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Unformatted text preview: M on the ooma Hub to an open Ethernet port on the router. The optional steps may be skipped if your computers connect wirelessly to an integrated router, or if you have an advanced networking configuration and do not want to connect devices behind the ooma Hub. Now your setup should look like this: Internet Internet Integrated Router MODEM HOME Integrated Router SkIP TO CONNECTING THE OOMA HUB TO YOUR PHONE SYSTEM MODEM 31 installing the ooma hub Connecting the ooma Hub to Your Phone System If you plan on using the ooma Hub with an existing landline or you plan on installing one or more ooma Scouts, follow the directions below to connect your ooma Hub to your phone system. Otherwise, you may: SkIP TO FINISHING INSTALLATION OF THE OOMA HUB Choose one set of instructions based on how your high-speed Internet is provided in your home. High-Speed Cable or Fiber-Optic Internet Your initial setup will look like this: Cable / Fiber-Optic Phone Jack MODEM Modem 1 HOME Use the long phone cable provided and connect the port labeled WALL on the ooma Hub to the phone jack in the wall. Now your setup should look like this: Cable / Fiber-Optic Phone Jack Modem WALL SkIP TO FINISHING INSTALLATION OF THE OOMA HUB 32 installing the ooma hub High-Speed DSL and Phone Service are on the Same Line Your High-Speed DSL service is delivered on the same phone line as your phone service if: You have DSL filters connected to each of your phones You have your DSL modem connected to a DSL splitter in the wall jack You get a dialtone and can place calls over your DSL line if you plug a phone directly into the DSL jack Your initial setup will look like: Phone / DSL Jack DSL Splitter Modem 1 MODEM HOME Plug the ooma splitter directly into the phone jack in the wall. UNPlUg any existing DSL filters or splitters from the wall. 2 Connect your DSL modem to one port of the ooma splitter using the original DSL phone cable (leaving any existing DSL filters or splitters connected to the DSL modem). 3 Use the long phone cable provided and connect the port labeled WALL on the ooma Hub to the other port of the ooma splitter. Now your setup should look like this: Phone / DSL Jack ooma Splitter Modem SkIP TO FINISHING INSTALLATION OF THE OOMA HUB WALL 33 installing the ooma hub High-Speed DSL and Phone Service are on Different Lines Your High-Speed DSL service is delivered on a separate phone jack than your phone service if: You have a DSL splitter on the outside of your home You do not have DSL filters connected to each of your phones You have two phone lines and your DSL service is delivered on the second line (or fax line) You get no dialtone or cannot place a call if you plug a phone directly into the DSL jack Your initial setup will look like this: DSL Jack Phone Jack MODEM Modem HOME 1 Leave your DSL modem connected as is. 2 Unplug and remove any existing DSL filters or splitters on your phone line (not your DSL line). 3 Use the long phone cable provided and connect the port labeled WALL on the ooma Hub to the phone jack in the wall (not your DSL jack). Now your setup should look like this: DSL Jack Phone Jack Modem WALL 34 installing the ooma hub Finishing Installation of the ooma Hub The last step in installing the ooma Hub device is to connect a phone and power. PHONE POWER 1 Use a phone cable to plug your phone into the port labeled PHONE on the ooma Hub (a short phone cable has been provided). 2 Plug one end of the AC adaptor into the port labeled POWER on the ooma Hub and the other end into a power outlet. The clear ooma Tab, at the top left corner of the ooma Hub device, should light up red as it boots up. 3 Power on your network devices (modem, switch, router). Wait a few minutes for everything to boot up. 4 Turn on your computer and connect to the Internet. Open up a web browser to make sure you are online. This will allow the ooma Hub to complete its configuration. Within a few minutes, the clear ooma Tab should turn blue. Pick up a phone connected to the ooma Hub. You will hear the signature ooma dialtone. This confirms your ooma system has been properly configured. installing the ooma scout Now that you’ve installed your ooma Hub device, all that’s left to do is install your ooma Scout devices. Each additional phone you want to use with the ooma system must be connected to an ooma Scout. Your initial setup will look like: Phone Jack Phone Jack DSL Filter Connect a phone to an ooma Scout: 1 If you have DSL, trace the phone cable to the wall. Unplug and remove any existing DSL filters or splitters. Note: Some DSL filters and splitters are mounted flat on the wall jack. 2 Unplug the phone cable from your phone and plug it into the port labeled WALL on the ooma Scout. 3 Use a phone cable to plug your phone into the port labeled PHONE on the ooma Scout (a short phone cable is provided). 4 Plug one end of the AC adaptor into the port labeled POWER on the ooma Scout and the other end into a power outlet. Now your setup should look like this: Phone Jack Power WALL PHONE Within 30 seconds, the clear ooma Tab at the top left corner should turn blue. P...
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