Please consider reading a complete thread before posting totally irrelevant comments and incorrect statements like the one above. Neither the OP or the others who are trying to help have even contacted ooma. Your statement is not helpful. It is not factual. But it does make me feel sorry for you, if that is what you want. Poor me, poor me. The ooma conspiracy is out to get me. Garbage and paranoia.whn wrote:The thing is OOMA will never admit fault on anything.
Take a walk, get some fresh air, and realize that your attitude does not contribute to anything except our strong desire to have you not contribute.
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VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
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QoS won't improve your ISP's quality of service. It is used to manage your traffic so each type of traffic gets the quality of service you desire in relationship to your connection. The OP's test only determined that his ISP is more than adequate for VOIP. Depending on the OP's Internet usage there may be a need for establishing QoS to ensure his Ooma gets the priority desired to maintain call quality.niknak wrote:Based on the test results posted you have no need to change anything