Better. Thanks for the advice. It's still not yet 'good' but at least it's better.thunderbird wrote:set both the Quality of Service Upstream and Downstream Internet Speeds to Zero, then test.
What I do, on Linux, to access the Ooma Setup, with WiFi already running, is:thunderbird wrote:The Ooma Setup pages should open.
a) I connect the cat5 between the Ooma Telo and the Linux laptop
b) I run this command to put the Linux laptop ethernet board on the same subnet as the Ooma Telo
sudo ifconfig eth0 172.27.35.10
c) I then open a browser, and I go to http://172.27.35.1 which opens up the Ooma Setup page.
That is an interesting idea. I didn't know you 'could' do a permanent DHCP lease.thunderbird wrote:In your Router, to may want to reserve the Wi-Fi dongle IP address with a permanent lease.
Interesting. I guess 'this' page is where I would add that Ooma Telo port-forwarding rule:thunderbird wrote:find the current IP address that is asigned to the (Wireless) Wi-Fi dongle in the Ooma Setup>Status>Ports page