It works very well. I have a Telo hooked to a 802.11g dd-wrt wireless repeater bridge (netgear WNR834B routers at both ends). I get close to 54 Mbps over the bridge, which is substantially faster than my internet connection (20/3.5 Mbps). QoS on the main router is configured to give maximum priority to a directly connected Ooma hub, and the wireless bridge connected Telo.TechNoid665 wrote:Not sure I understand. Are you saying that your Ooma Telo is riding across a wireless connection? If so, I'm curious to see if it works well that way.
Ooma equipment: Hub ; Telo + 4 handsets
Ooma service: Annual Premier subscription
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- Location: LOOK UP IN THE SKY......IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE, IT'S, WELL CRAP, MY OOMA DOESN'T WORK!
I've got a Netgear modem, Telo Ooma, and a Telo handset running through my wireless laptop & printer set up.
Can't receive calls, make them, or retreive voice mails...do I need at least a router, as well?
I'm pretty sure my configuration is correct...had 2 other people check it...??
LWL - Are you still having this problem?LWL wrote:Moved to a different location in office know it will not conect , same system, that worked great befor move, Line 1 & 2 & trash can lite, logo blinking amber ????? Is there a reset ????
Note to kickkillerkallkonect - You will likely get more help if you start your own thread with a complete description of your modem model, ISP, & what lights are displayed on the Telo, for starters. Multiple posts appended to other threads make it difficult for those who want to help to do so.