Thanks guys and hope to hear from you soon.
Plug the Telo into your router (like you would a pc) using the TO INTERNET port on the Telo to any port on the router.
Turn on the Telo. If everything works right away you should be seeing a flashing red ooma logo, the lights out, then blue bottom row of keys.
Blinking blue logo means no connection.
Did you register the Telo to be used WITH your landline? (integrated) If so you need to plug a phone cable from the wall jack of your house to the WALL port on the Telo. If you did not register Telo with your landline then the WALL port need not be connected. Just to be clear if you registered the Telo WITH your landline you would be using your landline number. If not you would have a temporary ooma number.
At this point you should not have anything plugged into the HOME/NETWORK port on the Telo. Plug a laptop or pc into this port and reboot the pc/laptop so the Telo assigns the pc an ip. Go to http://setup.ooma.com
On the STATUS page look to see if your router has assigned the Telo an ip. MODEM: CONNECTED (IP ADDRESS)
If you have an ip here, then your router has assigned the Telo an ip, if not, your router had not. (problem)
Go to the NETWORK page. Under MODEM PORT MAC ADDRESS: Click USE BUILT IN and click UPDATE.
Reboot the router and the Telo.
Ok, enough for now, let us know what happens from here.
and by the way, Welcome to the Ooma Forums. Lot's of users here to help out.
"Your ooma Network is Registering, please wait...
Ooma Core: Detecting...
Phone Line: No phone line detected, check the phone line is properly connected.
Phone Setup: we are waiting for your phone line to be configured for the ooma network
Second Line: Enabled
Voice Mail: Enabled
That is what my home tab looks like. I dont understand the phone line stuff but yeah.
MODEM: CONNECTED (ip address) this would be an ip assigned to the Telo from the router. Do you see a number in there?
If not, your router is not assigning an ip to the Telo.
Under the network tab
Modem: Connected: (ip from router is here)
Home: Connected: (another ip)
Ooma Tunnel: Disconnected
DNS: 311- Running
Web server: 314- Running
VPN: 2203- Running
That is what it says under my network tab. I am also in the process of uploading a video of it starting up to youtube so once it is up I will put the link here.
Log in to your router. Find the area in the router menu to add DMZ.
Add the ip that your router assigned to the Telo into the DMZ in your router. So, if it is 192.168.1.100 add that in the DMZ.
Click save or update, which ever your router needs to add that entry.
Reboot the router and the Telo. It should update now.
Hope this helps too.