stuartcnz wrote:Every thing was working fine. We were able to call and receive calls.
Then we could receive calls, but not make calls.
Then I powered down, waited for more than 15 minutes, and Ooma now has the big red flashing light. I've tried this several times now and no change.
Before I powered down the first time I was able to ascertain that I have the latest firmware update.
When I power up the red light flashes at a normal speed, then speeds up to a quick flash.
stuartcnz wrote:I've tried every alternative way of connecting that I could think of, but no difference, so returned it to the way that it used to work.
ps it's an Ooma telo, if that makes any difference.
stuartcnz wrote:I think I may have found the problem. It appears that my internet connection has slowed to a crawl, which, though allowing me to keep using the internet okay, I think it is probably to slow for the Ooma at the moment.
I'll see what happens when my connection comes back up to speed.
stuartcnz wrote:I used a more simplistic speed test, throughout the day, which showed my connection to be much much poorer than normal.
Today my connection is closer to normal, and wouldn't you know it, my Ooma is working fine again.
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