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#2849 by dknyinva
Wed Feb 11, 2009 12:59 pm
All my devices are setup using static DHCP. I think we got off track here. I'm posting to find out how to add ooma to the DMZ, which my router can support. I'm just confuse as to what settings I should use on the ooma setting. I'm really not here to learn about basic networking 101.

Thanks for all your help
#2860 by AngelaKendig
Wed Feb 11, 2009 2:28 pm
No such thing as static DHCP. The networking course may help you troubleshoot and become self sufficient. Good luck.
#2876 by AngelaKendig
Wed Feb 11, 2009 9:23 pm
2 Google results. My bad. Didn't realize there is third-party firmware to do such a thing. Which one are you using? I might try it also. Thanks for the info.
#2884 by dknyinva
Thu Feb 12, 2009 2:55 am
AngelaKendig wrote:2 Google results. My bad. Didn't realize there is third-party firmware to do such a thing. Which one are you using? I might try it also. Thanks for the info.
Try dd-wrt.com and most linux distro support static DHCP. I'm currently using debian.

Thanks
#2909 by AngelaKendig
Thu Feb 12, 2009 1:36 pm
dknyinva wrote:
AngelaKendig wrote:2 Google results. My bad. Didn't realize there is third-party firmware to do such a thing. Which one are you using? I might try it also. Thanks for the info.
Try dd-wrt.com and most linux distro support static DHCP. I'm currently using debian.

Thanks

Thanks for the info.
#6272 by amcfarla
Fri Apr 10, 2009 6:17 pm
I did all the steps in this forum post and ports are still being blocked, I changed the dhcp address to only have the one address available, and then put that in the dmz(which becomes the address my router gets assigned), and it is still blocking by slingbox, till I remove the ooma box and hook it to a port on my router. Ports are open then, yet I don't get the QOS on the ooma box.
#6338 by lohertz
Sun Apr 12, 2009 3:17 pm
IMHO, you should rarely, rarely ever use DMZ. It use to be common when online gaming started, now, most routers have advanced settings that DMZ is rarely needed. VoIP and Ooma are no exception.

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