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Created: Aug 10, 2012
aradley Created: Aug. 10, 2012
Thanks. Your extra explanation helped push me through to understanding it better. In fact, I guess it makes me look sort of stupid now. When I converted to Access ID and linked my phone, Internet, and wireless accounts to it, I wasn't even thinking about the email account. It apparently was sort of automatically linked to my Access ID, I guess. It's listed amongst the lin...
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Created: Aug 9, 2012
aradley Created: Aug. 9, 2012
Yesterday, I converted to AT&T Access ID for my old wireless and Internet accounts (which I never used much). Now I want to begin paperless billing and online payments. I don't remember all of the details of why and how, but I was told that I had to convert to AT&T Access ID to accomplish that. Anyway, I'm getting used to navigating the thing, and it seems to work as hype...
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Created: Sep 29, 2011
aradley Created: Sep. 29, 2011
Not really, IMO. If the modem is in PPPoE mode and handling the PPP connection (probably the OOB default), and if the router is set to DHCP mode (probably the OOB default), then you only need to make sure they are not using the same IP address. If so, then change the router's IP. For example, my Linkysys router and Motorola modem both used 192.168.1.x , and I had to chang...
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Created: Sep 20, 2011
aradley Created: Sep. 20, 2011
If the modem is handling the PPP connection (set to PPPoE mode), then the router is correctly set to DHCP. You can always try setting the router to PPPoE and the modem to bridged. For a couple of years, I also had my router and modem set to DHCP and PPPoE respectively, and it worked okay. Lately, I also have experienced frequent connection drops mostly in the evenings. I ...
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Created: Aug 30, 2011
aradley Created: Aug. 30, 2011
Here is my personal non-expert experience with what you are describing (FWIW, maybe nothing)... I, too, easily could connect my Linksys router to a TW cable modem but stayed up all the first night with my first AT&T DSL modem. I eventually found out that if the modem was configured to handle the PPP stuff and the router set to DHCP, then those two devices cannot have the ...
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Created: Aug 25, 2011
aradley Created: Aug. 25, 2011
Hello bridges151 and cb6614, I do not want to interfere. You two carry on, but I just wanted to add (FWIW, maybe nothing) that I, too, have a two-year-old 2210 that started disconnecting a lot in the last month or so. After the usual diagnostic things they do, I "allowed" AT&T tech support to sell me a Westell 6100 partly because I thought they might be right about the 22...
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