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Jul 8, 2008

I recently purchased a rvs 4000 wired linksys router for my business.  Everything works great with the exception of my VOIP PBX server.  I can receive a call and make a call one at a time.  If a second line rings in and is picked up the first call and the second go dead air.  I am sure that it is a security setting somewhere that I just can't seem to figure out.  I sure would like to get some direction on this.

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