You way does, but interrupting the power to the unit.
The device is a network router and intended to be on 24/7. If you put a power switch on it, people will think they're supposed to turn it off and wonder why they don't get phone calls while it's off.
My cable modem and D-Link routers don't have power switches nor do the rest of my networking components. I don't expect my Ooma phone router to have a power switch.
Most things that I have that are not supposed to be turned off don't have a power switch.
I don't remember. Does the Ooma device reboot if you hold the Ooma tab button down? I know if you hold it while plugging it in it factory resets, but what about when it's already on?
Yes, very simple.niknak wrote: I have all my network equipment (router, hubs, switch, ooma ) plugged into a power strip which then connects to a battery backup UPS.
All I need to do is press the button on the power strip to cycle all my devices