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AT&T New Equipment Lineup List(Motorola NVG589, VAP2500, VIP2500, and Pace 5031)
Edited by Darknessrise on May 8, 2013 at 7:21:25 PM

Motorola NVG589  VDSL2+ Gateway

http://www.motorola.com/us/consumers/NVG589-Replacement-Battery/m-NVG589-Replacement-Battery,en_US,p...

 

http://certifications.wi-fi.org/pdf_certificate.php?cid=WFA16256

 

http://www.att.com/media/att/2013/support/pdf/att123520853_internet_voice_nvg589.pdf

 

https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&called...

 

http://www.att.com/media/att/2013/support/pdf/att130950864_u-verse_wireless_gateway_replacement.pdf

 

-It's 2x2 wireless N with 300 Mbps with no dual band

-VDSL2

-Pair Bonding

-Can do HPNA

-Triple Play Gateway

-Doesn't require an external battery backup

 

-It's 2x2 wireless N with 300 Mbps with no dual band

-VDSL2

-Pair Bonding

-Can do HPNA

-Triple Play Gateway

-Doesn't require an external battery backup

 

 

-It's 2x2 wireless N with 300 Mbps with no dual band

-VDSL2

-Pair Bonding

-Can do HPNA

-Triple Play Gateway

-Doesn't require an external battery backup

 

Pace 5031 ADSL2+ Gateway(Pending)?

http://www.att.com/support_media/images/pdf/uverse/att122090839_uv_double_play_internet_voice_pace_5...

http://www.att.com/support_media/images/pdf/uverse/att122090838_uv_single_play_internet_pace_5031.pd...

 

Motorola VAP2500 Wireless Access Point

https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&calledFromFrame=Y&applica...

 

http://certifications.wi-fi.org/pdf_certificate.php?cid=WFA18369

 

http://www.att.com/support_media/images/pdf/uverse/VAP2500_quick_start_guide_588457_001_a.pdf

- 3x3 5 GHz only

 

Motorola VIP2500 Wireless Receiver

- No found details currently except that it pairs with the VAP2500.

 

 

 

 

PICTURE FEATURING NVG589, VAP2500, AND VIP2500

 Motorola VAP2500


Motorola NVG589


Motorola VIP2500(Guide Picture Only)


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Motorola NVG589  VDSL2+ Gateway

http://www.motorola.com/us/consumers/NVG589-Replacement-Battery/m-NVG589-Replacement-Battery,en_US,pd.html

 

http://certifications.wi-fi.org/pdf_certificate.php?cid=WFA16256

 

http://www.att.com/media/att/2013/support/pdf/att123520853_internet_voice_nvg589.pdf

 

https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=876244&fcc_id=GZ5NVG589

 

http://www.att.com/media/att/2013/support/pdf/att130950864_u-verse_wireless_gateway_replacement.pdf

 

-It's 2x2 wireless N with 300 Mbps with no dual band

-VDSL2

-Pair Bonding

-Can do HPNA

-Triple Play Gateway

-Doesn't require an external battery backup

 

-It's 2x2 wireless N with 300 Mbps with no dual band

-VDSL2

-Pair Bonding

-Can do HPNA

-Triple Play Gateway

-Doesn't require an external battery backup

 

 

-It's 2x2 wireless N with 300 Mbps with no dual band

-VDSL2

-Pair Bonding

-Can do HPNA

-Triple Play Gateway

-Doesn't require an external battery backup

 

Pace 5031 ADSL2+ Gateway(Pending)?

http://www.att.com/support_media/images/pdf/uverse/att122090839_uv_double_play_internet_voice_pace_5031.pdf

http://www.att.com/support_media/images/pdf/uverse/att122090838_uv_single_play_internet_pace_5031.pdf

 

Motorola VAP2500 Wireless Access Point

https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&calledFromFrame=Y&application_id=692694&fcc_id=ACQ-VAP2500

 

http://certifications.wi-fi.org/pdf_certificate.php?cid=WFA18369

 

http://www.att.com/support_media/images/pdf/uverse/VAP2500_quick_start_guide_588457_001_a.pdf

- 3x3 5 GHz only

 

Motorola VIP2500 Wireless Receiver

- No found details currently except that it pairs with the VAP2500.

 

 

 

 

PICTURE FEATURING NVG589, VAP2500, AND VIP2500

 Motorola VAP2500


Motorola NVG589


Motorola VIP2500(Guide Picture Only)


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Any word on availability of this router to current Uverse subscribers?

 

I could really use the Gig-E ports on this for my wired network in my home.

Any word on availability of this router to current Uverse subscribers?

 

I could really use the Gig-E ports on this for my wired network in my home.

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ryanwgregg wrote:

Any word on availability of this router to current Uverse subscribers?

 

I could really use the Gig-E ports on this for my wired network in my home.


No clue. I got mixed results from AT&T "Claiming" I could get it while others had no clue what I was talking about Smiley Tongue.

 

 

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ryanwgregg wrote:

Any word on availability of this router to current Uverse subscribers?

 

I could really use the Gig-E ports on this for my wired network in my home.


No clue. I got mixed results from AT&T "Claiming" I could get it while others had no clue what I was talking about Smiley Tongue.

 

 

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In the FCC pdf, it states 130Mbps wireless, if S/N was poor it would revert back to 11Mbps, not the 300 Mbps.

 

The 'n' standard lists a max of 150Mbps on 5 or 2.4 Ghz, a draft standard will go slightly higher. Smiley Wink

 

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In the FCC pdf, it states 130Mbps wireless, if S/N was poor it would revert back to 11Mbps, not the 300 Mbps.

 

The 'n' standard lists a max of 150Mbps on 5 or 2.4 Ghz, a draft standard will go slightly higher. Smiley Wink

 

Chris


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Darknessrise wrote:

ryanwgregg wrote:

Any word on availability of this router to current Uverse subscribers?

 

I could really use the Gig-E ports on this for my wired network in my home.


No clue. I got mixed results from AT&T "Claiming" I could get it while others had no clue what I was talking about Smiley Tongue.

 

 


I chatted yesterday once I found your thread and the lady who I chattd with said that Uverse subscribers should receive a post card in the mail when they are available to be upgraded to. She was ready to do it but she said they can't be ordered right now.


Darknessrise wrote:

ryanwgregg wrote:

Any word on availability of this router to current Uverse subscribers?

 

I could really use the Gig-E ports on this for my wired network in my home.


No clue. I got mixed results from AT&T "Claiming" I could get it while others had no clue what I was talking about Smiley Tongue.

 

 


I chatted yesterday once I found your thread and the lady who I chattd with said that Uverse subscribers should receive a post card in the mail when they are available to be upgraded to. She was ready to do it but she said they can't be ordered right now.

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Edited by Darknessrise on May 13, 2013 at 1:07:31 PM

mibrnsurg wrote:

In the FCC pdf, it states 130Mbps wireless, if S/N was poor it would revert back to 11Mbps, not the 300 Mbps.

 

The 'n' standard lists a max of 150Mbps on 5 or 2.4 Ghz, a draft standard will go slightly higher. Smiley Wink

 

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The 130 N is the 20 MHz of 300 N. I saw an option for 40 MHz in the manual so maybe it's just an error?

 

N can go up to 600 Mbps I believe with 4x4. Unless you're talking about the max per stream.

 

@ryanwgregg

 

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mibrnsurg wrote:

In the FCC pdf, it states 130Mbps wireless, if S/N was poor it would revert back to 11Mbps, not the 300 Mbps.

 

The 'n' standard lists a max of 150Mbps on 5 or 2.4 Ghz, a draft standard will go slightly higher. Smiley Wink

 

Chris


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The 130 N is the 20 MHz of 300 N. I saw an option for 40 MHz in the manual so maybe it's just an error?

 

N can go up to 600 Mbps I believe with 4x4. Unless you're talking about the max per stream.

 

@ryanwgregg

 

Hope she's right Smiley Happy.

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Do you know if these will be able to work in true bridge mode and bypass the limitations of the 2wire?

 

Jamie

Do you know if these will be able to work in true bridge mode and bypass the limitations of the 2wire?

 

Jamie

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jamiedolan wrote:

Do you know if these will be able to work in true bridge mode and bypass the limitations of the 2wire?

 

Jamie


The NVG589 will have an "IP Passthrough" mode. Not sure about the Pace 5031 or the Pace VDSL modems(If they plan to use those too).

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Do you know if these will be able to work in true bridge mode and bypass the limitations of the 2wire?

 

Jamie


The NVG589 will have an "IP Passthrough" mode. Not sure about the Pace 5031 or the Pace VDSL modems(If they plan to use those too).

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Anyone able to determine the default user name/pass for the VAP2500?

Anyone able to determine the default user name/pass for the VAP2500?

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Pace 5031 will be a replacement for the 3600 so it's just VDSL for Internet and VOIP.  Haven't seen much on it though beyond that though.  Software should be similar to current 3800/3801 with minor tweaks to bring up to new vision for layout.

 

 

 


I am an AT&T employee and the postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent AT&T’s positions, strategies or opinions.

Pace 5031 will be a replacement for the 3600 so it's just VDSL for Internet and VOIP.  Haven't seen much on it though beyond that though.  Software should be similar to current 3800/3801 with minor tweaks to bring up to new vision for layout.

 

 

 


I am an AT&T employee and the postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent AT&T’s positions, strategies or opinions.

I am an AT&T employee and the postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent AT&T’s position, strategies or opinions.
*I am an AT&T employee and the postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent AT&T’s position, strategies or opinions.

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Edited by Darknessrise on May 27, 2013 at 7:53:24 PM

unrtechie wrote:

Pace 5031 will be a replacement for the 3600 so it's just VDSL for Internet and VOIP.  Haven't seen much on it though beyond that though.  Software should be similar to current 3800/3801 with minor tweaks to bring up to new vision for layout.

 

 

 


I am an AT&T employee and the postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent AT&T’s positions, strategies or opinions.


Thanks, I actually forgot to post that. Someone on Dslreports.com pointed that out to me. Wish I could edit my posts to reflect it though(Unless a mod wants to change it for me Smiley Very Happy).

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Pace 5031 will be a replacement for the 3600 so it's just VDSL for Internet and VOIP.  Haven't seen much on it though beyond that though.  Software should be similar to current 3800/3801 with minor tweaks to bring up to new vision for layout.

 

 

 


I am an AT&T employee and the postings on this site are my own and don’t necessarily represent AT&T’s positions, strategies or opinions.


Thanks, I actually forgot to post that. Someone on Dslreports.com pointed that out to me. Wish I could edit my posts to reflect it though(Unless a mod wants to change it for me Smiley Very Happy).

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Pace 5031NV has 2x2 Wireless N and is capable of 40Mhz

Pace 5031NV has 2x2 Wireless N and is capable of 40Mhz

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Pace website states that the 5031 has IGMP snooping/caching necessary for video, however upon testing it seems ATT has disabled this.  TVs play for about 15sec then cut out. Also the manufacturer says it is and ADSL/VDSL modem, so this may work on IPDSLAM also.

Pace website states that the 5031 has IGMP snooping/caching necessary for video, however upon testing it seems ATT has disabled this.  TVs play for about 15sec then cut out. Also the manufacturer says it is and ADSL/VDSL modem, so this may work on IPDSLAM also.

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The Pace 5031NV does work on IPDSLAM. Tested yesterday.

The Pace 5031NV does work on IPDSLAM. Tested yesterday.

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Edited by Darknessrise on Jun 13, 2013 at 6:05:23 PM

drumboy35 wrote:

The Pace 5031NV does work on IPDSLAM. Tested yesterday.


Hmm, maybe it may be used for both non TV VDSL2_ installs along with IPDSLAM then while replacing both the 3600/510?

 

 

Equipment Update: The Cisco VEN501/ISB7105 will be probably used with U-verse too. The ISB7105 has U-verse labeling.

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The Pace 5031NV does work on IPDSLAM. Tested yesterday.


Hmm, maybe it may be used for both non TV VDSL2_ installs along with IPDSLAM then while replacing both the 3600/510?

 

 

Equipment Update: The Cisco VEN501/ISB7105 will be probably used with U-verse too. The ISB7105 has U-verse labeling.

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The nvg589 is/was in limited rollout. It takes two pairs of wires for it to run, so it does take a premise tech to find a spare pair and join them in. There is distance limitation from the VRAD in your neighborhood, no I don't remember the distance. The gigabit ports are nice however there is catch, if you have mix of devices 10/100/1000 don't hook them directly into the 589. The internal speed switching is not as good as it could be. I put a netgear gs108 switch in so the speed switching between my 100M/1000M was offloaded to the switch. My wife was very happy as her work laptop was not running faster. I've been told the same speed switching problem exists with wireless so offloading that to your own wireless N router could be a solution. Now if you're strictly N level wirelss should be no difference.

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The nvg589 is/was in limited rollout. It takes two pairs of wires for it to run, so it does take a premise tech to find a spare pair and join them in. There is distance limitation from the VRAD in your neighborhood, no I don't remember the distance. The gigabit ports are nice however there is catch, if you have mix of devices 10/100/1000 don't hook them directly into the 589. The internal speed switching is not as good as it could be. I put a netgear gs108 switch in so the speed switching between my 100M/1000M was offloaded to the switch. My wife was very happy as her work laptop was not running faster. I've been told the same speed switching problem exists with wireless so offloading that to your own wireless N router could be a solution. Now if you're strictly N level wirelss should be no difference.

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Edited by Darknessrise on Jan 26, 2014 at 8:47:35 AM

mdparkhill wrote:
The nvg589 is/was in limited rollout. It takes two pairs of wires for it to run, so it does take a premise tech to find a spare pair and join them in. There is distance limitation from the VRAD in your neighborhood, no I don't remember the distance. The gigabit ports are nice however there is catch, if you have mix of devices 10/100/1000 don't hook them directly into the 589. The internal speed switching is not as good as it could be. I put a netgear gs108 switch in so the speed switching between my 100M/1000M was offloaded to the switch. My wife was very happy as her work laptop was not running faster. I've been told the same speed switching problem exists with wireless so offloading that to your own wireless N router could be a solution. Now if you're strictly N level wirelss should be no difference.

Mike

You can run the NVG589 without two pairs. You just need to set it to single pair mode.

 

Update: New NVG599

http://forums.att.com/t5/Residential-Gateway/Motorola-NVG599-New-Gateway-Wireless-AC/td-p/3877017

 

Full List of 2013/2014 U-verse Equipment:

Motorola NVG589 - 2x2 300 Mbps N gateway Gigabit Ethernet

Motorola VAP2500 - Wireless STB 4x4 N Access Point

Motorola VIP2500 - Wireless STB

Pace 5031NV - 2x2 300 Mbps N gateway 100 Mbps ethernet

Motorola NVG599 - 2x2 300 Mbps N/3x3 1300 Mbps AC Gateway Gigabit Ethernet

Cisco VEN501 - See VAP2500

Pace 5168NV - 2x2 300 Mbps N Gigabit Ethernet

Cisco ISB7105 - See VIP2500

Motorola NM55(business)

Motorola NVG595(business) - 2x2 300+300 Mbps N

Pace IPH8005 - 500 GB DVR

I don't know what the 1 TB gigapower DVR is Smiley Sad

 

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mdparkhill wrote:
The nvg589 is/was in limited rollout. It takes two pairs of wires for it to run, so it does take a premise tech to find a spare pair and join them in. There is distance limitation from the VRAD in your neighborhood, no I don't remember the distance. The gigabit ports are nice however there is catch, if you have mix of devices 10/100/1000 don't hook them directly into the 589. The internal speed switching is not as good as it could be. I put a netgear gs108 switch in so the speed switching between my 100M/1000M was offloaded to the switch. My wife was very happy as her work laptop was not running faster. I've been told the same speed switching problem exists with wireless so offloading that to your own wireless N router could be a solution. Now if you're strictly N level wirelss should be no difference.

Mike

You can run the NVG589 without two pairs. You just need to set it to single pair mode.

 

Update: New NVG599

http://forums.att.com/t5/Residential-Gateway/Motorola-NVG599-New-Gateway-Wireless-AC/td-p/3877017

 

Full List of 2013/2014 U-verse Equipment:

Motorola NVG589 - 2x2 300 Mbps N gateway Gigabit Ethernet

Motorola VAP2500 - Wireless STB 4x4 N Access Point

Motorola VIP2500 - Wireless STB

Pace 5031NV - 2x2 300 Mbps N gateway 100 Mbps ethernet

Motorola NVG599 - 2x2 300 Mbps N/3x3 1300 Mbps AC Gateway Gigabit Ethernet

Cisco VEN501 - See VAP2500

Pace 5168NV - 2x2 300 Mbps N Gigabit Ethernet

Cisco ISB7105 - See VIP2500

Motorola NM55(business)

Motorola NVG595(business) - 2x2 300+300 Mbps N

Pace IPH8005 - 500 GB DVR

I don't know what the 1 TB gigapower DVR is Smiley Sad

 

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Re: AT&T New Equipment Lineup List(Motorola NVG589, VAP2500, VIP2500, and Pace 5031)

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