I think it may have to do with the Ooma Telo latest Firmware version 45073 (typo corrected).demaximis wrote: Thanks - I've reviewed most of those posts, and I always had my QoS set up in a similar manner to the one you referred me to. However, suddenly things are not so good anymore in OOMA-world, and the wife is not happy. For almost a year, my settings worked flawlessly. Then, a couple of weeks ago, every call sounds like the robot from Buck Rogers (beedey beedey ). So, again, what's changed? It appears from the forum that many others have a very similar story -- everything was fine until a short time ago, then call quality takes it in the dumper. Why?
They changed QoS software to be able to shut QoS off completely, when Internet upstream and internet downstream setting are set to zero.
Zero QoS settings are to be used when the Ooma Telo is connected behind the router.
Before Firmware version 45072 there was a "bug" that didn't do this.
The work around before was to set the Internet upstream and Internet downstream QoS settings to a higher number than your Internet speeds. It may worth a try to try this again if your Ooma Telo is connected behind your router.
These setting are used only if you have your Ooma Telo connected behind your router.