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6852ac/DMZ+ : Are all static IPs passed through?

My account has a block of 8 static IPs, 5 useable. If I set one LAN-connected device (e.g. a third-party router) to DMZ+ mode, will it receive all my static IP's traffic? I plan on assigning the router's WAN IP to one of my useable static IPs. Will that work? (I tried using "cascaded router" mode wi

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Uverse gateway configuration for NAS

I'm trying to get my gateway configured for using my QNAP NAS unit remotely.  There are 4 or 5 different ports listed for services such as SSL, HTTPS, FTP, etc.  I know to go to the 'firewall' section to open the ports. My questions is about combining the needs in one 'user-defined application'.  Is

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Pace Router Unable to Open FTP ports

Hello I have recently changed to ATT internet about 3 days ago. Since my switch to ATT Internet my security camera is unable to successfully upload the pictures and videos captured from my camera to my centralized storage on my computer, which is set up as an FTP server. I had issues with accessing

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Router-Behind-Router setup - Wrong password

Hi folks, I'm having issues connecting a Netgear router behing my U Verse 5268AC RG. After enabling the router-behind-router notification, disabling the RG WiFi and setting up my new router, I'm presented with a web page from my RG in order to resolve the conflict with the Netgear router, b

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Slow speeds on new AT&T Fiber

I had AT&T Fiber installed last week and have been having slow speeds. I'm using a Linksys EA9300 in DMZ Plus mode behind the RG (Pace 5268AC) and turned off IPV6 on the Gateway. On a 5GHZ network from the Linksys, I am only getting around 75-80 Mbps. If I connect to the AT&T Wifi on 5GHZ, I get 300

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In-bound NAT & port-forwarding issues with ATT Home Base (ZTE Z700A)

Before I purchased my ATT Home Base (ZTE Z700A), I had confirmed with multiple AT&T employees that it would do what I would like to do:I would like to enable in-bound connectivity & NAT for Remote Desktop (using either TCP/UDP 3389), HTTP, FTP, and a few other ports for various services. The options

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 • AT&T Internet Equipment

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Putting HTTP server on DMZ

I have a U-Verse NVG589 modem/wireless router.  I want to put an HTTP server on my DMZ so it is accessable from the internet.  What setting need to be made in the firewall?  I had this working at my last address but unfortunately, I had to change modems and can't find the instructions I used to make

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Router behind a router questions:

I know that this has been asked a hundred times and my guess is because everyone seems to have problems with this. I'm almost convinced at this point that AT&T purposely breaks this to discourage the practice. However, I've been known to be wrong a time or two. I've successfully done this setup with

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AT&T wireless homebase MF279

I have the wireless internet homebase mf279.  I’m trying to set it up to have an open NAT on my Xbox.  I have it hooked up straight to my Xbox through the Ethernet cord provided.  I have tried port forwarding, enabling uPnP, and also tried putting my Xbox IP address into the dmz mode on my routers s

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AT&T wireless internet (MF279)

I have the wireless internet homebase mf279.  I’m trying to set it up to have an open NAT on my Xbox.  I have it hooked up straight to my Xbox through the Ethernet cord provided.  I have tried port forwarding, enabling uPnP, and also tried putting my Xbox IP address into the dmz mode on my routers s

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We forwarded port number and also set DMZ zone after AT&T UVerse installation but no luck.

After having UVerse Internet installed last week, we have been trying to gain access to our security cameras from work with no success. In the router , the firewall tab shows 3 options to give access to computer devices. The #2 and #3 are the ones which let you do that. We already tried every possib

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At&t unite pro - Strict NAT type.

Hello, I have the At&t unite pro and after setting up Upnp and even trying portforwading and dmz, I'm getting a Strict Nat type from the xbox one and other consoles.  This causes lots of connectivity problems when playing online with friends.  How do I resolve this so that I have an OPEN Nat type? 

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Any danger in configuring TP-Link AC-2300 router in DMZ mode behind Pace 5268 and opening all ports

... on Pace gateway? Will the TP-Link AC2300 router's firewall provide sufficient protection since it will now have a public ip? In this configuration, if I turn RG's wireless off, will the only way to access settings then be by directly connecting a pc via ethernet? Can I setup an additional router

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GigaPower: Has anyone had success getting AT&T to give them hardware that supports true bridge-mode?

After posting, I realized that this is the wrong place for this question. I created a new post in the "Fiber Equipment" forum. https://forums.att.com/t5/AT-T-Fiber-Equipment/GigaPower-Has-anyone-had-success-getting-AT-amp-T-to-give-them/m-p/5295844#M3809

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Known Problems with DMZ/Bridge on 5268AC

I have been seeing this problem for several weeks, and have finally narrowed down the cause. My ATT Fiber to the Premises (Gigapower) Internet connection runs at or above rated speed under normal circumstances.ATT does not allow for proper bridge mode.The only way to send all unfiltered traffic to m

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Internet FAQs

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Port forwarding issue in 5268AC

Hello, After reading all of the recent comments related to port forwarding issue on this appliance(5268AC), I still don’t seem to understand if there is any solution. Can someone clarify if there is any way to make the ‘pinhole’ concept work to avoid using the DMZ/Bridge to personal router as worka

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 • AT&T Fiber Equipment

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[Updated] [Lets Talk] 5268AC Port 10 Exposed - Unsolicited ICMP requests & 5Ghz AC no off option?.

I just switched to ATT & in doing so I was presented a new combo-box modem. We all have heard the stories about ATT routers & here is mine... From the consumer point of view: Good   For the Tech Savvy, Gamer, Geeks: Not so good.   The ATT combo-box I was left with is a Pace

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ATT ConecTech Service rep. says I need to pay more money in order for my IP camera to work

It was free and also was easy to setup DMZ zone when we had Comcast. Now we switched over to AT&T UVerse and we can't access our Security IP cameras from work.  We did everything the tech support rep. told us to do. He asked us to factory reset the router twice and do the setup process all over agai

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Pace 5268AC DMZ Pinging external address

I have fiber on the Pace 5268AC FXN and I connected my cisco rv325 router and put it in the DMZ+ on the Pace modem (since you can't bridge directly).  My cisco is showing the external ip on the wan port.  My problem is that I can ping the external address from outside and I want that to be blocked.

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