Maybe you can call the Dr Phil show and see if you can get on that, That will be a good thing before the lag gets really ugly, dont want to see it get so bad it turns into a Jerry Springer call.Davesworld wrote:We all know you meant the lag issue but the sentence makes it look as if your wife's complaining is THE issue.Soundjudgment wrote:"" my wife is begininng to complain. Can anyone offer some advice on how to get rid of this issue? ""
Call a Divorce Attorney.
In all seriousness...
Go to setup.ooma.com and click on the status to the left and see what REV of the firmware you are running, make sure you have the latest firmware, which is 36111.
What download/upload speed do you subscribe to with your DSL? Do you have anything that connects to your network constant, a P2P program, or online backup? Online backups can cause problems. If you have an online backup,change it to low priority mode.
Other than that, you have 2% packet loss, I would wonder why your losing packets. Try a new phone cord, a shorter one if you can. I know with me, I had a lot of problems at first, and I have a cable modem, and my cables were a little loose and that was causing problems. How long have you had DSL? And the modem? If its been a few years, maybe try switching out your modem with your provider if you can.