Logs on that day show that the telo failed to receive routes that it uses to place the call. This is a networking issue having to do with packet fragmentation. Frequently this is a transient problem. Placing the telo in front of the router can help with this. If it continues to occur call support, mention the 'no routes', they'll check the logs and will know what to do next.rikerspharm wrote:Outgoing calls all have rapid busy signal to all numbers
Checked logs on this one and this has a different root cause. Only recourse is to reboot. I've entered a bug for it (21647).trose531 wrote:Same issue - rapid busy signal when calling out. I continually have to re-boot the Telo (unplug/re-plug) and that fixes it temporarily. Very frustrating.
Ooma Telo is at version 90411, advanced tcp/udp denied port 53 for basic and is advanced udp 123
Linksys EA3500 <---- pc w/ethernet cable
Linksys EA3500 <===Ooma
Linksys EA3500 <----other things
I didn't get this to save money. I just wanted a reliable phone system and my phone company, Frontier, does not care about customers, and cares even less about copper lines. They just have the lines long enough until the switch over to 5G.
Ooma customer service is worthless, just like these forums, full of desperate customers. 80% of the times my calls don't go through. I either get a busy signal or a disconnection recording. The support person changed it to 10-digit dialing, which caused horrible static on the line. Then he said he couldn't help anymore.
Is everything a giant rip off. Ooma is.