I've been trying out Ooma for about 10 days now, and often when I'm talking to people on their cell phones, there's a noticable voice delay (latency problem). I know this can sometimes be on the cell user's network, but this has happened when I talked to numerous people in different parts of the country on different networks. The delay also sometimes happens when talking to people on landlines, but not always. Anyone else experience this problem? It's distracting because when talking to someone, there's a noticable pause before you hear them talk back, which often leads to talking over each other if the delay is really bad. My ISP tests check out good, with latency typically being under 100 ms, so I don't think the problem is with my connection.When I first hooked up Ooma, I connected to the hub and didn't notice the delay. I'm now running the phone off the scout (so my cordless phone base doesn't interfere with my wireless computer mouse, since my hub is near my PC). I was wondering if running off the scout can add to the delay, possibly because of the extra time it takes for the hub and scout to communicate, compress and uncompress signals? Anyone notice more of a delay when using a phone plugged into a scout?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.