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Created: Sep 7, 2010
mhetterm Created: Sep. 7, 2010
Quick update - the site works fine for me from work (sonic.net ISP), with or without "logging in" with my u-verse user id/password ...
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Created: Sep 6, 2010
mhetterm Created: Sep. 6, 2010
Hmmm, well, worth a thought. I will try it from work tomorrow - not sure if the service is tied to IP addresses or the user account you login to their page with. BTW, in my experience, there is not much on there that isn't on hulu ... Edit: just tried it via safari (which I have never logged in to an att site with) and it worked, so it must be tied to IP address. My new b...
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Created: Sep 6, 2010
mhetterm Created: Sep. 6, 2010
My best guess: you've setup a proxy connection (perhaps to watch bbc iplayer?) that reports you are "from" the UK - which would make bbc iplayer work, but break the u-verse online viewing website (which almost certainly requires that you be "from" the US) ... I actually use proxies to watch BBC rugby clips, but I switch back and forth (only enabling the proxy when needed)...
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Created: Apr 2, 2010
mhetterm Created: Apr. 2, 2010
SomeJoe7777 wrote: ErikwithaK3380 wrote: Funny you mention this because I was told by a tier 2 technician that when they rolled out the 32/5 profile, they also put less compression on the HD signal. He also said that every time they are upgrading the amount of streams and number of streams they are adding more quality to the picture. And I have noticed a *slight* improvem...
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Created: Jan 26, 2010
mhetterm Created: Jan. 26, 2010
Here's some more data for you: DSL Down Up Current Rate: 32200 kbs 5040 kbs Max Rate: 48674 kbs Not Available Current Connection: Current Noise Margin: 17.5 dB Not Available Current Attenuation: 18.0 dB Not Available Current Output Power: 14.3 dBm -6.1 dBm IP Bytes Packets Drops Errors % Transmit: 16334892 29301 0 0 0 Receive: 127926753 300297 0 0 0 DSL Since Reset Curren...
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Created: May 19, 2009
mhetterm Created: May. 19, 2009
And, I disagree about forcing a private IP in dmzplus - I really like having the public one passed on (or at least the option to) - that way my router "knows" its public IP and can do things like update dynamic dns, etc.
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Created: May 19, 2009
mhetterm Created: May. 19, 2009
By "feature", I suppose I meant "by design" - not that the design was necessarily smart!
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Created: May 19, 2009
mhetterm Created: May. 19, 2009
I can confirm that the RG does not pass ICMP packets to DMZplus. I have no idea if this is a "feature" or a "bug", and I don't know if they intend to fix/change it. FYI - you can set the RG to respond to pings itself, even with a device in DMZplus, and that will work (although you won't be able to traceroute all the way in to your LAN ...)
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