- edited 03-09-2018 11:39 AM by davidbk
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- edited 08-10-2016 5:29 AM by Taylarie
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I work from home, and I can't do that because my internet is dropping out. I am not wireless but wired. I called yesterday and they remotely restarted my modem. That help for last night, but this morning when I tried to work, the same thing happen again. I would like credit for the days of my service not working. I need to my internet to work. I will lose my job if its not. This is not the first time either. I had to have a tec come out in July just to fix my internet because they were working on putting down new fiber lines. Before that I never really had this problem.
08-16-2016 5:19 AM
on and off all day yesterday i've been having connection problems. but it only lasts for a few mintues then it works again. no red light and if i do get a red light about 15 seconds or so it turns green. and i think my dad said that the internet is acting up this morning as well. so can anyone tell me what is going on? it has never done this before. so what is wrong? is it nothing? is it interfence from a outside source?
08-20-2016 8:20 AM
@Auron8756 Have you seen my post about disabling IPv6, that causes disconects and rebooting in all Uverse RGs?
In post 9 above:
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Need Help? PM ATT Uverse Care (all service problems)
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I Call It Like I See It, Simply a U-verse user, nothing more
08-25-2016 7:43 PM
I am having some sort of connectivity issue with my wireless router. The on-the-phone technicians cannot find the source of the problem and have sent a replacement. Thank you for your promptness on that... Please tell the manufacturers and distribution centers to either send a modem that is either the same size as the one I have or smaller. The one sent to me is twice as big and does not fit in the area I have my old one.
I have a technician coming out soon to see about "placing" the modem in a different location. I DO NOT WANT THAT! I WANT TO KEEP IT RIGHT WHERE IT IS!
09-07-2016 11:31 AM
I have had problems with my modem for over 3 weeks now.First it was dropping the wireless signal.I rebooted several times and could get the wireless working but then it only last's about an hour.Now i have a red light showing broadband is out.It will work for about an hour then shows red light again.No wires in my house have been touched.I checked my phone line with test equipment and it all shows good.I have contacted ATT three times now and they checked outside line 3 times.All 3 times it shows good.I keep telling them the modem is bad and they want to send a service tech.I can't be here for a service tech.I just need a replacement modem.I have been a customer for years and never missed or been late on a payment.How can i get them to send me another modem?I am tired of calling them because i spend an hour on the phone and just get a big run around.Won't take me long to switch to another internet provider.
11-05-2016 7:52 AM
have not had wifi for three days just went "out" have tried several reboots the router light shows nothing is on with the setup so what now??
12-19-2016 9:39 AM
12-21-2016 8:26 PM
We have a 2 wire 425 router. Yesterday the wifi went out..red light blinking at wifi, after messing and trying several resets we were able to finally get a stable green light but the signal is very weak and slow. I only get 2 bars with my laptop right next to it..The signal is not strong enough to be able to go to regular websites...They just time out. I was finally able to get online by plugging my lap top into an ethernet port.
I have read about outages...Does anyone know if this is part of the outages or what I can try to fix this? It is getting really annoying.
- edited 12-24-2016 11:47 PM
12-26-2016 8:09 AM
Great information and thanks for sharing your feedback with the community.
12-27-2016 1:05 PM
It always says "Your device was unableto connect your W-Fi network. Please exit and try again. Can you help me?
01-02-2017 10:41 AM
I have been dealing with the same problem for over a month and when I thought the problem was solved it returned. My internet has been either not working properly or not at all. It was even causing the wireless recievers to cutout thus having to do the reboot procedure on the screen to get reception back. Had Technician out on the 19th of December seem to resolve the issue with the wireless TV reciever but not the wireless. Did the online guide for technician problems with no resolution. Did a chat guide with an att technical representative and he checked the line and had me reboot the system. The problem got worse not better. Texted the technician that serviced me and all he gave me was the same response the guide gave. Finally called and got a woman that was difficult to understand. I explained to her that I needed a technician to come out and fix the problem and all she wanted me to do was go through the same procedures I had already done. I told her that I had done these and that this was getting furstrating and she refused to send a technician without going through this process plus told me it will cost me $149 for the technician to come out if she sends one. I asked to speak to her supervisor and was told they are busy and that they will call back within the hour. 2 HOURS later and no call. I finally went online through my phone using up my data plan to avoid losing connection and spoke on tech chat and now have a technician coming out. I switched to ATT hoping to get better service but as it stands this experience is having me doubt my decision. Hope this message get through and it doesn't get cutoff.
01-03-2017 5:45 PM
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