I would certainly pay a few extra bucks for a TELO that added a few Gigabit wired ports, DDNS support and 802.nn? flavors of wireless. It occurs to me that if you did, 90% of home users could get rid of their routers entirely and have a much simpler configuration experience and consolidate their cordless phones, wi-fi access points/routers and answering machines with one device.
When I see all the routing features the TELO has already I realize the only things my router is doing for me that the TELO can't is DDNS, wireless access and gigabit wired port(s)
From your perspective, I'd think that you could tweak the router side to better suite OOMA's VOIP needs.
Anyway, at least do DDNS. Thanks