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Created: Jul 23, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 23, 2013
I would NEVER encourage anyone to "make up" problems with their current RG. I'd just make sure that there really was "something" not working as intended before I made that call(s)..........
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Created: Jul 23, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 23, 2013
drumboy35 wrote: drumboy35 wrote: The 55Mb profile, however, is rolling out in west region right now, allowing for internet speeds of 45/5. This is only for people within 2200ft (current distance for 32Mb profile). And requires the use of bonded pair with the NVG589. Forgot that part. No. No it doesn't require bonded pair. Single pair and bonded pair are both selectable o...
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Created: Jul 22, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 22, 2013
Assuming he's not on one already, could moving him to a K-Card at the VRAD improve his connection and allow him to keep the higher profile? I know it helped mine as I'm pretty darned marginal at around 3300' from the VRAD.
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Created: Jul 21, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 21, 2013
Was the iMac still connected via CAT5 to your network when you moved the RG 50' away from the iMac? Was it connected via wireless? Was it not connected to your network at all, and just plugged in?
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Created: Jul 21, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 21, 2013
While that particular poster may not be an AT&T employee, that particular line has been used by AT&T employees in many threads, including ones that I have started. I made clear that I was refering to INTERNAL networking needs, and not your standard browsing behavior. For those purposes, and let's all be very honest about this particular point, wireless and wired speeds AR...
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Created: Jul 21, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 21, 2013
Yes. You want to set it up as a wireless access point. You will need to hard wire it to your RG though. You could run the CAT5 through the attic and do a cable drop into the closet and to where the RG is located. That would be the most asthetically pleasing solution. I'm guessing your printers don't have wireless connections?
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Created: Jul 21, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 21, 2013
JefferMC wrote: Winaux overstates the case quite a lot: Many, MANY people have been able to set up a router behind the RG and get exactly what they wanted it to do. Is it perfect? Heck no. Does it work for most people? Yes. "Does it work for most people? Yes," is kind of like saying that driving on 4 flat tires works for most people. Yes, your car will move, but it's far ...
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Created: Jul 19, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 19, 2013
THe NVG589 will also work in single pair installs as well, and since I was informed by the senior tech who installed mine that our area is officially going to only 2 different RG's on the truck and deployed, and since one of those HAS to be a device for installs who DON'T have IPTV, then it's pretty safe to assume that AT&T will be deploying the NVG589 for both single and...
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Created: Jul 19, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 19, 2013
I call that little recessed button on the power supply, The Red Ring of Death, because in the three times that I was instructed by tech support over the phone to press said reset button, my outside iNID was totally fried and required replacement. At least before pressing it SOME of my my three services worked, like TV and phone, but once pressed NONE of my services worked...
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Created: Jul 19, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 19, 2013
Trying to place your own router behind any of the other current RG's offered by AT&T will be a horrible experience for you. Everything that you will be linked to and offered as a "workaround" because none of their previous RG's that support IPTV will really allow you to put them into a true bridge mode. It's all just horrific kludges and workarounds to sort of make things...
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Created: Jul 18, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 18, 2013
Yes, there is a new RG, the Motorola NVG589, that combines the outside iNID, the giant battery backup box, and the RG into one smaller box. You'll also get Wireless N, Gigabit Ethernet, true bridgeable mode, and 40 MhZ bonded mode for 300 mbps wireless speeds (That speed of course is only found in the lab, and you won't see that kind of speed in real life. It will be fast...
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Created: Jul 15, 2013
Wineaux Created: Jul. 15, 2013
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 Ha...
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Created: Jul 18, 2013
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Yes, there is a new RG, the Motorola NVG589, that combines the outside iNID, the giant battery backup box, and the RG into one smaller box. You'll also get Wireless N, Gigabit Ethernet, true bridgeable mode, and 40 MhZ bonded mode for 300 mbps wireless speeds (That speed of course is only found in the lab, and you won't see that kind of speed in real life. It will be fast...
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Wineaux Created: Jul. 10, 2013
My NVG589 was installed yesterday! Yes, it has a TRUE bridge mode! Yes, it has Wireless N (300Mbs), although Dual Band N or Wireless AC would have been nice. I guess we'll have to wait another 4 years for those improvements... LOL Yes, it has Gigabit Ethernet ports (finally)! Yes, it can be put in 40mHz mode! Yes, it can be run on a single, rather than bonded pair, so eve...
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