01-31-2013 5:54 PM
I am running a full branh Juniper solution in my home to include a SRX210 and EX2200-c and Palo Alto PA200 for UTM and IDS. I am already running all of my STBs and DVR through the EX switch which trunks through the Palo Alto and into the SRX210 which then uplinks across a L2 interface into the 2Wire, there are no issues. I am also using another segment to allow my SRX210 to be the "firewall" under the "DMZ Plus" setting in the 2Wire. I am receiveing the UVerse public IP address as expected and also terminating a few IPSEC VPNs, GRE tunnels, and IPV6 tunnel to Hurricane Electric all without issue.
My question is, if I install Junpier VDSL/ADSL2+/ADSL2 1port RJ11 PIM into my SRX can I terminate my UVerse connection directly into my SRX and not use the UVerse 2Wire Gateway? If I can use another device other than the 2Wire modem, will that impact IPTV service or is that not dependent upon the 2Wire modem. I would assume this can be done with the correct configuration and through provisioning my device with UVerse support, or via self provisioning. I did read that this was possible with AT&T High Speed DSL but could not find it listed under UVerse. I would be willing to try it on my own, however the VDSL PIM lists for around $750 and thats a bit steep just to try it out. If anyone can provide some insight either that has done this or something similar before or a moderator that knows a process to make this possible please let me know!
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