I just bought my ooma a few days ago, so far everything is working well. This probably has something to do with a simple setting on my browser, but when i go to the ooma setup page: setup.ooma.com in XP, Vista, or Windows 7 using ie or firefox, while the setup webpage comes up, I see the "ooma Setup" and the "Navigation" boxes, I don't see any information in the larger box to the right of the "Navigation" box except when I click "ports".
However, if I boot up with Ubuntu and use firfox, I see the setup web page fine with all the information displayed in all boxes. ubuntu is running firefox 3.0.15 (which came pre-installed), and windows is running firefox 3.5.5, so I'm assuming it's some setting that has changed by default in the browser, but nothing comes to mind.
Any help is appreciated.
Also, i have a general question. I was listening to a promotion for the Telo, and heard that it has a "much faster processor" than the original HUB. I wanted to know exactly how much faster, and what type of processor is the HUB and Telo running. Thanks.
The Telo runs a duel core 450 MHz processor, which you can read about here: http://www.linuxfordevices.com/c/a/News/Ooma-Telo/ & http://ip-pbx.tmcnet.com/topics/ip-pbx/ ... -phone.htm. I read somewhere that the older Hub's processor is quite a bit less capable, but I can't find that article now.
That was exactly it. I'm running KIS 2010 on the windows Machines. I paused it and the ooma setup page windows came up fine. I'll have to configure KIS to not block those pages. Didn't occur to me that KIS would have a problem with the ooma setup page.If you're running Kaspersky anti virus that has been known to block the setup page.
Also, thanks for the links and info on the processors.
Great forum support. Thanks.
P.S. One last thing. I noticed that you can also access the ooma hub through telnet, but it asks for login credentials. As a linux device, I assume the username should be root, but do you or anyone else know the password?