Normally it should work. There are factors where quality might be a problem, depending on the connection speed and quality. If it is a home setup where you can plug into a router or into a broadband modem, it should work.markdes wrote:Can I take my Ooma hub with me to another location, plug it in to the Internet connection there and have it work like I was at home?
I have tried mine at 3 other locations and it worked fine - and my home number rang wherever I had my hub.
Many folks do this with a vacation home or when on an extended visit. If some of the ports are blocked (as in the case of a business location) it may not work. If the location is served by a wireless Internet service, it may not work well. In a lot of cases, it is great.markdes wrote:Can I take my Ooma hub with me to another location, plug it in to the Internet connection there and have it work like I was at home?
One extremely important issue: Always make sure to update your location information in my.ooma.com so that E911 always has a valid address for where the unit is located. In an emergency, you don't want to have the wrong address for emergency repsonders.
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