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#11393 by niknak
Fri Jun 12, 2009 8:13 pm
Those speed tests are for VOIP testing
He can check his connection speed by checking the DUN icon on the taskbar
#11398 by murphy
Sat Jun 13, 2009 3:23 am
mspitz081387 wrote:My original use for it was to use free dial up services (they are many free local access numbers) on the ooma line, to have the ability to have multiple ip addresses.

In addition to putting *99, in the dial string, try setting both QOS numbers in the hub setup to 0. That is the only way that I was able to get a reliable dial up modem connection to work through the ooma hub.
#11399 by scottlindner
Sat Jun 13, 2009 3:58 am
daet wrote:
WayneDsr wrote:Then why did he include a speed test?

Confused as usual.

Wayne


Because someone misinterpreted his original message, and suggested he run a speedtest to determine if "ooma would work over dial-up", so to speak.

And he did one, presumably to test how reliable/usable it would be.


You are right. I thought he wanted to run Ooma over a landline.

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