04-28-2014 12:54 PM
I am currently using a D-Link DIR655 as my main access point bridged with the 3801 2-wire gateway as its the only way when using multiple xbox's to grab an open NAT type on both machines.
I have 2 other receivers in the house running on Coax and they work correctly but this box connected to the D-Link (BTW it is a new box within a month or so) will not work correctly. picture comes on for maybe 5-10 seconds and then a freeze occurs, then the television is lost error comes up. I reset the receiver and the modem a few times now with no luck. is there a setting on the D-Link I am missing?
I tried to obtain a wireless box but for some reason ATT wants to charge me $150 to get one, no way man.
04-28-2014 1:33 PM
You cannot connect a U-verse TV receiver through your router. Connect it directly to the RG (3801) and it should work fine. Your router doesn't know how to handle the multicast properly.
AT&T charges $99 for a truck roll and $49 for the initial set up of a wireless TV receiver. You can probably avoid the $99 by doing a self-install.
04-28-2014 3:28 PM
04-28-2014 4:19 PM
The AT&T equipment works the way it works; I'd say mostly different. How would you connect a Comcast/TWC/Charter box in that room?
04-28-2014 7:59 PM
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