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The first day I could not use it until the second day when I read about the little troubleshooting at the back of the booklet and I found out that I have to swap the cables from wall and home, but after the next day is only giving busy signals, and I never could receive any call yet, because all are send to voicemail of the previous phone company. Now I am wondering if I made a right decision to get in this mess.
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If you want someone to help you we need to know more information.
How do you have the ooma hub connected with your system?
For instance, Do you have it connected like:
modem--> ooma hub--> router
modem--> router--> ooma hub
Do you have ooma setup WITH a landline or without?
Yes, anything can be a "mess" if you don't connect it correctly.