07-14-2013 1:20 AM - edited 07-14-2013 1:42 AM
I have ordered uverse for TV and Internet. My house has a wired network installed, with an existing wifi access point. I have a very specific location where I expect the uverse Internet to connect to my network that is not near any of my tvs. Everything I have read indicates that AT&T will provide a wireless router. Have I made a mistake by ordering uverse? Can I get a wired router instead? If not, I will have to cancel my order and reluctantly stay with my current ISP.
ALos, how does uverse connect to the tvs? I only have coax running to the tvs now. The coax also runs to my existing cable modem for Internet access. Can this be used to connect to the tvs?
i also have a third party VOIP phone service. Does the AT&T router have QoS that will give phone priority access to the interment?
07-14-2013 3:41 AM
07-15-2013 12:14 PM
While they may not have the new NVG589's in stock yet, it sure wouldn't hurt to request one when the tech arrives at your home. Especially since you have your own wireless router. The NVG589 is Gigabit Ethernet (Finally!), 802.11N (Finally!), and bridgeable so you can easily use your own wireless router without jumping through hoops and taking a trip through networking Hades (Finally!)...
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