Before you bought the new router were you connected directly to the modem or was it wireless through the gateway?
Wired directly! The modem and the gateway are one unit. Though I did try wifi to see if it would help...It did not.
At speedtest.net I get 15.5 down and 0.67-0.74 up.
Isn't that like dial-up speed?
The upload speed for my package is "up to" 1.0mbps. Cable offers higher uploads 2-3mbps, but cable by me is garbage (comcast). I have 2 friends on my block and their internet which should do circles around mine is slower. I am 500 ft from the AT&T office (yard). The main fiber optic trunks are there.
As suggested, try uploading some other large file(s). How many GR products are you pushing? Try limiting to just one.
I just uploaded a 9.5M pic and yes there was digital garble.
I upload 5 products!
I have gone down to just one to see if it would help. It does not...still digital garble when the upload occurs.
Both the AT&T and the OOMA techs both agree I have plenty of bandwith, for some reason the computer and the OOMA are not playing nicely with each other when the data passes through the modem.
•(c) "High Speed Internet" refers to an internet connection capable of data speeds of at least 384 kilobits downstream and 256 kilobits upstream.
That leaves 400kilobits or more for other uploads. Remember the QoS setting is supposed to constrain the port on the modem to the user defined bandwith. I had Netgear techs on the phone with me for 3 hours, They remotely verified the modem was set correctly to have OOMA run unimpeded, and anything else connected would share the remaining bandwith.