Probably it's working because you rebooted your PC while it was connected to Ooma. That's essential because that's when the PC asks Ooma's DHCP server for an address so they can talk to each other. If you boot the PC by itself, then plug it into Ooma, they won't talk. That's somewhat simplified, but almost certainly that's what is going on.gaju wrote:It's working again ! I don't know what happend ..I left everything connected because i was away for 2 hours ...than I restart all the devices ....and now it's working ooma .
here is my scenario now: modem (bridge mode) -- ooma (pppoE) (with dhcp start 172.27.35.10, end 172.27.35.60 and Dmz 172.27.35.25) -- linksys wrt54gl dhcp (172.27.35.25) .
I didn't try yet to configure my dyndns .... some sugestions to start over
Check the Remote Administration configuration in your router.gaju wrote:@ murphy
Still not working .... what else to do ...?
Mine uses HTTP from inside my network but uses HTTPS when I am outside of my network.
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