My occasional series of swapping routers about continues...
Well, I've had a Tybe B Homehub 2 in for a few weeks, and while it was OK (no echo on VOIP, support for multiple DynDNS hosts), it lost me 500k of sync, which is the difference between a 1500k and a 1000k profile out here.
It meant that the VOIP broke up if I was using the internet at the same time as a call, and that iPlayer and such were *really* borderline for buffering.
So, onto the "latest" - a Voyager 2500v.
Looks good so far. A 1728 sync, nice quick operation (DNS seems faster especially), and overall a feel of a more pro-oriented device - not all the setting are hidden away from view, there's a telnet interface, etc.
Only one DynDNS host, I can live with that.
All phones ring on either PSTN or VOIP.
But. There's always a but!
Caller ID on PSTN doesn't work. Now, doing some digging, it appears this is because the phones are isolated from the PSTN line until after the caller ID info is presented. A bit of digging found this,
Which sounds like someone out there has the answer. I've PMd Mr dapjukebox, but if anyone else knows the way to fix this, I would be very grateful. Don't worry, I'm pretty handy with a soldering iron.