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Created: Jul 17, 2013
rpeirce Created: Jul. 17, 2013
Thanks again for your thoughtful responses.
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rpeirce Created: Jul. 16, 2013
Thank you for your quick rsponse. However, it would be difficult (but not impossible) to separate the IPTV traffic from other internet traffic because of the way my house is wired. My A/V racks are in a different room from the RG. Within the A/V area I have two STB's (for different rooms), two Apple TV's, an Apple Extreme, and a Sony PS3, all requiring an internet connect...
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rpeirce Created: Jul. 16, 2013
I have a 3801 HGV installed, but would like to take advantage of more advanced capabilities such as faster wireless speeds and faster switching and router speeds within my LAN. Is there a simple, problem-free way of disabling the RG's routing and wireless capabilities, and use it only as a modem, with more advanced equipment behind the modem? If so, what is the best 1+ GB...
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Created: Sep 29, 2012
rpeirce Created: Sep. 29, 2012
Thanks for the inforamtion and the simple solution.
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I have a 1GB LAN with several 1GB switches connected to devices capable of 1GB file transfers. Now that I have replaced my 1GB Netgear router with the U-verse 3801, will I still get 1GB speeds for LAN file transfers?
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