02-14-2013 9:07 AM - edited 02-14-2013 9:27 AM
I posted this over at Dslreports.com but figured I would post it here too.
I was looking at the Motorola website and found this...
Lists this product as
"Motorola NVG589 Bonded VDSL 11N Gateway"
Seems to be an IPTV/Internet/VOIP modem.
Would be pointless to make a battery/modem specifically for a service that wouldn't use it, wouldn't it ?
I wonder what the ADSL2+ gateway would be then? The 5111NV? I guess if they somehow don't use this then it'll be the Pace 5168NV for both ADSL2+/VDSL2.
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11-04-2013 9:54 AM
I have a somewhat unique problem with my gateway that I hope someone else has already seen and resolved.
I'm running a couple of corporate VPN phones behind my RG, one a Cisco 9971 and the other is an Avaya 9650. Both have VPN firmware loads. The Avaya VPN connection is rock-solid and never drops. The Cisco phone is another story completely. I get VPN tunnel drops for no apparent reason, typically after I've been on a call. The call will work great and then within a couple of minutes of completion, the phone will unregister and I have to manually re-login using my VPN pin & token.
The one difference between the two devices is that the Cisco phone uses SSL and I believe the Avaya phone uses IPSec.
Any thoughts or suggestions?
02-19-2014 7:46 PM
05-02-2014 9:45 AM
I want to fax from my PC using Windows Fax&Scan. Where do I connect by PC's internal modem to the MVG589. There is a single Phone 1/Phone 2 port.
Or, can I send a fax to the phone line directly from the PC to the MVG589 and out?
05-02-2014 10:26 AM
05-02-2014 6:26 PM
Wow, can't believe this thread is chugging around still lol.
It's weird that it's already been a year and almost 3 months since I posted it and it doesn't even seem that long ago since the NVG589 came out.
05-06-2014 2:09 PM
I have a Motorola NVG589.
Started out with a little 2210. Then we got U-verse on our street. But just Internet on our side of the street while the people on the other side get everything.
So, we upgraded the Internet service and got some kind of U-verse modem that was awful. We struggled with it for about 3 months and they finally came out and gave us the Motorola NVG589.
Now that thing worked great!
We had it about a month then we upgraded to business service for 5 bucks more a month and got another modem - 5031MV.
So the NVG589 has been sitting on my desk for awhile and I finally called for a shipping label to send it in so I wouldn’t get charged for it.
They said it’s mine because I paid for it. Who knew?
I figured I would sell it on eBay but when I looked around there were none there. Then I Googled it and there are none for sale anywhere.
Anyone have any idea how much I should ask for it on eBay? I don’t even know how much I paid for it but since I did I’d like to get something back for it.
Thanks in advance!
05-06-2014 2:35 PM
The answer is simple. The 2-wire battery is going on everyone --- if i didn't go in the basement, I wouldn't have heard the beeping. So, when they get the call, they send a guy with this one, who did what he could, but missed setting up my printer, so I figured it out.
But, I still had a question and I came here and worked it out.
Didn't realize the onld 2-wire was interfereing with my transmissions. This new one sped up a bunch,
06-05-2014 6:20 AM
How do you go about getting one of the new gateways? My parents have service with a 3800 gateway which sucks but everytime I call tech support they do not know about the new model and say the current one is appropriate. They currently lease the modem from AT&T
06-05-2014 7:14 AM
06-05-2014 9:31 PM
When I contacted tech support they said that on the 3800/3801 series was available and if I had a tech come out they would not have a different model available. I do not want to be potentially charged - is the 589 only available in certain areas? - My parents have service in Troy, Michigan.
12-22-2015 10:54 AM
When I click on the link to obtain the Admin manual to the Motorola NVG589 all I get is an error screen. How about giving me the link, again?
12-22-2015 11:09 AM
That is called a dead link, the bane of the Internet. There may not be another publicly available copy. Was there anything in particular you hoped to learn from the manual?
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