Ooma, Chumby and UDP port 123

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ebsebs
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Ooma, Chumby and UDP port 123

Post by ebsebs » Mon Jul 12, 2010 11:07 am

I have an Ooma Telo and two Chumby (http://www.chumby.com) internet devices.
Both Ooma and Chumby use UDP port 123 (NTP).
I originally installed the Telo before my wireless router, and the call quality was great (QOS set to 768KB).

After a month or so, my Chumby's started having trouble authorizing my account at chumby.com.
After lots of experimenting, I moved the Telo after the router, and the Chumby problem went away.
However, the call quality is not as good.

Is there some way I can put the Telo back before the router, but still allow the Chumby's to use port 123?

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Re: Ooma, Chumby and UDP port 123

Post by highq » Mon Jul 12, 2010 12:28 pm

What would prevent several simultaneous UDP via the Network Time Protocol Port, which is # 123?

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Re: Ooma, Chumby and UDP port 123

Post by ebsebs » Tue Jul 13, 2010 4:44 am

highq,

That's a good question!

I'm not sure that the issue is the use of port 123, but I know that the Telo blocked the Chumby's ability to authorize
until I moved it after the router.

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