Unfortunately I wasn't able to lookup your account based on your register email address in the forums.
Your number port completed? Please send me a personal message on your Ooma mac address.
The flashing red Ooma Logo means that your Ooma device isn't receiving the Internet signal.elBryan wrote:I've been a customer since January but I haven't received a call since late February. I have been able to dial out until this week; now I just get a flashing red Ooma logo and a busy signal when I pick up the phone.
Try rebooting your Modem, than when the Modem is done booting, boot the Ooma device or Router, (which ever is next in line), than your Router or Ooma, (which ever is next in line).
If that doesn't work, report here on how your Ooma is setup, Modem-Ooma-Router or Modem-Router-Ooma.
When you report your setup, someone will post addional instructions to help you.
My setup is Modem-Ooma-Router, and I have not changed it since the initial setup in January. If my Ooma is unplugged, the wireless signal is disrupted, but I am currently able to stream NetFlix and use my laptop so I know both my modem and router are working.
After my number was ported, AT&T shut off my phone, and I was no longer able to receive calls through Ooma. I figured I'd eventually get around to figuring out that problem, but it was nice to avoid all of the telemarketers, and people could still reach me on my cell phone. Unfortunately, on April 6, the Ooma light started blinking red and I am currently without any home phone service.
Type http://172.27.35.1 into your computer Brower’s window. The Ooma setup page should open. Click on Internet settings. Make sure that behind "Connection Tpye" that "Automatic" is selected. If not click on the "Down'' arrow and select "Automatic". Than go down to "INTERNET port MAC Address:" and select "Use Built-IN". Click on the Update Button below.
Reboot your Modem, than when the Modem is done rebooting, reboot the Ooma device, and than the Router.
If the Ooma device Ooma Logo continues to flash read, Call Ooma Customer Support. Sometimes they can reset the Ooma Device from their end. If they can't then the unit is probably defective and you will have to have Ooma Support give you a replacement. If it's within the one year guarantee period, there will be no cost.
Phone: 1-888-711-OOMA (6662)
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Not so "Sadly" it's fixed now! Thanks for the feedback.EDanaII wrote:Just to follow up on my issue, sadly, this turned out to be an unplugged phone jack. It looked like it was in the wall, but the connection was broken. Fitting it back in fixed the issue.
Glad that it was something simple and worked out OK. I would not feel bad about the fire drill however. It (or something similar) has happened to all of us. About two years ago I wrote the following:EDanaII wrote:Just to follow up on my issue, sadly, this turned out to be an unplugged phone jack. It looked like it was in the wall, but the connection was broken. Fitting it back in fixed the issue.
southsound wrote:Brings back some fun memories. Years ago, I purchased a stand-alone scanner and read the manual from front to back. Installed the software, plugged in the power suppy, connected the USB cable, and nada. Zip. So I uninstalled and reinstalled the software, got a fresh cable, tried again. Finally, I gave up and called support. First question, after asking if it was plugged in, was if I had turned it on. I proudly stated that there was no switch. It must be controlled by the computer. He asked me to look on the side towards the back. <<blush>> I asked the support rep if I could call back when I wasn't quite so embarrassed.
VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
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If your number was ported over, you shouldn't have anything connected to the "wall" port of Ooma anymore; you can lose the cord that used to connect the "wall" port to your walljack; wanted to make sure.EDanaII wrote:Just to follow up on my issue, sadly, this turned out to be an unplugged phone jack. It looked like it was in the wall, but the connection was broken. Fitting it back in fixed the issue.
What might have happend....right after number port, your Ooma probably needed a reboot. Not sure but I am glad everything worked out.