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Thu, Oct 1, 2015 1:21 PM

How To Setup DMZ and IP Passthrough

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2 years ago

Brian... 

 

I am with you 100%, I would switch it back to Spectrum in a heart beat, except, I can't!  So far there isn't anything I like about ATT's Internet nor Direct TV. 

When they sold this to me, I was PROMISED, yes Promised, speeds of 80/80 up/down.  HA! I haven't broken 75 yet, and I hit 75 only once.  Just for {edited for word filter evasion} I just did a speed test. All I get is  23.4 down and 3.10 up. It is 6.42 AM in Los Angeles.  Doing the same speed on the same equipment I used to hit 200/30 (+/- 10) down/up with Spectrum.  
Why can't ATT just give me a modem instead of this stupid router. Why can't I hit the speeds they've promised. Why is the Direct TV interface not intuitive? who designed it? why has ATT peppered all these sales channels all over the place on DTV? I  am paying for a service and yet I am have to claw my way through sales channels to get to my stuff. OH and get this... If I want to watch an older episode of a TV show that I didn't watch a few weeks ago, now all the sudden I have to pay $2.99 for that. I am talking network TV!  A show on CW.  A show I missed to watch/record it 3 weeks ago, and now I have to pay $2.99 to watch it.  I have Showtime, but I can't watch season 8 of Shameless on demand, I have to pay $2.99 per episode! 

 

I can't wait till this contract is over! 

 

 

 

JefferMC

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2 years ago

80/80?  I don't remember there ever being a downstream tier of 80, let alone a symmetric 80.  What speed is actually listed on your account summary?

 

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