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Created: Jan 11, 2013
scuroangel Created: Jan. 11, 2013
Yep, that's what I was looking for. I guess they expect there little wireless APs for the STPs or coax to work for all the Boxes throughout someone's house. I'm surprised they don't have a better solution considering the little AP is rated for like 100ft and I don't find the RG very effective for range;, what's the point of the wireless STB then? Anyway thanks.
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Created: Jan 10, 2013
scuroangel Created: Jan. 10, 2013
Thank you to both of you for the help. The answer I was looking for was that the STB must be directly connected to the RG on a dedicated cat5 line. I think this is the reason why when I connect the STB to my wireless access (linksys) switch it prevents all other internet connections (when the STB is turned on). milbrnsurg: And I understand I can use WAN port on the linksy...
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Created: Jan 9, 2013
scuroangel Created: Jan. 9, 2013
Thank you for the response, and that is good to know. The thing is, even when I don't even have the AP (for the wireless box) powered on at all, and the wireless ATT box is hardwired to the linksys WAP swtich, it still kills the internet at the switch, both wired or wireless (TV works fine). Like I said, I don't know too much. But I just assumed the att box gets assigned ...
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Created: Jan 8, 2013
scuroangel Created: Jan. 8, 2013
Okay, so Ill start by saying hi, and this is my first time posting here. I'm not the most tech savy person around, but can sometimes figure things out, so any help is appreciated. My equipment: 1 3801 ATT router/modem 1 wired box 1 wireless box w/WAP for reception 1 linksys e1000 router Setup: I have set up the linkysys router so that it is hard wired to the the RG ATT ro...
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