I meant the phone connection provided on the router. Is there any way, with admin privileges, to reconfigure the part of the default configuration that Vodafone imposes, but that the router does not receive automatically?If you can locate the settings page(s) for VOIP or SIP on the router interface, and find the relevant settings to use on the net it should be practical.
I can locate and identify the VOIP and SIP settings on the router interface, but only when in admin mode. And of course when in admin mode I can also save a back-up copy of the settings. The problem is that when I am in admin mode, the telephony service is disabled and so even if I have the back-up to look at as a text file, the telephony settings probably won't be correct. In fact I tried this but I am too ignorant to know what the admin mode settings mean, never mind what they should be to make telephony work. The best bet is probably to try and find them on the net, as you say. I'll have a trawl around tomorrow.
Here's a thought - can you let the vodafone settings be installed and then save them to a file from the cut-down user interface ? if so you could load them up manually by reading what's in the file.
No. The cut-down user interface will not let me back up the configuration file.