Have you received a suspicious text message? Learn more

Official

Accepted

Unanswered

Advanced Filters

Search Results (39)

Relevance

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

Unstable Internet speed.

I recently switched from ATT DSL to Uverse. I never should have!.. I had great service now same computer no additional apps or programs and what took seconds now takes minutes to hours. One minute ai have good connection and 5 min later horrible. It seems to be ok for 10 minutes after I reset the mo

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

2.4K

1

0

0

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

Website Not Working - Help & Solutions from AT&T

Learn what could be causing the website not to load and how to resolve Are websites not loading? Is your browser running a bit sluggish? Having trouble with att.com? Check out the fixes below to resolve things like: Website loading issues Virus issues that may be slowing down your computer The dre

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Security

17.7K

5

0

0

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

Apart from the number of available addresses, what are the practical uses for IPV6?

Are there any distinct advantages for an IPV6 address, or is it perfectly fine to drop IPV6 in favor of IPV4, without consideration for usage conditions and other variables? This is the first time I've had to deal with IPV6 up close.

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Equipment

388

3

0

0

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

Slow connection using Google, Facebook, and certain sites after recent upgrade

Hello, I'm brand new UVerse GigaPower user.   The transition to this new service hasn't gone as smoothly as I hoped but I want to try to figure out this most annoying issue for now.   First of all, I'm using all of the default settings on the device provided by AT&T. The Motorola NVG589. On speedtes

Questions

 • AT&T Fiber Equipment

108.8K

49

0

0

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

NVG589 gateway frequent reboots

I have recently moved house and transferred my service taking my equiptment with me. At my previous address I had no issues but since being here the gateway seem to reboot itself on a frequent basis. I know the system can reboot itself when there are updates, but this seems too frequent for that. It

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Equipment

1.2K

2

0

0

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

UVerse IPv6 with Tomato router in passthrough mode

Hi there, Have a Tomato router in passthrough mode behind a NVG589. Does anyone have expereince getting IPv6 to work with Tomato?

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

3K

8

0

0

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

Note 5 IPv6 Wifi

I have a Note 5 with android 6.0.1. When I connect to a wifi network with IPv6 I get slow speeds. My phone will not pull a IPv6 from the router. I see that the rmnet1 interface has a ATT IPv6 address 2600:: address. When will the note 5 have the ability to pull an IPv6 address and work on wifi with

Questions

 • Android

656

1

0

0

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

UVerse and IPv6 Tunneling with 3800 HGV-B

Hi, I ran an IPv6 tunnel from Hurricane Electric (he.net) for a while with my U-verse account and a 3800 HGV-B. The latest software upgrade (6.9.1.42-plus.tm) seem to block IP protocol 41, and I no longer see traffic from he.net coming into the gateway (and no encapsulated IPv6 packets going out).  

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

13.8K

52

0

0

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

Slow connection using Google, Facebook, and certain sites after recent upgrade (2Wire/Pace)

If you are experiencing issues with loading certain sites, sites not loading completely, it is recommended to disable IPv6. The following goes over steps for a 2Wire/Pace gateway.   For steps for NVG Gateway, go here.     Thanks ATTJohnCS, AT&T Community Specialist

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

31K

3

0

0

Accepted Solution

Official Solution

IPv6 Should I care?

I have 2 netgear access points that are relatively new but have been very reliable until recently.  Now I have to reboot them daily to get wifi working.  I wasn't sure if was because IPv6 was turned on recently by AT&T on the RG's...I have turned it off to see if it makes a difference (Home Network/

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Equipment

821

1

0

0

IPv6 Broken

I had AT&T IPv6 working, now it seems to have broken. The AT&T modem broadband status states IPv6 is unavailable. I created a case for it but it seems to be going no where.

Questions

 • AT&T Fiber Equipment

333

0

0

0

Is my routers IPv6 address static?

I would like to access my security system remotely without depending on a third party for address resolution. This is non-trivial using traditional dynamic IPv4 addressing. In theory, the entire justification for IPv6 is to avoid the need for dynamic addresses. AT&T (appears to) assign an IPv6 addre

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

634

2

0

0

RG210-700/u-verse/pfSense/IPv6 configuration multiple interfaces

Guys, I'm running a 100Mb dry copper with a RG210-700 and five static IPs. Behind of it I use a pfSense firewall, that handles all the internet traffic.That pfSense has four interfaces:- WAN- LAN- OPT1- OPTsThe WAN has all five static IPs; the LAN a 10.10.10.0/24, OPT1 10.10.88.0/24, and OPT2 10.10.

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

484

2

0

How to get HE.net tunnel working with Pace 5268ac and pfSense

I've read a bunch of stuff online that seems to indicate that the Pace 5268ac will not pass protocol 41, thus making IPv6 tunnels impossible.  I'm posting here to say - that is untrue.  I have a Pace 5268ac, with a single public DHCP assigned address, working with a HE.net /48 routed subnet.  I'm wr

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

314

0

0

IPv6 native on 2Wire 5268AC no longer working

About two weeks ago, native IPv6 networking stopped working on the RG (5268AC). Everything's turned on. I get addresses assigned. But the RG cannot ping ipv6.google.com with IPv6. Either the firmware is hosed or this network segment has issues. It used to work fine.

Questions

 • AT&T Fiber Installation

248

1

0

0

ATT IPV6 tunnel issue solved (Cisco router only)

Just now I fixed my own problem...for once. If you have a Cisco router behind NVG510 in IP passthrough follow these steps: 1: Go to the gateway broadband status page. There you will find an IPV6 address and a border relay address. 2: The IPV6 address is a /60 so go to http://www.gestioip.net/cgi-bin

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

3.2K

5

0

0

IPv6 on 2wire 3801HGV

I went and tested on the ipv6 page and it says my everything is okay except my firmware. I have the 2wire 3801HGV Gateway Is there a firmware update that I need to get to run ipv6? Or is not available as of right now because I am trying to use it. And help would be greatly appreciated.

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Equipment

1.6K

2

0

0

Do I have static IPv6 addresses?

I currently have business class AT&T U-Verse service with five static IPv4 addresses. I'm working on some development sites for which it would be helpful to have static IP addresses, although I would need IPv6 addresses as I don't have enough IPv4 addresses to cover everything. Is there a block of s

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

393

0

0

0

Latency/6rd Continuity Failures, Issues with DNS Servers

I'm having packet loss failures for the past month when my devices pinging the ATT DNS servers (68.94.156.9 and 68.94.157.9). NVG589 Max Plus 18Mb internet connection. This is causing major intermittent latency issues on all of my devices. My normal 15-30ms ping is spiking to 700-1000ms periodically

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

446

2

0

0

IPv6 rollout discussion

Is there somewhere on the forum for just general discussions concerning the rollout of IPv6 on the system? I now have an IPv6 IP assigned to me and have been tinkering with it. I realize this is very early in the process. One question: I've tried to access my ftp server here and have been unable to

Questions

 • AT&T Internet Features

434

5

0

0

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.