At the same time I've been having problems with static on my calls. Many calls to tech. support failed to resolve that issue.
I'm beginning to wonder if my OOMA Hub has a problem even though it is "working". Maybe not putting out a strong enough signal to power the Scout 50 ft away? Is this also related to the static?
Thing I've tried to eliminate static include:
Tried using a different phone unit.
Replaced ethernet cable.
Tried different A/C outlet
Test call quality with Visualware - no problems with dropped packets, jitter, etc.
Any advice would be most welcome.
I was hoping that the power adapter would have corrected to static issue also.krawfo wrote:T'Bird - you nailed it. I happened to have an extra 12V 1 amp wall wort laying around. That got my Scout back to work. If you're up for another miracle, any ideas on the static? The new wort didn't fix that.
If you have a DSL filter lying around, try connecting the DSL filter in the phone circuit, even if you don't use DSL Internet service.
The Scout requires a 5 Volt power supply. 12 volts will destroy it.krawfo wrote:T'Bird - you nailed it. I happened to have an extra 12V 1 amp wall wort laying around. That got my Scout back to work. If you're up for another miracle, any ideas on the static? The new wort didn't fix that.
Telo with 2 Handsets, a Linx, and a Safety Phone
Telo2 with 2 Handsets and a Linx
Well at least you tried.krawfo wrote:T'Bird - I got a DLS filter today and installed it. No joy. Still full of static. I went by Costco last week and picked up a Telo unit. I just installed it and the static is gone. Problem solved but I'm $189 poorer !
These thread probably aren't very helpful but:
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=203&p=735&hilit=Oom ... tatic#p735
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=503&p=2061&hilit=Oo ... atic#p2061
viewtopic.php?f=4&t=763&p=3357&hilit=Oo ... atic#p3357