Were I you, I would keep a landline for outgoing only calls (they used to offer these lines at a discount, don't know if that's still a practice today) for this most important task. As much as we all love Ooma, there are still (I feel) mission critical uses that I just wouldn't trust to anything but %100 foolproof.
(Granted, even a traditional landline--if those exist anymore in pure form, can fail... there are just not as many variables it would seem)
Beyond what I said above, I think there are some tweeks you can make... though I don't know if they'd be relevant.LOOKOUT16 wrote:Unable to use Medtronic Carelink Monitor to call in my Inplanted Cardio Defibulator readings to my doctor. I can hear the call being placed but the call will not connect to the doctor"s office. I have tried plugging the Carelink Monitor directly to the Ooma switch. Any ideas.
This is a Premier only setting (Which I don't know if you've subscribed to, or if it would have any relevancy) but at my.ooma.com/system there's a setting "Enable Premier FAX" with a list box enabling 3 progressive levels of redundancy.
The logic being, if it does use any kind of automated signaling this might help?
Also you could try a setting http://www.ooma.com/app/support/star-co ... oma-device that might help toggle a necessary call filter I guess but since you wrote the call won't even connect, I've probably suggested things with varying degrees of moot-ness.
Call Customer Support and make sure they help resolve this for you.