05-13-2019 8:35 AM
I moved my AT&T router to another room. I ran a longer cat 5 cable from the wall where the service enters the house. To a wall connection in my living room. From there I powered up the router and plugged to original cat 5 from the wall location to the ONT Broadband port. Now I have a green light for power and wifi, but to blinking red lights for broadband 1 and 2. Am I not able to add a longer cat 5 from the service connection at the wall?
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05-13-2019 9:44 AM
The ONT port is for direct fiber connection from ONT.
If you have Uverse ADSL2+ or VDSL service the wall connection should be to the GREEN DSL port not the RED port.
05-13-2019 9:52 AM
05-13-2019 10:35 AM
i think you may be mistaken as @my thoughts says the red broadband is for direct fiber connection wouldnt hurt to plug it into the green port to see if it works if it does you can cancel the service call
05-13-2019 11:03 AM
There shouldn't be any ambiguity here. The green broadband port is RJ11. The red ONT port for fiber is RJ45.
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