It's just a means of ensuring that the Telo always gets the same IP from your router so your DMZ setting doesn't become invalid. In your router's documentation it probably uses a different term than static, perhaps "reserved IP" or some other equivalent term.smguf wrote:Ok, I put the ooma ip in the dmz host box, but I don't know how to do the static thing
I don't have the screen for your router in front of me so it's hard to give you step-by-step instructions. The goal is to have the IP for the Telo appear in the static routing table, and that same IP to be in the router's DMZ. Your Telo should then be able to communicate with Ooma's servers following a reboot. Perhaps if you have a friend that is knowledgeable about router configuration, he/she can help you set it up.smguf wrote:Do I put it in the table or any of the other boxes?
The ooma tunnel connects and diconnects on and off.
ooma core detecting
phone line detecting
phone setup: your phone kine is configured for the ooma
second line: enabled
voice mail: enabled
This has been cycling since 2 pm yesterday. blinking bottom blue lightsleft to right this is the 5th day. Is this a defective unit. I'm thinking of taking it back today and calling it quits.
I had to reboot everything this morning. Lost internet access.
Blue lights still cycling. Anymore ideas Thanks