With the Ooma device connected Modem-Router-Ooma, sometimes for a few people, there are some Quality of Service issues that are caused by the router.mgianzero wrote:Okay. I did as described and it worked! It just takes a few minutes for the modem and then the router and then the hub to boot in sequence.
So why does Ooma describe the installation ONLY with the configuration of modem -> hub -> router when it's really easier and more versatile to connect it as modem -> router -> hub?
Then never even suggest that you can change the order by placing the hub after the router.
I think Ooma doesn't want to get involved in router configuration, since there are so many different router manufacutures and router models. (Although sometimes if you call Ooma Customer Support, they will suggest the Modem-Router-Ooma connection, if nothing else works).
Of coarse in the Ooma Forum, there are very few routers out there that Ooma Forum members hasn't owned and used with the Ooma device connected behind the router.
So it's easy to post in the Ooma forum requesting information about a certain setup, and there is always someone that can give very good advice.