I need to disable DHCP - there is no option for that and it conflicts with the DHCP server I have on my network. This issue is actually becoming a deal killer for me.
-- Under DHCP that exists, I cannot configure the DHCP options, such as internal DNS Servers, etc. This is why I cannot use Ooma DNS it as it breaks my home network.
There is no option for UPnP to enable the firewall to dynamically open and close firewall ports for applications in use on workstations.
I will add more as I get to it.
Telo with 2 Handsets, a Linx, and a Safety Phone
Telo2 with 2 Handsets and a Linx
Agree.murphy wrote:Put the ooma hub after your router and don't connect anything to it's home port.
Then use, for example Tomato router firmware to do some seriously kick ass QOS and put the Ooma Hub data at highest priority.