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Aug 11, 2011
geegecko Aug 11, 2011
Thanks for the reply. The other provider's SMTP service is alson listening on port 1025 and it is not blocked, at the moment... Do you know of other ports that are filtered? The tier 2 support tech I spoke to swore they were not blocking port 25. Said it was an Outlook problem and referred to Connectech. Yeah... right. Thanks again for the response.
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Aug 10, 2011
geegecko Aug 10, 2011
New U-verse customer trying to use SMTP authenication to send email from my non ATT.net email account. No issues with the att.net email acount using an encrypted connection. Can I not make a port 25 connection to the non-att mail server? Feedback appreciated.
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Jun 28, 2011
geegecko Jun 28, 2011
The plan is to move the STB over to a coax connector on the i3812V. I was hoping to use the existing ethernet cabling for the STB and not have to snake coax cable between floors of an office building. Wireless capablities on the i38HG have been (always been) cut completely off. The internal network (devices behind the Watchguard) works fine, but I'm concerned with the a...
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Jun 27, 2011
geegecko Jun 27, 2011
The STB is connected. No DVR present.
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Jun 27, 2011
geegecko Jun 27, 2011
The 4 port switch built into the i38HG wireless AP. I'm using the ethernet port on the 3812V for my watchguard firewall and the rest of my internal network.
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Jun 26, 2011
geegecko Jun 26, 2011
The only issue I've seen is devices plugged into 4 port switch on the the wireless access suffer dreadful performance. As slow as dial-up. Too slow for TV service. Devices behind the Watchguard are fine. Any idea why? Thanks again for your responses. The instructions for setting the 2Wire device in "bridge" mode were top notch.
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Jun 22, 2011
geegecko Jun 22, 2011
It was the switch. Exchanged it and no issues. Thanks for your responses.
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Jun 15, 2011
geegecko Jun 15, 2011
I'll check tommorrow but my guess is it is something like this Linksys EtherFast 10 / 100 5-Port Workgroup Switch EZXS55W Switch - 5 ports 
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Jun 15, 2011
geegecko Jun 15, 2011
It's just a Linksys 5 port workgroup 10/100 switch that I was using to test out the connection. The permanent switch will be a Cisco Catalyst 2960. That's on order and hasn't gotten here yet. I can go from the AP to switch without issue. I can try another switch tomorrow but it will be another small workgroup switch and I do not believe there is a problem with the switch...
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Jun 15, 2011
geegecko Jun 15, 2011
Not a bad cable or a bad port on the switch; it's the port out of the iNID to the switch that's the problem. A direct connection to a pc or the TV to the ethernet port on iNID works fine. A connection from the ethernet port on the iNID to a switch fails using several cables on several ports on the switch.
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Jun 15, 2011
geegecko Jun 15, 2011
Thanks for the update. I don't get a link light when I go from the ethernet port on the i3812V to a small workgroup switch. That's with both a straight through cable or a crossover cable. The port light just flashes. Other devices plugged into the switch lose internet connectivity. A crossover cable from the i38HG AP to my switch works fine.
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Jun 15, 2011
geegecko Jun 15, 2011
Thanks so much for your reply. An update and a question or 2 please. The tech who installed the connection is using the ethernet connection for the U200 service. I guess we can have a coax connection ran for the TV service so I can use the ethernet port for the internal network. I could not open the second link, but I believe what you are saying is to run an ethernet cabl...
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