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#80211 by overzeetop
Mon Apr 25, 2011 4:01 am
After finding out that the QoS settings in DD-WRT wasn't helping my Telo (loss of my voice during large downloads), I put my Telo between my DSL modem (3.0/768) and my router. Then I started having some problems on web page loads (esp Google Maps), and my upload speed seemed exceptionally slow.

Using Speedtest, I recorded 1.6Mb up / 230kb down / 340ms ping times on three consecutive tests. I unplugged the Telo and put my network router directly into the modem, and tried three more times and got 2.7Mb up/640kb down and 48ms ping times. This was in a 5-6 minute period. It also fixed mg Google Map problem I'd been having since I put the router behind the Telo. Is this normal? Is it a known Bug? I searched the forums, but the only issues seem to be with the Hub.
#80212 by thunderbird
Mon Apr 25, 2011 4:34 am
overzeetop wrote:After finding out that the QoS settings in DD-WRT wasn't helping my Telo (loss of my voice during large downloads), I put my Telo between my DSL modem (3.0/768) and my router. Then I started having some problems on web page loads (esp Google Maps), and my upload speed seemed exceptionally slow.

Using Speedtest, I recorded 1.6Mb up / 230kb down / 340ms ping times on three consecutive tests. I unplugged the Telo and put my network router directly into the modem, and tried three more times and got 2.7Mb up/640kb down and 48ms ping times. This was in a 5-6 minute period. It also fixed mg Google Map problem I'd been having since I put the router behind the Telo. Is this normal? Is it a known Bug? I searched the forums, but the only issues seem to be with the Hub.

This should help:
Go to http://www.speedtest.net/ and after running a few times, record the average upload and download speeds.
Go into your Ooma Setup pages by typing http://172.27.35.1 in your computer's browser window. The Ooma Setup pages open.
On the left click on Advanced.
Under Quality of Service, set both the Upstream and Downstream Internet speeds to about 80 % of measured download and upload Speed Test speeds. Click on Update each time you make a change. Reboot your Ooma device and test.
Note: 80 percent is just a starting point. You may have to adjust the QoS Internet Speeds up or down to allow best VoIP voice and still maintain bandwidth for you LAN.
#80215 by murphy
Mon Apr 25, 2011 5:45 am
overzeetop wrote:After finding out that the QoS settings in DD-WRT wasn't helping my Telo (loss of my voice during large downloads), I put my Telo between my DSL modem (3.0/768) and my router. Then I started having some problems on web page loads (esp Google Maps), and my upload speed seemed exceptionally slow.

Using Speedtest, I recorded 1.6Mb up / 230kb down / 340ms ping times on three consecutive tests. I unplugged the Telo and put my network router directly into the modem, and tried three more times and got 2.7Mb up/640kb down and 48ms ping times. This was in a 5-6 minute period. It also fixed mg Google Map problem I'd been having since I put the router behind the Telo. Is this normal? Is it a known Bug? I searched the forums, but the only issues seem to be with the Hub.

You have your download and upload speeds reversed. Download is always faster than upload.
#80258 by Bobby B
Mon Apr 25, 2011 3:29 pm
Is your Telo sitting right on top of the modem? Do your download speeds improve if you move the Telo away from the modem (you may need a longer Ethernet cable)?

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