Maxis Fiber Router Replacement to support VOIP

Maxis Fiber Router Replacement to support VOIP. This is very interesting topic to discuss, how to replace the maxis router with your own router to support the VOIP. Maxis fiber come with default router Technicolor TG389AC which for me is not that good for wireless signal especially for Condo type of house.

If you dont like this setup, you can buy DLINK DSL-G2452DG which is around RM300 come with VOIP support.

For this tutorial i will show how to configure the Maxis fiber Internet using your own router

Devices:

  • Maxis Broadband Router Technicolor RG389A
  • Wireless Router TP-LINK TL-WR841HP ** Make sure your router is Maxis Fiber ready
  • VDSL Model Huawei HG655m
  • DECT Phone by Maxis
    1.  Use the LAN cable and connect the Maxis Router (WAN Port) to VDSL Modem (LAN2)
    2.  Use the LAN cable and connect the TP-Link Router (WAN Port) to VDSL Modem (LAN3)
    3.  Use the LAN cable via LAN4 in VDSL Modem and Connect to your Laptop/Desktop
    4.  Configure Static IP to Ethernet interface to 192.168.1.111 / 255.255.255.0
    5.  Open Web Browser and type 192.168.1.1
    6.  Enter Username & Password
      Username : admin
      Password : hs5711Bbvl
    7. Under Basic > WAN and look for ptm1.621 – Maxis use 621 for Internet and 821 for VOIP.
    8. Click connection ptm1.621 and Un-tick Port Binding & VLAN Tagging LAN2
    9. Select Port Binding & VLAN Tagging LAN3 and Submit to save
    10. Then Configure your own router eg: TP-LINK in this case and configure your Maxis fiber connection via quick setup

 

  •  Then save & Enjoy. Now you are able to use internet via own router.
  • Please swiff off your Maxis Router Wireless if you dont want to use.
  • Now the Internet is connected via your own Router and VOIP (Phone via Maxis Router)
  • Network diagram as below.

 

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OpenOffice 2.4 release

Hi guys i just get the mail from OpenOffice.org that they already release the new OpenOffice.

The Details Here:

Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2008 02:33:27 +0100 (GMT+01:00)
From: “OpenOffice.org Update Notice”
Subject: OpenOffice.org 2.4 now available
To: hackers_125@yahoo.com

OPENOFFICE.ORG POST
March 2008

Get the latest OpenOffice.org
Download OpenOffice.org 2.4!

Download the latest version and enjoy the many new features of OpenOffice.org 2.4. The new chart engine introduced with OpenOffice.org 2.3 has been improved even further. For example, it is now possible to display the equations of trendlines, optimize the placing of labels, assign number formats to data labels, display each part of a data label in a separate line, reverse axes and more. In addition, OpenOffice.org can now export to PDF/A which is a popular ISO standard for archiving read-only documents. The enhanced extension framework enables extensions to automatically check for updates. Finally, OpenOffice.org 2.4 introduces VBA support allowing a number of existing VBA macros to be run unmodified. A full list of all the new features including a few screen shots can be found in the OpenOffice.org 2.4 Release Notes.

Please help Sun estimate OpenOffice.org’s global market share!

Since OpenOffice.org is available for free and can be downloaded and distributed by anybody, it is very difficult to reliably estimate the size of the OpenOffice.org user base and thus OpenOffice.org’s market share. So far we can only guess. We have some vague numbers, but if you agree to register, you will help us to get more accurate numbers which can be used with skeptical users, software and hardware vendors interested in supporting OpenOffice.org as well as press and analysts. People who register with Sun also benefit from OpenOffice.org related tips and tricks as well as special Sun offers and discounts.

Registering is very easy and straight forward. After installing OpenOffice.org simply agree to register when the initial startup dialog asks you to or go to “Help – Registration” some time later. The dialog will open a browser window which will introduce the OpenOffice.org survey as well as the Sun registration. Just follow the instructions for the Sun registration on the web pages. Thank you very much for your support in advance!

Add More Features – Get Extensions!

Check out the OpenOffice.org extension repository and add more features to your office suite. Currently the top-10 most popular extensions out of the more than 70 available extensions are:

  1. Professional Template Pack – English

  2. Sun Report Builder

  3. eFax for StarOffice and OpenOffice.org

  4. OxygenOffice Extras – Gallery

  5. Writer’s Tools

  6. OpenOffice.org2GoogleDocs

  7. OxygenOffice Extras – English Templates

  8. Sun Presentation Minimizer

  9. Pagination

  10. LanguageTool

Lost on the OpenOffice.org website? – Get the OpenOffice.org Menu Add-On for Firefox!

If you frequently get lost on the OpenOffice.org website and don’t find the things you are looking for, you might appreciate the OpenOffice.org Menu add-on for Mozilla Firefox. The add-ons adds an additional OpenOffice.org related menu to your Firefox browser. Every menu item links to a website. Through the add-on it is easy to find downloads, support forums, mailing lists, documentation, etc.

Stuck with a problem? – Check out our forum!

If you don’t know how to do something or if you’re stuck with a problem, check out the OpenOffice.org Community Forum. Most likely someone else has already found the solution to your problem and can help you right away. If you don’t find the right answer in the forum, you might want to try one of the other support options.

BTW, professional per-incident support for OpenOffice.org is now also available in English in addition to French and German.

Missing a piece? – Take a look at the solutions page!

You think OpenOffice.org is great, but you’re still missing a particular application? Check out the products complementary to OpenOffice.org listed on the OpenOffice.org solutions page. The page lists messaging and collaboration products as well as thin client and document management solutions. Also, feel free to add your own solution to the wiki page.

Doing a mail merge using SugarCRM data?

A first developer build of the OpenOffice.org Extension for SugarCRM has been released. The extension allows doing a mail merge in OpenOffice.org based on SugarCRM address data.


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