could cause your symptoms.
Quote from: Mango on August 29, 2014, 09:34:09 AMIt should be in the same place as ISP ALG and NAT Filtering. Though now I see that there are four versions of your router and I could be looking at the wrong version, or a different firmware version. If the SIP ALG/NAT Filtering didn't solve the problem, you may want to try to upgrade your firmware, if an upgrade is available:http://downloadcenter.netgear.com/otherGood luck,Mango
Quote from: Michael_Reeder on September 08, 2014, 02:06:05 PMF9 was working at 11:03am this morning. Ringing and taking voicemail.Now -- no phone calls go through, no website answering, no domain ping, smartphone apps unable to connect, and ObiTalk control board reports Obi devices unable to connect.This really sucks as they had been around long enough that I was using one of my numbers with them for important purposes!Does anyone have any idea how phone numbers could be ported???I really hope they come back online with an apology and a temporary outage...-- Michael
Quote from: vtsnaab on September 08, 2014, 12:03:44 PMApparently he and/or F9 have gotten into serious problems and the F9 site looks to have vanished, along with whatever funds he took from subscribers for service that has vanished without a trace.
Quote from: ebow on September 08, 2014, 02:10:34 PMI wrote to firstname.lastname@example.org with a polite but worried question asking if they'd be back soon. Will update if I hear back.
Avocet:~# dig +short mx future-nine.com10 mail.future-nine.com.Avocet:~# dig +short mail.future-nine.com127.0.0.1
Quote from: Mango on September 08, 2014, 02:28:08 PMYour comment is a little unkind. Every service provider has outages. It doesn't mean they've vanished with your funds. It means they are experiencing an outage. According to the other forum, they seem to be having DNS issues.For those of you who wish to port your phone number over an outage of a few hours, go for it. However, no service provider will guarantee zero downtime, at the price you are willing to pay. Also keep in mind that it will take days/weeks to port your number, and they will probably be back online later today.
QuoteIn trying to visit http://www.future-nine.com/ - all that results is a search portal page and the title 'non-existent domain'.
Quote from: Hawaii on September 08, 2014, 03:01:44 PMNeither server registers