01-17-2010 7:44 AM
01-17-2010 11:10 AM
Interesting stuff. However, this is a U-Verse forum and has nothing to do with AT&T's cell phone or iPhone service, which seem to be a crucial link in this issue.
01-17-2010 11:14 AM
01-17-2010 2:18 PM
No, it is not a U-Verse specific issue.
The issue occurs regardless of which AT&T internet service you're using ... whether it's U-Verse, DSL, or the mobile 3G network. The issue resides in the caching servers AT&T is using for internet traffic. The cache is not being cleared under certain conditions.
The issue is specific to AT&T, and so far has been seen only with mobile phones (mostly iPhones, but other devices could also be affected). But it has nothing to do with U-Verse.
01-21-2010 6:55 PM
Sorry, but I guess you werent reading closely. I was on my iphone, which was connected to my UVERSE internet via wifi. So, the issue has to do with AT&T's routers and affects all Uverse users. This is a Uverse issue.
Yes, as previously posted this is not a U-Verse issue. Kinda rude to speak like that to others, don't you think?
01-22-2010 8:15 AM
Apparently this issue has been fixed. And it was not specific to U-verse at all... users could have been connecting through any wifi service and still have seen this problem.