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#80165 by samson
Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:46 pm
I need some help as to the best way to accomplish this. Here's the situation:

I have an existing phone line/number that I would like to port to OOMA from qwest. I would like to add a new phone line/number from ooma so that I have 2 lines ringing into my home. The new line/number will be my Main line. I only need to be able to call out on the Main line(with that calledID showing to callers). I expect to use the Premier servcie.

I am not sure about the best way to acomplish this. Can I do it with 1 Telo or do I need 2? If 2 are needed what type of setup is needed to get them to work together?

Thanks, :D

#80166 by murphy
Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:59 pm
You can do it with one Telo.
If you need to be able to talk on both phone numbers at the same tim you will also need a Telo Handset.
Activate the Telo in non-landline (stand alone) mode and pick your new number.
When you port the Quest number call support and specify that you want that numbet to be your second number.

Calls to either number will ring all phones.
Calls made either with the phone(s) connected to the phone port or the Telo handset will use the main number by default.
If you ever want to make a call using the second number precede the called number with **1.
#80167 by samson
Sun Apr 24, 2011 1:04 pm
Thanks Murphy!

1 more questions. Is there are trick to getting 2 telos to work on the same internet conection? (We already have a home phone on an existing Telo)

#80174 by murphy
Sun Apr 24, 2011 2:09 pm
If you put them behind your router they will work fine.
If you want to put them in series ahead of your router you have to change the IP subnet of the DHCP server in one of them.
Change it from to

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