This forum includes tips for maintaining the best audio quality possible with the Ooma System. If your Ooma system is having issues with dropped calls, static audio or echo, look here for assistance.
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bobboothe wrote:Did anyone figure out a resolution for this problem? I'm suddenly having the same issue out of the blue.
Is there anything that can be done or does it fix itself?
Please list you area code, (but not your whole phone number).
Power off the Ooma device for fifteen minutes. This allows time for the Ooma servers to reload/reset your Ooma profile. Then repower the Ooma device and test.
For testing and isolation, disconnect all phones from the Ooma device. Remove power from your wireless phone base. Connect only one corded phone to the Ooma device's Phone port and test.
For testing and isolation, setup Modem-Ooma-corded phone only and test. This means that the router and all other LAN equipment is unpowered and disconnected from the Modem-Ooma test setup.
Last resort, Contact Ooma Customer Support:
Phone: 1-888-711-OOMA (6662)
Monday-Friday 7am-7pm PST
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Sorry to reply to an old thread, but this started happening to me a couple of days ago. It then degraded to the point where callers couldn't even get through - all they heard was the "all circuits are busy" recording. I checked this morning and calls are getting thought again (at least for the moment), but there is still a ton of static.
I determined that this was only happening to Verizon callers, and of course Ooma (no)support immediately pointed the finger at Verizon. I called Verizon customer (no)service and their rep faithfully followed their flowchart and pointed their finger back at Ooma.
I am suspicious that this started happening only couple of weeks after the Ooma Telo device's warranty expired. We had absolutely no issues for a year and nothing has changed here - same ISP, same router, same phone, same everything...
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I'm having the same issues. Static only on incoming calls, clear and no problems on outgoing calls. You can see the Caller ID ok when someone calls and the phone rings, however, when you pick up there is only static on Ooma end - on caller end, there is nothing but the phone ringing sound (no connection ever takes place). Takes about 3-5 minutes for line to "reconnect" on phone connected to Ooma in the house (all phones in house react the same). Have rebooted everything, and tried the modem-ooma connection with no change in static/connection problem. Is this indication of a bad ooma box or something at the server end?
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Another late reply to this thread.
I’m getting the same issue here where I’m hearing a tremendous amount of static only for incoming callers. Outgoing calls from my Ooma teleo are crystal clear according to the call receivers.
The static is severe enough that I’m unable to make out complete sentences with caller voices breaking up.
I’ve tried connecting the phone directly to the ooma unit with the same result.
I’m located in Markham Canada (just north of Toronto), area code 905.
Not sure, but from reading this thread these issues either resolve themselves or never get resolved(?) as there doesn’t seem to be a solution documented in the thread.