1 Reset the ooma to factory setting
2 Put Ooma after modem
3 Just every thing to default setting and no changing the Qos setting etc
I have cable connection and have extreme connection speeds. Five days back I have put the ooma behind the router and the result is same no issues what so ever. I hope it stays the same.
It was nothing but resetting the hub to factory setting and it worked for me.
Just thought to share my latest experience.
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If call quality goes downward again, I would do a few voip speedtests at http://www.whichvoip.com/voip/speed_test/ppspeed.html and see if your upload and download quality is ok.
I've had my Ooma for about a month now and I'm one very happy camper. I had Packet 8 (8X8) for 2 years and although it was OK for a long while, when I switched from a landline based DSL to ATT U-Verse Fiber Optics and my configuration changed from the DSL modem + my own separate Linksys Router to the new all in one Modem/Router that ATT provided, I had nothing but problems. I had to reboot the Packet 8 Hub 2 times a day in order for it to work. Mind you, I wasn't around the house to do this except on weekend; so when people called the house they couldn't get thru. All of this cost me $200/year plus monthly tax on the service. I was due to renew Sept 1 so I decided to spend that $200 on Ooma and that was one of the best moves ever. Not only is the service reliable, but the voice quality absolutely blows away Packet 8.
I see that some newbies have joined us & I just wanted to say "HI" and that you'll be glad you did.
I didn't have any set up issues, just followed instructions. It took about 10 minutes and would have taken less except that I had to move some wires around that are all hidden away in pipes. One thing that I played with was the return wire from the Hub to the Computer. I didn't do that at first & it really didn't make any difference; but when I doubled checked with Tech Support they said it is better to use factory specs so I switched it. It didn't do anything for me because I can't make any adjustments because the adjustment software is Windows based & I have a Mac. But, all is just fine, so no matter.