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#107576 by garv315
Thu Mar 07, 2013 7:53 am
Just recently moved into a new home and my integrated router provided by the cable company is installed in the communications closet (outfitted with a Telecom Distributor Module 4x12 M1478) where it appear that the main landline comes into. Can I use the Ooma Hub to distribute dial tone to all of the phone jacks by connecting it to the router and directly into the communication module? If so, how can I determine which of the connections are phone related and which are the main landline from phone company that need to be unplug in order to prevent any damage to the Ooma Hub? Hopefully, the attached pictures will enable feedback!
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Upclose view of the panel setup
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View of the panel setup with router
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#107595 by lbmofo
Thu Mar 07, 2013 1:00 pm
If you have landline service now, unplug the cable plugged into the "Lines In 1,2,3,4" port. You should lose dialtone on every walljack. Once verified. If you have Ooma up and running in the closet, pull the cable plugged into the "Lines In 1,2,3,4" port, connect a regular phone cord between the "Lines In 1,2,3,4" port and the Ooma "Phone" port.

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