spsmyk wrote:Using Apple TIme Capsule as my router. Initial install was Modem>Router>Ooma - Call quality = horrible.
Switched to Modem>Ooma>Router and call quality is better. I still run into QoS issues, but at least some (50%) of calls work well.
Problem I have now is Double NAT and devices on my network are unable to communicate as both the Router and Telo are handing out IP addresses.
Spent the evening trying to limit IP address range that Ooma hands out (doesn't help) - Ooma ignores my DHCP Configuration and hands out tons of address even when trying to limit it. Tried changing Time Capsule to bridge mode - this created much havoc and many devices couldn't get online. Can't figure how to turn off Ooma DHCP and NAT handling - when trying to do this can't get it to work.
I tried doing some looking this evening to find someone who has experienced this and figured out a way around it and haven't had any success. Anyone have a similar experience that was able to solve it?
Time Capsule help entry regarding NAT options
Enable default host: A default host is a computer on your network that is exposed to the Internet and receives all inbound traffic. A default host may be useful if you use a computer on your AirPort network to play network games, or want to route all Internet traffic through a single computer.
spsmyk wrote:So made it two days without any problems and today all heck was breaking loose again. Phone calls cut off - other party can't hear me, etc.
Download Speed: 11980
Upload Speed: 973
Download Consistency of Service 56%
Upload Consistency of Service 98%
Maximum TCP Delay 73ms
Jitter you server 5.9ms
Jitter server you 0.5 ms
Packet loss: you server 0.0%
Packet loss: server you 0.0%
Packet discards 1.6%
Packets out of order 0.0%
Estimated MOS score 4.1
under the Time Capsule Internet>NAT tab, I turned on "Enable default host at: 172.x.x.253" and I disabled the "Enable NAT Port Mapping Protocol" option since I don't want to use this function. Next, under the Internet>DHCP tab, I added a DHCP reservation for the Telo and entered its MAC address, with the IP reservation being the same IP as found in the "Enable default host at:" field previously noted.
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