I have a solution... not sure if it's best, but it works with my eMule lowid issue. I'm no expert, just know enough to be dangerous. I've had no problems, but move forward at your own risk.
1. Get the pc ip address:
To do this, run ipconfig from the command line.
Your pc ip address is the "IPv4 Address" (at least on my machine)
2. Ooma hub interface:
In your browser (FYI, Chrome didn't work with my version, but IE and Firefox do) type in setup.ooma.com.
The Ooma Hub interface should appear.
Click on the Advanced link on the left navigation and, at the bottom, add one of the following set of port rules.
3.1 (untested) Port Forwarding for specific ports (if you prefer not to open all ports, detailed at bottom):
port # = <eMule TCP port #>, type="TCP", Forward to IP address= <pc ip address>
port # = <eMule UDP port #>, type="UDP", Forward to IP address= <pc ip address>
3.2 (tested) Port Forwarding for all ports:
If you have a good firewall, you may choose to skip the 2 rules above and port forward all allowed ports, as 3 ranges.
Ooma uses ports 1194 and 49000-49999 for your telephone
Type="TCP and UDP", and Forward to IP address= <pc ip address> for all below:
range 1: ports 1 - 1193
range 2: ports 1195 - 48999
range 3: ports 50000 - 65534
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on Sun Sep 25, 2011 11:26 am, edited 1 time in total.