The Oooma tech said I had a high jittery count, 14 and to call my ISP. I did, but of course they couldn't do anything and didn't even know what jittery meant.
Now I'm not sure what to do??
I could be wrong about this but I was wondering if it had anything to do with me reinstalling Windows XP last week. I bought the computer in '05 and I installed the original operating system. Would that have anything to do with the quality of the voice connection? Maybe it's not configured properly. Before this everything worked perfectly.
Has this ever happened to anybody? I really want to get this fixed.
P.S. everything is new, my Panasonic phone, my Motorola surfboard & the Ooma telo.
Are you back feeding dial tone into your house wiring?
It is unlikely that the computer has anything to do with the problem.
Turn the computer off and see if the problem is still there.
What are the downstream and upstream speeds that your ISP provides?
Telo with 2 Handsets, a Linx, and a Safety Phone
Telo2 with 2 Handsets and a Linx
Ooma modem -- power cord is connected to wall
home network -- connected to back of computer (light on)
to internet -- connected to Motorola surfboard
Phone - - cable is connect to the back of the Panasonic
Wall -- connected to power surge
The only port that isn't connected to anything is the USB. It's blank.
Also, I have VOIP, it's not dial up. My ISP is Wow. 2 MBPS down, 1 MBPS up.
One thing I just noticed is sometimes the Home Network light blinks. Does that make a difference?