Re: NVG589[ Edited ]
07-22-2013 03:14:19 PM - edited 07-22-2013 03:25:06 PM
Thanks for that info. Previously, I've gotten different information from different people and between your answer and the next, I think I got the answer to *What really makes the determination of whether it would work or not?". By that I meant ... is it the type of connection (fiber vs copper), type of connection to a certain point (to the house), possibly limitations to my profile (which I did not understand before these new posts), etc. I was told this morning (Tier 1) that my neighborhood had to be on fiber for it to work. If I am reading these posts correctly, that is not the case. In the past I had two traditional phone lines, but technically, I'm sure how that is configured inside my house, but it doesn't appear to matter. Recently, a AT&T tech mentioned that my profile might need to change ... I cannot remember why he suggested that was the case ... but we were in a conversation regarding the 589, and wireless N in my house.
The bottom line is that there doesn't appear to be any technical reason that the Motorola NVG589 wouldn't work in my house.