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Created: Jan 26, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 26, 2013
I'm not sure of this stat "Output Power" I used the UV Realtime App and this stat shows in orange as if it isn't quite up to par. The 12.9 dBm is downstream and -11.5 dBm is upstream, I'm on internet only no voice no tv and 24/3 FTTN. If anyone can direct me to the description and range of this stat or some examples of it I'd appreciate it. Output Power 12.9 dBm -11.5 dBm...
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Created: Jan 23, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 23, 2013
I believe you would only use the supplemental network with static IP assignment. The difference in location is probably because I'm using the 3801HGV. I'm going on 2 days now of testing and decided a few hours ago to change my MX record and my mail is flowing perfectly. Since yours worked for so long it is very hard to recommend any changes. You could possibly try to get ...
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Created: Jan 23, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 23, 2013
You should be running Static IP with user defined supplimentary networks, located in Broadband > Status then scroll down after Internet Details it shows Public Networks and User Defined Supplemental Networks should be Status Enabled Router Address <Public IP of the router itself> then subnet mask. If you aren't configured like this then you are using the "sticky IP" which...
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Created: Jan 22, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 22, 2013
After finding out what I believe to be the solution to this issue it seems this resolution will apply to a very very limited number of people. First of all in a way I would have never found out about the issue without the RG being what it is, somehow the way it routes the packets affected my situation because it was not observed from any bridged router. After a lot of hou...
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Created: Jan 21, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 21, 2013
Using laptop as a physical NIC and I created a new VM of Win7 64bit install I was able to test the problem further. It is NOT present on the laptop as a static IP route 172.9.x.x and in the VM Win7 session with virtual nic and virtual mac the testing and trace routing are about the same. Still have a lot of * * * time outs though when going through the static IP DMZplus v...
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Created: Jan 20, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 20, 2013
I think I have resolved this issue with my Astaro in ESXi Vmware. I thought it was many things including virtual nics vswitch etc. Turns out the erratic speeds and pings and behavor stemmed from a packet filter rule on my internal interface to the outside. Instead of having the rule as Internal > any > Internet IPV4, I had and still was using a rule that was Internal > An...
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Created: Jan 19, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 19, 2013
Setup the 3801 exactly the same way it was connected to my laptop for testing. Experiencing the same issue as I did a year ago. My speedtests are erratic. All day yesterday I tested 22-23mbps all over with 2.8-2.9. Now I get 14mbps and 2.4mbps and the tests are erratic and often never the same even to the same servers. Just tested now and got 5.07mbps and 2.7mbps somethin...
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Created: Jan 18, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 18, 2013
Supervisor at AT&T helped me and configured the router for me and I took NOTES! He was able to assign my static IP so that my WAN NIC on my firewall has the same 172.9.x.x range it is not a private range. He reset to factory defaults then went to do the following: Broadband, Link Configuration, Supplementary Network >Enable>Router Address 172.9.x.x>Subnet 255.255.255.248>...
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Created: Jan 18, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 18, 2013
Just informed by AT&T that my Public IP block starts with 172.x.x.x although my router receives its DHCP address as a 108.x.x.x was told that I could not follow or use DMZPlus mode with a static IP address because that's how AT&T does things. Period end of story after over an hour of arguing. How am I supposed to setup a PTR record with 2 different networks? Ridiculous an...
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Created: Jan 18, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 18, 2013
decoff wrote: does this allow for the Airports 1000base/T (Gigabit) speeds ? Tech is telling me they cannot turn off NAT services and do not offer a dedicated Modem. I can at least help with this question. The 2wire 3801 has 10/100 ports, I'm going to assume the 3800 and 3600 are the same. Even if you had gigabit ports on it the internet isn't going to come in any faster ...
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Created: Jan 17, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 17, 2013
Astaro firewall management shows this for the interfaces. Eth0 being my LAN on 192.168.1.x and Eth1 is the WAN with the static IP, snm, gw Both seem to provide a different MAC address. As a side note I used to actually run all traffic LAN and WAN through a single VLAN NIC interface and some items such as my Bluray player, Samsung TV and other smaller devices had issues co...
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Created: Jan 17, 2013
Pentium Created: Jan. 17, 2013
One more most important question. If the DMZPlus mode "pass through" goes from the RG to my Firewall (WAN NIC) with a static public IP then how could there be any conflicting traffic if my network is 192.168.1.x and the RG LAN IP is 192.168.1.x? Since I would have nothing else connected to the RG and my Firewall's NIC would be processing the traffic with its own NAT how c...
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