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Created: Nov 3, 2013
Optoguy Created: Nov. 3, 2013
I agree with the other posters. You have a noise issue. Your DSL circuit is basically a long long antenna from the pedestal to your home. It's picking up all kinds of junk and reflections along the way. You need to point that out to them. See also this post last week: AT&T UVerse and WiFi issues, tips, and solutions: http://forums.att.com/t5/Residential-Gateway/AT-amp-T-U...
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Created: Nov 1, 2013
Optoguy Created: Nov. 1, 2013
I am not an AT&T employee, stockholder, and never have been. But switching to Comcast because it's "faster" will not fix your WiFi problem. You have to use a WiFi radio with Comcast as well as AT&T. It may be a different box, but most likely it's your particular building, neighbors, the phase of the moon. Your signal may be interfering with the neighbor, all kinds of thin...
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Created: Oct 30, 2013
Optoguy Created: Oct. 30, 2013
If you are polite and prepared with the best facts to help solve the problem, I suspect that AT&T will waive the charge, or a lot of it. That was my experience. It's worth a try.
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Created: Oct 29, 2013
Optoguy Created: Oct. 29, 2013
Dear freeinet, Two things: 1. Check to be sure that there isn't something in your house or your neighborhood that is turning on at that time, and that it's just the VoIP, and not your Internet too. An electrical appliance could do it. Anything. The electrical noise might interrupt the circuit, but it should reboot by itself. 2. Are you familiar with the log? Check the sys...
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Created: Oct 28, 2013
Optoguy Created: Oct. 28, 2013
See my recent post on ATT Uverse and WiFi issues, tips, and solutions in this same topic category. Intermittent issues are hard to figure out, and you may have to learn to download and read UVRealtime and/or the router log. It may be your house wiring, your router, or the ATT lines. But you came to the right place.
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Created: Oct 28, 2013
Optoguy Created: Oct. 28, 2013
I don't know if anyone has pointed this out yet, but boosting the transmit signal doesn't boost your laptop signal when it sends a signal back to the wireless router. I think there is an unmerited emphasis on just boosting the signal, when you should be thinking of moving things around in your space to get the best coverage. Download inSSIDer to see the signal strength by...
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Created: Oct 28, 2013
Optoguy Created: Oct. 28, 2013
JefferMC, Thanks for the corrections. Yes, my own notes have your numbers too--I don't know why I wrote them wrong. It's pretty amazing that we can get a full HDTV channel with 6 Mbps. Maybe I didn't believe it myself. Optoguy
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Created: Oct 27, 2013
Optoguy Created: Oct. 27, 2013
I was mired in general AT&T UVerse issues, all over this Community Forum, and finally fixed it. So I thought I would share what I found and hope that you stumble on this posting. AT&T vs. Comcast AT&T delivers data over shielded twisted pair of copper wires. Comcast delivers it over coaxial cable. Coaxial cable has greater bandwidth * in theory * but that doesn’t mean you...
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