The good news is that it IS working. And I really don't think that you have wasted a whole night for dumb ingornace. Think of it this way - because of what you went through when someone else goes on the forum asking a similar question, you will be able to give a great answer and help them on their way. Wisdom is rarely gained through academic pursuits - it is a byproduct of experience.bmx wrote: just get it working finally. go through every page on tomato firmware and find out the dhcp setting on LAN is not enabled by default!!.
Just enable it and set to 192.168.1.2- 192.168.1.149.
restart ooma. work in 5 seconds!!!
waste almost a whole night for a dumb ignorance.
thanks for everyone's help.
Welcome to the ooma family. We're a great support group for those who are going through withdrawal symptoms after getting ooma and not paying those monthly bills to the telco! You're gonna like it here!