| | Re: Miserable Ooma setup ... Did Ooma support open up my routerjust now?
On Wed, 20 Jun 2012 17:12:03 -0500, Char Jackson wrote:
> 1. Adjust the router's DHCP scope so that .104 is outside of its range.
Are you saying that I set the Ooma to be .104 and then I set the router
to star, say, at .105 so that the router can't give out a .104?
If so, I never knew that you could set an IP address OUTSIDE the
automatic DHCP range of the router - but if that works - it makes sense.
The other option you mentioned, would also work ... which is to set the
Ooma to a large number inside the router's DHCP range (say .150) which
the router will never get to by automatic sequential assignment.
Both make sense. Thanks for the advice.