Make sure you arent using a static IP on your PC that is in the range of DHCP. If your VoIP box and PC grab the same IP, you are gonna have that problem.
Believe it or not, I tried that, but that didn't make a difference.nydave said:i had this same problem the other day with my internet connection to my pc. everything else in the house was getting on the internet except my pc. turns out that the ethernet cable was causing the problem. changed out the cable and everthing is working fine.
It's after my router, and no, I'm not connecting anything to the ethernet out of the Telo.Yoda-DBSguy said:How do you have your telo hooked up (before or after your router)?
If you have the telo in place after the router, are you connecting any computers and or hubs to the ethernet out of the telo?
Have you set the Ooma's QOS settings for upload and download to 80% of what your actually pulling from your ISP?
Still sounds like its something snafu'd in your router and not anything to do with the Ooma Telo itself. I say this since it's only the 1 PC your having issues with. If the Ooma box was indeed hogging the bandwidth or ports in some manner; all other computers and or devices would be effected in the same manner (which you said was not the case).Lord Vader said:It's after my router, and no, I'm not connecting anything to the ethernet out of the Telo.
Okay; on the flipside then, did the issue only start happening after you update the routers firmware? If so, it may be an issue with their current release and you may be able to revert back to a previous version to eliminate the issue....Lord Vader said:It updated a couple days ago, coincidentally.
On the bottom of your Ooma Telo should be a sticker with the MAC address for it. What is it?Lord Vader said:I think it's a conflict issue. Check out the attached file (I couldn't copy the charts here and maintain their format in a post).
The problem seems to be that when I connect the Ooma Telo again, it pops up with the same MAC address as the ethernet-connected PC, but with a different/new IP address that is not a duplicate.