Ooma Telo Stutter

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Re: Ooma Telo Stutter

Post by lbmofo » Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:14 pm

Great to hear. With the new modem, are you getting good whichvoip results? The jitter and delay may measure high sometimes but you should not get any packet loss.
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Re: Ooma Telo Stutter

Post by nibes » Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:18 pm

Eureka!

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Re: Ooma Telo Stutter

Post by dray1 » Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:48 pm

lbmofo wrote:Great to hear. With the new modem, are you getting good whichvoip results? The jitter and delay may measure high sometimes but you should not get any packet loss.
No, My results are still pretty bad and very inconsistent on that website. but it is working without interruption. So far I haven't had any issues so I am not going to go crazy about the test results anymore.

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Re: Ooma Telo Stutter

Post by jarome » Sat Aug 27, 2011 10:22 am

I bought a Telo extension, and had much worse reception in my bedroom than with my old Uniden 5.8 GHz phone. The Telo extension is unusable there!
I am wondering about the Panasonic KX-TG6544B. Thunderbird said it was better than the 5.8 GHz he had. But I already have the Uniden plugged into my Telo base unit, so I am wondering if the Panasonic base unit can sync with the Telo directly?
If not, can I use a phone splitter and connect both the Panasonic and Uniden base stations to the Telo base? If so, which base unit do the Panasonic extensions sync with?

Will the panasonic extension units sync directly with the Telo base?

Thanks,
Jim

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Re: Ooma Telo Stutter

Post by thunderbird » Sat Aug 27, 2011 10:46 am

jarome wrote:I bought a Telo extension, and had much worse reception in my bedroom than with my old Uniden 5.8 GHz phone. The Telo extension is unusable there!
I am wondering about the Panasonic KX-TG6544B. Thunderbird said it was better than the 5.8 GHz he had. But I already have the Uniden plugged into my Telo base unit, so I am wondering if the Panasonic base unit can sync with the Telo directly?
If not, can I use a phone splitter and connect both the Panasonic and Uniden base stations to the Telo base? If so, which base unit do the Panasonic extensions sync with?

Will the panasonic extension units sync directly with the Telo base?

Thanks,
Jim
We continue to be very happy with our Panasonic KX-TG6544B four phone system. No the Panasonic handset phones do not communicate directly with the Ooma Telo. The Panasonic phone system has its own base, with which the handsets communicate. The Panasonic base unit connects to the Ooma Telo's phone port with a phone cord.
Yes you can use a phone splitter.

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