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#43214 by murphy
Thu Jan 21, 2010 7:01 pm
Gav123 wrote:Was looking into this issue also. How often does this occur?

The last time there was a problem like this was in April 2009.
#43215 by Mike-o-Matic
Thu Jan 21, 2010 7:10 pm
FWIW, I'm thinking the "click" itself is a relay... and you will only hear it if you have an integrated landline.

(a) ooma goes offline, relay clicks as it reengages the landline.
(b) ooma comes back on line, relay clicks again as it disconnects the landline.

Those without a landline will hear nothing. Their ooma status light will tell the tale instead.

This theory brought to you for the low, low price of $0.00. If I'm wrong you can have a full refund :D
#43397 by bw1
Fri Jan 22, 2010 1:40 pm
No, Mike, I think you're right. It is a relay to switch to the landline. But there is nothing in the hardware of the Ooma Hub to prevent it from switching if there is no landline.

This is one of the advantages of the Hub if you have a landline. If you don't integrate the landline, you can still plug it into the wall port of Hub and the Hub will automatically switch over to the landline if internet access or power is lost to the Hub.

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