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Created: Aug 23, 2009
KPOM Created: Aug 23, 2009
From Milwaukee myself. AT&T indeed doesn't offer any Usenet access for U-Verse customers. Interestingly enough, they do for DSL customers. This is indeed the path that almost all major ISPs are taking (TW filters you to a few GB/month). Anyway, I'm presuming you're not intent on using a brand-new AT&T account to post correspondence to Usenet, in which case I highly recomm...
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Created: Aug 23, 2009
KPOM Created: Aug 23, 2009
... Anyway, the output the OP submitted shows the device is receiving the DHCP broadcast but is unable to process it. This is most likely due to an ACL filtering it. Should the OP return, submitting the output of the commands I requested'll be a good start.
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Created: Aug 20, 2009
KPOM Created: Aug 20, 2009
Are you using the same security settings as before (did you go from WEP to WPA2, for example)? Not sure if you're interested in using your old device, but you could always attach your old router to the U-verse device and set up DMZplus...that'd let you use your old device as it's always been. Something about my devices sitting directly on AT&T's hardware without my own NA...
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Created: Aug 20, 2009
KPOM Created: Aug 20, 2009
Please paste the outputs of the following commands: sho ip arp sho run int fa0/4 sho run | i access sho run | i dhcp Message Edited by KPOM on 08-20-2009 08:42 AM
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Created: Aug 20, 2009
KPOM Created: Aug 20, 2009
Do both accounts have only one wireless network? What happens if, under the broken user account, you run ipconfig /renew? Are you using XP's built-in wireless manager or a third party manager (such as Intel)? If you're using a third party manager, you may want to try disabling it (services, too) and making Windows' built in manager the default. Might not have as much cont...
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Created: Aug 19, 2009
KPOM Created: Aug 19, 2009
Indeed, I mentioned I'd be using the DMZplus earlier, and it's now working as expected. I've only got one other device plugged in, and so it'd be nice to be able to filter what connects to it (either by MAC or, at the very least, by disabling the remaining two ports). The more I read up on this manufacturer and this device in particular, it does indeed seem that there's no...
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KPOM Created: Aug 19, 2009
I've seen a few threads on here (and the rest of the internet) relating to this, but I've not seen a definitive answer as to whether or not it's possible to completely disable the firewall on this device. I think because nearly everything else on the device can be set to inactive--and this is clearly marked as active--that I'm assuming it can be as well. I don't trust thi...
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