The connection to the Internet or modem is causing problems for you.howardc64 wrote:Add me to the list. Nothings changed but quality went down significantly in the last couple of months after a few months of perfect usage. My setup is DSL Modem->HUB->OOMA and Using DECT 6 wireless phones. speedtest shows 2Mbit down/600k up. Google chat phone call quality is perfect.
Here is the speedtest.phonepower.com results.
http://speedtest.phonepower.com/myspeed ... t?id=73977
Problems seems worse in the evenings than during day time.
I'd guess it's the Internet provider.
Look at this from your test, Downstream jitter 53.0 ms, very, very bad. Should be 5ms or less.
After you run http://www.speedtest.net/, you will see a "Rate Your ISP" box. Inside that box will be IP address that was assigned to you from your Internet provider. Write down that IP address.
Run http://speedtest.phonepower.com/ and note the readings.
Reboot the Modem & Hub.
Run http://www.speedtest.net/ again and make sure that the “Rate Your ISP" box, IP address that was assigned to you from your Internet provider has changed. Write down that address.
Run again http://speedtest.phonepower.com/ and note if reading improved.
When I was in China along with our Ooma Telo, I had to do the above procedure over and over until I connected with a satisfactory DSL IP address issued by the Internet provider. Sometimes I had to do the procedure up to twenty times. But once I connected to a satisfactory IP address, the Ooma Telo could make calls loud and clear without delay, to the USA or to the USA and back to a Chinese phone.
Try the above procedure and let me know it helps.