Having trouble placing or receiving calls or using your voicemail system on Ooma Telo VoIP Phones? Post your questions here.
#34851 by oomamax
Thu Nov 26, 2009 8:39 am
Uh oh. One of those, "Can I play on the Internet, too, mommy?" ISP companies. Probably there to serve outlying, far-reaching or fringe-area service locations. Good luck on doing high-speed VoIP with them. Better yet, what are your other ISP alternatives?


No alternatives. Verizon has the phone service, but don't offer DSL. Clearwire doesn't go here. The ISP has actually been very reliable. No problems streaming Netflix movies on PS3, including HD.

Whether they can handle voip remains to be seen. Here are latest voip test results:

This report refers to a connection test carried out by IP address [hidden] on 26 Nov 2009 8:33:02 GMT-08:00.

Download speed 5421 Kbps
Upload speed 742 Kbps
D/load QOS 67 %
U/load QOS 96 %
RTT 50 ms
Max Delay 324 ms
Avg Delay 1 ms
Max Bandwidth 5840 Kbps
Route Speed 10485 Kbps
Forced Idle 0 %
Route Conc 1.0
Download test s
Upload test s

Max Delay and D/load QOS not so hot. Sometimes these numbers are fine, sometimes not. Phone is working right now, but will it continue to do so? I have another week or so to decide, before I must return hardware to Best Buy.
#34853 by oomamax
Thu Nov 26, 2009 9:04 am
bw1 wrote:You said your landline is disconnected. Did you select a new phone number from Ooma when you activated?

Did you port your landline number to Ooma?

What kind of phone are you using?

Did you try a regular corded phone?

When you reboot, unplug the Modem and Telo. Plug in the Telo and wait 30 seconds and then plug in the Modem.


Using new phone number from Ooma. Porting old number will happen in a couple weeks. Using Panasonic cordless with Dect 6.0 (3 phones), plus 2 other cordless phones (5 phones total) scattered around house. Tried a corded phone a few days ago, but not with this latest problem. Phones are working right now, but assuming I have trouble again, I'll try your recommended reboot sequence.
#34855 by oomamax
Thu Nov 26, 2009 9:09 am
Here's another set of voip test data, just done -

This report refers to a connection test carried out by IP address [hidden] on 26 Nov 2009 9:06:02 GMT-08:00.

Download speed 5858 Kbps
Upload speed 740 Kbps
D/load QOS 98 %
U/load QOS 95 %
RTT 49 ms
Max Delay 12 ms
Avg Delay 1 ms
Max Bandwidth 5858 Kbps
Route Speed 10699 Kbps
Forced Idle 0 %
Route Conc 1.0
Download test s
Upload test s

As I said, sometimes this is very clean, sometimes not. Enough for now - time for football and turkey.
#34867 by Soundjudgment
Thu Nov 26, 2009 10:54 am
Now that *last* report is the numbers you want to receive all the time. That one is much better. Also, call Verizon when you get the chance and ask what the ETA is for true Fios fiber-service out at your location. There is no doubt they are digging up the trenches and pulling much of their copper wiring out around the country, and going all fiber as time passes on. AT&T is doing it, too. Old-school DSL (and its speed-limits) is dead... so no need to waste time with that.
#36848 by shampooguy
Fri Dec 11, 2009 6:17 pm
I am having the exact same problem with my Telo, after having zero problems with my old Ooma hub, all variables being equal. I randomly cannot call out. The phone on the other end will ring and the person will pick up to nothing. Fortunately, what works most of the time is when I call my Google Voice number to make an outgoing call, or when I use my GV online account to place a call. It's been very frustrating, and the 5 calls to customer service have resulted in no help, only various reasons as to why it's not working. They wanted me to keep a log of what numbers I was trying to call and what providers they are...well, one number is their own customer service number

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