i don't see this as a "real" option: since there are those that DON'T want to re-wire their home (or can't, ie apt dwellers)bw1 wrote:Groundhound has it working on his hub, so there's no reason that I can think of that it wouldn't work on the Telo if connected the same way.bc3tech wrote:Since a scout is essentially required in this application, it means that the next-gen Telo that should be coming out in the next couple of months will essentially take Caller ID on your TV off the table:
Groundhound wrote: Caller ID
I have a DirecTv HR22 connected to the line1 circuit in my house, which in turn is fed from the phone port on my hub. The only reason I have it connected at all is for the caller ID feature of the HR22. If you do a bit of searching regarding this feature and the HR22, you will find that it is a common problem regardless of the phone company. Occasionally the HR22 stops displaying caller ID and the only fix is a red button reset, after which it begins to work again. I found this to be true before and after ooma. So if your HR22 is connected to your hub's phone port, a reset of the HR22 may be all that's needed.
I suspect that's not a high percentage of people looking to upgrade or initially buy the Telo.
I've read that the current hub and scout will still be supported and offered for sale.