When searching for wireless networks on both printers my configured network shows up and I am able to connect the printers to it. However, it still does not show up in Airport Utility. I ported my number over and currently have it connected into my active landline. The blue light shows up on both the Hub and Scout. I'm able to make/receive calls. Had some hissing in calls, but relatively good.
I live in an apartment complex. The Airport extreme plugs into a ethernet outlet in the wall. Internet is included in the rent, so I am not sure what the complex uses (DSL or Cable). My VOIP test results are below.
VoIP test statistics
Jitter: you --> server: 1.6 ms
Jitter: server --> you: 7.2 ms
Packet loss: you --> server: 0.0 %
Packet loss: server --> you: 0.0 %
Packet discards: 0.0 %
Packets out of order: 0.0 %
Estimated MOS score: 3.9
Speed test statistics
Download speed: 3679584 bps
Upload speed: 7094032 bps
Download quality of service: 58 %
Upload quality of service: 50 %
Download test type: socket
Upload test type: socket
Maximum TCP delay: 145 ms
Average download pause: 4 ms
Minimum round trip time to server: 75 ms
Average round trip time to server: 89 ms
Estimated download bandwidth: 16800000bps
Route concurrency: 4.5657334
Download TCP forced idle: 65 %
Maximum route speed: 6990400bps
2nd Attempt and Third attempt were similar except call QOS was 47% and 57% respectively.
Edit: Doing some "googling" on the Airport Extreme and Qos and it looks like it doesn't support it? Consequently, if you have the ooma behind your router and you are doing heavy uploads/downloads during a call, you will likely have a choppy session.
Glad you were able to get it straightened out!
My wife is still skeptical of the Ooma system. I wanted to make sure that I set things up properly so she would see the light. $476/year savings over our AT&T local&long distance plan was enough motivation for me to give it a try. If the service continues to works as is, we will be happy. Setup was easy minus my ability to read instructions and simple wiring diagrams . All setup pains appear to be self-induced.
As Aaron already said, welcome to ooma! As you have already found, there are some great people here who are always happy to give advice and help solve problems. My wife was also very skeptical about using ooma especially since I had brought one of those $40 devices into the house for her to try. She was NOT happy with it. But the ooma is another story. After we got past an intial problem with echo (and discovered how great ooma was about taking care of their customers) she has been very happy with it. We still have a landline because of a financial advantage for the next 8 months but she is using the ooma even for local calls. I'm going to venture a guess your wife will be just as pleased.dailycand wrote:My wife is still skeptical of the Ooma system. I wanted to make sure that I set things up properly so she would see the light. $476/year savings over our AT&T local&long distance plan was enough motivation for me to give it a try. If the service continues to works as is, we will be happy. Setup was easy minus my ability to read instructions and simple wiring diagrams . All setup pains appear to be self-induced.
Again, glad that things worked out well for you. I would not be too hard on the installer - he seems to be well intentioned and makes great purchasing decisions!
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