Hook up ooma

hook up ooma

How do I connect my Ooma to the Internet?

Plug your Oomas To Internet port (called Modem port on the older Hub hardware) into a router LAN port. Plug a phone into Oomas phone port.

What cables do I need to hook up my Ooma Telo base station?

Your Ooma Telo Base Station comes with three cables: In most cases, these three cables will be all you need to get everything hooked up and ready to go! How do I get everything hooked up? Before you get started, you will need to make sure that: You have already activated your device online, including selecting a phone number.

What do I need to get started with Ooma Telo?

Before you get started, you will need to make sure that: You have already activated your device online, including selecting a phone number. You have picked out a place to hook up your Ooma Telo Base Station where it has a wired (not wireless) access to your high speed Internet connection.

How do I distribute my Ooma signal to my phone jacks?

If your home is completely and physically disconnected from your telephone company’s wiring outside your house, you can distribute your Ooma signal to all of the phone jacks in your house. You will need to set up your Ooma Telo Base Station or Phone Genie as depicted in the diagram below:

How do I connect my Ooma device to Telo?

In order to access your Ooma device, please follow these instructions: Connect your computer’s Internet port to the HOME NETWORK port on the Telo Base Station with an Ethernet cable Give your computer a moment to receive an IP address from your Ooma device

Can I use the Ooma Hub with a wireless internet connection?

The ooma Hub device has been designed to work with a wired high-speed Internet connection (such as DSL, cable, or fiber-optic). While we have a number of customers who have used the ooma system with a wireless Internet connection, we cannot guarantee the performance will be quite as good.

How do I access the management interface of my Ooma device?

You can access the management interface of your Ooma device by using an Ethernet cable to connect your computer directly to Ooma. This is where you’ll go to set up custom configurations, or to tweak the settings that your Ooma will use when interacting with your Internet connection.

How do I connect Ooma Linx devices to the connect base station?

Just connect the device to the PHONE port on the back of the Connect Base Station: If you have more than one analog device to connect, you can sync up to four Ooma Linx devices with the Connect Base Station to expand your setup. An example of a complete setup might look something like this:

What do I need for the Ooma system to work? All you need is a high-speed Internet connection (cable, DSL or fiber-optic), a regular home phone and a desire to save money. What about a phone number? How do people reach me?

How do I get a new phone number for my Ooma?

Can I set up Ooma to distribute a dialtone to all jacks?

Important: You can’t set up Ooma to distribute a dialtone to all of your phone jacks if your only phone line is still hooked up to your old phone company!

Can I connect my Ooma Telo to my phone company’s wiring?

WARNING: The PHONE port on the back of your Ooma Telo Base Station or Phone Genie is not designed or certified for connecting to your phone company’s wiring, whether through the phone jacks in your house or otherwise.

Can I use my Ooma Telo base station to distribute dial tone?

You may be able to use your Ooma Telo Base Station to distribute dial tone to the phone jacks throughout your home, allowing you to use phones in different rooms.

Can I use my Ooma account on my mobile device?

After you install the Ooma app on your mobile device, you’ll be able to use your Ooma account for phone conversations on a smartphone or tablet. Using the Ooma app doesn’t replace your mobile phone number. Instead, the two services can work side by side so you can access both accounts.

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