tgakk wrote:Just thought of something--I can't see it in my dhcp table on my router and I should be able to if it was getting an IP from my dhcp server. Do I need to turn off dhcp somehow or set a static ip on the Ooma hub? Since I can't see the hub right now (don't know its IP), I'd have to move it in front of my router to make changes. setup.ooma.com fails goes to a 404 error
I'm still reading this post to see if you got it solved, but I have the exact same problem. And I have static ip's set for each of my computers and devices and still every time I make a call, my computers lose internet access. It is very maddening. And I hope you got it resolved. I'm half way through your post. BTW my router is a D-Link DIR655. Cool, I just peeked to see and it looks like you solved it. Trying that solution now.