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December 26, 2016
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ImageFive additional LEDs are located on the lower edge of the top of the Vonage Box to keep you informed from power-up through everyday use. The Vonage Box even tells you when it is ready to be used for calling. These LEDs light up blue so you can tell the status of your Vonage service at a quick glance.

For information about how to identify the normal status of the front LEDs, refer to the following table:

LED

Status

Description

Lit solid blue

Your Vonage Box has power. Wait for the Phone 1 LED to light solid blue before using the Vonage Box for calling.

Your Vonage Box has access to the Internet. Wait for the Phone 1 LED to light solid blue before using the Vonage Box for calling.

Rear PanelA device is connected to your Vonage Box through the yellow Ethernet port, either directly or as part of your LAN. For example, a computer or router is plugged into the yellow Ethernet port. Wait for the Phone 1 LED to light solid blue before using the Vonage Box for calling.

You can place and receive phone calls using Phone Line 1.

You can place and receive phone calls using Phone Line 2.

Lit blue and slowly blinking

You have a Voicemail message waiting for you on Phone Line 1.

You have a Voicemail message waiting for you on Phone Line 2.


NOTE: If your Vonage Box encounters a problem during power-up or use, the LEDs will be off or blink quickly to alert you to a possible problem. For more information and for help resolving issues, go to Alerts with Vonage Box LEDs.

ImageBottom of the Vonage Box

The Vonage Box's sleek design will inspire you to proudly display it in your home. The bottom of the Vonage Box has four protective nubs that allow you to place it on a flat surface, such as a desk or shelf, without fear of scratching your furniture. If you would prefer, the Vonage Box can be mounted on a wall using the two wall-mount slots included on the bottom of the Vonage Box. Simply follow the wall mounting instructions below.

Wall Mounting the Vonage Box

NOTE: The bottom of the Vonage Box includes two wall-mount slots. The distance between the two slots is 3.25 inches (82 mm). You'll need two #4 or #6 screws with two anchors sized appropriately to the screws to mount your Vonage Box to a sheet rock wall.

To mount the Vonage Box on the wall, perform the following steps:

  1. Determine where you want to mount the Vonage Box. Mark the position of the Vonage Box's wall-mount slots on your wall. The middle of the slots are 3.25 inches (82 mm) apart.
  2. Drill two holes into the wall at the marked wall-mount slot positions and insert an anchor in each hole.
  3. Insert a #4 or #6 screw into each anchor in your wall. Leave 0.25 inches (6.35 mm) of each screw head exposed.
  4. Maneuver the Vonage Box so the wall-mount slots on the Vonage Box line up with the two screws in your wall.

Seo Preston

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