can the mot nvg589 run on a single, rather than bonded pair connection?
would like to share and ask for confirmation about my recent experience with tech support:
called tech support, regarding an issue I'm experiencing which is related to range. Basically there is a spot in my house where the signal is really low and all my devices disconnect or are unable to use (e.g. browse) the wifi signal .
so I thought about asking for a modem/router which supports 802.11N. At first, tech support replied with "there is no such thing at the moment"; after me quoting a post from this forum (https://forums.att.com/t5/Residential-Gateway/Motorola-NVG589-New-U-verse-Gateway/m-p/3520283#M10724), he went back to check and now came back with that this modem/router (mot NVG589) was available but not in my area as it needs a bonded pair connection, which is not available yet.
would like to confirm, as I've read in this forum mixed replies, if this is true or can it run on a single, rather than a bonded pair connection? this was the only excuse for him to not resolve the problem I presented
thanks in advance,