The system functions perfectly fine . . . I am simply trying to understand the number discrepancy described below.
My physical Ooma Telo adapter has a printed label stating it has a MAC Address that ends in 6.
My account information on Ooma.com also notes that my assigned equipment has a MAC address that ends in 6.
However, my system router identifies my Ooma Adapter as having a MAC address that ends in 7.
The preceeding 9 digits on both MAC addresses are the identical, only the last digit is different.
Can anyone explain why these MAC addresses are not all identical ??
Is it possible that the Telo RJ-45 jack labeled "TO INTERNET" has one MAC address and the other RJ-45 jack labeled "HOME NETWORK" has another MAC address?
Each internet device that has multiple ports must have a unique MAC address for each port.sparkyguy3809 wrote: Is it possible that the Telo RJ-45 jack labeled "TO INTERNET" has one MAC address and the other RJ-45 jack labeled "HOME NETWORK" has another MAC address?
A wireless router will have three MAC addresses.
One for the wired connection to the internet (WAN)
One for the wired connection to the devices it serves (LAN).
All of the LAN ports on a router have the same MAC address because those ports are actually a built in switch.
One for the wireless connection to the devices it serves (WLAN).
Telo with 2 Handsets, a Linx, and a Safety Phone
Telo2 with 2 Handsets and a Linx