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Created: May 27, 2011
Folk Created: May. 27, 2011
Thanks for the info. I have a Cat5 cable that runs from the STB to the main switch for my network (it's connected to my TV). I tried plugging it into the STB (effectively putting the STB on the network), but all it appeared to do was kill my network. I guess it flooded it with traffic. I didn't try just plugging a device into the port.
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Created: May 26, 2011
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I may be wrong here, but I don't think you can plug a wireless adapter into the DVR (set top box). I'm pretty sure the Ethernet port on the STB is strictly for sending TV signals in the absence of a coax run.
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Created: May 24, 2011
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You're right. Your current cabling is providing the rated speed of your network adapters. It doesn't get any better than that.
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I use NetStat Live from AnalogX http://www.analogx.com/contents/download/Network/nsl/Freeware.htm
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You can have mixed speed (1000Mbs/100Mbs) devices on the network and each will operate at it's rated speed. If you're getting gigabit speeds over your current cabling then you shouldn't worry about changing it out.
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Eyost wrote: Have you lost any capabilities by abandoning the RG as your wireless connection? I already had a working wireless access point, so I just continued to use it and disabled the one built into the RG. Since I had never used the RG's wireless capabilities, there were no capabilities to lose.
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Thanks for the info.
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SomeJoe7777 wrote: [...] Instead, plug all your U-Verse devices into the 2Wire router as you had them before. Then connect an Ethernet cable from the 2Wire router to the WAN port of the Vonage TA. Don't plug anything else into the Vonage TA except phones. I wouldn't usually hijack a thread, but since this one is solved... Joe, I was on AT&T DSL service before switching to...
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I had a working Netgear wireless access point on my home network before I had Uverse installed. Since it offered "N" capability and was working flawlessly, I saw no need for the wireless capability in the RG, so I just disabled it. I'm assuming that's all you need to do as well. I.E. go into the wireless settings on the RG and set "Wireless Access Point" to "disabled".
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Thanks!
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I realize this thread is a few weeks old, but I was searching for an answer to a related problem and this is as close as I got. The "screensaver" that's mentioned in this thread isn't a screensaver... it's a static screen. A true screensaver would move and prevent burn-in of a static image on your TV. I'm a new Uverse customer. Yesterday I paused live TV and then went out...
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Finally found one. There's a bunch of guides here: http://www.att.com/esupport/uverse-user-guides/ The guide for the i38HG can be found under " AT&T U-verse Voice and Equipment "
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Eyost wrote: Have you lost any capabilities by abandoning the RG as your wireless connection? I already had a working wireless access point, so I just continued to use it and disabled the one built into the RG. Since I had never used the RG's wireless capabilities, there were no capabilities to lose.
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I had a working Netgear wireless access point on my home network before I had Uverse installed. Since it offered "N" capability and was working flawlessly, I saw no need for the wireless capability in the RG, so I just disabled it. I'm assuming that's all you need to do as well. I.E. go into the wireless settings on the RG and set "Wireless Access Point" to "disabled".
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