Thank you for everyone that has contributed to this forum and I was not able to find the answer to my question. I am so happy to have discovered OOMA and looking to cut off AT&T completely, once my have the setup completed.
Currently, I am paying for 4 lines with ATT and my monthly rate is around $300 including DSL. Once my OOMA setup is complete, I think I will save major mula, but I cant get it to work. I currently have two OOMA phone numbers going to my core. I would like to have a total of four numbers so that I can have four different people on the phone at the same time. I have two scouts that I have not hook up yet.
The problem I am having is that when I plug my phone line from the OOMA Core into the 4 line phone system of Panasonic (there are only two inputs in the back, and each input is for two line.) When I plug the line from the CORE into Panasonic, both OOMA number rings, but it only appears on line 3 of Panasonic, and if I try using line 4, dead silence.
Is there a way for me to make this work? I am trying to avoid buying another phone system to do what I want. Thank you for your help.
PLease call me at 408.457-9983 or email me at email@example.com
And most of all, I welcomed him to ooma and to the forum! I think I'll take a rest and dream of walnut brownies with vanilla bean ice cream.
VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
Lifetime Premier Member
Friends don't remember what Landline Integration was or why we did it.
I'd like to recommend on some thing, since I'm not sure if it has been done:
a. changing the MODEM port's MAC address to use its own build in MAC addresses--Network page. This have resolved some of the major headache for some people.
b. put both the hubs behind the router, and changing the subnet of the second hub--ie changing all the 35 to 36 in the third box in the Advenced page.