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Created: Jul 14, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Jul. 14, 2014
Sorry you're having a problem. I have an Asus RT-N66U behind the AT&T NVG589 gateway. My wired and wireless connections are solid. I have no problems or issues with it. It may be the gateway and not your router. Does everything stay connected without the router? I'm no fan girl of AT&T Internet, but I have had no problems or drops or interruption in service the past 2 or ...
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Created: Apr 11, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Apr. 11, 2014
Did you use Passthrough Mode, select DHCPS-Fixed? I know it sounds obvious, but did you save your settings? Did you use your personal router MAC address in the NVG589? Disable NVG wireless, turn off the firewall, etc? For the MAC address, I only had the PC connected and the NVG589 saw it. You can leave the NVG IP adress the default if that's easier for you. Just make sure...
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Created: Mar 24, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Mar. 24, 2014
Is your router and RG on different IP addresses? For example: 192.168. 1 .1, 192.168. 2 .1? Have you double checked all of the settings in the RG, like wireless, off, firewall off, DHCPS-fixed? If worse comes to worse, do a hard reset of the RG by pressing and holding the red reset button the back until all lights are solid red, It does take some time to come back up and ...
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Created: Mar 22, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Mar. 22, 2014
Okay, way over my head now. my thoughts, I only have AT&T Internet. I have 1 Windows 7 PC, an Ooma VOIP, 1 Windows 8.1 laptop, 1 Nexus 10 tablet, a Synology NAS, an HP network printer that is ancient but works perfectly with its JetDirect card. I also have Directv Whole Home Network with 2 devices per DVR for a total of 4. So I should be okay as I can only use one device ...
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Created: Mar 22, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Mar. 22, 2014
First, thanks. So I plugged in the IPs as in the screenshot below: I rebooted my router and it is using my public WAN IP but what's strange is that the LAN IP is still 192.168.2.1 and the subnet mask is original 255.255.255.0. I shouldn't be able to connect should I? But I am connected! Thoughts? If my original RG settings were 192.168.1.1 and router 192.168.2.1 both usin...
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Created: Mar 22, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Mar. 22, 2014
First, everything is working fine with Asus RT-N66U router behind NVG589 RG. In the thread http://forums.att.com/t5/Features-and-How-To/How-to-put-the-Motorola-NVG589-in-bridge-mode-or-as-close-as-you/m-p/3552057#M39255 David added some comments which I tried without success. " Now you can leave this at 255.255.255.0 /24 (default) which would give you 254 Ip addresses on ...
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Created: Feb 24, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Feb. 24, 2014
AT&T Also Says They're In Talks With Netflix http://www.dslreports.com/
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Created: Feb 24, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Feb. 24, 2014
I figured it out. I put the router MAC address into the NVG589.. No more double NAT!
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Created: Feb 24, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Feb. 24, 2014
Mine is also grayed out. I "think'" it takes the settings from Home Network-->Subnets & DHCP-->Private LAN Subnet--->Device IPv4 Address Are the numbers next to Device IPv4 Address the same as the grayed out box? Mine are the same which led me to think this. It just transfers the numbers over.
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Created: Feb 22, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Feb. 22, 2014
Do a 30-30-30 reset. This may or may not work, but maybe start from scratch? http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r28553644-Other-Asus-RT-N66U-connection-setup-problems Try a 30-30-30 reset: 1) Press and HOLD the Reset button for 30 sec. 2) Continue holding the Reset button, and Disconnect the power from the router. 3) Continue holding the Reset button for 30 sec. with power di...
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Created: Feb 21, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Feb. 21, 2014
Turn off Wi-Fi if it's on. Pull the Ooma power cable. Basically you remove the ethernet cable from the back of the Ooma. Plug an ethernet cable into the the other Ooma port. (The other port that is always open). Plug the other end of the cable to the WIRED LAN port on your PC and follow the directions below. You are only changing one setting. Don't accidentally click on s...
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Created: Feb 17, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Feb. 17, 2014
LOL, I just followed the steps. It said 192.168.1.1 so I did it. The one step I really liked is to set the starting NVG589 IP to 192.168.1.1 Ending IP 192.168.1.1 It seems to me that it would further isolate the NVG589. But that's a guess on my part.
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Created: Feb 24, 2014
MoInSTL Created: Feb. 24, 2014
I figured it out. I put the router MAC address into the NVG589.. No more double NAT!
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