heman8400's profile

Tutor

 • 

4 Messages

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 8:13 PM

WNDR3400 for computers and RG for TV?

Regular issues with the wifi on the RG have led me to find a solution that removes its wifi from my home. I am wondering if there is a setup that will allow the RG to handle the TV connections, and the WNDR3400 I have to handle all the computer connections and wifi?

 

I have 1 tv on coax, and another on ethernet and because of the way the service was installed, moving the ethernet cable for the tv would be obnoxious. I know I can set up the router as an access point, but because of some past DHCP issues with the RG, I'd love to hand everything (except TV) over to the WNDR3400 router.

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

texasguy37

Expert

 • 

14.5K Messages

11 years ago

Yes,  your TV's need to stay connected to the RG.

texasguy37

Expert

 • 

14.5K Messages

11 years ago

Tutor

 • 

4 Messages

11 years ago

Yeah, I've looked at that before in my seraches. I'm wondering specifically if a tv hooked up via ethernet can stay connected to the RG if it's in DMZplus mode?

 

Myabe that is a better way to phrase my question.

Tutor

 • 

4 Messages

11 years ago

Read through it again and see what you're talking about. Thanks for the help.

Not finding what you're looking for?
New to AT&T Community?
New to the AT&T Community? Start by visiting the Community How-To.
New to the AT&T Community?
Visit the Community How-To.