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Created: Sep 8, 2014
Mr. Aa Created: Sep. 8, 2014
The only problem is that the your line determines the maximum speed you can get, as AT&T utilizes copper wires (VDSL) with a normal max of ~25 Mbps per line. However in most newer installations they have pulled in two copper cables, so that they can bundle them up to around ~48 Mbps. Cable operators on the other hand utilizes COAX which can handle more bandwidth. So as. I ...
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Created: Apr 29, 2014
Mr. Aa Created: Apr. 29, 2014
I disagree, my UVerse TV is fed over the same VDSL(2) connection as my Internet and my line profile is capped at 25 Mbps, so for each HD channel I watch, which takes about 8 Mbps per stream it will definitely affect my Internet speed. However in this case, the issue was actually in the fact that UVerse uses multicast for their STB's, which, when on, bombards the network w...
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Created: Sep 24, 2013
Mr. Aa Created: Sep. 24, 2013
Thank you, And just so it's clear, which one is the UVerse RG device (the WiFi router or another one) and what does the RG stand for? I really do appreciate your help and support on this, you are awesome! You have brought me much closer to a solution than my encounter with UVerse tech support did the other day when I was on the phone with them for 1.5 hours.
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Created: Sep 23, 2013
Mr. Aa Created: Sep. 23, 2013
So just a quick question, how do I separate the multicast IPTV stream out from the rest of the Internet traffic? Interestingly enough it only seems to kill my ATT WiFi router And any device connected to it on WiFi, any connection on Ethernet cable doesn't seem to suffer.
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Created: Sep 23, 2013
Mr. Aa Created: Sep. 23, 2013
Yes this is exactly the way it is connected and how it was setup by the AT&T UVerse tech who came and installed it. Guess I'll give them a call to come have it fixed. Lars Buhl Aanestad RF Project Manager, LTE & WCDMA Ericsson Inc.
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Created: Sep 23, 2013
Mr. Aa Created: Sep. 23, 2013
I have the highest UVerse internet package available and normally see around 17 Mbps DL and 1.4 Mbps UL whe. The TV is off. As soon as the UVerse TV box is turned on this speed drops down to around 4 Mbps DL and in the 3 digit Kbps range for UL. At the same time my modems/routers light up as a Christmas tree when the TV box is on making pretty much any port light/blink li...
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