trim81 wrote: Leave the OOma at DEFAULT, do not change anything for the IP settings.
1) On the Ooma, set the appropiate ISP credentials (no need to change anything if you have DHCP from your ISP...place PPOE if you need to.
2) On the Ooma, place 22.214.171.124 to DMZ, and on your Wireless Router, make it become a STATIC IP of 126.96.36.199
3) On the Ooma, set the appropiate QOS settings. Save
4) On your ROUTER, set it to STATIC IP of 188.8.131.52 (and DNS...I use OpenDNS), so user 184.108.40.206 DNS1, 220.127.116.11 DNS2. Save
** What this essentially does is, your ooma will go before your router, and the OOma will be your core QOS. And the 18.104.22.168 address will be DMZed and ALL ports will flow freely to your router.
With this setup, you use your router as normal. No need to change any settings on your LAN.
I tried this but I am still unable to receive any incoming connections.
Charter 10Mbit Down 1.5Mbit up
Setup: Modem > OOMA > Linksys > Apple Extreame > Apple Express
ooma is 172.27.35.1
ooma dmz is 172.27.35.2
Linksys b/g 10/100 static ip is 172.27.35.2
Linksys internal ip is 10.0.2.1
Linksys dmz is 10.0.2.4
Apple Extreme n gigabit ip is 10.0.2.2 and is in bridge mode
Apple Express n gigabit ip is 10.0.2.3 and is in bridge mode
Server is 10.0.2.4
Server is running ports 80, 22, and 5900
In the current setup:
- b,g, and n wireless users can connect.
- 10, 100, and 1000 (gigabit) users can connect
- ALL users can equally back up to network drives, stream audio, etc from any connection.
- Internet works for everyone.
Up till the ooma was installed I could connect to the server from outside the network and ssh, vnc, load web files etc.
If I hook up Modem > Linksys > ooma and apple extreme everything works and I am able to connect into the network to the server but the setup.ooma.com does not work. With this current setup I can do everything I use to but cant have the ooma control the quality.
If I put the ooma back into place right behind the modem No incoming connections. This is a problem sense I am going away and need to get into the server.
One additional note. if the linksys is set to dhcp setup.ooma.com goes to the ooma page. If i turn the linksys to static and use the same ip and custom dns (open dns) setup.ooma.com no longer works and goes to the default open dns search page.
Please help me get this device working properly. I do not want a second isp to simply run a phone.