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i wrote an article helping anyone trying to configure an ooma to work with a linksys router
i searched around and couldn't find anything
hopefully this will help anyone else out there trying to accomplish the same thing
http://www.logisticsct.com/blog/2010/08 ... ys-router/
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Amazing. I simply plugged it into the router and it works fine. Now it's on the other end of a wireless-G connection from the router and still works fine. It's Ooma's network, not mine, that doesn't work well, unfortunately. But that's all in other threads. The Telo itself is perfectly happy with none of the stuff you did. Why'd you do all that?
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nn5i wrote:I simply plugged it into the router and it works fine.
The same here. I had no issues connecting my Ooma to a Linksys wireless router.