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#4607 by twarner776
Fri Mar 13, 2009 2:11 pm
New to ooma and could not find this anywhere on the net or boards. Is there a way to log into the ooma hub? I did not know if there was setting that could be changed on the hub and if there was a generic user name and password.


Thanks
#4608 by murphy
Fri Mar 13, 2009 2:13 pm
Connect a computer to the Home port of the hub and connect to:

http://setup.ooma.com
#4617 by twarner776
Fri Mar 13, 2009 5:08 pm
ok so im not sure how i missed that but that but thanks. Now onto the next problem. on my router which is a apple airport extreme i had a lot of ports forwarded. I tried through the ooma page to forward all ports to my router and then let the router handle the rest but I can not connect to any of the devices from outside the network. I believe I have it set up correctly because when I VPN into work I get traffic both ways which i did not get before changing the ooma settings. Is there not a way I can stick the ooma hub behind my router and have the router forward all of the ooma ports to the hub? i believe the ports are 1194, 49000-49999.
or is there something that I a missing?

Thanks Again
#4626 by koehn
Fri Mar 13, 2009 6:38 pm
dlong wrote:ooma uses the following application ports for data and voice traffic:
UDP 1194, UDP 3480, UDP 514, UDP 49000-50000 and TCP 443

See this:
http://cp-ooma.talismaonline.com/al/126 ... r=0.518963

When the ooma is behind the router, you'll also need to let the router do the QOS.

Note that Ooma only uses those ports for outbound traffic, and doesn't require any inbound port mapping if you put it inside your router.
#4649 by twarner776
Sat Mar 14, 2009 6:32 am
dlong wrote:ooma uses the following application ports for data and voice traffic:
UDP 1194, UDP 3480, UDP 514, UDP 49000-50000 and TCP 443

See this:
http://cp-ooma.talismaonline.com/al/126 ... r=0.518963

When the ooma is behind the router, you'll also need to let the router do the QOS.



I can forward all of the ports but I dont think I monitor the QOS from my router that I know of
#4822 by scots
Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:39 am
twarner776 wrote:I can forward all of the ports but I dont think I monitor the QOS from my router that I know of


The Apple AirPort Extreme does not have any QOS settings, so you are correct that you don't "monitor" the QOS from your router.

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