I have multiple computers sitting behind my router and don't want to pass all of the traffic through the Ooma hub. I would rather have the router and its switch ports handle the traffic where the Ooma hub becomes just another node on the network.
I cannot however get Ooma to connect with this configuration. It is picking up a DHCP address from the router, the Ooma Router port is connected to a LAN port on the router (this is where it is getting the DHCP address obviously). It will not connect however and sits with a blinking Ooma tab and the 1 & 2 buttons solid red.
I would appreciate some help on how to make this configuration work.
I can make the hub work when plugged directly into the Modem or as a bridge by connecting the home port on the Ooma hub to my WAN port. Again I do not want to limit the bandwidth of my other network devices by passing all the traffic through the Ooma hub.
Unplug the power to the hub.
Hold down the ooma tab (blue/red) and plug the power back in.
Continue holding the tab down for 30 seconds while the lights blink red.
After 30 seconds release the tab. This will reset ooma to factory.
Try to connect ooma to your router now.
also unless you chose to integrate a landline you should not have the phone plugged in to the wall port, but plugged in to the phone port
go to the Status page and see if the MODEM port received an ip address.
go to the Network Settings page and change the MODEM port MAC address to use its build in MAC address.
optional: in Advanced Settings page copy the HOME port ip into the hub DMZ (do not do this if you put the ooma hub before the router)
Then power cycle the hub.
Hope this helps
According to ooma user guide
There are two possible reason for this to happen &  are solid red: The ooma Hub is unable to register to the ooma network.
a. mis-type the activation code
b. network problem
Holding down the Ooma tab for 30 seconds and allowing the hub to reset has corrected the problem and we are now connected.
Thanks to all for the resolution!!!