T-Mobile Wifi no longer works
Scott Hanselman last edited by
This is a weird one, but T-Mobile's Wifi calling on iOS stopped working in the last month or so. Am I alone in this?
Thomas Chi last edited by Thomas Chi
Not alone with that. I had problems with AT&T Wi-Fi calling myself. Try setting up port forwards for tcp and udp ports 500 and 4500 to your phone. Lemme know if you need more detailed help.
Edit: Sorry, it's only UDP, not TCP. And if you have more than one phone, try forwarding 500 and 4500 to one phone, and 501/4501 to the other phone.
For my part, Wi-Fi calling never really worked well for me with the Amplifi as the primary router. I even set up my residential gateway in "IP Passthrough" mode, so that the Amplifi had the public IP and did most of the routing, but occasionally people's calls to me wouldn't come through.
Further edit: Whoops, didn't realize you were someone who already knows what he's doing (and way more than I do)! I'll leave this up so it can help someone else
UI-Gunars last edited by
@scott-hanselman Hi Scott! Good to see you here. It's not something I've heard about, but I will check if we can repeat it.
UI-Brett last edited by
@scott-hanselman I tested this in my office when the T-Mobile phone was connected to the router as well as to a mesh point and the calls were clear with no issues. Let us know if you experience this issue again so we can gather support files and research into this further.
Michael Eckhoff last edited by
@scott-hanselman I've noticed it be very much hit and miss the last month or so. It's not just at home, it's doing the same thing on the corp network as well so I don't think it's a amplifi issue.
Arie Mark last edited by Arie Mark
I am on iOS 11.4 Beta 6 on my iPhone X. I have found in some instances my phone chooses to use cellular signal and in others (when cellular signal is low) it will use T-Mobile Wifi Calling. It's a change that has started on Apple's end, it's not related to the Amplifi at all.
Arie Mark last edited by
@jayson-knight I haven't found any documentation on it. I don't think we have control over it. It's probably set at a certain signal strength.